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Image caption Aboriginal Australians and Torres Strait Islanders make up about 3% of the country's population. Australia's New South Wales police have disproportionately targeted Aboriginal children under a repeat offender monitoring scheme, a report has said. The Law Enforcement Conduct Commission (LECC) looked into the cases of 429 children in 2016-18 under the Suspect Target Management Plan (STMP). It found that 72% of the children, aged nine to 17, were "possibly Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander". The NSW police challenged the report, saying 47% were Aboriginal. The STMP has been designed as preventative policing in Australia. Aboriginal Australians and Torres Strait Islanders mak... Full story

13 February

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