A female protester was not stripped naked during a body search inside a police station, the force says. The woman, who gave the pseudonym Ms Lui, accused police of forcing her to spread her legs with a pen during a strip search inside an unspecified station. She also alleged that a dozen policemen were waiting for her outside the search room. In response to the allegation, superintendent of the police's support branch Kitty Chik Hsia-yu said the woman's custody search form and the police's notebook show that she was not required to undergo a full strip search.
Cops deny fully naked strip search claim
Cops deny fully naked strip search claim | The Standard
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'I felt completely helpless': Woman's strip search revives trauma of sexual assault
A Sydney woman says a police strip search at a Homebush music festival in forced her to relive a sexual assault that occurred just over a year earlier. The woman, 20, has spoken of her ordeal as prominent legal figures raise fears that the increasing use of strip searches could trigger trauma in victims of sexual abuse and domestic violence, while NSW Police data reveals children as young as 10 are being subjected to the "harmful" practice. The woman, 20, was strip searched by police just over a year after she was sexually assaulted. Credit: Christopher Pearce. The woman, who cannot be named for legal reasons, said the experience of being "cornered" in a booth with two police officers "was a refresher" of her sexual assault, which she said was perpetrated by two people.
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