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How Can I Take Action Against Police in New South Wales?

Victims of police brutality and other forms of misconduct can make a formal online complaint to the Law Enforcement Conduct Commission which has the power to investigate the actions of police officers in New South Wales and make recommendations to prosecutorial bodies for disciplinary action, although it does not have the power to discipline or prosecute officers itself.

Victims may also consider civil proceedings against the New South Wales Police Force for intentional torts committed by members of the force, such as assaults, false imprisonment and malicious prosecution.

Private criminal prosecutions are also an option where prosecuting bodies such as the police force or DPP refuse to take action despite there being evidence to establish a criminal offence beyond a reasonable doubt.

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