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Crimes Regulations 1990

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SR 1990 No. 227 Regulations as amended, taking into account amendments up to Crimes Legislation (Consequential Amendments) Regulation 2015
Principal Regulations; Repeals the former Crimes Regulations.
Administered by: Attorney-General's
Registered 09 Jun 2015
Start Date 05 Jun 2015
End Date 30 Jun 2015
Table of contents.

Crimes Regulations 1990

Statutory Rules No. 227, 1990

made under the

Crimes Act 1914 and the Crimes Legislation Amendment (Serious and Organised Crime) Act 2010

Compilation No. 49

Compilation date:                              5 June 2015

Includes amendments up to:            SLI No. 76, 2015

Registered:                                         9 June 2015

 

About this compilation

This compilation

This is a compilation of the Crimes Regulations 1990 that shows the text of the law as amended and in force on 5 June 2015 (the compilation date).

This compilation was prepared on 5 June 2015.

The notes at the end of this compilation (the endnotes) include information about amending laws and the amendment history of provisions of the compiled law.

Uncommenced amendments

The effect of uncommenced amendments is not shown in the text of the compiled law. Any uncommenced amendments affecting the law are accessible on ComLaw (www.comlaw.gov.au). The details of amendments made up to, but not commenced at, the compilation date are underlined in the endnotes. For more information on any uncommenced amendments, see the series page on ComLaw for the compiled law.

Application, saving and transitional provisions for provisions and amendments

If the operation of a provision or amendment of the compiled law is affected by an application, saving or transitional provision that is not included in this compilation, details are included in the endnotes.

Modifications

If the compiled law is modified by another law, the compiled law operates as modified but the modification does not amend the text of the law. Accordingly, this compilation does not show the text of the compiled law as modified. For more information on any modifications, see the series page on ComLaw for the compiled law.

Self-repealing provisions

If a provision of the compiled law has been repealed in accordance with a provision of the law, details are included in the endnotes.

  

  

  


Contents

1............ Name of regulations............................................................................ 1

2............ Interpretation....................................................................................... 1

3............ Prescribed forms................................................................................. 1

4............ Optional forms.................................................................................... 1

4A......... Corresponding State controlled operations laws................................. 1

4B......... Requirements for indemnification—civil liability (Act s 15HB)......... 2

4BAA... ACC prescribed delegates (Act s 15HG and 15MX).......................... 3

4BAB.... Corresponding assumed identity law.................................................. 3

4C......... Requirements for indemnification—assumed identity (Act s 15KS)... 4

4D......... Corresponding witness identity protection law................................... 5

4E.......... Meaning of civil proceeding................................................................ 6

4F.......... Use of video recordings—specified persons....................................... 6

5............ Prescribed State pre‑release permit schemes....................................... 6

6............ Prescribed State and Territory orders.................................................. 8

6AA...... Offences for which a court may impose certain conditions (Act s 22) 9

6A......... Aboriginal legal aid organisations....................................................... 9

6B......... Appropriately qualified persons........................................................ 10

6D......... Prescribed persons—use or disclosure of information on DNA databases              10

6E.......... Corresponding laws—forensic procedures....................................... 10

7............ Specified circumstances—paragraph 85ZKB(2)(c) of the Act.......... 11

7A......... Exclusions from Divisions 2 and 3 of Part VIIC of Act (Act s 85ZZGB, 85ZZGC and 85ZZGD)        12

8............ Exclusions from Division 3 of Part VIIC of Act (Act s 85ZZH)...... 13

9............ Repeal............................................................................................... 14

10.......... Savings............................................................................................. 14

11.......... Transitional matters relating to the Crimes Legislation Amendment (Serious and Organised Crime) Act 2010      14

Schedule 1—Prescribed forms                                                                        17

Schedule 2—Optional forms                                                                            18

Schedule 3                                                                                                                           19

Form 1—Form for the purposes of section 16BA                                            19

Form 2—Warrant under section 19AS authorising the detention of a person    22

Form 3—Notice of revocation under subsection 19AU(2)                          24

Form 4—Warrant for arrest under subsection 19AV(2)                            25

Form 5—Warrant under subsection 19AW(1) authorising the detention of a person    26

Form 6—Warrant under subsection 19AW(2) authorising the remand of a person       28

Form 7—Order under paragraph 19AX(1)(b) for the detention of a person       29

Form 8—Notification of breach under subsection 19AX(2)                      30

Form 9—Summons under subsection 19AZ(2)                                                  31

Form 10—Order and recognisance under subsection 19B(1)                   32

Form 11—Order and recognisance under paragraph 20 (1)(a)              35

Form 12—Order and recognisance under paragraph 20 (1)(b)              38

Form 13—Warrant for arrest under subsection 20BF(3)                           41

Form 14—Warrant under subsection 20BF(5) authorising the detention of a person    42

Form 15—Warrant under subsection 20BF(6) authorising the remand of a person       43

Form 16—Warrant for arrest under subsection 20BM(3)                         44

Form 17—Warrant under subsection 20BM(5) authorising the detention of a person  45

Form 18—Warrant under subsection 20BM(6) authorising the remand of a person     46

Form 19—Summons under *paragraph 20BW(1)(a)/*section 20BY  47

Form 20—Warrant for arrest under *paragraph 20BW(1)(b)/*section 20BY   48

Form 21—Warrant of arrest under *subsection 20BW(2)/*section 20BY             49

Form 22—Certificate under subsection 21B(3)                                                 50

Schedule 3A—Aboriginal legal aid organisations                     51

Schedule 3B—Appropriately qualified persons                          52

Schedule 3C—Provisions of corresponding laws taken to correspond to particular Divisions of Part 1D of the Act                                      54

Schedule 4—Spent convictions—exclusions from privacy provisions        62

Schedule 5—Transitional matters relating to Crimes Legislation Amendment (Serious and Organised Crime) Act 2010                                  73

Part 1—Chief officers’ annual reports                                                                   73

Part 2—Pre‑commencement controlled operation                                           74

Part 3—Assumed identity authorisations—jurisdictions that are not participating jurisdictions            75

Endnotes                                                                                                                                    76

Endnote 1—About the endnotes                                                                            76

Endnote 2—Abbreviation key                                                                                77

Endnote 3—Legislation history                                                                             78

Endnote 4—Amendment history                                                                           82


1  Name of regulations

                   These regulations are the Crimes Regulations 1990.

2  Interpretation

                   In these regulations, unless the contrary intention appears:

the Act means the Crimes Act 1914.

3  Prescribed forms

                   The form in Schedule 3 referred to in Column 3 of an item in Schedule 1 is prescribed for the purposes of the provision of the Act specified in Column 2 of that item.

4  Optional forms

                   The form in Schedule 3 referred to in Column 3 of an item in Schedule 2 may be used for the purposes of the provision of the Act specified in Column 2 of that item.

4A  Corresponding State controlled operations laws

                   For the definition of corresponding State controlled operations law in section 15GC of the Act, the provisions mentioned in the following table are prescribed.

 

Corresponding State controlled operations laws

Item

Jurisdiction

Law

Provisions

1

New South Wales

Law Enforcement (Controlled Operations) Act 1997 (NSW)

All

2

Victoria

Crimes (Controlled Operations) Act 2004 (Vic.)

All

3

Queensland

Crime and Corruption Act 2001 (Qld)

Chapter 3, Part 6A

4

Queensland

Police Powers and Responsibilities Act 2000 (Qld)

Chapter 11

Chapter 24, Part 5, Divisions 1 and 3

5

Western Australia

Criminal Investigation (Covert Powers) Act 2012 (WA)

Part 2

6

Tasmania

Police Powers (Controlled Operations) Act 2006 (Tas.)

All

7

Australian Capital Territory

Crimes (Controlled Operations) Act 2008 (ACT)

All

4B  Requirements for indemnification—civil liability (Act s 15HB)

                   For paragraph 15HB(f) of the Act, the following requirements are specified:

                     (a)  the participant must notify the chief officer of the relevant agency in writing, and as soon as practicable, of:

                              (i)  any conduct that:

                                        (A)  in the course of duty, for a controlled operation, he or she engages in; and

                                        (B)  is likely to result in legal proceedings against the participant, or the Commonwealth; and

                             (ii)  any proceedings arising in relation to liability that he or she may have incurred because of the conduct;

                     (b)  in any proceedings, the participant must:

                              (i)  authorise the Commonwealth to control the conduct of the defence proceedings; and

                             (ii)  if the Commonwealth so requires, accept the Australian Government Solicitor or another nominated legal practitioner as his or her legal representative; and

                            (iii)  give, and authorise his or her legal representative to give, to the Commonwealth, all assistance and information required by the Commonwealth in relation to the conduct of the proceedings; and

                            (iv)  if an award of costs is made in his or her favour:

                                        (A)  take all steps directed by the Commonwealth to recover the award; and

                                        (B)  pay to the Commonwealth any recovered costs;

                     (c)  the participant must not make any written or oral agreement to settle the proceedings, in full or in part, unless the terms of the agreement have been approved by the chief officer.

4BAA  ACC prescribed delegates (Act s 15HG and 15MX)

                   For subparagraphs 15HG(5)(c)(ii) and 15MX(3)(c)(ii) of the Act, an SES employee who is a member of the staff of the ACC, within the meaning of section 47 of the Australian Crime Commission Act 2002, or any person occupying an equivalent or higher position in the ACC, is prescribed.

4BAB  Corresponding assumed identity law

                   For the definition of corresponding assumed identity law in section 15K of the Act, the provisions mentioned in the following table are prescribed.

 

Corresponding assumed identity laws

Item

Jurisdiction

Law

Provisions

1

New South Wales

Law Enforcement and National Security (Assumed Identities) Act 2010 (NSW)

All

2

Victoria

Crimes (Assumed Identities) Act 2004 (Vic.)

All

3

Queensland

Crime and Corruption Act 2001 (Qld)

Chapter 3, Part 6B

4

Queensland

Police Powers and Responsibilities Act 2000 (Qld)

Chapter 12

Chapter 24, Part 5, Divisions 1 and 4

5

Western Australia

Criminal Investigation (Covert Powers) Act 2012 (WA)

Part 3

6

South Australia

Criminal Investigation (Covert Operations) Act 2009 (SA)

Part 3

7

Tasmania

Police Powers (Assumed Identities) Act 2006 (Tas.)

All

8

Australian Capital Territory

Crimes (Assumed Identities) Act 2009 (ACT)

All

4C  Requirements for indemnification—assumed identity (Act s 15KS)

                   For paragraph 15KS(2)(c) of the Act, the following requirements are specified:

                     (a)  the authorised person must notify the chief officer of the relevant agency in writing, and as soon as practicable, of:

                              (i)  any conduct that:

                                        (A)  in the course of duty, he or she engages in in acquiring evidence of, or using, an assumed identity; and

                                        (B)  is likely to result in legal proceedings against the authorised person, or the Commonwealth; and

                             (ii)  any proceedings arising in relation to liability that he or she may have incurred because of the conduct;

                     (b)  in any proceedings, the authorised person must:

                              (i)  authorise the Commonwealth to control the conduct of the defence proceedings; and

                             (ii)  if the Commonwealth so requires, accept the Australian Government Solicitor or another nominated legal practitioner as his or her legal representative; and

                            (iii)  give to the Commonwealth, and authorise his or her legal representative to give to the Commonwealth, all assistance and information required by the Commonwealth in relation to the conduct of the proceedings; and

                            (iv)  if an award of costs is made in his or her favour:

                                        (A)  take all steps directed by the Commonwealth to recover the award; and

                                        (B)  pay to the Commonwealth any recovered costs;

                     (c)  the authorised person must not make any written or oral agreement to settle the proceedings, in full or in part, unless the terms of the agreement have been approved by the chief officer.

4D  Corresponding witness identity protection law

                   For the definition of corresponding witness identity protection law in subsection 15M(1) of the Act, the provisions mentioned in the following table are prescribed.

 

Corresponding witness identity protection laws

Item

Jurisdiction

Law

Provisions

1

Victoria

Evidence (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act 1958 (Vic.)

Part IIAA and sections 161 and 162

2

Queensland

Evidence Act 1977 (Qld)

Part 2, Division 5

3

Western Australia

Criminal Investigation (Covert Powers) Act 2012 (WA)

Part 4

4

South Australia

Criminal Investigation (Covert Operations) Act 2009 (SA)

Part 4

5

Tasmania

Witness (Identity Protection) Act 2006 (Tas.)

