The Royal Commission into the Management of Police Informants delivered its progress report to the Governor of Victoria on Monday 1 July 2019.
The Commission’s progress report focuses on the work undertaken since the Commission’s establishment and the further work to come.
The report begins by outlining key events that led to the establishment of the Commission, including relevant reviews and court proceedings. It then sets out the Commission’s work to 19 June 2019 and how it intends to approach its terms of reference.
The report does not present findings about cases that may have been affected, the conduct of Ms Gobbo or Victoria Police, or other matters arising from the terms of reference.
The Commission will obtain further evidence, thoroughly review the material gathered and develop findings before delivering its final report and recommendations on or before 1 July 2020.
VIEW PROGRESS REPORT