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The Royal Commission into the New South Wales Police Service ("Wood Royal Commission") was held in the State of New South Walesmarker, Australia between 1994 and 1997. The Royal Commissioner was Justice James Roland Wood. The terms of reference were to look into systemic and entrenched corruption within the New South Wales Police; towards the end of the Royal Commission it also investigated alleged pedophile activities within the police service.
At the time of it being set up, then Police Commissioner Tony Lauer stated that systemic entrenched corruption in the New South Wales Police was a figment of the political imagination. He was to retire soon after and was replaced by Peter James Ryan who was recruited from Englandmarker. Far and wide ranging reforms have come about as a result of the Royal Commission, including the establishment of a permanent body known as the Police Integrity Commission.
The St. James Centre sign.

Media Interest

The St. James Centre sign outside the building was a regular backdrop for television news reporters during the Royal Commission.

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