All

4E  Meaning of civil proceeding

                   For paragraph 15MB(2)(d) of the Act, each of the following is prescribed:

                     (a)  an application for a restraining order under Part 2‑1 of the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002;

                     (b)  an examination conducted under Part 3‑1 of the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002.

4F  Use of video recordings—specified persons

                   For paragraph 15YM(1)(a) of the Act, a member of a police force, or other law enforcement agency, of a foreign country is specified.

5  Prescribed State pre‑release permit schemes

             (1)  For subsection 19AZD(3) of the Act, the pre‑release permit schemes mentioned in the table are prescribed.

 

Item

Pre‑release permit scheme

Law under which scheme is made

1

Scheme for releasing a prisoner under a release to work order or a home detention order

Part 1 of Chapter 5 of the Corrective Services Act 2000 of Queensland

2

Scheme for releasing a prisoner under a work release order

Part 4 of the Sentence Administration Act 1995 of Western Australia

3

Scheme for releasing a prisoner under a home detention order

Part 5 of the Sentence Administration Act 1995 of Western Australia

4

Scheme for releasing a prisoner under a re‑entry release order

Part 4 of the Sentence Administration Act 2003 of Western Australia

5

Scheme for releasing a prisoner to serve a period of home detention

Division 6A of Part 4 of the Correctional Services Act 1982 of South Australia

Note:          Some of the laws mentioned in the table have been repealed but the prescribed schemes continue to have some effect under transitional provisions.

             (2)  A federal offender who is a non‑citizen is not eligible to participate in a pre‑release permit scheme prescribed in subregulation (1) if participation would result in the offender:

                     (a)  becoming an unlawful non‑citizen; and

                     (b)  being liable to detention and removal from Australia under the Migration Act 1958.

             (3)  A federal offender who is subject to a deportation order under the Migration Act 1958 is not eligible to participate in a pre‑release permit scheme prescribed in subregulation (1) if participation would make the offender liable for detention and deportation from Australia under that Act.

             (4)  A person convicted of a federal offence is not eligible to participate in the pre‑release permit scheme mentioned in item 3 of the table in subregulation (1) if the person is subject to a recognizance release order in relation to the offence.

6  Prescribed State and Territory orders

                   For section 20AB of the Act, the orders mentioned in the table are prescribed.

 

Item

Prescribed order

Law under which order is made

1

Home detention order

Part 2 of the Crimes (Sentencing Procedure) Act 1999 of New South Wales

2

Intensive correction order

(a) Section 7 of the Crimes (Sentencing Procedure) Act 1999 of New South Wales; or

(b) Division 6 of Part 4 of the Fines Act 1996 of New South Wales

3

Community correction order

Part 3A of the Sentencing Act 1991 of Victoria

4

Intensive correction order

Part 6 of the Penalties and Sentences Act 1992 of Queensland

5

Community based order

Part 9 of the Sentencing Act 1995 of Western Australia

6

Intensive supervision order

Part 10 of the Sentencing Act 1995 of Western Australia

7

Good behaviour order

Part 3.3 of the Crimes (Sentencing) Act 2005 of the Australian Capital Territory

8

Home detention order

Chapter 2 of the Rehabilitation of Offenders (Interim) Act 2001 of the Australian Capital Territory

9

Order setting a period of a sentence of imprisonment to be served by periodic detention

Crimes (Sentencing) Act 2005 of the Australian Capital Territory

10

Community based order

Division 4A of Part 3 of the Sentencing Act (NT)

11

Community custody order

Subdivision 2A of Division 5 of Part 3 of the Sentencing Act (NT)

12

Community work order

Division 4 of Part 3 of the Sentencing Act (NT)

13

Home detention order

Subdivision 2 of Division 5 of Part 3 of the Sentencing Act (NT)

Note:          Some of the laws mentioned in the table have been repealed but the prescribed orders continue to have some effect under transitional provisions.

6AA  Offences for which a court may impose certain conditions (Act s 22)

                   For paragraph 22(1)(b) of the Act, indictable offences against the Australian Passports Act 2005 and the Foreign Passports (Law Enforcement and Security) Act 2005 are prescribed.

6A  Aboriginal legal aid organisations

                   For the purposes of subsection 23B(1) of the Act, an organisation specified in Schedule 3A is identified as an Aboriginal legal aid organisation.

6B  Appropriately qualified persons

             (1)  For paragraph (b) of the definition of appropriately qualified in section 23WA of the Act, a person mentioned in an item in Schedule 3B is qualified to carry out the forensic procedure mentioned in that item.

             (2)  In Schedule 3B, a reference to a forensic scientist or forensic technician is a reference to a person engaged (whether as an employee or otherwise) in that capacity by:

                     (a)  the Australian Federal Police; or

                     (b)  the police force or police service of a State or Territory.

6D  Prescribed persons—use or disclosure of information on DNA databases

                   For the purposes of paragraphs 23YDAE(2)(d) and 23YO(2)(a) and (d) of the Act, a person is prescribed if:

                     (a)  the person is engaged or employed by a forensic laboratory that is accredited with the National Association of Testing Authorities of Australia; and

                     (b)  in that capacity, the person provides forensic services to law enforcement officers of the Commonwealth, a State or a Territory.

6E  Corresponding laws—forensic procedures

             (1)  For the purposes of the definition of corresponding law in section 23YUA of the Act, the following laws are prescribed:

                     (a)  the Crimes (Forensic Procedures) Act 2000 of New South Wales;

                     (b)  Subdivision (30A) of Division 1 of Part 3 of the Crimes Act 1958 of Victoria;

                   (ba)  Chapter 17 of the Police Powers and Responsibilities Act 2000 of Queensland;

                   (bb)  Part 2A of, and Schedules 1 and 7 to, the Police Powers and Responsibilities Regulation 2000 of Queensland;

                     (c)  the Criminal Investigation (Identifying People) Act 2002 of Western Australia;

                     (d)  the Criminal Law (Forensic Procedures) Act 2007 (SA);

                     (e)  the Forensic Procedures Act 2000 of Tasmania;

                      (f)  the Crimes (Forensic Procedures) Act 2000 of the Australian Capital Territory;

                     (g)  Division 7 of Part VII of the Police Administration Act of the Northern Territory.

             (2)  In particular, and without limiting the generality of subregulation (1), the provisions of corresponding laws mentioned in an item in Schedule 3C are taken to substantially correspond to the provision of Part 1D of the Act mentioned in that item.

7  Specified circumstances—paragraph 85ZKB(2)(c) of the Act

                   For the purposes of paragraph 85ZKB(2)(c) of the Act, the following circumstances are specified:

                     (a)  in relation to the advertising, displaying, offering for sale or sale of an apparatus or device, where the apparatus or device:

                              (i)  is advertised, displayed or offered for sale; or

                             (ii)  is sold;

                            for a purpose related to interception of communications that is not in contravention of subsection 7(1) of the Telecommunications (Interception) Act 1979 because of subsection 6(3) or 7(2) of that Act;

                     (b)  in relation to the manufacture or possession of an apparatus or device, where the apparatus or device:

                              (i)  is manufactured; or

                             (ii)  is in the possession of a person;

                            for a purpose related to a circumstance specified in paragraph (a);

                     (c)  in relation to the manufacture of an apparatus or device, where the apparatus or device is manufactured for a purpose related to interception by a person in the course of the person’s duties relating to interception of communications passing over a telecommunications system (being a telecommunications system within the meaning of the Telecommunications (Interception) Act 1979), that is interception of communications otherwise than in contravention of subsection 7(1) of that Act;

                     (d)  in relation to the manufacture, sale or possession of an apparatus or device, where the apparatus or device is to be exported from Australia;

                     (e)  in relation to the manufacture, offering for sale, sale or possession of an apparatus or device, where the apparatus or device:

                              (i)  is manufactured; or

                             (ii)  is offered for sale; or

                            (iii)  is sold; or

                            (iv)  is in the possession of a person;

                            for a purpose related to the use of a listening device under Division 1A of Part XII of the Customs Act 1901, Division 2 of Part II of the Australian Federal Police Act 1979, Division 2 of Part III of the Australian Security Intelligence Organization Act 1979 or a law of a State or Territory;

                      (f)  in relation to the possession of an apparatus or device, where the possession of the apparatus or device is related to the person’s duties relating to the investigation or prosecution of offences under the Telecommunications (Interception) Act 1979 or Part VIIB of the Crimes Act 1914.

7A  Exclusions from Divisions 2 and 3 of Part VIIC of Act (Act s 85ZZGB, 85ZZGC and 85ZZGD)

                   For sections 85ZZGB, 85ZZGC and 85ZZGD of the Act, each law mentioned in an item in the following table is prescribed for each person or body mentioned in the item.

 

Prescribed persons, bodies and laws

Item

Prescribed person or body

Prescribed law

1

Office of the Children’s Guardian

Child Protection (Working with Children) Act 2012 (NSW)

2

Secretary to the Department of Justice

Working with Children Act 2005 (Vic.)

3

Chief executive officer of the Public Safety Business Agency

Working with Children (Risk Management and Screening) Act 2000 (Qld)

4

Queensland College of Teachers

Education (Queensland College of Teachers) Act 2005 (Qld)

5

Chief Executive Officer of the Department for Child Protection

Working with Children (Criminal Record Checking) Act 2004 (WA)

6

Department for Communities and Social Inclusion Screening Unit

Children’s Protection Regulations 2010 (SA)

6A

Registrar

Registration to Work with Vulnerable People Act 2013 (Tas.)

7

Australian Capital Territory Office of Regulatory Services Background Screening Unit

Working with Vulnerable People (Background Checking) Act 2011 (ACT)

8

Screening Authority

Care and Protection of Children Act 2007 (NT)

Note:          The Northern Territory’s Screening Authority is known as SAFE NT.

8  Exclusions from Division 3 of Part VIIC of Act (Act s 85ZZH)

             (1)  For the purposes of paragraph 85ZZH(k) of the Act, the persons and bodies specified in column 2 of Schedule 4 are prescribed for the purposes, and in relation to convictions for the offences, respectively specified in columns 3 and 4 of that Schedule in relation to those persons and bodies.

             (2)  In Schedule 4, drug offence means an offence constituted by the production, possession, supply, importation or export of a substance that is:

                     (a)  a narcotic substance within the meaning of the Customs Act 1901; or

                     (b)  a drug within the meaning given by:

                              (i)  subregulation 9A(1) of the Customs (Prohibited Exports) Regulations 1958; or

                             (ii)  subregulation 5(20) of the Customs (Prohibited Imports) Regulations 1956.

             (3)  In Schedule 4, designated offence has the meaning given by section 85ZL of the Act.

9  Repeal

                   Statutory Rules 1982 No. 296, 1985 No. 179, 1987 No. 43 and 1990 Nos. 32 and 156 are repealed.

10  Savings

                   Nothing in these Regulations affects the operation of an order made before the commencement of these Regulations under section 20AB of the Act.

11  Transitional matters relating to the Crimes Legislation Amendment (Serious and Organised Crime) Act 2010

             (1)  For item 19 of Part 3 of Schedule 4 to the Amendment Act, Part 1 of Schedule 5 has effect.

             (2)  For subitem 17(1) of Part 3 of Schedule 3 and item 19 of Part 3 of Schedule 4 to the Amendment Act, Part 2 of Schedule 5 has effect for a pre‑commencement controlled operation.

             (3)  For item 19 of Part 3 of Schedule 4 and subitem 20(1) of Part 3 of Schedule 3 to the Amendment Act, Part 3 of Schedule 5 has effect for the continued operation of Part IAC of the Act under subitem 20(1) of Part 3 of Schedule 3 to the Amendment Act for a jurisdiction that is not a participating jurisdiction.

             (4)  For the definition of State controlled operations law in item 16 of Schedule 3 to the Amendment Act, the provisions mentioned in the following table, as in force when the person engaged in the conduct mentioned in item 12, or the ancillary conduct mentioned in item 14, of that Schedule, are prescribed.

