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Justice James Wood and the "Wood Royal Commission" [Jun. 9th, 2008|05:36 pm]
Bob Bain
In my previous posting with regards to Ms. Hetty Johnston I quoted:-

while retired Supreme Court judge James Wood inquires into child protection services

Police Integrity Commission

The Royal Commission into the New South Wales Police Service was established on 13 May 1994 by Letters Patent authorising Justice James Wood to investigate the existence and extent of corruption in the NSW Police Service, and other related matters. On 21 December 1994 the scope of the enquiry was expanded to include the protection of paedophiles by NSW police. In February and November 1996 interim reports were issued by the Royal Commission and the final report was released in May 1997. The final report is in six volumes, and sets out the Royal Commission's findings on police corruption and recommendations for reform.