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Australian Federal Police Regulations 1979

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SR 1979 No. 210 Regulations as amended, taking into account amendments up to Australian Federal Police Amendment (Workplace Drug Testing and Other Measures) Regulation 2015
Administered by: Home Affairs
Registered 08 Feb 2016
Start Date 15 Dec 2015
Date of repeal 17 Aug 2018
Repealed by Australian Federal Police Regulations 2018
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Australian Federal Police Regulations 1979

Statutory Rules No. 210, 1979

made under the

Australian Federal Police Act 1979

Compilation No. 17

Compilation date:                              15 December 2015

Includes amendments up to:            SLI No. 249, 2015

Registered:                                         8 February 2016

 

About this compilation

This compilation

This is a compilation of the Australian Federal Police Regulations 1979 that shows the text of the law as amended and in force on 15 December 2015 (the compilation date).

This compilation was prepared on 6 February 2016.

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

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Self‑repealing provisions

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Contents

Part 1—Preliminary                                                                                                             1

1............ Name of Regulations........................................................................... 1

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

Part 2—Employment                                                                                                           4

Division 2.1—Employment decisions                                                                    4

3............ AFP values......................................................................................... 4

4............ Competence and qualifications of commissioned police officers......... 4

5............ Suspension from duties....................................................................... 5

5A......... Prescribed persons may require AFP employees to undergo alcohol screening tests, alcohol breath tests or prohibited drug tests etc....................................................................................... 6

6............ Suspension of declarations under section 40B.................................... 7

Division 2.2—Conditions of employment                                                           8

8............ Undertaking........................................................................................ 8

9............ Oaths and affirmations........................................................................ 8

Division 2.3—Election candidates                                                                          9

10.......... Resignation to contest election............................................................ 9

11.......... Re‑engagement of person who resigns to contest election.................. 9

Division 2.4—Financial matters                                                                            11

Subdivision 2.4.1—Submission of financial statements                                 11

12.......... Financial statements.......................................................................... 11

Subdivision 2.4.2—Deductions from salaries to satisfy judgment debts    11

12A....... Definitions........................................................................................ 11

12B....... Application of Subdivision 2.4.2...................................................... 12

12C....... Application of State or Territory law................................................. 13

12D....... Paying officer.................................................................................... 13

12E........ Authority to make deductions........................................................... 14

12F........ Administration fee............................................................................. 15

12G....... More than one judgment debt............................................................ 16

12H....... Effect of deductions.......................................................................... 16

12I......... Rate of deductions............................................................................. 16

12J........ Administration of deductions............................................................ 17

12K....... Recovery of overpayment................................................................. 17

Division 2.4A—Conduct of AFP appointees                                                   18

13A....... Intentionally prejudicing police services or protective service functions.. 18

13B....... Information—unauthorised disclosure.............................................. 18

13C....... Information—unauthorised use or access......................................... 18

13D....... Bankrupt AFP appointee................................................................... 19

Division 2.4B—Drug testing                                                                                   20

Subdivision 2.4B.1—General provisions                                                           20

13E........ Meaning of authorised person.......................................................... 20

13F........ Persons authorised to give directions................................................ 20

13G....... Persons authorised to conduct tests and to operate equipment for that purpose        21

13H....... Conduct of tests—general................................................................. 21

13J........ Certificates........................................................................................ 22

13K....... Security and destruction of body samples......................................... 22

13KA.... Security and destruction of records relating to body samples from alcohol screening tests, breath tests, blood tests and drug tests........................................................................................... 24

13L........ Disclosure of information................................................................. 25

Subdivision 2.4B.2—Breath tests                                                                         26

13M...... Procedures to be followed................................................................. 26

13N....... Approval of courses.......................................................................... 27

Subdivision 2.4B.3—Blood tests and prohibited drug tests of body samples other than urine   27

13P........ Application........................................................................................ 27

13Q....... Definitions........................................................................................ 28

13QA.... Commissioner may determine that a facility is an authorised laboratory.. 28

13QB.... Approval of facility to collect body samples..................................... 28

13QC.... Approval of courses—collecting body samples................................ 29

13R....... Taking of body samples.................................................................... 29

13S........ Analysis of body samples................................................................. 29

13T........ Certificates........................................................................................ 29

13U....... Disputed results................................................................................ 31

Subdivision 2.4B.4—Prohibited drug tests using urine samples                  31

13V....... Procedures to be followed................................................................. 31

13W...... Approval by Commissioner.............................................................. 31

Division 2.5—Miscellaneous                                                                                   32

14.......... Awards for bravery, other conspicuous conduct or diligent service.. 32

15.......... Voluntary retirement......................................................................... 32

Part 3—Review of employment decisions                                                             33

Division 3.1—Retirement due to physical or mental incapacity          33

16.......... Application for review...................................................................... 33

17.......... Notification of review....................................................................... 33

18.......... Minimum requirements for conducting review................................. 33

19.......... Requirement to provide information or documents........................... 34

20.......... Conduct of review............................................................................. 34

21.......... Exclusion of information................................................................... 34

22.......... Action by Commissioner.................................................................. 35

23.......... Exclusion of information................................................................... 35

Division 3.2—Miscellaneous                                                                                   37

24.......... Process for review must exist........................................................... 37

