Impact of Kings Cross on Individuals, Organisations and Society

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Impact on Individuals, organizations & society

Royal woods commission


-All the people who killed them self
-John Imbrem
- king of the cross (name)
- Billy Slayer
- Debbie whistle blower

1.1On 13 May 1994,1 Justice James Wood,2 was authorised and required to investigate the several matters identified in paragraphs (a) to (e) of the terms of reference,3relating in substance to: • the existence, or otherwise, of systemic or entrenched corruption within the New South Wales Police Service (the Service); •the activities of the Professional Responsibility Command; •the system of promotions in the Service;

the impartiality, or otherwise, of the Service in relation to the investigation and prosecution of criminal activities including, but not limited to, paedophile activity;4 and •the efficacy of the internal informers policy of the Service.

(Convicted them)



process corruption;
gratuities and improper associations;
substance abuse;
fraudulent practices;
assaults and abuse of police powers
prosecutions - compromise or favourable treatment
theft and extortion
protection of the drug trade
protection of club and vice operators
protection of gaming and betting interests
drug trafficking
interference with internal investigations, and the code of silence; and •other circumstances suggestive of corruption.


Royal Commission.


Drunk cops – unprofessional

Early in the course of Commission inquiries into Kings Cross, it became apparent that there have been serious problems with drinking on duty within the New South Wales Police Service, particularly among detectives, but not confined to them. This is a serious problem for policing because of the: •possibility that the judgment of police might be impaired in the execution of their duties; •risk to service property and to the lives and property of others where alcohol-affected police...
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