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K im Hollingsworth always wanted to be a police officer like her father. But along the way her career took a number of interesting turns — shop assistant, waitress in a Chinese restaurant, flower-seller, university student, model. None of the jobs paid much, and by the time she was 21, Kim was supplementing her income by working as a prostitute. A tall, willowy brunette she enhanced her popularity by having her teeth straightened, her nose bobbed and her breasts enlarged. Until last year, the closest she had come to fulfilling her real ambition was stripping for raucous policemen at a club function to raise money to send an Australian team to the Police Olympics.
In she applied to join the NSW Police Service, but — surprisingly, for someone in her line of work, a vegetarian who who neither drinks, smokes nor uses drugs — failed the physical agility test. Kim Hollingsworth thought it would be the start of her real life. Instead, it was the beginning of a nightmare in which she would be recruited as an undercover agent, called on to entrap and inform against 20 of her fellow officers, sacked and sent into exile, and wind up scared to even name the suburb in which she now lives for fear of reprisals from corrupt police and vice figures.
They were just criminals masquerading as police, and we had been given this lecture on how corruption would not be allowed. Now older she turned 30 this year and wiser, Kim has given up paid sex and stripping and decided to go public with her story because she feels she got a raw deal.
Her case went before the NSW Industrial Commission this week where she is claiming unfair dismissal from the police and asking for reinstatement. After agonising about it for several days, Kim complained to her superiors about the incident and a secret meeting was arranged at a Goulburn motel with two investigators from the Wood Royal Commission into Police Corruption which had then been running for about a year.
Kim agreed to be wired up with a tape-recorder, and to have a video camera installed in her Bondi apartment in a sting operation designed to catch the crooked police officer taking money. Serious minded. Very diligent. Great at research. The official reason is that she failed to disclose her background as a prostitute and stripper in her application to join the police. Her counsel, Mr Geoffrey Nicholson, QC, told Commissioner Peter Connor that the police knew her history, and that the real reason she was fired was for trying to expose corruption.