A class action on behalf of about 100 NSW young people who were allegedly wrongfully imprisoned for breach of bail because of errors in the NSW Police Force database, will have its first substantive hearing in the NSW Supreme Court on Monday. Law firm Maurice Blackburn and the Public Interest Advocacy Centre say scores of children and young people have been arrested, detained and even strip-searched based on out-of-date bail information in the COPS database…
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