Part 5—AFP property matters                                                                                    38

28.......... Return of property etc....................................................................... 38

29.......... Return of claimable property............................................................. 39

30.......... Disposal of unclaimed property........................................................ 40

31.......... Return or disposal of exhibits........................................................... 41

32.......... Notice of, and proceeds of, sale of property...................................... 42

Part 6—Miscellaneous                                                                                                       43

33.......... Delegation......................................................................................... 43

34.......... Police services rendered to the public or to an authority of the Commonwealth       43

35.......... Waiver and exemption of fees........................................................... 44

Part 7—Application and transitional provisions                                               45

Division 1—Provisions relating to the Australian Federal Police Amendment (Workplace Drug Testing and Other Measures) Regulation 2015                                   45

36.......... Definitions........................................................................................ 45

37.......... Application of amendments............................................................... 45

38.......... Repeal of this Part............................................................................. 46

Schedule 1—Forms                                                                                                     47

Form 1—Undertaking                                                                                                       47

Form 2—Oath for Commissioner, Deputy Commissioner, member or special member                48

Australian Federal Police Act 1979................................................................. 48

Form 3—Affirmation for Commissioner, Deputy Commissioner, member or special member                49

Australian Federal Police Act 1979................................................................. 49

Form 3A—Oath for protective service officer or special protective service officer          50

Australian Federal Police Act 1979................................................................. 50

Form 3B—Affirmation for protective service officer or special protective service officer           51

Australian Federal Police Act 1979................................................................. 51

Form 4—Listening device warrant in relation to a particular person (Act s 12G (2))     52

Commonwealth of Australia............................................................................ 52

Australian Federal Police Act 1979................................................................. 52

Form 5—Listening device warrant in relation to particular premises (Act s 12G (4))    54

Commonwealth of Australia............................................................................ 54

Australian Federal Police Act 1979................................................................. 54

Form 6—Listening device warrant in relation to a particular item (Act s 12G (5A))      56

Commonwealth of Australia............................................................................ 56

Australian Federal Police Act 1979................................................................. 56

Schedule 1A—Persons authorised to conduct tests and to operate equipment for that purpose                                                                                                   58

Schedule 1B—Prescribed awards and prescribed criteria 60

Schedule 2—Fees                                                                                                           62

Endnote 1—About the endnotes                                                                            65

Endnote 2—Abbreviation key                                                                                66

Endnote 3—Legislation history                                                                             67

Endnote 4—Amendment history                                                                           70

Endnote 5—Miscellaneous                                                                                       79

 


Part 1Preliminary

  

1  Name of Regulations

                   These Regulations are the Australian Federal Police Regulations 1979.

2  Interpretation

In these Regulations:

Act means the Australian Federal Police Act 1979.

AFP means Australian Federal Police.

AFP records means the records of the Australian Federal Police.

approved breath analysis instrument means an instrument that is approved for the purposes of conducting a breath test:

                     (a)  under the law of the State or Territory in which the breath test is conducted; or

                     (b)  for a breath test conducted in an external Territory or a foreign country—under the law of a State or Territory.

authorised laboratory means:

                     (a)  a facility accredited by the National Association of Testing Authorities, Australia; or

                     (b)  a facility covered by a determination in force under regulation 13QA.

cost to AFP for use of AFP employee’s time, in relation to making an AFP employee available to render a service, means:

                     (a)  if the employee is made available for a minimum of 4 hours and renders the service for 4 hours or less—the amount of remuneration payable to the employee for 4 hours plus 150.2% of his or her base salary for 4 hours; or

                     (b)  in any other case—the amount of remuneration payable to the employee for the period when he or she renders the service plus 150.2% of his or her base salary for the period.

government agency means:

                     (a)  a Department of the Commonwealth or of a State or Territory; or

                     (b)  a body (whether incorporated or not) established for a public purpose by or under a law of the Commonwealth or of a State or Territory.

head of a government agency means:

                     (a)  in relation to a Commonwealth government agency that is a Department of the Commonwealth—the Secretary of the Department; or

                     (b)  in relation to a Commonwealth government agency that is a body established for a public purpose—the person holding, or performing the duties of, the principal office in respect of the body; or

                     (c)  in relation to a State or Territory government agency—the person holding, or performing the duties of, the principal office in respect of the agency.

integrity agency for a State or Territory means any of the following:

                     (a)  the New South Wales Crime Commission;

                     (b)  the Independent Commission Against Corruption of New South Wales;

                     (c)  the Police Integrity Commission of New South Wales;

                     (d)  the Independent Broad‑based Anti‑corruption Commission of Victoria;

                     (e)  the Crime and Corruption Commission of Queensland;

                      (f)  the Corruption and Crime Commission of Western Australia;

                     (g)  the Independent Commissioner Against Corruption of South Australia;

                     (h)  the Integrity Commission of Tasmania.

liquid property includes money and negotiable instruments, but does not include property that has a collectable value.

Example:  Property that has a collectable value could include a rare coin, a proof set of coins, a coin collection, a rare currency note or a collection of currency notes, the face value of which is less than its market value.

medical practitioner has the same meaning as in subsection 3 (1) of the Health Insurance Act 1973.

