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At Western Australia’s first Indigenous-run police station, two Noongar officers must learn Yarnangu lore and culture and master the local Ngaanyatjarra language, if they are to effectively police one of the most remote beats in the world.

Daisy Ward and Wendy Kelly hug outside the police station in Our LawPhoto credit Periscope Pictures & Pink Pepper
Daisy Ward and Wendy Kelly outside police station in Our Law

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Cornel Ozies


Cornel Ozies

Key Talent

Brevet Sgt Wendy Kelly

Brevet Sen. Sgt Revis Ryder

Daisy Ward, Yarnangu elder

Bernard Newberry, Yarnangu elder

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