Kirsten Dyrman was an expensive lady, while she was head of the fraud squad in 267 days. In the short time she was paid nights for a total of 245.000 dkk. in Copenhagen, denmark.
This shows an access of the director of public Prosecutions, where it is also shown that the 58-year-old Kirsten Dyrman got paid shuttle service between the work and the place of residence in denmark for a total of 90,000 crowns.
- It is not good use of tax dollars, but it need not be a professor to figure it out, says the professor of economics and management Anders Drejer.
Kirsten Dyrman was a public prosecutor in Viborg, when she on short notice 5. september was chefvikar in the fraud squad - officially the public Prosecutor for Special Economic and International Crime, SØIK.
The then head of the fraud squad, Morten Jakobsen, was suspected of breaking his secrecy and was suddenly relieved of service. The case against him was later dropped.
the Professor calls the contract with Kirsten Dyrman for the 'slightly unusual', but there is contractual freedom under Danish law, he points out.
- In the concrete case, one may well argue that if you want to have a person from Aalborg to start with the same, then you have to pay for this, until he moves or stops, explains Anders Case.
Kirsten Dyrman was on a mission every day at work, and she broke the rule for a maximum of 1000 dollars on a accommodation. Photo: attorney general
First lived Kirsten Dyrman at the Hotel Scandic Falconer in Frederiksberg in a month, for a total cost to the taxpayer of 25.600 kr. It happened after the agreement with the ministry of Justice, according to the attorney general.
Then took it public a luxury apartment in Copenhagen to 984 kr. on the day of the vikarierende chief in the fraud squad.
Kirsten Dyrman Nielsen left the fraud squad to become police commissioner in Aarhus in the end of may 2020. Then have the chief prosecutor, Per Fiig served as head of the fraud squad, where he has been employed since may 2018.
Neither Kirsten Dyrman or justice minister Nick Hækkerup (S) want to put up for interview or to answer questions in writing.
74.000 dkk. for missions
The exciting work, the salary, the pension and the paid shuttle service was not enough. Kirsten Dyrman also got paid expenses for meals and småfornødenheder, when she was in Copenhagen.
that's because every day away from home included as a mission in the public systems.
the hours with your head on the pillow in the luxury apartment spoke with, so Kirsten Dyrman got about 440 dollars a day, when she was in Copenhagen.
most weeks got chefvikaren therefore, about 2000 crowns paid in addition to wages, shows a access of the attorney general.
Total running costs for Kirsten Dyrmands missions in order to go to work up in about 74.000 pounds in 267 days.Show more Close Rigsadvokat: Longer period of time than expected
the Responsibility for the appointment of Kirsten Dyrman, and her terms must be placed with the attorney general, as head of the prosecution 'of criminal, administrative and development'.
Here is rigsadvokat Jan Reckendorff boss, but he does not want to put up for interview.
instead informs he in a written opinion, that 'it is with a very short deadline was necessary to put an experienced leader in the forefront of SØIK' in september 2019.
'Fortunately, there was then a public prosecutor in Viborg Kirsten Dyrman Nielsen willing to undertake the task with very short notice,' writes Jan Reckendorff.
'the Period was longer than what both Kirsten Dyrman Nielsen and I had expected, but I'm glad that Kirsten took on the task,' says.
the Extra Leaf has therefore not had the opportunity to inquire into the reasonableness of the chefvikarens terms or the other - and cheaper - solutions.