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Honda Just Gifted Australian Police A Honda Civic Type R

Honda has gifted the NSW Police force a Civic Type R, but it won't be catching criminals...
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Honda Just Gifted The Australian Police Force A Civic Type R

Honda has gifted the NSW Police force a Civic Type R, but it won't be catching criminals...
Tags: Autos, Honda, NSW Police, R. Honda


No jail for officer who said he wanted to rape Sarah Hanson-Young's relative

Sean Daniel Murphy fined $5,500 after pleading guilty to making remarks on call to Greens senator’s officeA Sydney police officer has been spared jail after he said he wanted to rape a Greens senator’s young relative during a “disgraceful” phone call.Sean Daniel Murphy, a senior constable with NSW Police, pleaded guilty to making the remarks during a brief call to Sarah Hanson-Young’s Adelaide office in July 2018. Continue reading...
Tags: Australia news, New South Wales, Sydney, Australian police and policing, Adelaide, Australian Greens, Crime - Australia, Greens, NSW Police, Sarah Hanson-Young, Sean Daniel Murphy


Sydney police officer threatend to rape Hanson-Young's relative, court told

Sean Daniel Murphy, 57, says he was drunk, but admits making abusive comments in call to senator’s officeA Sydney police officer said he wanted to rape a relative of Greens senator Sarah Hanson-Young during a threatening phone call made to her electorate office, court documents show.Sean Daniel Murphy, a senior constable with NSW Police, allegedly made the offensive remarks during a brief call to Senator Hanson-Young’s Adelaide office in July. Continue reading...
Tags: Australia news, Australian politics, Sydney, Australian police and policing, Adelaide, Australian Greens, Crime - Australia, NSW Police, Sarah Hanson-Young, Hanson Young, Sean Daniel Murphy


Man climbs Sydney Harbour Bridge sparking traffic chaos

Police launch major operation to talk man down after he climbed bridge at 4.30am A man has climbed on to Sydney Harbour Bridge sparking a major police operation and causing peak-hour traffic chaos on one of the major arteries into the city.Police rescue officers followed the man on to the structure but it was proving difficult reach him because he kept moving, a NSW Police spokeswoman said. Continue reading...
Tags: Australia news, New South Wales, Sydney, Australian police and policing, Sydney Harbour Bridge, NSW Police


Australian Gun Control Means No Self Defense with Firearms

Australian Gun Control Means No Self Defense with Firearms Arizona -(Ammoland.com)- David Dunstan, an Australian farmer who defended his family from an armed intruder, may have finally gotten his three guns back. His story illustrates much that is wrong with Australia's extreme gun laws.No one disputes the events that brought David Dunstan and his family to the attention of the authorities.David Dunstan lives on a rural property near Bungowannah, New South Wales. It is about 10 miles outside t...
Tags: England, Guns, Wales, Australia, Department Of Defense, David, Canada, Arizona, New South Wales, Andrea, Herald Sun, NSW Police, Albury, NSW Government, Weingarten, Gun Rights News


Couple rescued after yacht caught in treacherous seas off Australian coast – video

Irishman Nick Dwyer and Frenchwoman Barbara Heftman arrived safely in Sydney on Wednesday night after being rescued by NSW Police vessel Nemesis. The experienced sailors had been sailing from New Zealand to Australia in their 12-metre yacht as part of a 10-year circumnavigation. They activated the yacht’s emergency radio beacon after the yacht rolled during a heavy swell and high winds. Continue reading...
Tags: Australia, Sydney, New Zealand, NSW Police, Nick Dwyer, Barbara Heftman


Bowraville murders: Police commissioner makes application for a retrial

Andrew Scipione has sent a submission to the New South Wales attorney-general calling for a retrial of the murders of two of three Aboriginal children killed in the 1990sA man acquitted of murdering two of three Aboriginal children who went missing 26 years ago could face court again, with the NSW Police Commissioner making an application for a retrial.The children – four-year-old Evelyn Greenup and 16-year-olds Colleen Walker and Clinton Speedy-Duroux – disappeared from Bowraville on the NSW mi...
Tags: Australia news, New South Wales, Indigenous Australians, Crime - Australia, NSW Police, Andrew Scipione


Call to reinstate Facebook page supporting police with mental illness

Forgotten 300 was taken down in mid-March after NSW Police complaints that some of its content constituted bullyingNSW Police is being urged to withdraw its complaint against a Facebook page set up to support past and present officers struggling with mental illness. Related: 'I'd just burst into tears': the emergency workers dealing with PTSD Continue reading...
Tags: Facebook, Social Networking, Society, Australia news, Mental Health, Australian police and policing, NSW Police


Facebook: NSW police urged to drop complaint against site supporting mentally ill officers