Merit Protection Commissioner means the Merit Protection Commissioner appointed under the Public Service Act 1999.

registered nurse has the same meaning as in subsection 3 (1) of the Health Insurance Act 1973.

remuneration, for an AFP employee, means the base salary and any overtime, penalties and other allowances payable to the employee.

Part 2Employment

Division 2.1Employment decisions

3  AFP values

                   Employment decisions in the AFP must be based on the following values:

                     (a)  impartiality and professionalism;

                     (b)  merit;

                     (c)  freedom from discrimination;

                     (d)  openness and accountability;

                     (e)  fairness;

                      (f)  equity in employment;

                     (g)  effectiveness.

4  Competence and qualifications of commissioned police officers

             (1)  A member of the Australian Federal Police is competent and qualified to be a commissioned police officer if the member:

                     (a)  is an Australian citizen; and

                     (b)  has reached the age of 18 years; and

                     (c)  has been certified by a medical practitioner, approved by the Commissioner, to be in good health; and

                     (d)  has the experience, qualifications and training required for the effective performance of the duties of a commissioned police officer, as specified by the Commissioner; and

                     (e)  having regard to any other factors that are relevant to the performance of the duties of a commissioned police officer, is suitable to be a commissioned police officer.

             (2)  However, if the Commissioner considers it appropriate to do so, the Commissioner may recommend that paragraph (1) (a) not apply to a member who is otherwise competent and qualified to be a commissioned police officer.

5  Suspension from duties

             (1)  The Commissioner may suspend an AFP employee from duties:

                     (a)  if the Commissioner believes on reasonable grounds that the employee:

                              (i)  has, or may have, engaged in conduct that contravenes the AFP professional standards; or

                             (ii)  has, or may have, engaged in corrupt conduct; or

                     (b)  to allow the employee to contest an election to a non‑parliamentary body.

             (2)  The Commissioner may also suspend an AFP employee from duties if:

                     (a)  the employee is charged with having committed a summary or indictable offence against a law of the Commonwealth, a State, a Territory or another country; and

                     (b)  the Commissioner believes that, because of the nature of the offence, the employee should not continue to perform his or her duties until the charge has been determined.

             (3)  An AFP employee who is suspended under this regulation is entitled to be paid remuneration in accordance with the Act but is not entitled to penalties, composites, overtime or other allowances while suspended.

             (4)  However, the Commissioner may direct that suspension is without remuneration.

             (5)  The Commissioner must end the suspension if:

                     (a)  the Commissioner no longer believes on reasonable grounds that the employee:

                              (i)  has, or may have, engaged in conduct that contravenes the AFP professional standards; or

                             (ii)  has, or may have, engaged in corrupt conduct; or

                     (b)  the employee fails to be elected to the non‑parliamentary body; or

                     (c)  if subregulation (2) applies, the employee is found not guilty of the offence with which he or she has been charged.

             (6)  The Commissioner must end the suspension if:

                     (a)  the AFP conduct issue in relation to conduct mentioned in paragraph (1) (a) has been dealt with under Part V of the Act; and

                     (b)  either:

                              (i)  action, other than termination action, is to be taken in relation to the issue; or

                             (ii)  the Commissioner has determined that no further action is to be taken in relation to the issue.

5A  Prescribed persons may require AFP employees to undergo alcohol screening tests, alcohol breath tests or prohibited drug tests etc.

             (1)  For the purposes of paragraph 40J(1)(aa) of the Act, an authorised person (within the meaning of regulation 13E) may give an AFP employee who is suspended from duty a written direction requiring him or her to do one or more of the following:

                     (a)  undergo an alcohol screening test;

                     (b)  undergo a breath test;

                     (c)  provide a body sample of a kind specified in the direction for a prohibited drug test.

             (2)  An AFP employee must comply with a direction given to him or her under subregulation (1).

             (3)  If:

                     (a)  in accordance with a direction under subregulation (1), an AFP employee undergoes a breath test; and

                     (b)  the breath test indicates the presence of alcohol;

the employee may provide a sample of his or her blood for the purpose of a blood test, in accordance with these Regulations.

Note:          Subdivision 2.4B.3 sets out rules about conducting blood tests and prohibited drug tests.

6  Suspension of declarations under section 40B

                   The Commissioner may, for a specified period of time, suspend a declaration made under section 40B of the Act.

Division 2.2Conditions of employment

8  Undertaking

                   For paragraphs 36 (2) (a), (3) (a), (4) (a), (4A) (a) and (4B) (a) of the Act, the undertaking in Form 1 of Schedule 1 is prescribed.

9  Oaths and affirmations

             (1)  For subsection 36 (1) and paragraphs 36 (2) (b), (3) (b) and
(4) (b) of the Act, the oath in Form 2 of Schedule 1 and the affirmation in Form 3 of Schedule 1 are prescribed.

             (2)  For paragraphs 36 (4A) (b) and (4B) (b) of the Act, the oath in Form 3A of Schedule 1 and the affirmation in Form 3B of Schedule 1 are prescribed.

             (3)  It is not necessary that a religious text be used in making and subscribing an oath mentioned in subregulation (1) or (2).

Division 2.3Election candidates

10  Resignation to contest election

             (1)  An AFP employee may resign from the AFP to become a candidate at an election of a member or members of:

                     (a)  the Parliament of the Commonwealth or a State; or

                     (b)  the Legislative Assembly for the Australian Capital Territory or of the Northern Territory.

