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act policing's 'unlawful' bug in nsw uncovered legal conflict




australian federal police canberra police sought an urgent legal fix after they "unlawfully" snooped on a criminal across the border in new south wales.act policing discovered an incompatibility between laws in nsw and the act, which meant surveillance warrants issued under territory law could not ...



post-ferguson study finds area was over-policed, reports improvements in policin




the fact that crime rates in ferguson, mo., remained steady even as the number of traffic stops and arrests fell—and that the de-policing occurred disproportionately in non-white areas—suggests that cops had previously been "over-policing," research from the university of colorado boulder and ot...



qualcomm steps up legal battle with apple, asks iphone ban




qualcomm on thursday escalated its legal battle with apple, filing a patent infringement lawsuit and requesting a ban on the importation of some iphones, claiming unlawful and unfair use of the chipmaker's technology.



tribunal upholds ban on zakir naik’s ngo




the central government’s decision to ban zakir naik’s ngo islamic research foundation (irf) as an “unlawful association” was upheld on may 11 by the tribunal set up under unlawful activities (prevention) act, 1967.this is another blow for naik.the tribunal, comprising the sitting judge of th...



study suggests proactive policing may do more harm than good




(phys.org)—a pair of researchers, one with louisiana state university, the other the university of michigan has conducted a study on the benefits of proactive policing and have found an example where removing it appeared to lower crime rates. in their paper published in the journal nature human be...



digital rights groups want more information on facebook's policing of offensive




with more than 2 billion users worldwide, facebook has been making tough calls when it comes to policing hate speech, harassment, nudity and violence online.



housing youth offenders in adult prison is unlawful: victorian supreme court




the creation of a youth wing at victoria's barwon adult jail is unlawful, a judge has ruled. the use of a maximum security adult jail to house juvenile offenders is unlawful, victoria's highest court has ruled.a human rights group challenged the state government over its move to send youth inmates t...



trump's unlawful attack in syria




trump launched an attack on bashar al-assad’s government without the legal authority to do so.



conflict is unexpectedly good for you




conflict is necessary for creativity and development. we can harness conflict constructively to create new solutions for complicated problems.



saudi, allies hiding role in illegal yemen strikes




human rights watch (hrw) has lashed out at the saudi-led coalition for its refusal to provide information on its role in the massive unlawful airstrikes against yemen in an attempt to avoid international legal liability.according to a friday report by hrw, the current and former members of the coali...



act policing search for jonathon hogan




police are searching for a 23-year-old man who fled the canberra hospital on saturday night.jonathon hogan was taken to hospital after a court appearance and was last seen about 8.30pm. act policing are urging anyone with information on canberra hospital escapee jonathon hogan to come forward. phot...



community legal centres struggling to cope with rising demand




a lack of resources is forcing some community legal centres around australia to turn clients away, according to a new report. the national census of community legal centres showed almost 170,000 people were turned away from community legal centres last year, with 75 percent of those being turned way...



community legal centres struggling to cope with rising demand




a lack of resources is forcing some community legal centres around australia to turn clients away, according to a new report. the national census of community legal centres showed almost 170,000 people were turned away from community legal centres last year, with 75 percent of those being turned way...



victorian supreme court rules the detention of youths unlawful




human rights advocates have flagged potential compensation for the 15 children housed at an adult victorian jail after a judge declared it unlawful. human rights advocates say compensation could be paid to the children housed in an adult victorian jail after a judge declared the practice unlawful.th...



un security council to meet to discuss us air strikes on syrian air base




the situation in syria now "amounts to an international armed conflict" after u.s. missile strikes on a syrian air base, the international committee of the red cross said, expanding both sides' humanitarian obligations to cover any prisoners of war."any military operation by a state on the territory...



men arrested in woden for 'selling stolen tools with a fake police badge'




two men will face court after allegedly trying to sell stolen property at cash converters using a police badge as identification.police alleged the men entered the woden cash converters on monday afternoon with a hoard of stolen tools. police arrested the men outside the cash converters in woden.  ...



presstv-london mayor slams cuts to policing budget




london mayor sadiq khanlondon mayor sadiq khan says london is not receiving the “right level of funding” for policing, as the met police commissioner called for more resources in the wake of the london bridge attack.



human rights laws: do they protect us or undermine our security?




prime minister theresa may has declared she wants to "rip up" human rights laws if they "stop us" from tackling terrorism.her statement has been criticised as a crass attempt to deflect criticism away from tory-led cuts to policing and security oversights in the run-up to saturday's london bridge at...



the most common workplace issues that never reach the courts




​in the popular imagination, workplace injustice ends with triumph on the courtroom steps. unfortunately, the reality is often less rosy. many workplace incidents in australia never find their way to courts or employment tribunals, for reasons ranging from cost to complexity. even when lawyers are...



don't just quash conflict -- resolve it




in my new book,managing conflict: a practical guide to resolution in the workplace (kogan page, 2017), i set out to examine the effects of conflict within organizations. my aim is to raise awareness that there is a wide range of approaches for managing conflict that are significantly better than tr...



13 'nondefenses' to workplace harassment




supervisors may not share with you all the misconceptions they hold when they sit through anti-harassment training, but that doesn’t mean that erroneous beliefs aren’t lurking. when educating your workforce on unwelcome conduct based on race, color, sex and other protected factors, there are 13 ...



police investigating suspicious fire in lyons overnight




police are investigating a suspicious fire at a block of units in strathgordon court, lyons overnight.act policing were called to the unit complex at about 12.20pm last night after reports a unit at the lyons apartment block was on fire. act policing are investigating a fire at a lyons unit block o...



nevada expands protections for pregnant workers




nevada first included sex as a protected category in 1967.  that year, the legislature passed a.b. no. 7, which included for the first time sex discrimination as an unlawful employment practice. twenty-one years later, in 1989, nevada passed legislation that required employers to provide pregnant ...



mass grave uncovered at former isis stronghold may hold up to 400 dead - cbc new




iraqi security forces drove isis militants out of the town of hawija in early october. as reconstruction begins after years of fighting, isis atrocities are slowly being uncovered.start the conversation, or read more at cbc news.



man dies after being tasered by police in canberra




a critical incident has been declared after a man died when he was tasered by police in canberra. a man has died after being tasered by police in canberra.act policing responded to a critical incident in waramanga, south-west of the city, about 11:30am on tuesday.police received a report of smashi...