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Youth Justice: Back payment of penalties following completion of investigation process

Did you know you may be entitled to back payment of unpaid penalties for the full period you were under investigation, if you have been cleared (exonerated) of allegations of misconduct following the completion of the process?

Following enquiries by the PSA, DCJ CaPS have confirmed to YJNSW and the PSA, that members may be entitled to the back payment of averaged unpaid penalties for the full period whilst they were suspended with pay in a misconduct disciplinary process.

What to do to claim your penalties?

Members need to request payment of unpaid penalties by providing notice of your disciplinary outcome, together with the total claimable by email to your Centre Manager, Community Office Manager or Office Manager.

Members are encouraged to either contact the PSA for individual assistance via the PSA Member Support Centre on 1300 772 679, or contact PSA Organiser, Latu Sailosi E: if you are experiencing difficulties concerning back payment of owed penalties.

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