Appears that poor public policy has one major scape …

Comment on New broom in youth justice training: Tasker no longer in job by Scarlett Grant.

Appears that poor public policy has one major scape goat here. Disappointed that there are still no admissions of government (past and present) that they have a culpability for all involved employees and detainees. Disgusting that whilst Mr Tasker is at the Royal Commission, Dale Wakefield uses this as a media opportunity with Corrections to unveil overdue changes to detention whilst informing the media that Mr Tasker is not employed as he believed the case to be. Appears in reality that nothing has changed apart from spin doctors who at least know their employ is subject to the electoral cycle.

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