Police compromising young people's right to silence

By Duncan Murray
Updated December 11 2023 - 1:15pm, first published 1:11pm
A report has found issues with how NSW police conduct interviews with young people. (Mick Tsikas/AAP PHOTOS)
A report has found issues with how NSW police conduct interviews with young people. (Mick Tsikas/AAP PHOTOS)

NSW police have systematically compromised young people's right to silence, pushing ahead with questions even when told that minors did not want to speak to officers.

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