Prison exit costs $260,000

Written By Unknown on Selasa, 09 April 2013 | 19.55

THE premature departure of prison boss Barry Greenberry will cost Tasmanian taxpayers about $260,000.

Corrections Minister Nick McKim has told State Parliament that Mr Greenberry was paid out 14 months of his salary as part of a workers compensation claim.

The Government has also paid Mr Greenberry $15,000 to cover return travel to the United Kingdom and $5000 for legal costs.

The Mercury revealed earlier this month that Mr Greenberry, who was headhunted from the UK to help turn around operations at Risdon Prison, was leaving the job just over a year into his five-year contract.

Prison Advisory Service co-convenor and Mercury columnist Greg Barns has described the move as a "tragic loss to prison reform".

Mr Greenberry's resume includes the establishment of a prison on the Isle of Wight, housing 1700 inmates and employing 900 staff members.

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