 

Item

Jurisdiction

Law

Provisions

1

New South Wales

Law Enforcement (Controlled Operations) Act 1997

All

2

Victoria

Crimes Act 1958

Sections 68(2), 194(5) and 195A(5)

3

Victoria

Crimes (Controlled Operations) Act 2004

All

4

Victoria

Drugs, Poisons and Controlled Substances Act 1981

Section 51

5

Victoria

Fisheries Act 1995

Section 110A and Part 7A

6

Victoria

Gambling Regulation Act 2003

Section 2.6.8

7

Victoria

Lotteries Gaming and Betting Act 1966

Section 80

8

Victoria

Prostitution Control Act 1994

Section 14(2)

9

Victoria

Summary Offences Act 1966

Section 58

10

Victoria

Vagrancy Act 1966

Section 17

11

Victoria

Wildlife Act 1975

Section 63 and Part IX

12

Queensland

Crime and Corruption Act 2001 (previously called the Crime and Misconduct Act 2001)

Chapter 3, Part 6A

13

Queensland

Police Powers and Responsibilities Act 2000

Chapter 11

Chapter 24, Part 5, Divisions 1 and 3

14

South Australia

Criminal Investigation (Covert Operations) Act 2009

Parts 1 and 2, clause 3 of Schedule 1

15

South Australia

Criminal Law (Undercover Operations) Act 1995

All

16

Western Australia

Corruption and Crime Commission Act 2003

Part 4, Division 5; Part 6, Division 4 and section 185

17

Western Australia

Misuse of Drugs Act 1981

Section 31

18

Western Australia

Prostitution Act 2000

Section 35

19

Tasmania

Police Powers (Controlled Operations) Act 2006

All

20

Australian Capital Territory

Crimes (Controlled Operations) Act 2008

All

21

Northern Territory

Misuse of Drugs Act

Section 32

             (5)  In this regulation:

Amendment Act means the Crimes Legislation Amendment (Serious and Organised Crime) Act 2010.

participating jurisdiction has the meaning given by subitem 20(2) of Part 3 of Schedule 3 to the Amendment Act.

pre‑commencement controlled operation has the meaning given by subitem 17 (2) of Part 3 of Schedule 3 to the Amendment Act.


Schedule 1Prescribed forms

(regulation 3)

  

 

Column 1

Item No.

Column 2

Provision of the Act

Column 3

Number of form

1

Section 16BA

1

2

Subsection 19AU(2)

3

3

Subsection 19AV(2)

4

4

Subsection 19AW(1)

5

Schedule 2Optional forms

(regulation 4)

  

 

Column 1

Item No.

Column 2

Provision of the Act

Column 3

Number of form

1

Subsection 19AS(1)

  2

2

Subsection 19AW(2)

  6

3

Paragraph 19AX(1)(b)

  7

4

Subsection 19AX(2)

  8

5

Subsection 19AZ(2)

  9

6

Section 19B

10

7

Paragraph 20(1)(a)

11

8

Paragraph 20(1)(b)

12

9

Paragraph 20BF(3)(b)

13

10

Subsection 20BF(5)

14

11

Subsection 20BF(6)

15

12

Paragraph 20BM(3)(b)

16

13

Subsection 20BM(5)

17

14

Subsection 20BM(6)

18

15

Paragraph 20BW(1)(a)

19

16

Paragraph 20BW(1)(b)

20

17

Subsection 20BW(2)

21

18

Subsection 21B(3)

22

Schedule 3 

Form 1Form for the purposes of section 16BA

(Front of Form)

Commonwealth of Australia

Crimes Act 1914

FORM FOR THE PURPOSES OF SECTION 16BA

*Branch Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions

*Regional Office of the Attorney‑General’s Department

1

2

TO:

You are charged with the following federal *offence/*offences:

       (i)                                          3;

       (ii)                                         3;

before the                                    4 .

Information for Defendant

1.    The list on the back of this document gives particulars of                    5 other *offence/*offences which you are believed to have committed.

2.    If you are convicted of *the charge/*any of the charges mentioned above and before sentence is passed, you may:

     (a)     if:

                  (i)     the court decides; and

                 (ii)     the prosecution agrees;

admit all or any of the offences specified on the back of this document; and

     (b)     ask that any of those offences that you have admitted be taken into account by the court in passing sentence for the *offence/*offences of which you have been convicted.

3.    If you are convicted and the court does take any of the offences that you have admitted into account, the maximum sentence that may be passed upon you for *the offence/*any offence of which you have been convicted will still be the maximum penalty that the court could have imposed on you for the offence if no other offence had been taken into account.

4.    If the court takes an offence that you have admitted into account, the court may make such orders about reparation, restitution, compensation, costs and forfeiture as it could have made if you had been convicted before the court of the offence, but will not impose any other punishment for the offence.

5.    No proceedings may be taken or continued against you for an offence taken into account by the court in respect of a conviction unless the conviction in respect of which the offence has been taken into account has been quashed or set aside.

6.    If, in the circumstances mentioned in paragraph 5:

     (a)     proceedings are taken or continued against you for an offence that you have admitted; or

     (b)     if the court does not for any reason take anyone or more of the offences that you have admitted into account;

your admission cannot be used as evidence against you in any proceedings taken or continued for the offence about which the admission was made or for any other offence listed on the back of this document.

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7

*Director of Public Prosecutions/*A person authorised by the Director of Public Prosecutions under subsection 16BA (1) of the Crimes Act 1901/*A person appointed under section 69 of the Judiciary Act 1903

8

Acknowledgment

I,                                 2 , acknowledge receipt of a copy of this document.

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8

CERTIFICATE

This is to certify that in passing sentence on                                            2

                                                                               for the *offence/*offences listed above

of                                            which                                                      2 has

been convicted, the court has taken into account the *offence/*offences admitted by            2 which are         numbered

                                    10 in the list on the back of this document.

Dated                          8 .

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*Judge of                                4/*Magistrate

(Back of Form)

Crimes Act 1914, section 16BA

Federal offences which you are believed to have committed

 

Item
number

Place where offence was committed

Date of
offence

Brief description of offence

 

 

 

 

 

 

1        insert address

2        insert name of defendant

3        insert details of offences

4        insert name of court

5        insert number of offences listed

6        signature of the Director of Public Prosecutions, person authorised by the Director of Public Prosecutions under subsection 16BA (1) of the Crimes Act 1914 or person appointed under section 69 of the Judiciary Act 1903

7        insert full name of person authorised by the Director of Public Prosecutions under subsection 16BA (1) of the Crimes Act 1914 or of person appointed under section 69 of the Judiciary Act 1903

8        insert date

9        signature of defendant

10       insert the number of each offence taken into account

11       signature of judge or magistrate

*       omit if inapplicable

Form 2Warrant under section 19AS authorising the detention of a person

Commonwealth of Australia

Crimes Act 1914

WARRANT UNDER SECTION 19AS AUTHORISING THE DETENTION OF A PERSON

TO: *all members and special members of the Australian Federal Police:/*all members of the police force of              1:

AND to the officer in charge of                                                                         2 in 1 :

I,                                                            3 , *a Judge of                                         4/*Magistrate:

    (a)      under paragraph 19AS (1) (c) of the Crimes Act 1914 authorise those members in               1 to take 5 to          2 in          1 and deliver *him/*her to the officer in charge of that prison, together with this warrant; and

    (b)      authorise the officer in charge of                              2 in                          1 to receive     5 into your custody and imprison *him/*her for the *term/*terms of the *sentence/*sentences of imprisonment specified in the Schedule.

This warrant is issued because                                         5 is a person:

    (a)      who is serving or is to serve a federal sentence within the meaning of Part 1B of the Crimes Act 1914; and

    (b)      who was released on parole or licence under that Act; and

     (c)      whose parole or licence is taken to have been revoked under section 19AQ of that Act, because one or more further federal State or Territory sentences have been imposed on *him/*her; and

    (d)      who has become liable under section 19AQ to serve the part of each of the sentences referred to in paragraph (a) that *he/*she had not served at the time of *his/*her release.

SCHEDULE

DETAILS OF *SENTENCE/*SENTENCES TO BE SERVED

1.                                                             6

2.

                             3.

Dated                                       7.

8

*Judge of                                              4/*Magistrate

1     insert State or Territory

2     insert name of prison

3     insert full name of judge or magistrate

4     insert name of court

5     insert full name of person

6        insert details of each outstanding sentence commencing with the longest outstanding sentence

7        insert date

8     signature of judge or magistrate.

 *    omit if inapplicable

Form 3Notice of revocation under subsection 19AU(2)

Commonwealth of Australia

Crimes Act 1914

NOTICE OF REVOCATION UNDER SUBSECTION 19AU (2)

To                                             1, a person to whom *a parole order under section 19AL/* a licence under section 19AP of the Crimes Act 1914 relates:

I,                                                2, Attorney‑General of the Commonwealth of Australia, under subsection 19AU (2) of the Crimes Act 1914 notify you that:

  *(a)      you have not complied with the following *condition/*conditions of your *parole order/*licence:

                  (i)                         3; and

                 (ii)                         3; and

  *(a)      I have reasonable grounds to suspect that you have not complied with the following *condition/*conditions of your *parole order/*licence:

   (i)                          3; and

                 (ii)                          3; and

    (b)      I propose to revoke that *parole order/*licence at the end of 14 days after the date of this notice unless:

                  (i)      you give me reasons, in writing, why the *parole order/*licence should not be revoked; and

                 (ii)      I accept those reasons.

This notice has been issued because

*                                                             1 failed to comply with *a condition/*conditions of the *parole order/*licence during the *parole period/*licence period.

* there are reasonable grounds for suspecting that                                     1 has failed to comply with *a condition/*conditions of the *parole order/*licence during the *parole period/*licence period.

Dated                                       4.

5

Attorney‑General

1     insert full name of person

2     insert full name of Attorney‑General

3     list details of each condition which has allegedly been breached

4     insert date

5     signature of Attorney‑General

*    omit if inapplicable

Form 4Warrant for arrest under subsection 19AV(2)

Commonwealth of Australia

Crimes Act 1914

WARRANT FOR ARREST UNDER SUBSECTION 19AV (2)

TO: *all members and special members of the Australian Federal Police:/*all members of the police force of            1:

I,                                                         2 ,                            , a prescribed authority within the meaning of the Crimes Act 1914, under subsection 19AV (2) of that Act, authorise and request you to arrest                              4 and bring *him/*her, as soon as practicable, before a magistrate in the *State/*Territory in which *he/*she is arrested to be dealt with according to law.

This warrant is issued because:

   (a)     the *Attorney‑General/*Director of Public Prosecutions has applied under subsection 19AV (2) of the Crimes Act 1914 for the issue of this warrant; and

   (b)     I am satisfied that the *parole order/*licence relating to              4 has been revoked under subsection 19AU (2) of that Act.

Dated                        5.

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3

1     insert State or Territory

2     insert full name of prescribed authority

3     designation of prescribed authority

4     insert full name of person to whom warrant relates

5     insert date

6     signature of prescribed authority

*    omit if inapplicable

Form 5Warrant under subsection 19AW(1) authorising the detention of a person

Commonwealth of Australia

Crimes Act 1914

WARRANT UNDER SUBSECTION 19AW (1) AUTHORISING THE DETENTION OF A PERSON

TO: *all members and special members of the Australian Federal Police:/*all members of the police force of            1:

AND to the officer in charge of                      2 in                                     1:

I,                                                       3,                                                       4, a prescribed authority under Part 1B of the Crimes Act 1914:

   (a)     under paragraph 19AW (1) (d) of that Act authorise those members in                       1 to take           5 to         2 in                                                        1 and deliver *him/*her to the officer in charge of that prison, together with this warrant; and

   (b)     under paragraph 19AW (1) (e) of that Act authorise the officer in charge of   2 in       1 to receive

                                    5 into your custody and imprison *him/*her for the *term/*terms of the *sentence/*sentences of imprisonment specified in the Schedule*./*; and

*(c)     under paragraph 19AW (1) (f) of that Act fix the non‑parole period in respect of the                                *sentence/*sentences               at                     6.

This warrant is issued because:

   (a)     the Attorney‑General acting under subsection 19AU (2) of the Crimes Act 1914 has revoked the *parole order/*licence relating to                                                           5; and

   (b)     I am satisfied that:

             (i)                   5 is the person named in that revocation order; and

                          (ii)                   5 was notified by the Attorney‑General of the proposal to make the revocation order; and

           (iii)     the revocation order is still in force.

SCHEDULE

DETAILS OF *SENTENCE/*SENTENCES TO BE SERVED

7

Dated                        8.

9

4

1     insert State or Territory

2     insert name of prison77

3     insert full name of prescribed authority

4     insert designation of prescribed authority

5     insert full name of person

6     insert length of non‑parole period

7     insert details of each sentence

8     insert date

9     signature of prescribed authority

*    omit if inapplicable

Form 6Warrant under subsection 19AW(2) authorising the remand of a person

Commonwealth of Australia

Crimes Act 1914

WARRANT UNDER SUBSECTION 19AW (2) AUTHORISING THE REMAND OF A PERSON

TO: *all members and special members of the Australian Federal Police:/*all members of the police force of            1:

AND to the officer in charge of                        2 in                            1:

I,                      3,                          4, a prescribed authority under Part 1B of the Crimes Act 1914:

   (a)     under subsection 19AW (2) of that Act authorise those members in    1 to take           5 to       2 in               1

and deliver *him/*her to the officer in charge of that prison, together with this warrant; and

   (b)     authorise the officer in charge of                               2 in                   1

to receive                                5 into your custody and keep *him/*her until    6 when you are to have            5

brought before this Court at              7.

