The girlfriend, Diamond Peerman, told The Virginian-Pilot that a drug-sniffing dog focused its attention on her and the girl as they entered the prison. Peerman was told she would have to be strip searched, but prison guards initially said the girl would not, Peerman told the Pilot. After consulting with a captain, however, the guards told her the girl would also have to undergo a search.
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An inquiry into the strip-searching of a year-old girl at a NSW music festival is set to continue on the heels of a police officer admitting there was no reason to justify the procedure. The state's Law Enforcement Conduct Commission is looking into a complaint that the teenager was searched after a false positive detection by a sniffer dog at the entrance to the festival. The inquiry has heard the teenager was left feeling humiliated after the search during which she said she had to get naked and "could not stop crying". The senior constable, identified only as BR3, on Tuesday admitted they made an error in the official paperwork, which he "rushed" after the search at the Splendour in the Grass music festival north of Byron Bay in July The commission has been told NSW Police did not contact the year-old's parents or another responsible adult before the search despite being legally obliged to do so. The inquiry also heard that revellers at Splendour in the Grass were strip-searched in tents that did not fully close in conditions described by a police officer as "not ideal". Home News National. The officer also admitted there was no sense of urgency or seriousness to justify the procedure. The public hearing is expected to run for three days.
South Australia has recorded one new case of coronavirus. The person is a traveller who has returned from overseas. Follow our live coverage for the latest news on the coronavirus pandemic. A teenager who was unlawfully strip searched at a music festival near Byron Bay is still waiting for a personal apology from police. An inquiry by the NSW Law Enforcement Conduct Commission was told an apology had been issued to the girl, who was 16 at the time of the incident. The teenager was singled out by a sniffer dog as she entered the Splendour in the Grass Festival at Yelgun in No drugs were found, and the girl later told the state's Law Enforcement Conduct Commission LECC that she felt humiliated and had sobbed uncontrollably during the ordeal.
CNN An 8-year-old girl visiting her father at a Virginia prison was strip searched last month in violation of state policy, authorities said. Chat with us in Facebook Messenger. Find out what's happening in the world as it unfolds. The child was visiting her father, who is an inmate at Buckingham Correctional Center, Kinney said. The girl was accompanied by an adult visitor who was not her parent or legal guardian. The staff member who ordered the search didn't have the authority to do so and is facing disciplinary action, Kinney said. The Virginia Department of Corrections would not confirm the relationship between the adult visitor and the child's incarcerated father, but The Washington Post reported the girl was accompanied by her father's girlfriend. Read More. The staff member requested the search because a drug-sniffing dog flagged the daughter and the adult accompanying her, which is department policy.