In case you’ve missed any of them, here’s a rundown of the past week’s articles:
When Can Police Search You Without a Warrant in NSW?
A summary of the rules relating to warrantless searches, and the do’s and don’ts.
NSW Police to Crackdown on House Parties
Australian Police Officers Continue Signalling Their White Supremacist Allegiance
A Queensland police officer is under internal investigation after images emerged of him wearing a patch that has evolved to symbolise white supremacist ideology.
Victoria Police Ramps Up Offensive Against Protests
Disturbing footage of masses of heavily-armed police officers descending on masked protesters who are chanting ‘freedom’ and ‘love and peace’ raises concerns that Victoria has degenerated into a police state.
Victoria Police Brutalise Citizens by Cover of COVID
Victorian police officers are routinely using excessive force against members of the public, often over relatively minor allegations.
Millions in Misconduct Payments: Shoebridge on the Paramilitary NSW Police Force
The Law, Defences and Penalties for Carjacking in New South Wales
Police Slam Man’s Head into Counter then Charge Him with Assault
The Law, Defences and Penalties for Stealing from a Person in NSW
Government Ignores Revered Report on Reducing First Nations Incarceration
Don’t Bring the Drug Dogs Back: An Interview With Sniff Off’s Xiaoran Shi
NSW Police Bust Up Legal Campus Protests: An Interview With Student Activist Kelton Muir
Journalists Can’t Be Forced to Reveal Their Sources, or Can They?
Can I Secretly Record a Conversation in New South Wales?
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