CASE STUDY: Kings Cross Shooting: At 4am on Saturday 21st, April 2012, police patrolling the main drag of the Kings Cross nightclub precinct recognised the 14-year-old driver of a stolen car, who had been known to the police since he was eight. The car contained the driver and five passengers ranging in age from 13 to 24, all Indigenous and living in Redfern. To avoid the police, the 14-year-old driver mounted the footpath and drove along it for 100m with police chasing on foot. Two pedestrians …

| February 14, 2018

CASE STUDY: Kings Cross Shooting: At 4am on Saturday 21st, April 2012, police patrolling the main drag of the Kings Cross nightclub precinct recognised the 14-year-old driver of a stolen car, who had been known to the police since he was eight. The car contained the driver and five passengers ranging in age from 13 to 24, all Indigenous and living in Redfern. To avoid the police, the 14-year-old driver mounted the footpath and drove along it for 100m with police chasing on foot. Two pedestrians …

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