             (2)  However, the employee may not resign for that purpose earlier than the date of issue of the writ for the election or later than the date on which the nominations for the election close.

             (3)  The employee must give the Commissioner, no later than 2 weeks before he or she proposes to resign, notice in writing specifying the day on which he or she proposes to resign.

11  Re‑engagement of person who resigns to contest election

             (1)  This regulation applies to a person who:

                     (a)  resigns from the AFP under regulation 10; and

                     (b)  fails to be nominated at the election or, if nominated, fails to be elected at the election; and

                     (c)  applies to be re‑engaged as an AFP employee within 2 months after the declaration of the result of the election (or, if the result is disputed, within 2 months after a court of disputed returns decides the petition disputing the result, or the petition is withdrawn or lapses).

             (2)  The person must be again engaged as an AFP employee on the same terms and conditions as would apply to the person if the person had not resigned.

             (3)  If a declaration under subsection 9 (2A) or (2B), or section 40B or 40D of the Act was in force in relation to the person immediately before the person resigned, then, unless it would have ceased to be in force sooner, the declaration is taken to continue to be in force from the day when the person is again engaged until it would otherwise cease to be in force.

             (4)  The period between the person’s resignation and the day when the person is again engaged as an AFP employee is to be recognised as service for all purposes.

Division 2.4Financial matters

Subdivision 2.4.1Submission of financial statements

12  Financial statements

             (1)  A statement given to the Commissioner under subsection 40L (1) of the Act is confidential and the information contained in it must not be disclosed except for the purpose for which it was collected.

             (2)  The statement must be stored in a way that ensures confidentiality is maintained.

             (3)  The statement must only be handled:

                     (a)  by the Commissioner or a person authorised by the Commissioner; and

                     (b)  for the purpose for which it was collected.

Subdivision 2.4.2Deductions from salaries to satisfy judgment debts

12A  Definitions

             (1)  In this Subdivision:

debtor means any of the following persons who owe a judgment debt:

                     (a)  the Commissioner;

                     (b)  a Deputy Commissioner;

                     (c)  an AFP employee;

                     (d)  a special member;

                     (e)  a special protective service officer.

judgment creditor means a person in whose favour a judgment for a sum of money has been given.

judgment debt includes interest on a judgment debt.

net salary has the meaning given by subregulation (2).

paying officer, for a debtor, means a person appointed under regulation 12D who is responsible for dealing with the debtor.

total gross salary has the meaning given by subregulation (3).

             (2)  The net salary of a debtor is the debtor’s total gross salary, less any amount to be deducted:

                     (a)  to pay income tax; and

                     (b)  if applicable, to pay child support in accordance with the Child Support (Assessment) Act 1989; and

                     (c)  as a contribution that:

                              (i)  the debtor is required to make to a superannuation fund relating to the debtor’s engagement in the AFP; and

                             (ii)  is the minimum amount required by law or by the rules of the fund.

             (3)  The total gross salary of a debtor is the amount of:

                     (a)  the debtor’s gross salary as the Commissioner, a Deputy Commissioner, an AFP employee, a special member or a special protective service officer (not including any payment of compensation under the Safety, Rehabilitation and Compensation Act 1988); and

                     (b)  the allowances, in the nature of salary, that are paid to the debtor;

without any reduction for salary sacrifice arrangements, or other arrangements for a similar purpose.

12B  Application of Subdivision 2.4.2

                   This Subdivision does not apply to a debtor:

                     (a)  whose estate has been sequestrated, either voluntarily or compulsorily, for the benefit of creditors; and

                     (b)  who has not yet obtained a certificate of discharge.

12C  Application of State or Territory law

                   A law of a State or a Territory that deals with satisfying a judgment debt:

                     (a)  applies to a debtor’s judgment debt only to the extent that the law deals with the calculation of interest on the debt; and

                     (b)  does not apply to the judgment debt for any other purpose.

12D  Paying officer

             (1)  If the Commissioner is satisfied, on reasonable grounds, that the making of deductions from a debtor’s salary is required to satisfy a judgment debt, the Commissioner must appoint, in writing, one or more persons as paying officers for the purpose of making those deductions.

             (2)  However, if the Commissioner is the debtor:

                     (a)  the Commissioner must not appoint a paying officer under subregulation (1); and

                     (b)  the Commissioner must act under this subregulation without considering whether the making of deductions from the Commissioner’s salary is required; and

                     (c)  the Commissioner must, in writing, delegate his or her power under subregulation (1) to appoint a paying officer to a senior executive AFP employee; and

                     (d)  the senior executive AFP employee must:

                              (i)  decide whether the making of deductions from the Commissioner’s salary is required; and

                             (ii)  if the senior executive AFP employee decides that the making of deductions is required to satisfy a judgment debt—appoint, in writing, a person as a paying officer for the purpose of making those deductions; and

                     (e)  the Commissioner must not take any action, or make any arrangement, in relation to the administration under this Subdivision of the Commissioner’s debt, other than:

                              (i)  making the delegation mentioned in paragraph (c); and

                             (ii)  if a paying officer is appointed—assisting the paying officer in satisfying the debt.

