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Tuesday, 7 December 2010

Police struggle to keep bikies out of Kings Cross

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Police struggle to keep bikies out of Kings Cross: "POLICE are trying to lock bikie gangs out of Kings Cross amid fears of an intensified turf war between gangs and a danger that innocent partygoers could be hurt in the crossfire.
NSW police are using the threat of breaches of the clubs' lucrative liquor licences to force them to refuse entry to gang members in club jackets, other clothing and distinctive gang tattoos.
The Sun-Herald has learnt 29 clubs in the Kings Cross strip, also known as the Golden Mile, have received letters saying police have applied to forcibly ''impose'' conditions on their liquor licences, a move that can be done without the licensees' consent.
Advertisement: Story continues below The new conditions would mean licensees allowing in gang members could be slapped with an $11,000 fine and a one-year prison term - measures some clubs say are too tough. The Sun-Herald learnt of the plan when police intelligence documents supporting the plan to bar bikies from Kings Cross clubs were mailed to the wrong address.
The documents were part of a hefty submission by the Kings Cross police local area command crime intelligence unit, prepared for the state government department overseeing liquor licensing.
The dossier includes details of ongoing violent disputes between members of at least six bikie gangs dating back to 2006, as well as two CDs containing police intelligence on the gangs and their hangouts."

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