Clint Francis MILAZZO
Late of Ambarvale, NSW
Husband to Tanya MILAZZO ( a now Serving Member of NSWPF )
NSW Goulburn Police Academy Class # NIL
New South Wales Police Force – Applicant
Regd. # NIL
Rank: Police Applicant
Final Rank = Police Applicant
Service: From 0 0 0 to 0 0 0 = 0 years Service
Born: Tuesday 21 November 1978
Died on: Monday 3 March 2003
Age: 24 years, 10 months, 9 days
Cause: Assault – Injuries sustained from:
Event location: outside Ettamogah Hotel, Kellicar Rd, Campbelltown, NSW
Event date: Sunday 23 February 2003
Funeral date: ? March 2003
Funeral location: ?
Funeral Parlour: ?
Buried at: Forest Lawn Memorial Park, Camden Valley Way, Leppington, NSW
Grave GPS location: -33.956797909865394, 150.83623992775154
Memorial / Plaque / Monument located at: ?
Dedication date of Memorial / Plaque / Monument: Nil – at this time ( May 2020 )
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🧩🧩 UNSOLVED CASE 🧩🧩
Clint Milazzo was assaulted outside the Ettamogah Hotel on Kellicar Road in Campbelltown on February 23, 2003.
Mr Milazzo, 24, was drinking with a friend and left the hotel at closing time. He and his friend were assaulted while standing in the undercover car park waiting for a taxi near the hotel.
According to investigators, Mr Milazzo was punched in the head, causing him to fall to the ground.
He suffered serious head injuries and was taken to the Intensive Care Unit at Liverpool Hospital where he underwent several operations.
His health continued to deteriorate and he died on March 3, 2003 from severe head injuries he suffered during the attack.
Mr Milazzo was an applicant to enter the NSW Police College in Goulburn shortly before his death. His widow is a NSW Police officer.
A coronial inquest in 2005 returned an open finding and recommended a $100,000 reward be offered to help police find the person or persons responsible for the attack on Mr Milazzo.
Mr Milazzo’s case is still under the responsibility of Campbelltown detectives, who have conducted extensive inquiries but have exhausted all leads.
If the case goes to the Unsolved Homicide Unit then it could be reopened in the future under the new framework.
Detective Superintendent Cook said the reviews would “strengthen relationships with victim families through regular and informed communication”.
“It also allows the Unsolved Homicide Unit to initiate re-investigations while all other cases continue to be reviewed,” he said.
“We are committed to ensuring the most effective and efficient allocation of resources in order to maximise our capability to provide justice for victims and answers to their families.”
Seventeen cases are already being investigated under the new framework. No further detail on the cases has been provided.
The Unsolved Homicide Unit was formed in 2004 to centralise the bulk of the state’s unsolved murders and unexplained disappearances.
The unit has seen 30 cases solved and five more are before the court.
Anybody who has any information about Mr Milazzo’s murder is urged to contact Campbelltown Police or report information using the methods shown below.
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14 years on, police are still searching for Clint Milazzo’s murderer
FOURTEEN years after the killing of police recruit Clint Milazzo outside a Campbelltown pub, police have again appealed for help to find his murderer.
The 24-year-old had left Ettamogah Hotel, then at Macarthur Square, on February 23, 2003, when he was attacked while waiting for a taxi.
Mr Milazzo suffered serious head injuries and was taken to Liverpool Hospital’s Intensive Care Unit where he eventually died on March 3.
The Ambarvale man was an applicant to enter the NSW Police College in Goulburn shortly before his death.
Police are hoping a $100,000 reward will encourage witnesses of the incident to come forward.
POLICEWOMAN Tanya Milazzo is hoping a $100,000 reward will unlock critical information that will lead to the arrest and conviction of her husband‘s killer.
Clint Milazzo was celebrating his acceptance as a recruit to the NSW Police Academy when he was punched to the ground outside the Ettamogah Hotel in Campbelltown, on February 23, 2003. He suffered severe head injuries and died on March 3.
The 24-year-old father had been looking forward to his wife completing her police training and joining him in their chosen career.
“I know that there are people out there who know who was responsible for my husband’s death,” Picton-based Constable Milazzo said.
“They have the information we need to bring the killer to justice. It’s very frustrating because we know who did it, they know who did it, but they won’t come forward.
“Hopefully, the prospect of picking up $100,000 will end the stalemate in the investigation.”
Detective Sergeant Bob Morley said the police inquiry was focusing on a suspect whose role emerged during a 10-day coronial inquest last year.
“We hope the reward will loosen someone’s lips, especially among the associates and acquaintances of the person we are looking at,” Sergeant Morley said.
Posting the $100,000 reward, Police Minister Carl Scully said: “Campbelltown detectives have conducted extensive enquiries but have exhausted all leads.
“It’s hoped this reward may persuade somebody with knowledge of Clint’s murder to come forward and provide police with information that could lead to an arrest and conviction.
“His wife and two young children deserve to know who was responsible for Clint’s death, and see justice done.”
During their initial inquiries, police said the unprovoked attack was carried out by a male Caucasian 20 to 25 years old, about 178 centimetres tall, with short-cropped hair.
Anybody with any information about the Milazzo murder should contact Campbelltown Police or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.