Suspected Misconduct by Julie Drummond

Phillip Sweeney made this Freedom of Information request to Australian Federal Police

The request was refused by Australian Federal Police.

From: Phillip Sweeney

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Dear Australian Federal Police,

In 2016 information was provided to the Australian Federal Police about a "Serous Financial Crime".

Julie Drummond was the AFP representative on the 'Serious Financial Crime Taskforce' at the time.

Since 2016 further evidence has come to hand that might confirm that Julie Drummond failed to exhibit the professionalism expected of a senior member of the Australian Federal Police.

The document I am seeking is a copy of a letter dated 22 August 2016 { AFP Ref: PROMIS[Phone Number Automatically Hidden]) from Julie Drummond to Phillip Sweeney.

Yours faithfully,

Phillip Sweeney

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Dear Mr Sweeney,

               

YOUR FREEDOM OF INFORMATION REQUEST

 

I refer to your application dated 10 August 2020 in which you seek access
to documents under the Freedom of Information Act 1982 (the Act) as
follows:

 

Phillip Sweeney

Requesting letter dated 22 August 2016 (AFP ref:  PROMIS 5981669) from
Julie Drummond to Phillip Sweeney.

 

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