Had to strip off drugs search
Before any search begins, ask the police why they want to search you. The police must tell you why they want to search. Get legal advice as soon as possible. If the police officer does not have a warrant or the authority to search you see When the law says police can search you without a warrant , they might ask you if you will let them search you. If you say yes, the police officer should get your agreement in writing.
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Sydney police 'asked woman to remove tampon' in strip-search
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Invasive strip searches by police have increased by almost a third in NSW over the past five years, with thousands of people stripped naked on the basis of sniffer dogs incorrectly indicating they are carrying drugs. Distressed patrons from music festivals and other events report being forced to take all their clothes off and squat down so police could check that they were not concealing drugs anywhere on, or in, their body, despite drug dog identifications being wrong the majority of the time. Not always accurate: Police sniffer dogs at work at St Peters station. Credit: Janie Barrett. On Sunday Fairfax Media revealed data obtained by the NSW Greens shows each year about 10, innocent people are subjected to general police searches for drugs after sniffer dogs incorrectly indicate they are carrying drugs , with searches turning up no drugs in about 64 per cent of cases. On Monday night a forum was held in Redfern, which Fairfax Media has revealed people are 6. Greens candidate Jenny Leong said if elected she would introduce legislation to shut down sniffer dog use in the general population.
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Police in doghouse over strip searches
Another officer was "sniffing my phone as if he had some sixth sense, like he had drug detection powers with his own nose". Daniel, 25, was lining up to get into Subculture Festival at Sydney Olympic Park in when he was approached by a police drug dog. Daniel, whose surname has been withheld for privacy reasons, says he told the police he wasn't carrying any drugs. After they went through his exterior clothes and the inside of his bag, one officer took him into a cubicle and told him to take off all his clothes.
She said she decided to share her story after seeing a NewsChannel 5 investigation into the deputy that pulled her over. Deputy Brandon Young resigned from the White County Sheriff's Department in July, after the FBI began investigating an arrest in which he ordered his police dog to repeatedly bite an unarmed woman, who was hiding in a closet. NewsChannel 5 Investigates has learned the woman who was repeatedly bitten in that arrest, Tonya Qualls, was also pulled over by Brandon Young and strip searched last year. Several attorneys have told NewsChannel 5 Investigates that officers should get a search warrant before they conduct a strip search on someone pulled over for a traffic violation, and even then the search should be done in private, not on the side of a public road.
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