The concept of strip-searching has reviled and outraged NSW, but it seems the program has a stringent set of quotas to be met by individual officers.
An independent review discovered that the Queensland Police are failing to take sexual assault allegations seriously, citing a wilful indifference in how complaints are lodged.
Despite the police struggling to understand the law (and the effect it can have), strip-searches have increased twenty times over the last decade.
Anti-drug dogs platform Sniff Off has published an image depicting a police strip search of a minor. Clearly, this is a step too far.
The parliamentary review of the AFP’s metadata laws unearthed something horrifying. The AFP readily admitted to accessing our IP addresses, telephone records and emails 20,000 times over the last twelve months.