THERE are growing calls for Australia Day rioters to be charged by police.
And one Aboriginal leader said they must be taught a lesson, the Herald Sun reports.
Australian Federal Police are still assessing the ugly Canberra incident and are analysing television and news footage to help gather evidence for possible arrests.
But there is no current investigation into Prime Minister Julia Gillard's former media adviser Tony Hodges or ACT union official Kim Sattler, who leaked information that was used to fuel the protest.
The Herald Sun has learned Shadow Attorney-General George Brandis will today write to AFP Commissioner Tony Negus requesting an inquiry.
The fall-out from Thursday's protest that forced a dramatic police rescue of Ms Gillard and Opposition Leader Tony Abbott continues, and threatens to derail Labor's attempt to rebuild voter support.
The first Herald Sun Galaxy poll this year shows Labor has clawed back some ground on the Coalition since October, but would still be trounced if an election were held today.
Former ALP national president and Aboriginal leader Warren Mundine called for Australia Day trouble-makers to be charged to show violent protests were not on.
"The full force of the law should be whacked on them and the instigators shouldn't get away with this either," Mr Mundine said.
Aboriginal tent embassy co-founder Michael Anderson said he expected at least one protester to face questioning, but after viewing footage he thought the main aggressor "looked like one of those Occupy movement people".
He said the tent embassy was doing an internal investigation into leaked information used to fuel protests, and would hand results to police this week.
A police spokeswoman said no protest-related arrests had been made, but confirmed police were aware on Australia Day that information about Mr Abbott's location was leaked.
Ms Gillard said she was only made aware of a staff member's possible involvement in the scandal the following afternoon.
Mr Abbott said it was "the most serious security breach involving our nation's top leaders since the 1970s" and demanded an inquiry.
Read more at the Herald Sun.