NSW Police Integrity Commission

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The Police Integrity Commission "was established in 1996 by the NSW Parliament on the recommendation of the Royal Commission into the NSW Police Service. It is separate from and completely independent of the NSW Police Force.

"Its principal functions are to detect, investigate and prevent police misconduct, and as far as practicable, it is required by law to turn its attention to serious police misconduct by NSW police officers." [1]


Web: http://www.pic.nsw.gov.au

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  1. Home, Police Integrity Commission, accessed September 15, 2009.