The podcast aims to answer common questions about strip searches and the law, and will explore key issues driving the rising number of police strip strip searches across NSW.
The collaboration will create episodic content exploring a range of topics, written by community and academic lawyers and produced by 2SER Radio. The episodes will cover issues like what to do if you are approached by police and/or drug detection dogs, and what powers police have to search, seize, detain and arrest.
The podcast will also incude personal stories from people who have been stopped and searched by police, or have been strip searched at music festivals or other public places.
We are recruiting for a dynamic person who enjoys working in a client facing role to assist people
experiencing disadvantage to navigate the legal assistance sector, and to train and mentor law
students in client intake. This is an identified role for an Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander person