Strip searched so police can meet quotas?
Oppressive police powers like move-on directions and invasive searches should not be the subject of random “KPIs” or targets. It’s unethical, erodes trust in police – and is probably illegal.
No claim is too big nor too small for David Marocchi, especially against corporate giants, such as insurance companies, infamously known for their brutal handling of claims and cases.David tells us how he takes on any case and what employees and their employers alike,...read more
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Attalla v State of NSW was decided in favour of Mr Attella, with Judge Taylor stating that, "The state's concession in relation to the strip-search illustrates that the police officers have used a most invasive power without the slightest justification."The 2015...read more
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