|| By FITSNEWS || An internal investigation into allegations of “embezzlement, mismanagement of funds and (possible) destruction of property” is reportedly underway at a nonprofit which receives a steady stream of funding from South Carolina’s court system.
The Palmetto State chapter of the National Safety Council – a nonprofit whose mission is to prevent “injuries and deaths at work, in homes and communities, and on the road” – has reportedly placed a top staffer on administrative leave pending the outcome of the investigation.
FITS received an initial tip on problems at the S.C. Safety Council several weeks ago, but we were only recently able to independently confirm the investigation.
How much missing money are we talking about? Which funds were mismanaged? What property was destroyed?
It’s not immediately clear, although we’ve reached out to our network of sources in an effort to obtain more information …
The S.C. Safety Council gets a cut of the fees associated with defendants who apply for pre-trial intervention (PTI).
You know, like this guy …