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Paddington PSPA revoked: Police locked down four streets

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Police have revoked an emergency declaration under the Public Safety Preservation Act (PSPA) in Paddington after taking a man into custody.

The man, who was allegedly making threats of self harm, left the Alma Street residence at around 3.45pm and was arrested without further incident.

Police thanked the community for their assistance and understanding.

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A PSPA has been declared in the Brisbane suburb of Paddington.
media_cameraA PSPA has been declared in the Brisbane suburb of Paddington.

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Police have made an emergency declaration under the Public Safety Preservation Act in Brisbane’s inner-west.

At 12.30pm today police were called to an address on Alma St, Paddington in relation to a man inside a home who is making threats of self harm

Specialist police are in attendance and officers are…



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