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From 1 July the Law Enforcement Conduct Commission, or LECC, will have responsibility for oversighting police
From 1 July the Law Enforcement Conduct Commission, or LECC, will have responsibility for oversighting police. Any police complaints on hand will be transferred to the LECC under the new oversight arrangements. All inquiries should be referred to LECC.Learn more
The Acting Ombudsman, Professor John McMillan, has released his report on reviewable deaths of children in 2014 and 2015, and a commissioned research paper Reporting of Fatal Neglect in NSW. Read his media release.Learn more
The Acting Ombudsman, Professor John McMillan, has completed his review of police compliance with a statutory requirement to provide their name and place of duty when exercising certain powers, such as search and arrest. The Attorney General tabled the Ombudsman’s report in Parliament last week. Read his media release.Learn more
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This is the second comprehensive investigation that my office has undertaken into the use of Taser weapons by the New South Wales Police Force (NSWPF). The first investigation was done at a time when Tasers were only used by police officers within specialist units of the NSWPF. Since that report in 2008, Taser weapons have been rolled out for use by all accredited general duties police officers in NSW.