Why did the NSW police release the names of all of the porn actresses they’d caught in their investigation?

An exclusive investigation by News.co.nz reveals that NSW police officers who were involved in the investigation into the exploitation of underage girls on the web have released names of the women who were arrested.

Key points:The NSW Police Department said it was “appalled” by the decision to release the information in an effort to deter future exploitationThe NSW Attorney-General said the names were “a matter for the police” to decideThe names of five young women who are part of the probe were released in response to an inquiry into the NSW Police’s handling of the case.

A spokesperson for NSW Police told News.au the names are “a subject of ongoing investigation”.

“The NSW Government has repeatedly made it clear that it is an offence to knowingly and recklessly exploit children and young people online, and we are deeply concerned by the actions of police in the case of these women,” the spokesperson said.

“The State Government has taken strong and comprehensive action to protect children and youth online.”

There is a strong and growing public outcry against the criminalisation of children’s online activity, and it is important that we continue to tackle the problem.

“The NSW attorney-general’s department said in a statement that the police department had been informed of the decision by the NSW Attorney General.”

Following a thorough review, it is now appropriate for the NSW government to release these names,” it said.NSW Attorney-general says names released are a matter for police to decideWhat a big deal is it to release names?NSW attorney-General says it’s a matter between police and the stateIt is a huge deal, and I’m glad the NSW Government is taking the time to do it.

The Attorney-Gen said the release of the names would deter other women from entering into the industry.”

It is my expectation that there will be more cases where victims of exploitation will be able to speak out, and that there would be fewer victims of this type of abuse,” she said.

The NSW Department of Justice and Attorney-Generals Department said in an email to News.org.au that the names released were a matter “between the police and NSW”.”

It was important that the public know the names and we want to reassure them that they are being protected,” it wrote.”

This was a decision made by NSW police and it was not made by the Attorney-Gates department.

“The Attorney General’s department is reviewing how it handles the case, but has asked people to keep a close eye on news reports.

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