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Glenn Inquiry Changes and Updates

July 19, 2013 at 11:56 AM

The Glenn Inquiry is morphing into a much smaller team of technical advisor of experts in place of the original 38-strong think-tank. Sir Owen's role in the Inquiry remains in a cloud and half the original $2.8million funding is reportedly exhausted.

It is uncertain if Sir Owen will implement any recommendation of the Henare-Workman report reviewing the safety of evidence gathering procedures and the security of information already gathered.

The Executive Summary of the report was released last week by Heather Henare Chief Executive of Women's Refuge and Kim Workman, Founder and Strategic Adviser Rethinking Crime and Punishment

Read the full summary here.

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