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This was after she had been introduced by Senior Police Officer Lola Scott to David Harold McGinlay an Officer from the NSW Police Royal Commission in.


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Chief Superintendent Lola Scott appointed Commander, Internal Affairs Branch. 1, women in the NSW Police Force, representing % of police strength.


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Ms Scott admitted she had been criticised for her management style. It was a vicious witchhunt, cries Scott. These allegations were examined exhaustively by the NSW police royal commission more than five years ago, with no finding against Ms Scott. License this article.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} But advisers denied Ms Scott, 50, a police officer for 30 years and Assistant Commissioner for two, was a political scapegoat sacrificed to placate media interests, a disturbing echo from the resignation of the former police commissioner, Peter Ryan, seven months ago. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}A distressed Lola Scott expressed outrage and bewilderment last night at her shock sacking as Assistant Police Commissioner, claiming: "It's been a witchhunt. The Sydney Morning Herald. She asked "could I have somebody there But she said the three men walked out, leaving her alone in the office, "looking for a phone to ring someone, to get somebody to come". Deputy Commissioner Dave Madden and a legal officer were also there. The official silence on the reasons for her sacking drew protests, but Mr Moroney and the Police Minister, Michael Costa, refused any comment. The dismissal of Ms Scott, in charge of strategic planning and the highest ranked woman, resulted from Operation Retz, a two-year investigation into her management practices by Internal Affairs, which she once commanded. Old allegations against Ms Scott resurfaced on Jones's morning program yesterday in an interview with the federal Liberal MP Bronwyn Bishop, who alleged the ALP had silenced a parliamentary committee that was to hear police "whistleblowers" in Sydney last Friday. Ms Scott said she was expecting to brief Mr Moroney on her return to duties when she walked into his office at 9am on Monday. Ms Scott said she protested that "there is nothing that I have done that is corrupt, that warranted me being sacked". A spokeswoman for Mr Moroney said the Commissioner implemented the recommendations of a review panel. In an extraordinary session at Ms Bishop yesterday released the document, in which former detective senior constable Glen McNamara accused Ms Scott of protecting a corrupt detective, former sergeant Larry Churchill, later jailed, and a convicted pedophile, Robert "Dolly" Dunn. The Premier said the decision was made by the Commissioner and that the Government was not in a position to demand an explanation. Peter Ryan described her summary dismissal as harsh, while the Police Association's president, Ian Ball, called for the enabling legislation to be repealed before a corrupt or incompetent police administration used it to protect itself. Immediately, Mr Moroney read a one-paragraph statement that empowered him to remove her from office "for any or no reason and without notice" under the controversial Section 51 of the Senior Executive Act.