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In a special report tabled in Parliament today, the Acting NSW Ombudsman has recommended measures to ensure that Government’s efforts to foster economic development for Aboriginal people in NSW are successful.
Increasing the economic prosperity of Aboriginal people is critical to improving social outcomes...
New consorting provisions came into effect in New South Wales on 9 April 2012 and are set out in the Crimes Act 1900 in Division 7, Part 3A. It is now an indictable offence punishable by up to 3 years imprisonment and/or a $16,500 fine...
This review examines whether new laws in New South Wales allow police to verify identification with appropriate regard to issues such as religious sensitivities.
On 18 March 2012, Mr Roberto Laudisio-Curti died after being pursued and restrained by up to eleven NSW police officers. The NSW Police conducted an investigation into the matter, which the Ombudsman monitored.
This report details how police investigated the death of Mr Roberto...