Monday, 28 Nov 2022

Leaked audio reveals Queensland police staff in racist conversations, joking about violence to black people and protestors

Leaked audio reveals Queensland police staff in racist conversations, joking about violence to black people and protestors


Leaked audio reveals Queensland police staff in racist conversations, joking about violence to black people and protestors

A series of tapes, leaked to Guardian Australia by a whistleblower, record several Queensland police service officers using racist slurs and offensive language while working in the holding cells.

Marshall, who gave Guardian Australia consent to publish his name, has worked at the Brisbane watch house for four years and was present during the conversations he recorded.

Marshall says he is speaking out after being left deeply disturbed by the racist remarks uttered casually in front of staff, and in some cases possibly detainees, in his workplace.

The Queensland police service said in a written response to Guardian Australia the ethical standards command was conducting inquiries into the matter, and would immediately review any previous complaints.

The leaked recordings can be listened to below, along with corresponding transcripts.

A group of officers are chatting at the watch house charge counter.

[Inaudible section]

you may also like

Los Cabos Launches Loyalty Program to Reward Travel Advisors
  • by travelpulse
  • descember 09, 2016
Los Cabos Launches Loyalty Program to Reward Travel Advisors

The Los Cabos Tourism Board introduced its new Loyalty Program, which allows travel advisors to earn redeemable rewards points for each guest night they book in the destination.

read more