Police asked to investigate after a high court inquiry found the former judge had harassed six associates

Australian Capital Territory police have received no complaints or allegations against Dyson Heydon since a high court inquiry found he had harassed associates while a judge.

The ACT’s director of public prosecutions, Shane Drumgold, referred the Heydon allegations to ACT policing for investigation more than a month ago, following a week of revelations about the former high court justice.

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