Union boss and son targeted in police raids
Police raids are underway in Sydney targeting officials of the Construction, Forestry, Mining and Energy Union (CFMEU).
The Australian Federal Police are executing multiple search warrants across Sydney with the assistant of the NSW Police.
Police are raiding the Sydney headquarters of the CFMEU in Miller Street, Ultimo as well as a number of construction sites across the city.
The raids began early this morning and are ongoing. It is understood no arrests have been made.
The raids are understood to be targeting CFMEU NSW State Secretary Darren Greenfield and his son, Assistant Secretary Michael Greenfield.
An AFP spokesman said a Trade Union Task Force investigation has resulted in the execution of search warrants in Sydney today.
"As this remains an ongoing investigation, no further information can be provided at this time."
The CFMEU has declined to comment.
The CFMEU represents more than 100,000 construction workers around the country and more than 20,000 mining and energy workers.
Originally published as Union boss and son targeted in police raids