NSWPD

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NSWPDNew South Wales Parliamentary Debates
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(46) NSWPD, LA, Seduction Punishment Bill (SPB) 1886, 2393.
(61) NSWPD, LA, Capital Punishment Abolition Bill, 1896, 673.
NSW Parliamentary Debates (NSWPD) (1959), 24.11.1959.
Thereafter I handled the control on behalf of the State, and refused to sell any of the scrap if I knew it was intended for the Japanese market." NSWPD, vol.166, p.2239.
In a major move to re-orient the NSWPD to the needs of a multicultural society, Avery quickly established community-based policing as the force's main operational strategy, and introduced a wide variety of strategies to implement this policy on the ground.
(d) The establishment of Community Consultative Committees (CCC) 'to bring Police closer to the community they serve and to deal with the issues which are of most concern to the community' (NSWPD 1987: 78).
New South Wales Police Department (NSWPD) (1985-6), Annual Reports.
(56) See 'Control of theatres', SMH, 26 April 1906 and also NSWPD, vol.
The definition of 'public entertainment' in the Theatre and Public Halls Bill did include boxing but did not encompass events held at 'open-air' venues like Rushcutters' Bay (NSWPD, 1908, second session, p.