This warrant is issued because:

   (a)     a hearing under subsection 19AW (1) of the Crimes Act 1914 is not completed; and

   (b)     I am satisfied that it is necessary to remand                    5 in custody.

Dated                                    8.

9

4

1     insert State or Territory

2     insert name of prison

3     insert full name of prescribed authority

4     insert designation of prescribed authority

5     insert full name of person

6     insert time and date

7     insert address of court

8     insert date

9     signature of prescribed authority

*    omit if inapplicable

Form 7Order under paragraph 19AX(1)(b) for the detention of a person

Commonwealth of Australia

Crimes Act 1914

ORDER UNDER PARAGRAPH 19AX (1) (b) FOR THE DETENTION OF A PERSON

TO: *all members and special members of the Australian Federal Police:/*all members of the police force of            1:

AND to the officer in charge of                          2                  in                  1:

I,                                             3,                                               4, a prescribed authority under Part 1B of the Crimes Act 1914:

   (a)     under paragraph 19AX (1) (b) of that Act authorise those members  in           1 to take           5 to       2

in                            1 and deliver *him/*her to the officer in charge of that prison, together with this warrant; and

   (b)     authorise the officer in charge of                      2 in                1 to receive        5 into your custody and detain *him/*her until:

           (i)     the Attorney‑General orders that the revocation order under subsection 19AV (2) of that Act be rescinded; or

          (ii)     until the completion of proceedings under subsection 19AW (1) of that Act.

This warrant is issued because:

   (a)     the Attorney‑General acting under subsection 19AU (2) of the Crimes Act 1914 has revoked the *parole order/*licence relating to                                                                  5; and

   (b)     I am satisfied that                                5 is the person named in that revocation order; and

   (c)     I am not satisfied that                     5 was notified by the Attorney‑General of the proposal to make the revocation order.

Dated                 6.

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4

1     insert State or Territory

2     insert name of prison

3     insert full name of prescribed authority

4     insert designation of prescribed authority

5     insert full name of person

6     insert date

7     signature of prescribed authority

*    omit if inapplicable

Form 8Notification of breach under subsection 19AX(2)

Commonwealth of Australia

Crimes Act 1914

NOTIFICATION OF BREACH UNDER SUBSECTION 19AX (2)

TO:                                                           1, a person subject to a revocation order under subsection 19AU (2) of the Crimes Act 1914:

I,                                                               2, Attorney‑General of the Commonwealth of Australia, under subsection 19AX (2) of the Crimes Act 1914 notify you that:

  *(a)      you have not complied with the following *condition/*conditions of your *parole order/*licence:

                  (i)                                         3; and

                 (ii)                                         3; and

  *(a)      I have reasonable grounds to suspect that you have not complied with the following *condition/*conditions of your *parole order/*licence:

                  (i)                                         3; and

                 (ii)                                         3; and

    (b)      I propose to revoke that *parole order/*licence at the end of 14 days after the date of this notice unless:

                  (i)      you give me reasons, in writing, why the *parole order/*licence should not be revoked; and

                 (ii)      I accept those reasons.

This notice has been issued because:

    (a)      I have been notified by                                           4, a prescribed authority under

Part 1B of the Crimes Act 1914  that                          1 has been brought before *him/*her; and

    (b)                                   4 is not satisfied that                              1 was notified by me that I proposed to make the revocation order under subsection 19AU (2) of that Act.

Dated                     5.

6

Attorney‑General

1        insert full name of person

2     insert full name of Attorney‑General

3     list details of each condition which has allegedly been breached

4     insert  full name and designation of prescribed authority

5     insert date

6     signature of Attorney‑General

*    omit if inapplicable

Form 9Summons under subsection 19AZ(2)

Commonwealth of Australia

Crimes Act 1914

SUMMONS UNDER SUBSECTION 19AZ (2)

TO:                                1

You are summoned under subsection 19AZ (2) of the Crimes Act 1914 to appear before the 2 at       3

                        at                                   4 and to attend from day to day, unless you are excused or released from attendance, to give evidence *and/*to produce the following *documents/*and/*articles:

5

1.

5.

2.

Dated                                    6.

7

8

1     insert name and address of witness

2     insert name of court

3     insert address of court

4     insert time and date

5     insert details of documents or articles

6     insert date

7     signature of prescribed authority

8     designation of prescribed authority

*    omit if inapplicable

____________________________________________________________

Note   If you are served with a summons under subsection 19AZ (2) of the Crimes Act 1914 and have been paid or offered a reasonable sum for your expenses and then fail to attend as required by the summons, you are guilty of an offence and are liable, on conviction, to a fine not exceeding $1,000.

Form 10Order and recognisance under subsection 19B(1)

Commonwealth of Australia

Crimes Act 1914

ORDER AND RECOGNISANCE UNDER SUBSECTION 19B (1)

IN THE                                                 1

AT                                                         2

IN THE *STATE OF                              3

BETWEEN:

(*Informant/*Appellant)

‑and‑

(*Defendant/*Respondant)

ORDER

THE COURT DISCHARGES the *defendant/*appellant under section 19B of the Crimes Act  1914 without  proceeding to conviction upon the *defendant/ *appellant giving security *with *surety/*sureties of $      4 by

recognisance of $                        5 to comply with the following conditions:

   (a)     that the *defendant/*appellant is to be of good behaviour for          6 *months/*years; and

   (b)     that the *defendant/*appellant is to *make reparation/*make restitution/*pay compensation of $         7 to       8 *by                                                        9;/

*by instalments of $                              10; and

   (c)     that the *defendant/*appellant is to pay costs of this prosecution for the *offence/*offences specified below of $                                                              7 to         8 *by                9;/

*by instalments of $                                10; and

   (d)     that the *defendant/*appellant is to comply with the following further conditions:

             (i)                                           11;

            (ii)                                           11.

This Order has been issued because

*   the appellant,                                    12 of                                             13

appealed to this court against the *sentence/*conviction and sentence imposed by the       2 Magistrates’ Court

on                        14 in respect of the following federal *offence/*offences:

             (i)                                           15; and

            (ii)                                           15; and

*   the defendant,                                 12, was charged with the following federal *offence/*offences:

             (i)                                             15; and

            (ii)                                             15; and

the court is satisfied that the *charge is/*charges are proved, but is of the opinion, having regard to:

   (a)     the character, antecedents, age, health or mental condition of the person; or

   (b)     the extent to which the *offence is/*offences are of a trivial nature; or

   (c)     the extent to which the *offence was/*offences were committed under extenuating circumstances;

that

*   it is inexpedient to inflict *any punishment/*any punishment other than a nominal punishment.

*   it is expedient to release the *defendant/*appellant on probation.

Dated                               14.

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*Judge of                                                                 1/*Magistrate/*Registrar

of                       1/*Clerk of                                      1/*Justice of the Peace

RECOGNISANCE

I,                                        12, the *defendant/*appellant:

   (a)     have had explained to me:

             (i)     the purpose and effect of this Order; and

            (ii)     the consequences that may follow if I fail, without reasonable excuse, to comply with the conditions of this Order; and

           (iii)     that this Order may be discharged or varied under section 20AA of the Crimes Act 1914; and

   (b)     agree that I am bound in accordance with this Order; and

   (c)     agree that I have been given a copy of this Order.

Dated                                      14.

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Before me:

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*Registrar of                       1/*Clerk of                     1/*Justice of the Peace

UNDERTAKING BY *SURETY/*SURETIES

I undertake to pay to the Commonwealth of Australia the amount specified in this Order if the *defendant/*appellant fails to comply with a condition of this Order.

I agree that I have been given a copy of this Order.

First Surety:                                                                            19

              Name:                                                                       20

Address:                                                                     21

Second Surety:                                                                      22

              Name:                                                                       23

Address:                                                                     24

1     insert name of court

2     insert location of court

3     insert State or Territory

4     insert amount of surety or sureties

5     insert amount of recognisance

6     insert period

7        insert amount

8     insert to whom amount is to be paid

9     insert date by which amount must be paid

10    insert details of instalments

11    insert details of further conditions

12    insert name of defendant or appellant

13    insert address of appellant

14      insert date

15    insert details of offences

16      signature of judge, magistrate, registrar, clerk or justice of the peace

17    insert signature of defendant or appellant

18    signature of registrar, clerk or justice of the peace

19    signature of first surety

20    insert full name of first surety

21    insert address of first surety

22    signature of second surety

23    insert full name of second surety

24    insert address of second surety

*    omit if inapplicable

Form 11Order and recognisance under paragraph 20 (1)(a)

Commonwealth of Australia

Crimes Act 1914

ORDER AND RECOGNISANCE UNDER PARAGRAPH 20 (1) (a)

IN THE                                                                    1

AT                                                         2

IN THE *STATE OF                              3

BETWEEN:

(*Informant/*Appellant)

‑and‑

(*Defendant/*Respondant)

ORDER

THE COURT ORDERS the release of the *defendant/*appellant under paragraph 20 (1) (a) of the Crimes Act 1914 without passing sentence on the *defendant/*appellant upon the *defendant/*appellant giving security *with *surety/*sureties of $                             4 by recognisance of $                   5

to comply with the following conditions:

     (a)  that the *defendant/*appellant is to be of good behaviour for          6 *months/*years; and

     (b)  that the *defendant/*appellant is to *make reparation/*make restitution/*pay compensation of $         7

to                                     8 *by                                                 9;/*by

instalments of $                    10; and

     (c)  that the *defendant/*appellant is to pay costs of this prosecution for the *offence/*offences specified below of $                                                                                                      7

to                                     8 *by instalments of $                     10; and

     (d)  that the *defendant/*appellant is to pay to the Commonwealth a pecuniary penalty of $         7 to       11

*by                              9;/*by instalments of $                 10; and

     (e)  that the *defendant/*appellant is to comply with the following further conditions:

             (i)                                           12;

            (ii)                                           12.

This Order has been issued because:

      *(a)  the appellant,                   13 of                                      14 appealed to

this court against the *sentence/*conviction and sentence imposed by the       1 Magistrates’ Court on 15 in respect of the following federal *offence/*offences:

             (i)                                             16; and

            (ii)                                             16; and

    *(a)  the defendant,                                                            13, was charged with the following federal *offence/*offences:

             (i)                                             16; and

            (ii)                                             16; and

     (b)  the court has convicted the *defendant/*appellant of the *offence/*offences; and

     (c)  the court has decided to release the *defendant/*appellant without passing sentence on the *defendant/*appellant complies with the conditions of this Order.

Dated                          15.

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*Judge of                                          1/*Magistrate/*Registrar of                   1/

*clerk of                             1/*Justice of the Peace

RECOGNISANCE

I,                                             13, the *defendant/*appellant:

   (a)     have had explained to me:

            (i)      the purpose and effect of this Order; and

       (ii)     the consequences that may follow if I fail, without reasonable excuse, to comply with the conditions of this Order; and

            (iii)    that this Order may be discharged or varied under section 20AA of the Crimes Act 1914; and

   (b)     agree that I am bound in accordance with this Order; and

   (c)     agree that I have been given a copy of this Order.

Dated                                      15.

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Before me:

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*Registrar of                       1/*Clerk of                   1/*Justice of the Peace

UNDERTAKING BY *SURETY/*SURETIES

I undertake to pay to the Commonwealth of Australia the amount specified in this Order if the *defendant/*appellant fails to comply with a condition of this Order. I agree that I have been given a copy of this Order.

