Queensland police expand drive-by number plate surveillance

By Paul Hemsley and Julian Bajkowski The Queensland government has expanded its use of Automated Number Plate Recognition (ANPR) technology to controversially include unmarked police vehicles that will be tasked to silently snoop-out car registration details as they drive-by alleged crime hot spots. The government says the drive-by surveillance technology is being deployed as part […]

Public sector corruption takes centre stage in Qld

The Public Sector Anti-Corruption Conference has addressed issues raised by the conviction of Gordon Nuttall and a report into police corruption. By Jo Cooper Queensland is hosting a leading anti-corruption conference this week, while reeling from the news of serious misconduct within the state’s police service and the conviction of a former state minister. A […]

Queensland study to examine life of LGBT police officers

By Rob O’Brien The experiences of gay, bi-sexual and transgender police officers are being gathered for a university study in Queensland. Current and former Queensland police officers who identify thmselves as lesbian, gay, bi-sexual or transgender (LGBT) are being invited to share their experiences for a Queensland University of Technology (QUT) study. School of Justice […]

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