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Inquiry Details

Use of Anti-Personnel Spray and Batons by Police Integrity Commission Officers

This Inquiry was established by resolution of the Committee on Wednesday 24 October 2012 to report on whether legislation is needed to enable Police Integrity Commission Officers to use anti-personnel spray and batons.
Referred by correspondence received from the Hon Barry O'Farrell MP, Premier. Resolution passed by the Committee on 24 October 2012. The Committee resolved to adopt the Following Terms of Reference: ' That the Joint Standing Committee on the Ombudsman, the Police Integrity Commission and the Crime Commission is to inquire into and report on whether legislation ought to be introduced to enable Police Integrity Commission officers to use anti-personnel spray and batons, to bring practices into line with those of NSW Police Force officers.'

The Committee resolved to adopt the Following Terms of Reference: ' That the Joint Standing Committee on the Ombudsman, the Police Integrity Commission and the Crime Commission is to inquire into and report on whether legislation ought to be introduced to enable Police Integrity Commission officers to use anti-personnel spray and batons, to bring practices into line with those of NSW Police Force officers.'


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