Forgotten 300 was taken down in mid-March after NSW Police complaints that some of its content constituted bullyingNSW Police is being urged to withdraw its complaint against a Facebook page set up to support past and present officers struggling with mental illness. Related: 'I'd just burst into tears': the emergency workers dealing with PTSD Continue reading...
Tags: Facebook, Social Networking, Society, Australia news, Mental Health, Australian police and policing, NSW Police


Man bashed in Waterloo 'for being queer', one of two suspected gay bashings in Sydney

Detectives are investigating two suspected gay bashings in inner Sydney over the weekend, prompting a warning from police less than a fortnight before the annual Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardis Gras Parade. The NSW Police spokesman on Sexuality and Gender Diversity, Superintendent Tony Crandell, said the occurrence of two "bias-related assaults" over one weekend was uncommon, and was of concern to police.
Tags: Sydney, Waterloo, NSW Police, Tony Crandell


Police praise A-League fans for general good behaviour during Sydney derby

Seven arrests and 40 ejections from sold-out crowd at Allianz StadiumPolice pleased no flares were brought to match which ended 1-1There were seven arrests and 40 ejections, but NSW Police have praised A-League fans for their overall good behaviour at a flare-free Sydney derby.More than 200 officers and extra specialist units patrolled Allianz Stadium on Saturday night, in a bid to prevent the trouble that has marred matches in Melbourne for two weeks running. Continue reading...
Tags: Football, Sport, Australia news, Australia sport, Sydney, Melbourne, A-League, Western Sydney Wanderers, Sydney FC, Allianz Stadium, Allianz, NSW Police


US foundation embroiled in bank IT bribe claims seeks fresh start

A US not-for-profit that was linked to bribery allegations involving former Commonwealth Bank of Australia IT executives has sought a fresh start, ditching its previous name and online presence. The Ace Foundation is a not-for-profit corporation that NSW Police have alleged was used to channel kickbacks to former CBA executives, Jon Waldron and Keith Hunter, who are accused of accepting money in return for awarding contracts to US software company ServiceMesh.
Tags: US, CBA, Commonwealth Bank of Australia, NSW Police, Ace Foundation, Jon Waldron, Keith Hunter


Sydney Schools Lockdown: Police Operations Underway As Precaution Following ‘Numerous Threats’

Police operations are underway at several schools in Sydney as a precaution following “numerous threats,” the New South Wales Police announced Monday. According to reports, two schools have been put in lockdown. “Police are warning that making threats is a serious criminal offence and every effort will be made to identify the person or persons responsible,” the NSW Police said in a statement.
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Operation Appleby: NSW Police arrest two men as part of investigation into terrorism plots

NSW Police arrest two men in Sydney's west as part of the ongoing Operation Appleby investigation into terrorism plots on home soil. Courtesy ABC News 24. Two men have been arrested in Sydney's west as part of an alleged plot to attack police buildings in Sydney and an inner-city naval base.
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Hunt for sister of teenage terrorist

The teenager behind the deadly attack on the NSW Police headquarters has been hailed as a "knight" of the Islamic State by supporters of the terrorist group as authorities scramble to track the movements of his sister. Federal and state police are understood to be investigating whether Farhad Khalil Mohammad Jabar's elder sister, in her 20s, has travelled to either Syria or Iraq, after leaving Australia the day before the attack in western Sydney, and if Jabar had links with British extremists.
Tags: Australia, Iraq, Syria, Sydney, NSW Police, Farhad Khalil Mohammad Jabar, Jabar


Sydney siege: five hostages now free from Martin Place cafe as standoff approaches its 11th hour – live

Staff and customers emerge from a cafe in Sydney’s CBD where at least one armed gunman took ‘fewer than 30’ people hostage on Monday morning. The cafe remains surrounded by heavily armed police. Some inside the cafe were apparently forced to stand at the cafe’s windows holding up a flag bearing what appears to be the Islamic creed• Hostages emerge from Martin Place cafe• Central Sydney evacuated as police converge on Martin Place – in pictures• Police arrest suspect over alleged terrorism offenc...
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Sydney siege: five hostages now free from Martin Place cafe – live

Staff and customers emerge from a cafe in Sydney’s CBD where at least one armed gunman took ‘fewer than 30’ people hostage on Monday morning. The cafe remains surrounded by heavily armed police. Some inside the cafe were apparently forced to stand at the cafe’s windows holding up a flag bearing what appears to be the Islamic creed• Hostages emerge from Martin Place cafe• Central Sydney evacuated as police converge on Martin Place – in pictures• Police arrest suspect over alleged terrorism offenc...
Tags: New York, Australia, White House, Islamic State, Barack Obama, Australia news, Syria, Bbc, Canada, Tony Abbott, Queensland, New South Wales, Sydney, Australian police and policing, New Zealand, Brisbane