First Surety:                                                                                                           20

                            Name:                                                                                           21

                            Address:                                                                                        22

Second Surety:                                                                                                      23

                         Name:                                                                                           24

                         Address:                                                                                        25

1     insert name of court

2     insert location of court

3     insert State or Territory

4     insert amount of surety of sureties

5     insert amount of recognisance

6     insert period

7     insert amount

8     insert to whom amount is to be paid

9     insert date by which amount must be paid

10    insert details of instalments

11    insert to whom penalty is to be paid

12    insert details of further conditions

13    insert name of defendant or appellant

14    insert address of appellant

15      insert date

16      insert details of offences

17      signature of judge, magistrate, registrar, clerk or justice of the peace

18    insert signature of defendant or appellant

19    signature of registrar, clerk or justice of the peace

20    signature of first surety

21    insert full name of first surety

22    insert address of first surety

23    signature of second surety

24    insert full name of second surety

25    insert address of second surety

*    omit if inapplicable

Form 12Order and recognisance under paragraph 20 (1)(b)

Commonwealth of Australia

Crimes Act 1914

ORDER AND RECOGNISANCE UNDER PARAGRAPH 20 (1) (b)

IN THE                                                 1

AT                                                         2

IN THE *STATE OF                              3

BETWEEN:

(*Informant/*Appellant)

‑and‑

(*Defendant/*Respondant)

ORDER

THE COURT ORDERS the release of the *defendant/*appellant under paragraph 20 (1) (b) of the Crimes Act 1914 *after serving                                                                                               4

*month/*months of the term of imprisonment/*forthwith upon the *defendant/*appellant giving security *with *surety/*sureties of $                                                                              5 by

recognisance of $                      6 to comply with the following conditions:

   (a)   that the *defendant/*appellant is to be of good behaviour for            7 *months/*years; and

   (b)   that the *defendant/*appellant is to *make reparation/*make restitution/*pay compensation of $           8 to       9

*by                                               10;/*by instalments of $                       11; and

   (c)   that the *defendant/*appellant is to pay costs of this prosecution for the *offence/*offences specified below of $  8 to                                                                         9

by                      10;/*by instalments of $                         11; and

   (d)   that the *defendant/*appellant is to pay to the Commonwealth a pecuniary penalty of $           8 to       12

*by                                          10;/*by instalments of $              11; and

   (e)   that the *defendant/*appellant is to comply with the following further conditions:

             (i)                                                  13;

            (ii)                                                  13.

This Order has been issued because:

*(a)   the appellant,                                    14 of                          15 appealed

to this court against the *sentence/*conviction and sentence imposed by the     1 Magistrates’ Court on            16 in respect of the following federal *offence/*offences:

             (i)                                 17; and

            (ii)                                 17; and

*(a)   the defendant,                           14, was charged with the following federal *offence/*offences:

             (i)                                           17; and

            (ii)                                           17; and

   (b)   the Court has sentenced the *defendant/*appellant to a term of imprisonment; and

   (c)   the Court has decided that the *defendant/*appellant be released *after serving *month/*months of the sentence/*forthwith if the *defendant/*appellant complies with the conditions of this Order.

Dated                                           16.

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*Judge of                       1/*Magistrate/*Registrar of                       1/*Clerk of

                            1/*Justice of the Peace

RECOGNISANCE

I,                                             14, the *defendant/*appellant:

   (a)   have had explained to me:

             (i)   the purpose and effect of this Order; and

            (ii)   the consequences that may follow if I fail, without reasonable excuse, to comply with the conditions of this Order; and

           (iii)   that this Order may be discharged or varied under section 20AA of the Crimes Act 1914; and

   (b)   agree that I am bound in accordance with this Order; and

   (c)   agree that I have been given a copy of this Order.

Dated                                    16.

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Before me:

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*Registrar of                  1/*Clerk of                 1/*Justice of the Peace

UNDERTAKING BY *SURETY/*SURETIES

I undertake to pay to the Commonwealth of Australia the amount specified in this Order if the *defendant/*appellant fails to comply with a condition of this Order.

I agree that I have been given a copy of this Order.

First Surety:                                                                                                           21

Name:                                                                                     22

Address:                                                                                  23

Second Surety:                                                                                                      24

Name:                                                                                     25

Address:                                                                                  26

1        insert name of court

2     insert location of court

3     insert State or Territory

4     insert number of months

5     insert amount of surety or sureties

6     insert amount of recognisance

7     insert period

8     insert amount

9     insert to whom amount is to be paid

10    insert date by which amount must be paid

11    insert details of instalments

12    insert to whom penalty is to be paid

13    insert details of further conditions

14    insert name of defendant or appellant

15    insert address of appellant or defendant

16    insert date

17    insert details of offences

18      signature of judge, magistrate, registrar, clerk or justice of the peace

19    signature of defendant of appellant

20    signature of registrar, clerk or justice of the peace

21    signature of first surety

22    insert full name of first surety

23    insert address of first surety

24    signature of second surety

25    insert full name of second surety

26    insert address of second surety

*__ omit if inapplicable

Form 13Warrant for arrest under subsection 20BF(3)

Commonwealth of Australia

Crimes Act 1914

WARRANT FOR ARREST UNDER SUBSECTION 20BF (3)

TO: *all members and special members of the Australian Federal Police:/*all members of the police force of            1:

I,                                        2,                                    3, a prescribed authority within the meaning of the Crimes Act 1914, under subsection 20BF (3) of that Act, authorise and request you to arrest     4 and bring *him/*her, as soon as practicable, before a magistrate in the *State/*Territory in which *he/*she is arrested to be dealt with according to law.

This warrant is issued because:

   (a)   the Attorney‑General, under section 20BE of the Crimes Act 1914, ordered that           4 be released from detention; and

   (b)   the Attorney‑General, under subsection 20BF (1), has revoked that release order.

Dated                                                  5.

6

3

1     insert State or Territory

2     insert full name of prescribed authority

3     insert designation of prescribed authority

4     insert full name of person to whom warrant relates

5     insert date

6     signature of prescribed authority

*    omit if inappropriate

Form 14Warrant under subsection 20BF(5) authorising the detention of a person

Commonwealth of Australia

Crimes Act 1914

WARRANT UNDER SUBSECTION 20BF (5) AUTHORISING THE DETENTION OF A PERSON

TO: *all members and special members of the Australian Federal Police:/*all members of the police force of            1:

AND to the officer in charge of                        2 in                     1:

I,                                 3,                                 4, a prescribed authority under Part 1B of the Crimes Act 1914:

   (a)   under paragraph 20BF (5) (c) of that Act authorise those members
in                       1 to take                         5 to                     2 in           1 and deliver
*him/*her to the officer in charge of that *prison/*hospital, together with this warrant; and

   (b)   under paragraph 20BF (5) (d) of that Act direct the officer in charge
of                       in                    1 to receive                       5 into your custody and detain
*him/*her for the period of                       6.

This warrant is issued because:

   (a)   the Attorney‑General, under subsection 20BF (1) of the Crimes Act 1914, has revoked the release order relating to                                                                                    5; and

   (b)   I am satisfied that:

           (i)                                   5 is the person named in the instrument revoking the release order; and

        (ii)  the release order has been revoked and the revocation is still in force.

Dated                             7.

8

4

1     insert State or Territory

2     insert name of prison or hospital

3     insert full name of prescribed authority

4     insert designation of prescribed authority

5     insert full name of person

6     insert period

7     insert date

8     signature of prescribed authority

*    omit if inapplicable

Form 15Warrant under subsection 20BF(6) authorising the remand of a person

Commonwealth of Australia

Crimes Act 1914

WARRANT UNDER SUBSECTION 20BF (6) AUTHORISING THE REMAND OF A PERSON

TO: *all members and special members of the Australian Federal Police:/*all members of the police force of            1:

AND to the officer in charge of                        2 in                  1:

I,                          3,                               4, a prescribed authority under Part 1B of the Crimes Act 1914.

   (a)   under subsection 20BF (6) of that Act authorise those members in     1

to take                           5                           to                                       2

in                                     1 and deliver *him/*her to the officer in charge of that *prison/*hospital, together with this warrant; and

   (b)   authorise the officer in charge of                                                         2

in                                                 1 to receive                                       5

into your custody and keep *him/*her                             until               6

when you are to have                  5 brought before this court at            7.

This warrant is issued on the basis that:

   (a)                                         5 has been brought before me under subsection 20BF (4) of the Crimes Act 1914 ; and

   (b)   I have not completed the hearing under subsection 20BF (5) of that Act.

Dated                   8.

9

4

1     insert State or Territory

2     insert name of prison or hospital

3     insert full name of prescribed authority

4     insert designation of prescribed authority

5     insert full name of person

6     insert time and date

7     insert date

8     signature of prescribed authority

*    omit if inapplicable

Form 16Warrant for arrest under subsection 20BM(3)

Commonwealth of Australia

Crimes Act 1914

WARRANT FOR ARREST UNDER SUBSECTION 20BM (3)

TO: *all members and special members of the Australian Federal Police:/*all members of the police force of            1:

I,                                             2,                                             3, a prescribed authority within the meaning of Part 1B of the Crimes Act 1914, under subsection *20BM (3)/*20BT (3) of that Act, authorise and request you to arrest            4 and bring *him/*her, as soon as practicable, before a magistrate in the *State/*Territory in which *he/*she is arrested to be dealt with according to law.

This warrant is issued because:

   (a)   the Attorney‑General under section *20BL/*20BT of the Crimes Act 1914, ordered that           be released from detention; and

   (b)   the release order relating to                                    4 has been revoked.

Dated                        5.

6

3

1     insert State or Territory

2     insert full name of prescribed authority

3     insert designation of prescribed authority

4     insert full name of person

5     insert date

6     signature of prescribed authority

*    omit if inapplicable

Form 17Warrant under subsection 20BM(5) authorising the detention of a person

Commonwealth of Australia

Crimes Act 1914

WARRANT UNDER SUBSECTION 20BM (5) AUTHORISING THE DETENTION OF A PERSON

TO: *all members and special members of the Australian Federal Police:/*all members of the police force of            1:

AND to the officer in charge of                        2 in                              1:

I,                                    3,                                    4, a prescribed authority under Part 1B of the Crimes Act 1914:

   (a)   under paragraph 20BM (5) (c) of that Act authorise those members in  1

to take                         5 to                         2 in                                      1

and deliver *him/*her to the officer in charge of that *prison/*hospital, together with this warrant; and

   (b)   under paragraph 20BM (5) (d) of that Act direct the officer in charge
of                              2 in                               1 to receive             5 into your custody and detain
*him/*her for the period of                   6.

This warrant is issued because:

   (a)   the Attorney‑General under subsection 20BM (1) of the Crimes Act 1914 has revoked the release order relating to  5; and

   (b)   I am satisfied that:

           (i)                            5 is the person named in the instrument revoking the release order; and

          (ii)  the release order has been revoked and the revocation is still in force.

Dated                      7.

8

4

1     insert State or Territory

2    insert name of prison or hospital

3    insert full name of prescribed authority

4    insert designation of prescribed authority

5    insert full name of person

6    insert period

7    insert date

8    signature of prescribed authority

*    omit if inapplicable

Form 18Warrant under subsection 20BM(6) authorising the remand of a person

Commonwealth of Australia

Crimes Act 1914

WARRANT UNDER SUBSECTION 20BM (6) AUTHORISING THE REMAND OF A PERSON

TO: *all members and special members of the Australian Federal Police:/*all members of the police force of           1:

AND to the officer in charge of                        2 in                                       1:

I,                                               3,                                            4, a prescribed authority under Part 1B of the Crimes Act 1914:

   (a)   under subsection 20BM (6) of that Act authorise those members
in                       1 to take                            5 to                     2 in            1
and deliver *him/*her to the officer in charge of that *prison/*hospital, together with this warrant; and

   (b)   authorise the officer in charge of                        2 in                            1

to receive                                          5 into your custody and keep
*him/*her until                                 6 when you are to have                5

brought before this court at                               7.

This warrant is issued on the basis that:

   (a)                             5 has been brought before me under subsection 20BM (4) of the Crimes Act 1914; and

   (b)   I have not completed the hearing under subsection 20BM (5) of that Act.

Dated               8.

9

4

1     insert State or Territory

2     insert name of prison or hospital

3     insert full name of prescribed authority

4     insert designation of prescribed authority

5     insert full name of person

6     insert time and date

7     insert address of court

8     insert date

9     signature of prescribed authority

*    omit if inapplicable

Form 19Summons under *paragraph 20BW(1)(a)/*section 20BY

Commonwealth of Australia

Crimes Act 1914

SUMMONS UNDER *PARAGRAPH 20BW (1) (a)/*SECTION 20BY

IN THE                                                 1

AT                                                         2

IN THE *STATE OF                              3

(Informant)

‑and‑

(Defendant)

To:                                                        4

You are summoned under *paragraph 20BW (1) (a)/*section 20BY of the Crimes Act 1914 to appear before the      5 at                                                                              6

at                                                                           7 to answer the information alleging the breach of the following *condition/*conditions of the order under section *20BV/*20BY of that Act:

   (a)                             8; and

   (b)                             8;

and to be further dealt with according to law.

Dated                   9.

