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This is the problem with the public sector (if this is true), you just have to rattle their cage and they crumble. In the private sector there is more at stake, you have to say 'bring it on' (eg any false accusations) so precedents are not set. I think the problem is they are left alone if there is nothing to note going on, attention is always negative, whereas they should be continuously reporting to someone and being supported by them.

I don't really blame any individuals for being corrupt or crumbling under pressure, possibly any of us might do the same thing in the same environment. It is just the concept of assumed trust forever is wrong, everyone is corruptible or can make a mistake. This assumption is the big difference between public and private.

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