AFP have asked the director of public prosecutions to assess the evidence gathered so far

Australian federal police have confirmed they believe at least one offence may have been committed when the media were tipped off about the raid on the Australian Workers’ Union headquarters in October.

The police said in Senate estimates on Friday material had been provided to the Commonwealth director of public prosecutions because they believed the law might have been breached in the incident that triggered the resignation of jobs minister Michaelia Cash’s senior media adviser, David De Garis.

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