             (3)  If a person is appointed as a paying officer:

                     (a) the appointment authorises the person to act as a paying officer only in relation to the debtor to whom the appointment relates; and

                     (b)  the person is responsible for making deductions from the debtor’s salary to satisfy the judgment debt against the debtor.

             (4)  A debtor must not be a paying officer for himself or herself.

12E  Authority to make deductions

             (1)  Deductions from a debtor’s salary to satisfy a judgment debt may be started only if:

                     (a)  the paying officer has received a statutory declaration, made by the judgment creditor, that the judgment debt exists and has not been discharged; and

                     (b)  the paying officer has received a copy of the judgment to which the judgment debt relates, certified by the Registrar or other appropriate officer of the relevant court; and

                     (c)  the paying officer has received the fee (if any) required under regulation 12F; and

                     (d)  the paying officer has given the debtor a notice in accordance with subregulation (2); and

                     (e)  the debtor does not, within the time specified in the notice given under subregulation (2), satisfy the paying officer that the judgment debt has been satisfied.

Note:          For cases where there is more than one judgment debt against a debtor, see regulation 12G.

             (2)  The paying officer must:

                     (a)  notify the debtor, in writing, as soon as practicable after being satisfied that the requirements mentioned in paragraphs (1) (a), (b) and (c) are met, that it is proposed to make the deductions; and

                     (b)  require the debtor to state, in writing, by a time specified in the notice, whether the judgment debt has been satisfied; and

                              (i)  if the judgment debt has been satisfied—to give the paying officer evidence in support of that fact; and

                             (ii)  if the judgment debt has not been satisfied—to state, in writing, the amount due under the judgment at the time the statement is made.

             (3)  If the debtor does not give the paying officer evidence that the judgment debt has been satisfied by the time specified in the notice under subregulation (2), the paying officer must deduct from the debtor’s salary on each pay day for the debtor an amount equal to:

                     (a)  the deduction required under regulation 12I; or

                     (b)  a lesser amount that, in the paying officer’s opinion, is needed to satisfy the balance of the judgment debt.

             (4)  After making the first deduction, the paying officer may only continue to make deductions if the paying officer has no reason to believe that the judgment debt has been discharged.

             (5)  The paying officer must ensure that the amount of each deduction is paid to the judgment creditor.

12F  Administration fee

             (1)  A judgment creditor (other than the Commonwealth) who requests the payment of a judgment debt must pay a fee of $38 for the making of the deductions.

             (2)  The fee is the price of the supply of a service for the purposes of the A New Tax System (Goods and Services Tax) Act 1999.

             (3)  If a judgment creditor (other than the Commonwealth) requests the payment of a judgment debt, but does not pay the fee when making the request, the paying officer must notify the judgment creditor that:

                     (a)  the fee is payable for making the deductions; and

                     (b)  no deductions will be made unless the fee is paid.

12G  More than one judgment debt

             (1)  If more than one judgment debt exists against a debtor, the paying officer:

                     (a)  must deal with the judgment debts in the order in which the requests for deductions were received; and

                     (b)  must not make a deduction for the purpose of a particular judgment debt until all judgment debts for which earlier requests were made have been satisfied.

             (2)  If the paying officer receives 2 or more requests at the same time for the payment of judgment debts against a debtor, the paying officer must deal with the judgment debts in the order of the dates and times at which judgment was given for each debt, starting with the earliest judgment.

12H  Effect of deductions

                   If an amount is paid to a judgment creditor after a deduction is made from the debtor’s salary on a pay day for the debtor:

                     (a)  an amount equal to that amount is taken to have been paid by the Commonwealth to the debtor on account of salary payable to the debtor on that pay day; and

                     (b)  an amount equal to that amount is taken to have been paid by the debtor to the judgment creditor for the purposes of the judgment debt.

12I  Rate of deductions

             (1)  For paragraph 12E (3) (a), the rate at which a deduction is to be made from the debtor’s net salary on a pay day for the debtor is 20%, unless subregulation (2), (3) or (4) applies.

             (2)  The paying officer may reduce the rate at which deductions are to be made if the paying officer is satisfied, on reasonable grounds, that the debtor:

                     (a)  is suffering serious financial hardship; or

                     (b)  would suffer serious financial hardship if the rate of deduction were not reduced.

             (3)  If the debtor asks the paying officer, in writing, to make deductions at a rate greater than 20% of the debtor’s net salary, the paying officer must comply with the request as soon as practicable.

             (4)  The paying officer must reduce the rate as soon as practicable, but is not required to reduce the rate to less than 20%, if:

                     (a)  deductions are being made at a rate greater than 20% of the debtor’s net salary; and

                     (b)  the debtor asks a paying officer, in writing, to reduce the rate of the deductions.

12J  Administration of deductions

             (1)  A paying officer, in relation to a debtor, may:

                     (a)  require the judgment creditor to confirm that the judgment debt has not been discharged; and

                     (b)  suspend the making of deductions until the paying officer receives the confirmation.

             (2)  If a debtor’s employment with the AFP ceases, or is terminated, for any reason (including the debtor’s death) the paying officer must, as soon as practicable, notify the judgment creditor of the cessation or termination.

12K  Recovery of overpayment

                   If a payment made to a judgment creditor for a judgment debt exceeds the amount due under the judgment, the judgment creditor must repay the excess to the debtor.

