Prisoner Support Officers provide support to our people who are incarcerated and ALSWA PSO Linc Ugle joins us to talk about his role with ALSWA and what assistance is available.
Kenny Sutton, Manager ALSWA Court Officer Unit
Do you know your rights and what to do if you’re arrested? Kenny Sutton (Manager ALSWA Court Officer Unit) provides information on your legal rights, particularly if you’re under 18 years of age.
Peter Collins, ALSWA Director Legal Services
2010 Year in review with ALSWA Director Legal Services Peter Collins. As the year draws to a close ALSWA reflects upon the continued over-representation of our people within the court and prison systems. We also discuss Taser use in WA and provide an update on ALSWA’s work in the Ward Matter.
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