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NSW council rangers have the power to ID and even arrest you

Council Rangers, if they deem you have committed an offense, can ask you for your personal details, but not explicitly insist on sighting physical ID.  They can, however, insist on scanning your dog’s chip, so they can indirectly ID you.  … Continue reading

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