Division 2.4AConduct of AFP appointees

13A  Intentionally prejudicing police services or protective service functions

                   An AFP appointee must not, with the intention of prejudicing police services or protective service functions:

                     (a)  fail to give prompt attention to his or her duties; or

                     (b)  be absent from duty without authority.

13B  Information—unauthorised disclosure

                   An AFP appointee must not, without lawful authority or excuse, disclose or take any action that brings, or is intended to bring, information relating to any of the following matters to the notice of the AFP appointee to whom the matter relates or any other person:

                     (a)  a matter in relation to information given by a person under Part V of the Act that raises an AFP conduct issue;

                     (b)  a matter in relation to a decision made by the Commissioner under section 40SD of the Act that an AFP conduct issue in relation to an AFP appointee is to be dealt with under Part V of the Act;

                     (c)  a matter in relation to an investigation of an AFP conduct issue in relation to an AFP appointee under Subdivision D of Division 3 of Part V of the Act;

                     (d)  a matter in relation to an inquiry under Division 4 of Part V of the Act. 

13C  Information—unauthorised use or access

             (1)  An AFP appointee must not, except in the performance of his or her duties:

                     (a)  use or communicate to another person any information that comes to the AFP appointee’s knowledge, or into his or her possession, by reason of being an AFP appointee; or

                     (b)  obtain access to information by reason of being an AFP appointee.

             (2)  For the purposes of paragraph (1) (b), an AFP appointee is taken to have obtained access to information even if:

                     (a)  the information is not in the possession, or under the control, of the Australian Federal Police; or

                     (b)  whether or not paragraph (a) applies—the information consists of a computer program or part of a computer program, or is otherwise stored in, or entered or copied into, a computer.

13D  Bankrupt AFP appointee

                   An AFP appointee who becomes a bankrupt must:

                     (a)  as soon as practicable, advise the Commissioner in writing that he or she is a bankrupt; and

                     (b)  give the Commissioner information about his or her bankruptcy, as required by the Commissioner.

Division 2.4BDrug testing

Subdivision 2.4B.1General provisions

13E  Meaning of authorised person

                   In this Division:

authorised person means:

                     (a)  in relation to a direction to undergo a breath test, blood test or prohibited drug test—a person authorised under regulation 13F; and

                     (b)  in relation to the conduct of a breath test, blood test or prohibited drug test, or the operation of equipment for purposes of that test—a person authorised under regulation 13G.

13F  Persons authorised to give directions

             (1)  The Commissioner may, by instrument in writing, authorise a person for the purposes of subregulation 5A(1) or subsection 40M(1) or 40N(1), (2) or (4) of the Act.

             (2)  The Commissioner may authorise:

                     (a)  a person by name; or

                     (b)  the holder, from time to time, of a particular position by reference to the title of that position.

             (3)  The Commissioner must give to a person authorised under this regulation a certificate stating that he or she is an authorised person.

             (4)  An authorised person must, if requested to do so, show his or her certificate to an AFP employee or special member who is directed by that person to undergo a test for the purposes of subregulation 5A(1) or subsection 40M(1) or 40N(1), (2) or (4) of the Act.

13G  Persons authorised to conduct tests and to operate equipment for that purpose

                   A person specified in column 3 of an item in Schedule 1A is authorised:

                     (a)  to conduct the test specified in column 2 of the item; and

                     (b)  to operate equipment for purposes of that test.

13H  Conduct of tests—general

             (1)  A breath test, blood test or prohibited drug test conducted for the purposes of subregulation 5A(1) or subsection 40M(1) or 40N(1), (2) or (4) of the Act must be conducted:

                     (a)  in a respectful manner; and

                     (b)  in circumstances affording reasonable privacy to the AFP employee or special member directed to undergo the test.

             (2)  The test must not be conducted in the presence or view of a person whose presence is not necessary for the purposes of the test and must not involve:

                     (a)  removal of more clothing than is necessary for the conduct of the test; and

                     (b)  more visual inspection than is necessary for the conduct of the test.

             (3)  If practicable, the test must be conducted by a person of the same sex as the AFP employee or special member directed to undergo the test.

             (4)  If the AFP employee or special member is required to provide a sample of hair for the purpose of a prohibited drug test, the person collecting the sample:

                     (a)  must use the least painful technique known and available to the person to collect the sample; and

                     (b)  must collect only the amount of hair necessary for the conduct of the test; and

                     (c)  may collect the sample from any part of the body of the AFP employee or special member, other than:

                              (i)  the genital or anal area; or

                             (ii)  the buttocks.

13J  Certificates

                   A certificate issued under subregulation 13F (3) or regulation 13M or 13T is evidence of the matters stated in the certificate.

13K  Security and destruction of body samples

             (1)  This regulation applies in relation to a body sample that was provided by an AFP employee or a special member for the purpose of a blood test or a prohibited drug test conducted for the purposes of subregulation 5A(1) or subsection 40M(1) or 40N(1), (2) or (4) of the Act.

             (2)  The body sample must be kept in a secure location until such time as it is destroyed in accordance with this regulation.

             (3)  The body sample must be destroyed:

                     (a)  if the body sample indicates the presence of alcohol or prohibited drugs—no later than 3 years after the day the test was conducted; or

                     (b)  in any other case—no later than 28 days after the day the test was conducted.

