The NSW police watchdog says it considered having a local public hearing into the violent arrest of a naked 16-year-old in the Shire, but decided not to because of 'staffing, security and availability of premises'.
The NSW police watchdog will hold a public hearing next week to determine whether or not the officers who forcefully arrested a naked, 16-year-old youth in Byron earlier this year engaged in 'serious misconduct'.
SYDNEY [AAP] The NSW government has pledged to introduce strengthened shoot-to-kill legislation for terrorism incidents in accordance with recommendations from the Lindt Cafe coronial report. The long-running probe into the 2014 siege heard snipers hesitated when they thought they had... Read More →
The Baird Government last night passed legislation that allows punishment to be imposed without charge, trial or conviction, the Greens have said.