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Last updated on August 9th, 2017 at 03:41 pm

Are you a keen young reporter for Melbourne’s Age or Herald Sun? If so, you might find a story in this:

I am a public servant for the state of Vic. I work in the area of ‘Child protection’, that is, with a population of very troubled and vulnerable families.

I have pretty solid information that Mssrs Bracks & co. are neglecting their duty in this area. They have slashed the budget of an already under-funded organisation. Now, I have been a labour voter all my life, and will never vote ‘liberal’ but …

1. Should I ‘leak’ materials to the media, in an attempt to have the problems facing the underprivileged addressed.

2. If so, what is the best way to leak materials to the media? The situation is really appalling. If you want an example, the Department of Human Services have a KPI (wank speak for key performance indicator) that 75% of all cases of child abuse be closed without investigation. This is an absolute fact.

In short, should I leak, and how do I? If I’m caught, I will lose my job.

Consider it leaked, Anonymous Public Servant Person. Interesting priorities you’ve got, by the way:

I am torn – do I rat on the party I vote for, knowing it will hurt them, or do I keep my mouth shut?

That depends. Are you employed to protect children or the Labor party?

Posted by Tim B. on 03/01/2006 at 10:19 PM
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