             (4)  However, if the body sample is of a kind mentioned in paragraph (3)(a), it need not be destroyed if the Commissioner determines, in writing, that it should be retained, for such longer period as specified in the determination, for the purpose of:

                     (a)  determining whether the AFP employee or special member who provided the body sample (or any other AFP employee or special member) has committed an offence or failed to comply with AFP professional standards; or

                     (b)  assessing the continuing suitability of, as the case requires:

                              (i)  the AFP employee for employment as an AFP employee; or

                             (ii)  the special member for appointment as a special member; or

                     (c)  use in any of the following:

                              (i)  proceedings in relation to a decision of the Commissioner to terminate the employment of the AFP employee or the appointment of the special member;

                             (ii)  proceedings under the Safety, Rehabilitation and Compensation Act 1988;

                            (iii)  proceedings in tort against the Commonwealth that are instituted by the AFP employee or special member.

Note:          Information about a body sample of an AFP employee or a special member that indicates the presence of alcohol or prohibited drugs may be provided to certain Commonwealth, State and Territory law enforcement, national security and anti‑corruption bodies for the purposes of security and character clearances and for intelligence gathering in relation to criminal activities (see subregulation 13L(2)).

             (5)  A body sample that is retained for a longer period in accordance with subregulation (4) must be destroyed no later than the last day of the longer period.

             (6)  This regulation does not apply to an unanalysed body sample.

Note:          An unanalysed body sample may be destroyed if it is not collected by the AFP employee or special member within 6 months of being informed of the result of the blood test or prohibited drug test (see subregulation 13T(3)).

13KA  Security and destruction of records relating to body samples from alcohol screening tests, breath tests, blood tests and drug tests

             (1)  This regulation applies in relation to a record of a body sample that is relevant to an alcohol screening test, a breath test, a blood test or a prohibited drug test conducted for the purposes of subregulation 5A(1) or subsection 40LA(1), 40M(1) or 40N(1), (2) or (4) of the Act in relation to an AFP appointee.

             (2)  The record must be kept in a secure location until such time as it is destroyed in accordance with this regulation.

             (3)  The record must be destroyed if:

                     (a)  the body sample did not indicate the presence of alcohol or prohibited drugs; and

                     (b)  the AFP appointee who provided the body sample ceases, for any reason, to be an AFP appointee.

             (4)  A record of a body sample that must be destroyed under subregulation (3) must be destroyed as soon as practicable after the AFP appointee who provided the body sample ceases to be an AFP appointee.

             (5)  Despite subregulations (3) and (4), the record need not be destroyed if:

                     (a)  it relates to any of the following:

                              (i)  the detection of alcohol or prohibited drugs;

                             (ii)  the name of any prohibited drugs detected;

                            (iii)  the quantity of any alcohol or prohibited drugs detected;

                            (iv)  how a body sample was provided or analysed;

                             (v)  whether a urine sample was provided, or analysed, in accordance with the standard mentioned in regulation 13V; and

                     (b)  it is used for compiling a statistical database; and

                     (c)  it does not include information that may be used to identify the AFP appointee who provided the body sample to which the record relates.

             (6)  A record that is retained in accordance with subregulation (5) must be destroyed no later than the day determined, in writing, by the Commissioner.

13L  Disclosure of information

             (1)  A person to whom section 60A of the Act applies may disclose information revealed by an alcohol screening test, a blood test or a prohibited drug test conducted for the purposes of subsection 40LA(1), 40M(1) or 40N(1), (2) or (4) of the Act in relation to an AFP appointee only:

                     (a)  if the information is already publicly known; or

                     (b)  in accordance with this Division; or

                     (c)  for the investigation of any offence or offences generally; or

                     (d)  to enable an AFP conduct issue to be dealt with under Part V of the Act and to enable any action to be taken under that Part in relation to the issue; or

                     (e)  for a decision whether to institute proceedings for an offence; or

                      (f)  for proceedings for an offence; or

                     (g)  for the AFP appointee’s medical treatment; or

                     (h)  if the AFP appointee consents in writing to the disclosure.

             (2)  The Commissioner may disclose information revealed by an alcohol screening test, a blood test or a prohibited drug test conducted for the purposes of subsection 40LA(1), 40M(1) or 40N(1), (2) or (4) of the Act in relation to an AFP appointee to any of the following:

                     (a)  the head of a Commonwealth government agency;

                     (b)  the head of a police force of a State or Territory;

                     (c)  the head of an integrity agency for a State or Territory;

                     (d)  the head of another State or Territory government agency;

if the Commissioner is satisfied, having regard to the functions of the agency concerned, that it is appropriate to do so for the purposes of:

                     (e)  conducting a security or character clearance of a person who is, or was, an AFP employee or a special member; or

                      (f)  determining whether a person who is, or was, an AFP employee has committed an offence or failed to comply with AFP professional standards; or

                     (g)  assessing:

                              (i)  the suitability for employment of a person who is, or was, an AFP employee; or

                             (ii)  the suitability for appointment of a person who is, or was a special member; or

                     (h)  intelligence gathering in relation to criminal activity.

Note:          It is an offence to make a record of any prescribed information or to divulge or communicate any prescribed information to another person, other than for the purposes of the Act or the regulations (see section 60A of the Act).

