NAfter the incident at the Saxon Police College in Rothenburg (Gorlitz region), former principal Harald Kogel (58) was replaced. He moves on to the Saxon Department of Home Affairs as announced by the Interior Ministry on Thursday. From November 15, Thomas Boltz will temporarily lead the school. A 57-year-old attorney also has experience in education and training.
Boltz, the university's president, must support a committee of experts established by ministry, Roland Wöller (CDU), Saxony Interior Minister. The panel is to investigate fraud charges at school. The report will be submitted in the spring of 2019.
Criminal investigations have begun to college staff on suspicion of manipulation. In addition, disciplinary action is underway for suspended management.
When students entrusted the lecturer, they were accused of fraud. They announced that the government parliament allowed photography on their mobile phones. Then, about 170 students should have been available in the Drop Drop Box on the Internet.
Sixteen candidates were not elected to the committee in the previous year because they were deceived by the exam. According to the university, the test committee canceled the performance test. He must repeat.