10

11

1    insert name of court

2    insert location of court

3    insert State or Territory

4    insert name of person

5    insert name of court

6    insert address of court

7    insert time and date

8    list details of alleged breaches of conditions

9    insert date

10   signature of magistrate

11   designation of magistrate

*    omit if inapplicable

Form 20Warrant for arrest under *paragraph 20BW(1)(b)/*section 20BY

Commonwealth of Australia

Crimes Act 1914

WARRANT FOR ARREST UNDER *PARAGRAPH 20BW (1) (b)/*SECTION 20BY

TO: *all members and special members of the Australian Federal Police:/*all members of the police force of            1:

I,                                               2,                                             3:

   (a)   under *paragraph 20BW (1) (b)/*section 20BY of the Crimes Act 1914, authorise and request you to arrest     4 and bring *him/*her, as soon as practicable, before this court; and

   (b)   authorise you to detain                              4 in custody until dealt with according to law.

This warrant is issued because:

   (a)   an order under section *20BV/*20BY of the Crimes Act 1914 has been made in relation to      4; and

   (b)   information has been laid on oath before me of the following *breach/*breaches of the conditions of the order:

           (i)                                  5; and

          (ii)                                  5; and

   (c)   I am of the opinion that proceedings against                                  4 by summons might not be effective.

Dated                      6.

7

4

1    insert State or Territory

2    insert full name of magistrate

3    insert designation of magistrate

4    insert full name of person

5    list details of alleged breaches of conditions

6    insert date

7    signature of magistrate

*    omit if inapplicable

Form 21Warrant of arrest under *subsection 20BW(2)/*section 20BY

Commonwealth of Australia

Crimes Act 1914

WARRANT OF ARREST UNDER *SUBSECTION 20BW (2)/
*SECTION 20BY

TO: *all members and special members of the Australian Federal Police:/*all members of the police force of            1:

I,                                               2,                                                3:

   (a)   under subsection 20BW (2)/*section 20BY of the Crimes Act 1914, authorise and request you to arrest           4 and to bring *him/*her, as soon as practicable, before this court; and

   (b)   under *subsection 20BW (3)/*section 20BY of that Act, authorise you to detain           4 in custody until *he/*she is released by order of this court or under subsection 20BW (4) of that Act.

This warrant is issued because                          4

      *   is a person who has been served with a summons issued under *subsection 20BW (1)/*section 20BY of the Crimes Act 1914 and *he/*she failed to attend before the court as required by the summons.

      *   is a person who has been admitted to bail under *subsection 20BW (4)/*section 20BY of the Crimes Act 1914 and *he/*she failed to attend before the court as required by the conditions of the bail.

Dated                        5.

6

3

1     insert State or Territory

2     insert full name of magistrate

3     insert designation of magistrate

4     insert full name of person

5     insert date

6     signature of magistrate

*    omit if inapplicable

Form 22Certificate under subsection 21B(3)

Commonwealth of Australia

Crimes Act 1914

CERTIFICATE UNDER SUBSECTION 21B (3)

IN THE                                             1

AT                                                    2

IN THE *STATE OF                         3

BETWEEN:

(Informant)

‑and‑

(Defendant)

I,                                             4,                                 5, hereby certify that on

                               6 the court ordered that the defendant is to pay $            7

to                                        8 by                                  9.

Dated                             10.

11

5

1    insert name of court

2    insert location of court

3    insert State or Territory

4    insert full name of clerk or appropriate officer

5    insert designation of officer

6    insert date of order

7    insert amount

8    insert to whom amount is to be paid

9    insert date by which amount is to be paid

10   insert date

11   signature of clerk or appropriate officer

*    omit if inapplicable

Note   You have been convicted of a federal offence under the Crimes Act 1914 or, under section 19B of that Act, you have been discharged without conviction and the court has ordered you to make reparation to the Commonwealth or a public authority under the Commonwealth by payment of an amount of money or otherwise. This payment is in addition to any fine or other penalty imposed by the court. The above certificate when filed in a court of civil jurisdiction is enforceable as a final judgement of the court in which it is filed.

Schedule 3AAboriginal legal aid organisations

(regulation 6A)

  

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders Corporation (Q.E.A.) for Legal Services

Aboriginal Legal Rights Movement Incorporated

Aboriginal Legal Service Ltd

Aboriginal Legal Service of Western Australia (Inc.)

Central Australian Aboriginal Legal Aid Service Incorporated

Charleville and South West Queensland Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Corporation for Legal Services

Ipswich Regional Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders Corporation for Legal Services

Katherine Regional Aboriginal Legal Aid Service Inc.

Mackay and Districts Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders Corporation for Legal Aid Services

Njiku Jowan Legal Service (N.Q.) Ltd.

North Australian Aboriginal Legal Aid Service Inc.

Pitjantjatjara Council Incorporated

Q.E.C. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders Corporation for Legal Services

South Coast Aboriginal Legal Service Ltd

South East Queensland Aboriginal Corporation for Legal Services

T.S.N.P. Torres Strait Islanders and Aboriginal Corporation for Legal Services

Tasmanian Aboriginal Centre Incorporated

Tharpuntoo Legal Service Aboriginal Corporation

Townsville and Districts Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders Corporation for Legal Aid Services

Victorian Aboriginal Legal Service Co‑operative Limited

West Queensland Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders Corporation for Legal Aid

Western Aboriginal Legal Service Ltd

Schedule 3BAppropriately qualified persons

(regulation 6B)

  

 

Item

Forensic procedure

Qualified person

1

external examination of the genital or anal area, the buttocks or, in the case of a female, the breasts

forensic scientist

forensic technician

2

taking of a sample of blood

forensic scientist

forensic technician

for a fingerprick only: constable

3

taking of a sample of saliva, or a sample by buccal swab

forensic scientist

forensic technician

constable

4

taking of a sample of pubic hair

forensic scientist

forensic technician

5

taking of a sample by swab or washing from the external genital or anal area, the buttocks or, in the case of a female, the breasts

forensic scientist

forensic technician

6

taking of a sample by vacuum suction, scraping or lifting by tape from the external genital or anal area, the buttocks or, in the case of a female, the breasts

forensic scientist

forensic technician

7

taking of a photograph of, or an impression or cast of a wound from, the genital or anal area, the buttocks or, in the case of a female, the breasts

medical practitioner

forensic scientist

forensic technician

8

external examination of a part of the body other than the genital or anal area, the buttocks or, in the case of a female, the breasts, that requires touching of the body or removal of clothing

forensic scientist

forensic technician

constable

9

taking of a sample of hair other than pubic hair

forensic scientist

forensic technician

10

taking of a sample from a nail or from under a nail

forensic scientist

forensic technician

11

taking of a sample by swab or washing from any external part of the body other than the genital or anal area, the buttocks or, in the case of a female, the breasts

forensic scientist

forensic technician

12

taking of a sample by vacuum suction, scraping or lifting by tape from any external part of the body other than the genital or anal area, the buttocks or, in the case of a female, the breasts

forensic scientist

forensic technician

13

taking of a photograph of, or an impression or cast of a wound from, an external part of the body other than the genital or anal area, the buttocks or, in the case of a female, the breasts

for a photograph:

constable

medical practitioner

forensic scientist

forensic technician

for an impression or cast of a wound: medical practitioner

forensic scientist

forensic technician

Schedule 3CProvisions of corresponding laws taken to correspond to particular Divisions of Part 1D of the Act

(subregulation 6E(2))

  

 

Item

Part 1D provisions

Corresponding provisions

1

Division 3 (Forensic procedures on suspect by consent)

•     Crimes (Forensic Procedures) Act 2000 (New South Wales), Part 3

•     Crimes Act 1958 (Victoria), sections 464R and 464S

•     Police Powers and Responsibilities Act 2000 (Queensland), Part 2 and Division 2 of Part 5 of Chapter 8A and section 318ZL

•     Criminal Investigation (Identifying People) Act 2002 (Western Australia), sections 37 to 41, 49, 50 and subsection 51 (1)

•     Criminal Law (Forensic Procedures) Act 1998 (South Australia), Divisions 1 and 2 of Part 3

•     Forensic Procedures Act 2000 (Tasmania), Divisions 1 and 2 of Part 2

•     Crimes (Forensic Procedures) Act 2000 (Australian Capital Territory), Part 2.3

2

Division 4 (Non‑intimate forensic procedures on suspect by order of a senior constable)

•     Crimes (Forensic Procedures) Act 2000 (New South Wales), Part 4

•     Powers and Responsibilities Act 2000 (Queensland), Divisions 1 to 3 of Part 4 of Chapter 8A, sections 308, 309 and 310, and Part 6 of Chapter 8A

 

 

•     Criminal Investigation (Identifying People) Act 2002 (Western Australia), sections 42 to 44 and subsections 51 (2) and (3)

•     Criminal Law (Forensic Procedures) Act 1998 (South Australia), Divisions 1 and 3 to 8 of Part 3

•     Forensic Procedures Act 2000 (Tasmania), Divisions 1 and 3 of Part 2

•     Crimes (Forensic Procedures) Act 2000 (Australian Capital Territory), Part 2.4

3

Division 5 (Forensic procedures on suspect by order of a magistrate)

•     Crimes (Forensic Procedures) Act 2000 (New South Wales), Part 5

•     Crimes Act 1958 (Victoria), sections 464T to 464X

•     Police Powers and Responsibilities Act 2000 (Queensland), Part 3 of Chapter 8A and sections 311 and 313

•     Criminal Investigation (Identifying People) Act 2002 (Western Australia), sections 45 and 46

•     Criminal Law (Forensic Procedures) Act 1998 (South Australia), Divisions 1 and 3 to 8 of Part 3

•     Forensic Procedures Act 2000 (Tasmania), Divisions 1, 4 and 5 of Part 2

•     Crimes (Forensic Procedures) Act 2000 (Australian Capital Territory), Part 2.5

4

Division 6 (Carrying out forensic procedures on suspects)

•     Crimes (Forensic Procedures) Act 2000 (New South Wales), Part 6

•     Crimes Act 1958 (Victoria), sections 464Y to 464ZD

•     Police Powers and Responsibilities Act 2000 (Queensland), sections 278 and 279, Part 4, Divisions 1 to 3 of Part 5 and Parts 6, 7 and 8 of Chapter 8A

•     Criminal Investigation (Identifying People) Act 2002 (Western Australia), Part 8

•     Criminal Law (Forensic Procedures) Act 1998 (South Australia), Part 2, Divisions 1 to 4 of Part 4 and Division 1 of Part 4A

•     Forensic Procedures Act 2000 (Tasmania), Part 5

•     Crimes (Forensic Procedures) Act 2000 (Australian Capital Territory), Part 2.6

5

Division 6A (Carrying out of certain forensic procedures after conviction of serious and prescribed offenders)

•     Crimes (Forensic Procedures) Act 2000 (New South Wales), Part 7

•     Crimes Act 1958 (Victoria), sections 464ZF and 464ZFA

•     Police Powers and Responsibilities Act 2000 (Queensland), sections 312, 313 and 315

•     Criminal Investigation (Identifying People) Act 2002 (Western Australia), Schedule 1

•     Criminal Law (Forensic Procedures) Act 1998 (South Australia), Part 3A, Division 1A of Part 4 and Division 1 of Part 4A

•     Forensic Procedures Act 2000 (Tasmania), Part 3

•     Crimes (Forensic Procedures) Act 2000 (Australian Capital Territory), Part 2.7

6

Division 6B (Carrying out of forensic procedures on volunteers and certain other persons)

•     Crimes (Forensic Procedures) Act 2000 (New South Wales), Part 8

•     Crimes Act 1958 (Victoria), sections 64ZGB to 64ZGF

•     Police Powers and Responsibilities Act 2000 (Queensland), Part 2 and Division 2 of Part 5 of Chapter 8A and section 318ZL

•     Criminal Investigation (Identifying People) Act 2002 (Western Australia), Part 4, Division 2

•     Criminal Law (Forensic Procedures) Act 1998 (South Australia), Parts 2A and 2B and Division 3 of Part 4A

•     Forensic Procedures Act 2000 (Tasmania), Part 4

•     Crimes (Forensic Procedures) Act 2000 (Australian Capital Territory), Part 2.8

7

Division 7 (Admissibility of evidence)

•     Crimes (Forensic Procedures) Act 2000 (New South Wales), Part 9

•     Crimes Act 1958 (Victoria), section 464ZE

•     Criminal Investigation (Identifying People) Act 2002 (Western Australia), Part 11

•     Criminal Law (Forensic Procedures) Act 1998 (South Australia), Part 5

•     Forensic Procedures Act 2000 (Tasmania), Part 6

•     Crimes (Forensic Procedures) Act 2000 (Australian Capital Territory), Part 2.9

