Women unfairly hired to meet Queensland police gender targets, corruption watchdog finds | ABC News

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    The Queensland Police Service (QPS) engaged in “corrupt manipulation” and “discriminatory” practices to achieve a 50 per cent female hiring target, an investigation by the state’s anti-corruption watchdog has found.

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