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.
A glitch in Westpac's manual processing system has turned into a costly mistake – leaving them with the task of paying back over 40,000 homeowners. The processing error left the affected homeowners on interest-only loans after the term expired, when they should have...read more
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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