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Sarah Jane Chisholm Rogers, 24, pleaded guilty in February to revealing to Ronan Quaedvlieg (pictured together) that she had been summoned to a secret federal integrity investigation and then misled that investigation

The 24-year-old girlfriend of the former Border Force boss avoids imprisonment after admitting that she had been summoned to appear for a secret investigation into corruption

  • Sarah Jane Chisholm Rogers admitted that they violate laws in investigating corruption
  • She told boyfriend, former Border Force boss Roman Quaedvlieg, about research
  • Rogers sentenced to intensive corrections, including services to the community
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The partner of former Australian Border Force boss Roman Quaedvlieg avoided the prison sentence after being found guilty of violating two laws in a corruption investigation.

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Sarah Jane Chisholm Rogers, 24, in February pleaded guilty to revealing to Mr. Quaedvlieg that she had been summoned to a secret federal integrity investigation and then misled that investigation.

The magistrate of Sydney, Jennifer Atkinson, sentenced Rogers on Monday to seven months in prison for each violation, which had to be served simultaneously with an intensive correction order with 100 hours of community service.

Sarah Jane Chisholm Rogers, 24, pleaded guilty in February to revealing to Ronan Quaedvlieg (pictured together) that she had been summoned to a secret federal integrity investigation and then misled that investigation

Sarah Jane Chisholm Rogers, 24, pleaded guilty in February to revealing to Ronan Quaedvlieg (pictured together) that she had been summoned to a secret federal integrity investigation and then misled that investigation

The partner (center) of the former Australian border force boss Roman Quaedvlieg (right) has avoided jail time after being found guilty of violating two laws in a corruption investigation

The partner (center) of the former Australian border force boss Roman Quaedvlieg (right) has avoided jail time after being found guilty of violating two laws in a corruption investigation

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The partner (center) of the former Australian border force boss Roman Quaedvlieg (right) has avoided jail time after being found guilty of violating two laws in a corruption investigation

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