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Main Context The government established the Law Enforcement Crime conduct as the new commission mandated to perform the oversight duties on the work done by the police force in the New South Wales. The new Commission replaced the incumbent oversight bodies including the commission tasked on checking the integrity of police, PIC, and the police division of the Ombudsman’s office as well as other oversight bodies that existed prior to its establishment (NSW Government Justice 2017, pp.1). LECC took over the functions undertaken by the different oversight bodies and now serves as the central body through which the public can report any issue concerning the conduct of police officers (Tink 2015, pp.4). This has eliminated the duplication of roles that previously existed when separate bodies tasked with oversight duties were functional. This makes it easier for the public to report arising issues related to the police activities within the community in New South Wales and follow on the progress of the case from a central point. The merging of pre-existing bodies to form a single civilian entity known as the Law Enforcement conduct commission eliminates the overlapping of roles that existing when several oversight bodies were in existence thereby complicating the process of solving the police-civilian dispute ( McGowan 2018, pp.1). Through the Law Enforcement Crime Conduct commission, the process of dispute resolution between the police officers and the public has become more elaborate which enhances harmony and peaceful coexistence among the two. The creation of a single civilian oversight body also the cost of operations of the oversight body, due to reduced budget (NSW Government Justice 2017, pp.1). The excess resources in terms of personnel and operating costs that were allocated to the different bodies that were in existence for the
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Essay on Law and International Law 4 performance of similar functions are now allocated to LECC, which requires minimal resources as it is centrally placed. The Law Enforcement Crime Commission in now tasked with conducting investigations in to alleged lack of proper conduct and poor administration of laws and policies by law enforcement officers or police both currently employed or previously working for the police office and the Crime Commission in New South Wales (NSW Government 2015, pp.1). In accordance with the recommendations outlined in the Tink report on review of police oversight,
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  • Winter '18
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  • New South Wales, Crime Commission, New South Wales Police Force, Law And International Law, Law Enforcement Crime Conduct commission

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