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NSW Police State Crime Command – Investigations
The NSW Police Force is reaching out to the public seeking information to resolve long standing cold cases, from missing persons investigations to homicides, domestic violence and sexual crimes. State Crime Command takes you into the minds of the investigators as they work to close active cases and bring justice for victims.
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Ratings & Reviews
4.5 stars from 352 ratings
Mosese Cava
This story was heartbreaking. A few moments into it I realised that I knew this family, a member of it and was familiar with their search and it’s outcome. The podcast was delivered respectfully with sensitivity towards family and culture.
ozwarehouse via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 06/06/21
Love it!
This is a great podcast! I hope the episodes become more consistent and it keeps going! Very easy to listen to and follow along! Thanks 🙂
BreeMorey via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 05/25/21
An ad reel for Spotify
Unfortunately this podcast started off well but has become just an ad grab. Short episodes, overly dramatic and lacking any depth. Many better options available
Cjshaitan via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 04/16/21
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