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” possible” Relative in ” the job “: J. DAILLY, NSWPF # 11509 ?
NSW Redfern Police Academy Class # 099
New South Wales Police Force
Regd. # 10991
Rank: Commenced Training at Redfern Academy on Monday 11 May 1964 ( aged 23 years, 4 months, 24 days )
Probationary Constable- appointed Friday 12 June 1964 ( aged 23 years, 5 months, 26 days )
Constable – appointed 11 May 1965
Constable 1st Class – appointed 11 May 1969
Detective – appointed ? ? ?
Senior Constable – appointed ? ? ?
Sergeant 3rd Class – appointed ? ? ?
Sergeant 2nd Class – appointed ? ? ?
Sergeant 1st Class – appointed ? ? ?
Final Rank = ?
Stations: ?, ‘ D ‘ District – Walgett ( 1969 ), Phillip St ( 4 Division ), Canterbury ( 13 Division ), ?,
Service: From 11 May 1964 to ? ? ? = ? years Service
Awards: No Find on Australian Honours
Born: Tuesday 17 December 1940
Died on: Thursday 18 June 2020
Age: 79 years, 6 months, 1 day
Event location: ?
Event date: ?
Funeral date: Tuesday 30 June 2020 @ 1pm
Funeral location: Magnolia Chapel, Macquarie Park Cemetery & Crematorium, 25 Plassey Rd, Macquarie Park, NSW
( Due to current Govt. restrictions of 125 at a Funeral due to the Cornona19 Virus Pandemic – this will be a Private Funeral )
Wake location: As per funeral location – after Service
( Due to current Govt. restrictions of 50 persons only at ‘Gatherings’, there won’t be an immediate Wake )
Funeral Parlour: ?
Buried at: Cremated
Memorial / Plaque / Monument located at: ?
Dedication date of Memorial / Plaque / Monument: Nil – at this time ( July 2020 )
PETER is NOT mentioned on the Police Wall of Remembrance * NOT JOB RELATED
FURTHER INFORMATION IS NEEDED ABOUT THIS PERSON, THEIR LIFE, THEIR CAREER AND THEIR DEATH.
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May they forever Rest In Peace
Canberra Times (ACT : 1926 – 1995),
Tuesday 31 October 1989, page 3
Gundy death referred to Royal Commission
SYDNEY: The Royal Commission into Aboriginal Deaths in Custody is to investigate the death of David Gundy, who was shot dead during a police raid on his home in April this year.
Commissioner Hal Wootten, QC, said yesterday that Mr Gundy’s case would be added to the list of deaths to be investigated.
No date has yet been set for the hearing, although it is not expected to start until next year.
It had been expected there would be legal argument as to whether Mr Gundy’s death fell within the commission’s jurisdiction, but yesterday that jurisdiction was not disputed.
In a written submission, counsel for the State Government, Michael Finnane, QC, said armed police involved in the raid had taken up positions at the front and back of Mr Gundy’s house to prevent anyone leaving.
He said in those circumstances the State Government accepted that Mr Gundy and everyone else in the house was “in a real sense in custody of the police officers at the relevant time”.
Counsel assisting the commission, Stephen Norrish, QC, and James Barnett, counsel for Mr Gundy’s widow Doreen Eatts, backed the State Government view.
But counsel for the Police Association, Peter Dailly, said he had been instructed not to make any submission either way.
David Gundy, 32, was killed by a shotgun blast when police from the Special Weapons and Operations Squad raided his home at Marrickville, in Sydney’s inner west, early on April 27.
Detective Sergeant Terry Dawson told the Gundy inquest his shotgun fired accidentally when Mr Gundy attempted to take it from him during a brief struggle.
At the time police were hunting for John Porter, 27, over the shooting of two police officers in the city three days earlier. One of the officers subsequently died.
Porter was not found in the raid on Mr Gundy’s home or at any of the other five Sydney homes raided at the same time. He was arrested in Queensland on May 3 and is now awaiting trial.
At the end of a two-month inquest, a jury found police had acted in the course of their duty and that Mr Gundy’s death was an accident.
Outside the commission, Mr Norrish said the commission would have a brief to investigate the conduct of the inquest and specifically look at some issues not examined by State Coroner Kevin Waller.
He said he could not pre-empt the areas of investigation at this stage. But one possible avenue might be the suggestion that advanced notice of the raid was given to some members of the press.