Outlines the scope of the Inquiry under the terms of reference, highlights the work done so far and explains the next steps for the Inquiry in progressing its work.
Examines the social and cultural context in which suspected LGBTIQ hate crime deaths occurred between 1970 and 2010.
Directs to various aspects of Strike Force Parrabell, as well as the ways in which the NSW Police have approached the issues relating to “bias crime”, or “hate crime”, over the years from 1970 to the present.
Cases presented: John Hughes, Graham Paynter, Russell Payne, William Dutfield, David Lloyd-Williams, Andrew Currie and Brian Walker.
Cases presented: Gerald Cuthbert, Samantha Raye, Carl Stockton and Mark Stewart.
Case presented: Peter Sheil.
Cases presented: William Rooney, Simon Blair Wark, Richard Slater and Paul Rath.
Case presented: Walter John Bedser.
Cases presented: Samantha Rose and Wendy Waine.
Case presented: Scott Miller.
Cases presented: Kenneth Brennan and James Meek.
Cases presented: Anthony Cawsey, Barry Jones and Peter Baumann.
The Bondi cases of John Russell, Ross Warren and Gilles Mattaini.
The investigative practices of the NSW Police Force between 1970 and 2010, and any changes to these practices and procedures that that have occurred since that time.
Case presented: Robert Malcolm.
Oral evidence from General Counsel of the NSWPF, Natalie Marsic, regarding the late production of records.
Cases presented: Crispin Dye and William Allen.
The Inquiry will hear from senior NSW Police officers involved in Strike Forces Parrabell, Neiwand and Macnamir.
The Inquiry will hold a directions hearing in relation to a number of communications made by officers of the NSWPF’s Unsolved Homicide Team (UHT) to families or next of kin of certain deceased persons regarding delays in progressing their matters.
Case presented: Ernest Head.
At the final public sitting of the Inquiry, Senior Counsel Assisting Peter Gray will deliver a closing address to the Commissioner.