It says the officers chasing the car which hit the 21-year-old, acted in accordance with national pursuit guidelines.
Anyone think this level of disclosure is satisfactory?
UPDATED: The ABC reports that the ombudsman thinks an inquest is the only way to address any further public concerns about this matter.
Weekly NewsletterEvery Thursday afternoon, we package up the most-read and trending RiotACT stories of the past seven days and deliver straight to your inbox..
FURTHER UPDATED: The Canberra Times is joined in with complaints by “Civil Liberties Australia ACT” (an arsefull piece of re-branding if ever there were) that Minister Hargreaves has broken his promises to them in this matter.
ANOTHER UPDATE: The ABC are saying the report has been released, and yet no report is on the ACT Policing website, so is this just media manipulation?
MORE UPDATES: The Canberra Times is going in hard with two stories. The first with the accusatory line “but they have refused to admit any responsibility for her death”, and another Jack Waterford rocket: Memorial to Clea should be review of pursuit policy.
Also in the Waterford piece:
The police made something of the fact that the inquiry was an entirely independent review, being conducted by the national AFP’s professional reporting standards unit. In fact the PRS subcontracted out the entire job to the ACT Policing collision investigation team – a section of the ACT traffic branch hardly at arm’s length from local vehicle patrolling.
(Also front page browsers would be well advised to take in the comments attached to this item as there are some excellent and lengthy contributions)
One More Update For The Road: The Canberra Times have got a usefull page with the reports they’ve been given as well as the video evidence.
No, I lied, here’s another update: The Canberra Times has also got John Hargreaves suggesting the guidelines on pursuit need reviewing and strong hints that there will be a coronial inquest.