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The Federal Opposition has asked the Australian Federal Police (AFP) to investigate allegations the Government offered Human Rights Commission (HRC) president Gillian Triggs an inducement to resign.

The Opposition said the offer of another government position to Commissioner Triggs by the secretary of Attorney-General George Brandis's department could constitute corrupt and unlawful conduct.

Shadow attorney-general Mark Dreyfus wrote to the AFP Commissioner seeking an immediate investigation and possible prosecution regarding the conduct of Senator Brandis.

"The Attorney-General's offer to an independent statutory officer of an inducement to resign her position as president, with the object of affecting the leadership of the AHRC to avoid political damage to the Abbott Government may constitute corrupt and unlawful conduct," he wrote.

"Professor Triggs said there was 'no doubt in her mind' that the request to resign and the offer of further work were 'very clearly linked'.

"I request this matter be investigated by the Australian Federal Police as a priority."

Tensions between the Government and the HRC have been on display recently, with Prime Minister Tony Abbott saying the commission's damning report into children in detention was "a blatantly partisan, politicised exercise".

Professor Triggs revealed on Tuesday during a Senate estimates hearing that Senator Brandis's department asked her to resign during a meeting on February 3.

According to Mr Dreyfus's letter, the Attorney-General's department secretary, Chris Moraitis, did not offer a reason as to why the resignation was requested.

"Professor Triggs drew her 'own conclusions' that it was because the Prime Minister was unhappy with the AHRC's report The Forgotten Children: National Inquiry into Children in Immigration Detention," he wrote.


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