Final Report for the Royal Commission into the Management of Police Informants

The Royal Commission into the Management of Police Informants (the Royal Commission) has recently published its Final Report on Victoria Police’s use of Nicola Gobbo as a police informant. The Final Report explains the findings, report and recommendations that the Royal Commission has provided to various agencies across government, the justice system and legal sector. 

We provided editorial services to help the Royal Commission deliver its Final Report last month. 

The process included several editorial passes, such as a separate:

  • structural edit
  • copy edit
  • proofread.

The process required a lot of flexibility and adaptability as the Royal Commission was still finalising certain parts of the Commission process as we were completing our edit. The Commissioners were open to our suggestions and considerate of our editorial perspective and feedback. The Royal Commission was satisfied and responded positively to our editorial work upon delivery of the Final Report.

You can read the Final Report on the Royal Commission’s website.

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