NSW police priorities

Police search Blue Mountains property in 30-year-old case

[…] Police are also searching a weatherboard house and sheds on the half-acre property, which is littered with rusty car bodies. […]


No 3 Wombat Street?


Or No 20?


[…] Constable Victoria Payne, assigned to reinvestigate the case in 2004, said the previous lack of police contact with family members about efforts to find Ms Gamblin was “disgusting”.

“I would just like to apologise to the family in relation to the lack of attention that NSW Police has paid to the matter because I believe 20 years is far too long,” she said.[…]


Rather than doing any actual police work, NSW police are busy dreaming up even more ways to fine poor people:

[…] In an internal notice, police officers have been encouraged to issue fines of up to $400 for washing car windscreens at intersections or putting up posters on power poles.[…]



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