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Exposing the Cost of NSW Police Misconduct: An Interview With David Shoebridge

by Paul Gregoire
NSW Greens MLC David Shoebridge moved a motion in state parliament on 5 August, calling on the Department of Communities and Justice to release the figures relating to civil actions brought against the NSW Police Force over incidents of misconduct....

Maccas Sues Former CEO Over Alleged Sexual Relationships with Employees

by Sonia Hickey
Eyebrows were raised late last year when Maccas fired it’s United States CEO Steve Easterbrook for having a consensual sexual relationship with an employee, despite the fact it was in breach of the company’s policy. Now, the fast-food chain has...

COVID-19: The Inadvertent Champion of the Police State

by Paul Gregoire
The first wave of COVID-19 brought enhanced powers for the NSW Police Force. And with the provisions of the Public Health Act 2010 (NSW) that came into play, along with their accompanying public health orders, officers responsible for keeping people...

Three Charged Over Alleged COVID-19 Superannuation Scam

by Sonia Hickey & Ugur Nedim
Three women from Queensland have been charged after allegedly attempting to access other people’s superannuation. Police allege the women submitted false claims to gain early access to other people’s superannuation, and charged them with a range of offences including: Conspiring...

Sydney Criminal Lawyers® Weekly Rundown – Articles from 3 to 9 August 2020

by Sydney Criminal Lawyers
In case you’ve missed any of them, here’s a rundown of the past week’s articles: Police Officer Who Endangered Domestic Violence Victim Appeals Sentence The officer who received a suspended sentence after illegally accessing a police database and leaking the...

Dutton Vows to Punish Asylum Seekers, By Reopening Christmas Island

by Paul Gregoire
Dutton is yet again gunning to punish. And as the international borders are shut due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the home affairs minister hasn’t been able to wield his fist in the air of late, as he orders the deportation...

The State Government’s ‘Future Crime’ Regimes Significantly Increase Police Powers

by Paul Gregoire
March through to May 2016 was a bumper time for the NSW Police Force, as the Baird government gifted it with four new criminal law regimes that enhanced its powers to pre-emptively deal with any perceived future social order threats....

NSW Police Officers Charged with Sexually Assaulting and Filming Schoolgirl

by Sonia Hickey & Ugur Nedim
They take an oath to uphold the law and protect the community; a community that pays over $3 billion every year in New South Wales alone for their service. But, there are dozens of examples of police officers who have...

The Rise of Mick Fuller and the Threat to Civil Liberties

by Paul Gregoire
The public persona of current NSW police commissioner Mick Fuller has risen in prominence of late, to the point where he’s become a household name, in a way that previous public servants that have held that position haven’t been. Recent...

The Impact of COVID-19 on Mental Health

by Sonia Hickey
We’ve heard about the anti-maskers threatening retail workers and about the woman who assaulted a police officer. We read about people lying to police to get across interstate borders and about the people who’ve tested positive to Covid-19 flouting social...
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