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27.11.2013

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Victoria Police have banned all public presentations by police officers after a senior detective used a crime scene photograph of Jill Meagher's body at a fundraiser event. Homicide Detective Ron Iddles has publically explained what happened, and the event organiser says the issue has been blown out of context. Victoria's Police Command has issued an apology, despite Jill Meagher's family saying it wasn't offended. Source: abc.net.au

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