Taskforce Integrity rolls out around country

Many Centrelink recipients have received letters from the Department of Human Services and the Australian Federal Police, warning them that they could be investigated for overpayments.

The letters have drawn controversy due to their aggressive wording, the use of the AFP logo and the fact that the letters are being sent so close to Christmas.

So are these letters necessarily stern or unfairly aggressive?

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– Charmaine Crowe, Senior Policy and Advocacy Officer from the Australian Council on Social Service

Image: ‘THIS MONTH’S IMAGE MAKERS: Centrelink’s rebranding has helped them capture a 100% market share.’ by David Jackmanson on Flick

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