The murder of a homeless woman is an issue of gender, but it should also expose the awful conditions those experiencing homelessness face in this country.
After pleading guilty to more than fifty charges, paedophile Ruecha Tokputza will spend the rest of his life behind bars.
The Queensland police implemented the most intrusive facial recognition software to monitor the public. It returned zero results.
The man taping himself running over emus was found, not by police, but by social media.
According to an internal investigation, the NSW police failed to act on a complaint against a known sexual offender, which resulted in a horrific outcome.
In the run-up to our Federal Election, Facebook is under fire for purported use of fake news to influence our democratic processes.
The police officer who illegally accessed the database to leak the address of a domestic violence victim to a friend has been found guilty by the court. However, the story does not stop there.
The private prison system in Queensland is beset by over-crowding, low staffing and the excessive use of force. Now, their government is stepping back in, at a cost of $111 million.
After Dino secretly recorded one of Mel’s conversations, the matter is now a legal one. But, how illegal is it?
As it stands, a third of domestic violence victims are men. However, a conversation around that topic has been limited. Why?
Operation Persist sees investigators canvas prisoners for information regarding existing crimes. Despite the success, there are some critics of the program, and it raises a series of ethical questions.
‘New year, new me’ seemingly holds true to the world of law, so let’s have a quick look at what is coming into effect in 2019.
After yet more examples of workers getting short-changed, many are calling for the theft of wages to be enshrined in criminal law.
The evidence might be strong, and their acts of violence appalling, however many NSW police officers who cross the line are being cleared by internal investigations.
A number of at-risk kids will spend Christmas in hotel rooms, looking after by support workers on rostered shifts. The system in place is not working, and the problem is growing.
With instances of police brutality, misconduct and abuse of powers now greater known, the taxpayer is outraged over having to foot the bill for the actions of rogue police officers.
The habitual crimes of Glenn Antony Hartland, aka the “Tinder rapist”, highlight how easy it is to be punished by the system before being freed to reoffend.
Last week, we reported that the QLD police is protecting one of their officers who illegally used their database to track a victim as a favour. Now, the officer in question is refusing to testify. He remains in the police force.
The officer who used the police database to allow his ‘mate’ to find the partner he abused will not appear at the tribunal to explain his actions, nor was he suspended.
According to the NSW Centre for Road Safety, only half of the serious injuries caused by road collisions are recorded road trauma statistics, because police and hospital records cannot be matched.
While they’re not calling it a ‘breach’, the SA government lost the personal details of a million home owners.
As part of Dutton’s new laws, if your device is confiscated at the airport, the ABF can now hold it without the need for a warrant for 14 days.