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State-wide audit of prayer groups in state schools announced by government
Police and education chiefs today urged principals at more than 2200 government schools to call a dedicated hotline if they suspect extremist behaviour.
The memo headed "Advice for Principals - Anti-social and extremist behaviours" was co-signed by Police deputy commissioner Catherine Burn and the deputy secretary of school operations and performance Gregory Prior.
It follows Premier Mike Baird's announcement of a sweeping audit of prayer groups across the state school system amid fears they have been infiltrated by Islamic State-inspired ideology.
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