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Australia: Bully cops should remain on the force, NSW police watchdog finds - Sydney Criminal Lawyers

Mondaq Friday, 8 November 2019
Reports of NSW police officers acting as ‘a law unto themselves' and engaging in serious misconduct are increasing.
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