NSW ICAC Commissioner to resign

NSW ICAC Commissioner to resign

The head of the New South Wales Independent Commission Against Corruption, David Ipp, will retire from the position early next year.

Commissioner Ipp has recently presided over a number of high profile inquires, in to the conduct of former Labor government ministers Ian MacDonald, Eddie Obeid and Eric Roozandaal. 

Premier Barry O’Farrell has confirmed the departure, paying tribute to his work.

Premier O’Farrell is proposing the appointment of Supreme Court Judge Megan Latham, as Commissioner Ipp’s replacement.

Mr O’Farrellsays Ms Latham is highly respected across the legal community, with exensive experience in both public and criminal law.

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