Ep 9: Moonee Ponds Shooting, Police Pursuits, and You Break It, You Pay For It

Have you ever been ‘pulled over’ by police? Did you know that stopping vehicles is one of the most dangerous tasks a police officer performs? We look at the implications of the Moonee Ponds police shooting in which police were seriously injured by a shotgun blast at close range.

Victoria Police has revised its controversial pursuit policy. Ron talks about the delicate balance between apprehending offenders and public safety.

And David saw a sign in a shop last week which read ‘You Break It, You Buy It‘. What does consumer law say about breakages in shops? If you accidentally break something, does this automatically mean you have to pay for it? (Here’s what Consumer Affairs Victoria has to say, at any rate.)

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