Want Assistance from the NSW Office of Public Prosecutions - You're Probably Wont Get It But Here's Some Reference Materials To Help You

The NSW Office of Public Prosecutions is the primary prosecutor, that we the public, are calling upon to start prosecuting our rogue child protection officers, and lawyers whom are making their yearly living via means of child trafficking, as is recognised by the Australian Federal Police.

"The main requirements, obligations and duties to which we must adhere are found in:

  1. Director of Public Prosecutions Act 1986
  2. Public Sector Employment and Management Act 2002 No 43
  3. Crown Prosecutors Act 1986
  4. Legal Profession Act 2004
  5. Victims Rights Act 1996
  6. Independent Commission Against Corruption Act 1988
  7. Protected Disclosures Act 1994
  8. Anti-Discrimination Act 1977
  9. Occupational Health and Safety Act 2000
  10.  Public Finance and Audit Act 1983
  11.  State Records Act 1998
  12. Freedom of Information Act 1989
  13. Privacy and Personal Information Protection Act 1998
  14. (Cth) Racial Discrimination Act 1975
  15. (Cth) Sex Discrimination Act 1984

The main requirements, obligations and duties are given effect to, explained or contained in the following policies, rules, guidelines and manuals:

  1. Director's Prosecution Policy and Guidelines
  2. o Professional Conduct and Practice Rules, Law Society of NSW
  3. NSW Bar Rules
  4. AASW Code of Ethics and NSW Psychologists Board Code of Ethical Conduct
  5. Solicitors Manual
  6. Sentencing Manual
  7. Child Sexual Assault Manual
  8. Witness Assistance Service Manual
  9. NSW Solicitors Manual (Riley)
  10. Personnel Handbook
  11. ODPP Policies (refer to DPPNet)
  12. Protected Disclosures Procedures
  13. Corporate Plan
  14. Charter of Principles for a Culturally Diverse Society
  15. Conflicts of Interest Guidelines" * Source : http://www.odpp.nsw.gov.au/publications/Code%20of%20conduct.pdf


#1 Guest 2010-10-13 18:20
Well after reading the criteria for prosecution I am positive that the DPP should take on the criminals in the Department of human Services as a matter of public interest because parents cannot be confident in their decisions which have had devasting effects on children and their families and surely under the Health Act they should be prosecuted for the irreparable mental and psychological damage, physical damage and Deaths of children in this Department's CARE. The prevalence of criminal offences and the culture of lying on Affidavits, and other material put into the Courts purporting to be the TRUTH they should be charged with perjury. They should also be charged with Conspiracy as the Managers and Director General and the Minister are involved in these conspiracies.
I believe that our cases are appropriate to pursue in the Court and all of these criminals should be jailed for the major damage they inflict on children and their family under the pretence of "In the Best Interest of The children."

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