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On Monday, August 1, Team World Rugby announced the appointment of an Independent Ethics Officer. This person will be responsible, in particular, for verifying the eligibility of persons assigned to World Rugby. He must also note any possible violation of the Integrity Act, which must govern the various actions of the various members of the international organization.
The position will be filled by New Zealander Neil Hallett, a former member of the New Zealand Police. “Neil has extensive experience in investigations and ethics in both the public and private sectors. He has conducted investigations in various sports, while supporting the intelligence services in organizing major tournaments, thus contributing to the safety of teams and supporters”world rugby team president Bill Beaumont said.
As part of the introduction of the new Integrity Code, World Rugby has announced the appointment of an Independent Ethics Officer.
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