8

Division 8 (Destruction of forensic material)

•     Crimes (Forensic Procedures) Act 2000 (New South Wales), Part 10

•     Crimes Act 1958 (Victoria), sections 464ZFB, 464ZFC, 464ZG and 464ZGA

•     Police Powers and Responsibilities Act 2000 (Queensland), Division 4 of Part 4 of Chapter 8A and section 318H

•     Criminal Investigation (Identifying People) Act 2002 (Western Australia), Part 9

•     Criminal Law (Forensic Procedures) Act 1998 (South Australia), Division 4 of Part 4A

•     Forensic Procedures Act 2000 (Tasmania), Part 7

•     Crimes (Forensic Procedures) Act 2000 (Australian Capital Territory), Part 2.10

9

Division 8A (DNA database system)

•     Crimes (Forensic Procedures) Act 2000 (New South Wales), Part 11

•     Crimes Act 1958 (Victoria), section 464ZFD and sections 464ZGG to 64ZGK

•     Police Powers and Responsibilities Act 2000 (Queensland), Division 6 of Part 5 and Part 10 of Chapter 8A

•     Police Powers and Responsibilities Regulation 2000 (Queensland), Part 2A and Schedules 1 and 7

•     Criminal Investigation (Identifying People) Act 2002 (Western Australia), Part 10

•     Criminal Law (Forensic Procedures) Act 1998 (South Australia), Part 5A

•     Forensic Procedures Act 2000 (Tasmania), Part 8

 

 

•     Crimes (Forensic Procedures) Act 2000 (Australian Capital Territory), Part 2.11

10

Division 11 (Interjurisdictional enforcement)

•     Crimes (Forensic Procedures) Act 2000 (New South Wales), Part 12

•     Crimes Act 1958 (Victoria), sections 464ZGL to 64ZGO

•     Police Powers and Responsibilities Act 2000 (Queensland), Parts 9 and 11 of Chapter 8A

•     Police Powers and Responsibilities Regulation 2000 (Queensland), Schedule 7

•     Criminal Investigation (Identifying People) Act 2002 (Western Australia), Part 12

•     Criminal Law (Forensic Procedures) Act 1998 (South Australia), section 51

•     Forensic Procedures Act 2000 (Tasmania), Part 9

•     Crimes (Forensic Procedures) Act 2000 (Australian Capital Territory), Part 2.13

Schedule 4Spent convictions—exclusions from privacy provisions

(regulation 8)

  

 

Column 1

Item No.

Column 2

Prescribed persons
and bodies

Column 3

Prescribed purposes

Column 4

Prescribed offences

1

Commonwealth authorities

(1) Assessing the suitability of a person to be employed, or otherwise engaged, in work that is likely to involve access to national security information classified as secret or top secret

All offences

 

 

(2) Providing assistance to a person referred to in paragraph 85ZZH(d) of the Act in relation to the making of a decision referred to in that paragraph

All offences

2

The Defence Force

Assessing the suitability of a person for appointment to a position involving the care, instruction or supervision of minors

Designated offences

3

The Director of Military Prosecutions referred to in section 188G of the Defence Force Discipline Act 1982 or a prosecutor referred to in rule 37 of the Summary Authority Rules.

Considering whether to prosecute and making submissions and decisions as to sentence

All offences

4

Australian Customs Service

(1) Assessing the suitability of a person to have responsibility for matters relating to law enforcement

All offences

(2) Considering whether to prosecute and making submissions as to sentence

All offences

5

Governments of Queensland, South Australia, Tasmania, the Northern Territory and the Australian Capital Territory

Assessing the suitability of a person for appointment as a justice of the peace

All offences

6

Prison administrations in New South Wales, Victoria, Queensland, Western Australia, South Australia, Tasmania and the Northern Territory

Assessing the suitability of a person to have responsibility for the care or control of prisoners

Offences involving violence

7

A person who, or body which, employs or otherwise engages persons to provide care for the disabled in residential settings in Victoria

Assessing the suitability of a person to have responsibility for the care of the disabled in a residential setting

Offences involving violence

8

Commonwealth Government and Governments of Queensland, South Australia, Tasmania, the Australian Capital Territory and the Northern Territory

Assessing the suitability of a person to be licensed as director, or appointed as the chief executive, of a casino

All offences

9

Government of Tasmania

Assessing the suitability of a person for appointment to the Poppy Advisory and Control Board

Drug offences

10

Poppy Advisory and Control Board, Tasmania

(1) Assessing the suitability of a person to be the holder of a licence to grow opium poppies

Drug offences

 

 

(2) Assessing the suitability of a person to be employed, or otherwise engaged, by the Poppy Advisory and Control Board, Tasmania in connection with:

Drug offences

 

 

(a) the processing of applications for licences to grow opium poppies; or

 

 

 

(b) the monitoring of the growing of opium poppies

 

11

Persons or bodies lawfully engaged in the growing of opium poppies or the production of opiate alkaloids

Assessing the suitability of a person to be employed, or otherwise engaged, in connection with the growing of opium poppies or the production of opiate alkaloids

Drug offences

12

Public libraries, university libraries, public archives offices and the Australian War Memorial

Making available material for research, reference or study

All offences

13

Respite Care ACT Incorporated, the Australian Capital Territory

Assessing the suitability of a person to have responsibility for the care of a disabled or aged person in the disabled or aged person’s home

Offences against the person

14

An issuing body (within the meaning of regulation 6.01 of the Aviation Transport Security Regulations 2005)

Assessing whether to issue an aviation security identification card (within the meaning of regulation 1.03 of the Aviation Transport Security Regulations 2005) to a person in accordance with Part 6 of those Regulations

Offences against Part 2 of the Crimes (Aviation) Act 1991 (except section 15)

Offences against Part 5.3 of the Criminal Code

15

A person who, or body which, employs or otherwise engages another person to provide services or undertake work at a place where care, instruction or supervision services for minors are provided

Assessing the suitability of a person to be employed, or otherwise engaged for financial reward, in work that is likely to involve direct contact with minors

Designated offences

16

Australian Securities and Investments Commission

(1) Considering whether to prosecute and making submissions as to sentence

All offences

 

 

(2) Assessing the suitability of a person:

All offences

 

 

(a) to be a member of the Australian Securities and Investments Commission: or

 

 

 

(b) to be employed by the Australian Securities and Investments Commission; or

 

 

 

(c) to be engaged as a consultant to the Australian Securities and Investments Commission; or

 

 

 

(d) to be engaged to perform services for the Australian Securities and Investments Commission

 

17

A person who, or body which, employs or otherwise engages persons to provide advocacy or care for intellectually disabled persons

Assessing the suitability of a person:

(a) to act as an advocate for an intellectually disabled person; or

(b) to have responsibility for the care of an intellectually disabled person

Offences against the person

18

Australian Capital Territory Corrective Services

Assessing the suitability of a person to have responsibility for the care or control of prisoners

Offences involving violence

 

 

Example for item 18:

‘Prisoner’ includes a detainee under:

·         Custodial Escorts Act 1998 (ACT)

·         Periodic Detention Act 1995 (ACT)

·         Remand Centres Act 1976 (ACT)

 

19

A person who, or body which, employs or otherwise engages persons to care for or control a detainee under the Migration Act 1958

Assessing the suitability of a person to have responsibility for the care or control of a detainee under the Migration Act 1958

Offences involving violence

20

An issuing body (within the meaning given by regulation 6.07B of the Maritime Transport and Offshore Facilities Security Regulations 2003)

Assessing whether to issue a MSIC (maritime security identification card) to a person in accordance with Subdivision 6.1A.4 of the Maritime Transport and Offshore Facilities Security Regulations 2003

(1) Offences against Part 4 of the Australian Passports Act 2005

(2) Offences against section 24AA, 24AB, 25, 27 or 29 of the Crimes Act 1914

(3) Offences against Part 2 of the Crimes (Aviation) Act 1991 (except section 15)

(4) Offences against Division 73, Chapter 5 or Division 145, 307 or 400 of the Criminal Code

(5) Offences against section 233, 233A, 233BAA or 233BAB of the Customs Act 1901

(6) Offences against Division 10 of Part IV of the Navigation Act 1912

(7) Offences against section 9, 10, 11 or 14 of the Weapons of Mass Destruction (Prevention of Proliferation) Act 1995

21

The Secretary of the Attorney‑General’s Department and AusCheck staff members (within the meaning of subsection 4 (1) of the AusCheck Act 2007)

For the purposes of the AusCheck scheme (within the meaning of subsection 4 (1) of the AusCheck Act 2007)

(1) For an applicant for, or holder of, an aviation security identification card (within the meaning of subsection 4 (1) of the AusCheck Act 2007):

(a) offences against Part 2 of the Crimes (Aviation) Act 1991 (except section 15); and

(b) offences against Part 5.3 of the Criminal Code

 

 

 

(2) For an applicant for, or holder of, a maritime security identification card (within the meaning of subsection 4 (1) of the AusCheck Act 2007):

(a) offences against Part 4 of the Australian Passports Act 2005; and

 

 

 

(b) offences against section 24AA, 24AB, 25, 27 or 29 of the Crimes Act 1914; and

(c) offences against Part 2 of the Crimes (Aviation) Act 1991 (except section 15); and

 

 

 

(d) offences against Division 73, Chapter 5 or Division 145, 307 or 400 of the Criminal Code; and

 

 

 

(e) offences against section 233, 233A, 233BAA or 233BAB of the Customs Act 1901; and

 

 

 

(f) offences against Division 10 of Part IV of the Navigation Act 1912; and

(g) offences against section 9, 10, 11 or 14 of the Weapons of Mass Destruction (Prevention of Proliferation) Act 1995

 

 

 

(3) For an individual required to undergo, or who has undergone, a NHS check (within the meaning of the Security‑sensitive Biological Agent (SSBA) Standards determined under section 35 of the National Health Security Act 2007):

 

 

 

(a) offences against section 24AA, 24AB, 25, 27 or 29 of the Crimes Act 1914; and

 

 

 

(b) offences against Part 2 of the Crimes (Aviation) Act 1991 (except section 15); and

 

 

 

(c) offences against Part 5.1 or 5.3 of the Criminal Code; and

(d) offences against section 9, 10, 11 or 14 of the Weapons of Mass Destruction (Prevention of Proliferation) Act 1995

22

The Secretary of the Department administering the Aviation Transport Security Act 2004

Assessing whether to approve the issue of an aviation security identification card to a person in accordance with regulation 6.29 of the Aviation Transport Security Regulations 2005

(1) Offences against Part 2 of the Crimes (Aviation) Act 1991 (except section 15)

(2) Offences against Part 5.3 of the Criminal Code

23

The Secretary of the Department administering the Maritime Transport and Offshore Facilities Security Act 2003

Assessing whether to approve the issue of a maritime security identification card to a person in accordance with regulation 6.08F of the Maritime Transport and Offshore Facilities Security Regulations 2003

(1) Offences against Part 4 of the Australian Passports Act 2005

(2) Offences against section 24AA, 24AB, 25, 27 or 29 of the Crimes Act 1914

 

 

 

 

(3) Offences against Part 2 of the Crimes (Aviation) Act 1991 (except section 15)

 

 

 

 

(4) Offences against Division 73, Chapter 5 or Division 145, 307 or 400 of the Criminal Code

 

 

 

 

(5) Offences against section 233, 233A, 233BAA or 233BAB of the Customs Act 1901

 

 

 

 

(6) Offences against Division 10 of Part IV of the Navigation Act 1912

 

 

 

 

(7) Offences against section 9, 10, 11 or 14 of the Weapons of Mass Destruction (Prevention of Proliferation) Act 1995

 

24

An entity to which Division 5 of Part 3 of the National Health Security Act 2007 applies

Assessing whether to authorise a person under clause 3.3 of the Security‑sensitive Biological Agent (SSBA) Standards determined under section 35 of the National Health Security Act 2007

(1) Offences against section 24AA, 24AB, 25, 27 or 29 of the Crimes Act 1914

(2) Offences against Part 2 of the Crimes (Aviation) Act 1991 (except section 15)

 

 

 

 

(3) Offences against Part 5.1 or 5.3 of the Criminal Code

(4) Offences against section 9, 10, 11 or 14 of the Weapons of Mass Destruction (Prevention of Proliferation) Act 1995

 

Schedule 5Transitional matters relating to Crimes Legislation Amendment (Serious and Organised Crime) Act 2010

(regulation 11)

Part 1Chief officers’ annual reports

1.01            A report required to be laid before each House of Parliament under section 15HN of the Crimes Act 1914 may be combined with a report required to be laid before each House of Parliament under section 15T of the Crimes Act 1914, as continued in force by Schedule 3 to the Crimes Legislation Amendment (Serious and Organised Crime) Act 2010.

