Institutionschef Michael Fønss Gjørup from Storstrøm Prison, is temporarily exempt from service because of possible irregularities in the Prison procurement practices, inform the Probation.
Probation and the bath in the spring by the audit firm BDO to investigate the Prison procurement practices as well as the possible personal relations between the employees in the Probation and a concrete supplier.
the Investigation is not finished, but preliminary studies have raised concern about possible irregularities.
'In this context, it yesterday decided to exempt the director general of Storstrøm in Prison for the service, while the police and the prison studies of the case-going,' writes Probation in a press release Friday.
the Case goes back to the fall of 2018, when the prison and Probation service and the ministry of Justice launched an audit examination of the tendering and procurement practices on the fuse rating.
It came to pass, after the Probation the same autumn had cancelled a major public offer of the sikringstekniske area, as a possible has complained that the rules were not complied with.
the Complainant further submitted that the Prison's past procurement practices and possible personal relationships between employees in forsorgen and a concrete supplier of security systems and installations should be explored.
In the spring was HOME and then asked to make an external audit of the Probation, and it is the preliminary results of the audit, as of Thursday, meant that Michael Fønss Gjørup was exempted from service, while the police and Prison investigations are on.
the Case is just the latest in a long series of cases of irregularities or bipartisan in the public systems.
Recently, it came on Thursday that the ministry of Defence Auditørkorps has indicted former chief of army staff Hans-Christian Mathiesen, who are accused of having promoted his wife's career by the abuse of power.
/ritzau/Updated Date: 20 December 2019, 17:00