NSW police put children as young as nine, many of them Indigenous under surveillance

‘Police in New South Wales have for two decades maintained a secretive blacklist disproportionately made up of Indigenous children deemed to be at risk of committing crimes, who they target using “unreasonable, unjust and oppressive” tactics that in some cases are likely to be illegal…’

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