Part 2Pre‑commencement controlled operation

2.01            These Regulations, as in force immediately before commencement, continue to apply after commencement to a pre‑commencement controlled operation.

2.02            In this Part:

commencement means the commencement of Schedule 3 to the Crimes Legislation Amendment (Serious and Organised Crime) Act 2010.

Part 3Assumed identity authorisations—jurisdictions that are not participating jurisdictions

3.01            The provisions are the following.

4BB            Definition of authorising persons—prescribed classes for State or Territory participating agencies (Act s 15XA)

                   For paragraph (b) of the definition of authorising person in subsection 15XA(1) of the Act, the following classes of persons in a State or Territory participating agency are prescribed:

                     (d)  if the participating agency is the Western Australia Police Force—any commissioned officer, within the meaning of section 6 of the Police Act 1892 (WA), who has been appointed as a Deputy Commissioner or Assistant Commissioner, as provided under section 9 of that Act;

                     (g)  if the participating agency is the Police Force of the Northern Territory:

                              (i)  any Deputy Commissioner of Police, within the meaning of section 7 of the Police Administration Act (NT); or

                             (ii)  any Assistant Commissioner of Police, within the meaning of section 8 of that Act.

4BC           Definition of State or Territory participating agency—prescribed bodies

                   For paragraph (d) of the definition of State or Territory participating agency in subsection 15XA(1) of the Act, the Royal Commission appointed under section 5 of the Royal Commissions Act 1968 (Western Australia) by Commission dated 12 December 2001 is prescribed.


Endnotes

Endnote 1—About the endnotes

The endnotes provide information about this compilation and the compiled law.

The following endnotes are included in every compilation:

Endnote 1—About the endnotes

Endnote 2—Abbreviation key

Endnote 3—Legislation history

Endnote 4—Amendment history

Endnotes about misdescribed amendments and other matters are included in a compilation only as necessary.

Abbreviation key—Endnote 2

The abbreviation key sets out abbreviations that may be used in the endnotes.

Legislation history and amendment history—Endnotes 3 and 4

Amending laws are annotated in the legislation history and amendment history.

The legislation history in endnote 3 provides information about each law that has amended (or will amend) the compiled law. The information includes commencement details for amending laws and details of any application, saving or transitional provisions that are not included in this compilation.

The amendment history in endnote 4 provides information about amendments at the provision (generally section or equivalent) level. It also includes information about any provision of the compiled law that has been repealed in accordance with a provision of the law.

Misdescribed amendments

A misdescribed amendment is an amendment that does not accurately describe the amendment to be made. If, despite the misdescription, the amendment can be given effect as intended, the amendment is incorporated into the compiled law and the abbreviation “(md)” added to the details of the amendment included in the amendment history.

If a misdescribed amendment cannot be given effect as intended, the amendment is set out in the endnotes.

 

Endnote 2—Abbreviation key

 

A = Act

orig = original

ad = added or inserted

par = paragraph(s)/subparagraph(s)

am = amended

    /sub‑subparagraph(s)

amdt = amendment

pres = present

c = clause(s)

prev = previous

C[x] = Compilation No. x

(prev…) = previously

Ch = Chapter(s)

Pt = Part(s)

def = definition(s)

r = regulation(s)/rule(s)

Dict = Dictionary

Reg = Regulation/Regulations

disallowed = disallowed by Parliament

reloc = relocated

Div = Division(s)

renum = renumbered

exp = expires/expired or ceases/ceased to have

rep = repealed

    effect

rs = repealed and substituted

F = Federal Register of Legislative Instruments

s = section(s)/subsection(s)

gaz = gazette

Sch = Schedule(s)

LI = Legislative Instrument

Sdiv = Subdivision(s)

LIA = Legislative Instruments Act 2003

SLI = Select Legislative Instrument

(md) = misdescribed amendment

SR = Statutory Rules

mod = modified/modification

Sub‑Ch = Sub‑Chapter(s)

No. = Number(s)

SubPt = Subpart(s)

o = order(s)

underlining = whole or part not

Ord = Ordinance

    commenced or to be commenced

 

Endnote 3—Legislation history

 

Number and year

FRLI registration or gazettal

Commencement

Application, saving and transitional provisions

1990 No. 227

12 July 1990

12 July 1990

 

1991 No. 235

31 July 1991

31 July 1991

1991 No. 258

30 Aug 1991

30 Aug 1991

1992 No. 91

14 Apr 1992

22 Apr 1992

1992 No. 276

26 Aug 1992

26 Aug 1992

1994 No. 297

31 Aug 1994

1 Sept 1994

1995 No. 23

28 Feb 1995

28 Feb 1995

1996 No. 7

31 Jan 1996

31 Jan 1996

1996 No. 125

28 June 1996

r. 4.1: 1 July 1996
Remainder: 28 June 1996

1996 No. 228

30 Oct 1996

4 Nov 1996

1996 No. 264

11 Dec 1996

11 Dec 1996

1997 No. 14

21 Feb 1997

21 Feb 1997

1998 No. 68

24 Apr 1998

24 Apr 1998

1998 No. 361

22 Dec 1998

24 Jan 1999

1999 No. 156

28 July 1999

28 July 1999

2000 No. 99

15 June 2000

15 June 2000

2000 No. 100

15 June 2000

15 June 2000

2000 No. 219

17 Aug 2000

17 Aug 2000

2001 No. 49

29 Mar 2001

2 Apr 2001

2001 No. 105

4 June 2001

4 June 2001

2001 No. 138

20 June 2001

20 June 2001 (see r. 2 and Gazette 2001, No. GN24)

2001 No. 334

21 Dec 2001

21 Dec 2001

2002 No. 5

21 Feb 2002

21 Feb 2002

2002 No. 66

12 Apr 2002

12 Apr 2002

2002 No. 186

15 Aug 2002

15 Aug 2002

2002 No. 194

29 Aug 2002

29 Aug 2002

2002 No. 326

20 Dec 2002

1 Jan 2003 (see r. 2)

2003 No. 165

2 July 2003

2 July 2003

2003 No. 248

10 Oct 2003

10 Oct 2003

2003 No. 265

28 Oct 2003

1 Nov 2003

2003 No. 306

11 Dec 2003

11 Dec 2003

2003 No. 307

11 Dec 2003

rr. 1–3 and Schedule 1: 11 Dec 2003
Remainder: 1 Jan 2004

2003 No. 338

23 Dec 2003

1 Jan 2004

2004 No. 164

1 July 2004

rr. 1–3 and Schedule 1: 1 Sept 1995
r. 4 and Schedule 2: 3 Apr 2000
Remainder: 1 July 2004

2004 No. 287

7 Sept 2004

7 Sept 2004

2005 No. 81

12 May 2005 (see F2005L01124)

13 May 2005

2005 No. 200

2 Sept 2005 (see F2005L01997)

3 Sept 2005

2005 No. 202

16 Sept 2005 (see F2005L02591)

1 Oct 2005

2006 No. 127

15 June 2006 (see F2006L01816)

16 June 2006

2006 No. 288

16 Nov 2006 (see F2006L03649)

17 Nov 2006

2007 No. 38

23 Mar 2007 (see F2007L00755)

24 Mar 2007

2007 No. 139

8 June 2007 (see F2007L01572)

9 June 2007

2009 No. 3

6 Feb 2009 (see F2009L00231)

7 Feb 2009

2009 No. 56

15 Apr 2009 (see F2009L01214)

16 Apr 2009

2010 No. 13

3 Mar 2010 (see F2010L00511)

4 Mar 2010

2010 No. 61

16 Apr 2010 (see F2010L00777)

17 Apr 2010

2010 No. 153

2 July 2010 (see F2010L01782)

rr. 1–3 and Schedule 1: 3 July 2010
Schedule 2: 14 July 2010

2010 No. 251

28 Oct 2010 (see F2010L02829)

rr. 1–3 and Schedule 1: 29 Oct 2010
Schedule 2: 1 Jan 2011 (see r. 2 (b))

2012 No. 20

14 Mar 2012 (see F2012L00576)

15 Mar 2012

2012 No. 21

14 Mar 2012 (see F2012L00577)

15 Mar 2012

2012 No. 274

10 Dec 2012 (see F2012L02379)

11 Dec 2012

40, 2013

2 Apr 2013 (see F2013L00592)

3 Apr 2013

57, 2013

30 Apr 2013 (see F2013L00702)

1 May 2013

199, 2013

26 July 2013 (see F2013L01448)

27 July 2013

14, 2014

17 Mar 2014 (see F2014L00282)

18 Mar 2014

86, 2014

13 June 2014 (see F2014L00716)

Sch 1: 1 July 2014 (see s 2)

76, 2015

4 June 2015 (F2015L00787)

Sch 1 (items 2–4): 5 June 2015 (s 2)

 

Endnote 4—Amendment history

 

Provision affected

How affected

r. 1......................................

rs. 1998 No. 361

r. 4A....................................

ad. 2001 No. 334

 

rs. 2002 No. 186

 

am. 2003 No. 248

 

rs. 2010 No. 13

 

am. No. 57, 2013; No 76, 2015

r. 4B....................................

ad. 2001 No. 334

 

am. 2002 No. 326; 2010 No. 13

r. 4BA.................................

ad. 2002 No. 5

 

am. 2002 Nos. 186 and 326; 2009 No. 56

 

rep. 2010 No. 13

r. 4BB..................................

ad. 2002 No. 186

 

am. 2009 No. 56

 

rep. 2010 No. 13

r. 4BC..................................

ad. 2002 No. 186

 

rs. 2007 No. 38

 

am. 2009 No. 56

 

rep. 2010 No. 13

r. 4BAA...............................

ad. 2010 No. 13

r. 4BAB...............................

ad. 2010 No. 13

 

am. 2012 No. 274; No. 57, 2013; No 76, 2015

r. 4C....................................

ad. 2001 No. 334

 

am. 2010 No. 13

r. 4D....................................

ad. 2010 No. 13

 

am. 2012 No. 274; No. 57, 2013

r. 4E....................................

ad. 2010 No. 13

r. 4F....................................

ad. 2010 No. 153

r. 5......................................

am. 1991 No. 235; 1992 No. 91; 1996 Nos. 125, 228 and 264; 2001 No. 49; 2003 Nos. 306 and 338

 

rs. 2012 No. 21

r. 6......................................

am. 1992 No. 91; 1994 No. 297; 1996 Nos. 125 and 228; 1997 No. 14; 2000 No. 99; 2003 No. 307; 2004 No. 164; 2010 No. 251

 

rs. 2012 No. 21

 

am. No. 40, 2013

r. 6AA.................................

ad. 2005 No. 200

r. 6A....................................

ad. 1992 No. 276

r. 6B....................................

ad. 1998 No. 361

r. 6C....................................

ad. 2001 No. 105

 

rep No. 199, 2013

r. 6D....................................

ad. 2001 No. 138

r. 6E....................................

ad. 2001 No. 138

 

am. 2002 No. 194; 2003 No. 165; 2005 No. 81; 2006 No. 288; 2010 No. 13; 2012 No. 274

r. 6F....................................

ad. 2001 No. 334

 

rep. 2002 No. 66

r. 7A....................................

ad. 2010 No. 61

 

am. 2012 No. 20; No 14 and 86, 2014

r. 8......................................

am. 2004 No. 287; 2005 No. 202; 2010 No. 61

r. 11....................................

ad. 2010 No. 13

 

am No 76, 2015

Schedule 3A

 

Schedule 3A........................

ad. 1992 No. 276

Schedule 3B

 

Heading to Schedule 3B.......

rs. 2000 No. 100

Schedule 3B........................

ad. 1998 No. 361

Schedule 3C

 

Schedule 3C........................

ad. 2001 No. 138

 

am. 2002 No. 194; 2003 No. 165; 2005 No. 81

Schedule 4

 

Schedule 4...........................

am. 1991 Nos. 235 and 258; 1995 No. 23; 1996 No. 7; 1998 No. 68; 1999 No. 156; 2000 Nos. 100 and 219; 2003 No. 265; 2004 No. 287; 2005 No. 202; 2006 No. 127; 2007 No. 139; 2009 No. 3; 2010 No. 153

Schedule 5

 

Schedule 5...........................

ad. 2010 No. 13

 

am. 2012 No. 274