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22 September 2009

Age (Melbourne)

Victoria Police command was aware of deficiencies with its officers' firearm holsters when a senior constable was fatally shot by a motorist, a lawyer has claimed at the inquest on the officer. Senior Constable Tony Clarke, an 11-year member of Victoria Police, pulled Mark Bailey over for a roadside breath test while on a solo patrol near Launching Place, in the Yarra Ranges, in April 2005. Bailey gained control of Senior Constable Clarke's revolver and shot him once... (

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