Police Minister won't back parliamentary inquiry

Denis Howard
Updated November 17 2023 - 7:18am, first published November 13 2023 - 6:45am
NSW Minister for Police and Counter-terrorism, Yasmin Catley said there is no need for a parliamentary inquiry as police are already addressing the issues. Picture by Jonathon Carroll
NSW Minister for Police and Counter-terrorism, Yasmin Catley said there is no need for a parliamentary inquiry as police are already addressing the issues. Picture by Jonathon Carroll

The call by 84 councils for more to be done to stop crime in rural and regional areas of NSW has not been enough to sway NSW Minister for Police and Counter-terrorism Yasmin Catley to support a parliamentary inquiry.

Denis Howard

Denis Howard

Senior Journalist, The Land

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