Conflict Between Queensland Police Union and Police Commissioner

Police Commissioner Ian Stewart has made a public pitch to stay in the top job in a move that drew strong criticism from the Police Union.

Union president Ian Leavers last night said the past three years had been a “tumultuous time for all police in Queensland”.

“I found it extraordinary that a Commissioner of Police would go on television to publicly beg to keep his job,” he said.

Mr Stewart’s future has been under a cloud after criticism from Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk that the service rushed the decision to close the Ipswich communications centre.


Read more in The Courier Mail.

Source: www.couriermail.com.au

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