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MEDIA ALERT 23/4: Unions to call for wanding laws

Police Association of NSW / Public Service Association of NSW / Health Services Union (NSW) / Rail, < 1 mins read

Unions will call on the NSW Government to urgently introduce wanding laws that will allow police to conduct non-invasive metal detection scans to proactively prevent knife crime from occurring.

Who:             

  • Kevin Morton, Police Association of NSW
  • Stewart Little, Public Service Association of NSW
  • Adam Hall, Health Services Union (NSW)
  • Craig Turner, Rail, Tram and Bus Union NSW

When: 9:15am, Tuesday 23 April 2024

Where: Rear of NSW Parliament (TOK)

Contact: Elyssa King (PANSW) 0484 777 780 

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