Subdivision 2.4B.2Breath tests

13M  Procedures to be followed

             (1)  A breath test for section 40M or 40N of the Act must be conducted using an approved breath analysis instrument.

             (2)  An AFP employee or special member who is directed to undergo a breath test may ask the authorised person conducting the test to arrange for the AFP employee or special member to also undergo a blood test.

             (3)  However, neither a request for a blood test to be conducted nor the conduct of a blood test absolves the AFP employee or special member from the obligation to undergo a breath test.

             (4)  If the AFP employee or special member asks that a blood test be conducted, the authorised person conducting the breath test must take all reasonable steps to contact a person authorised to conduct a blood test.

             (5)  A certificate that makes statements about a matter specified in subregulation (6) and that is expressed to be given for this regulation must be signed by the authorised person who conducted the test.

             (6)  The following matters are specified:

                     (a)  the type and serial number of the approved breath analysis instrument used to conduct the breath test;

                     (b)  the sample number of the test;

                     (c)  the full name and date of birth of the person tested;

                     (d)  the full name of the authorised person who conducted the test;

                     (e)  whether the authorised person conducted a self‑test on the instrument before and after the analysis;

                      (f)  if the authorised person conducted a self‑test:

                              (i)  the time and result of the self‑test; and

                             (ii)  whether the self‑test was conducted on ‘override mode’;

                     (g)  the date on which, and the time at which, the breath test was conducted;

                     (h)  the result of the breath test as shown by the instrument.

13N  Approval of courses

                   The Commissioner may, in writing, approve a training course in conducting breath tests.

Subdivision 2.4B.3Blood tests and prohibited drug tests of body samples other than urine

13P  Application

                   This subdivision applies to:

                     (a)  blood tests; and

                     (b)  prohibited drug tests of body samples other than urine.

13Q  Definitions

                   In this subdivision:

analyst means a person at an authorised laboratory who performs the quantification of a body sample taken by an authorised person.

13QA  Commissioner may determine that a facility is an authorised laboratory

             (1)  The Commissioner may, in writing, determine that a facility (other than a facility accredited by the National Association of Testing Authorities, Australia) is an authorised laboratory for the purpose of these Regulations.

             (2)  If the Commissioner authorises a facility under subregulation (1):

                     (a)  the Commissioner must give the facility a certificate stating that it is an authorised laboratory; and

                     (b)  an employee of the facility must, if requested to do so, show the certificate to an AFP employee or special member who is directed to undergo a test to collect body samples other than blood.

13QB  Approval of facility to collect body samples

             (1)  The Commissioner may, in writing, approve a facility (other than a facility accredited by the National Association of Testing Authorities, Australia) to collect body samples other than blood.

             (2)  If the Commissioner authorises a facility under subregulation (1):

                     (a)  the Commissioner must give the facility a certificate stating that it is approved to collect body samples other than blood; and

                     (b)  an employee of the facility must, if requested to do so, show the certificate to an AFP employee or special member who is directed to undergo a test to collect body samples other than blood.

13QC  Approval of courses—collecting body samples

                   The Commissioner may, in writing, approve a training course in collecting body samples other than blood.

13R  Taking of body samples

                   An authorised person taking a body sample for the purposes of a blood test or prohibited drug test must:

                     (a)  place approximately equal quantities of the sample into 2 containers; and

                     (b)  label each container for future identification; and

                     (c)  ensure that each container is sealed; and

                     (d)  arrange for both sealed containers to be sent to an authorised laboratory.

13S  Analysis of body samples

             (1)  An analyst at an authorised laboratory must conduct an analysis of a portion of the body sample to determine:

                     (a)  the concentration of alcohol in the blood; or

                     (b)  whether the body sample contains a prohibited drug.

             (2)  If the first analysis of a portion of the sample indicates the presence of alcohol or a prohibited drug in the sample, an analysis of another portion of the sample must be conducted.

             (3)  The sample for the second analysis must be taken from the same container from which the earlier sample was taken.

13T  Certificates

             (1)  As soon as practicable after conducting an analysis of a body sample provided by an AFP employee or a special member for a blood test or prohibited drug test, the analyst must give a certificate to an authorised person.

             (2)  The certificate must state the following information:

                     (a)  the unique identification number for the sample;

                     (b)  the date when the sample was taken;

                     (c)  the date when the sample was received in the authorised laboratory for analysis;

                     (d)  the authorised laboratory identification number of the sample;

                     (e)  the date when the analysis was conducted;

                      (f)  the results of the analysis;

                     (g)  the signature and name of the analyst who conducted the analysis;

                     (h)  any observations made during the course of the analysis which may have affected test results.

             (3)  As soon as practicable after receiving the certificate under subregulation (1), an authorised person must give the AFP employee or special member:

                     (a)  a copy of the certificate; and

                     (b)  a written notice informing the AFP employee or special member that:

                              (i)  he or she may collect the unanalysed sample, and the result of the analysis from the analysed sample, from the authorised laboratory within 6 months of being informed of the result of the blood test or prohibited drug test; and

                             (ii)  he or she may have the unanalysed sample independently tested by another authorised laboratory; and

                            (iii)  the unanalysed sample may be destroyed if it is not collected within 6 months of the AFP employee or special member being informed of the result of the blood test or prohibited drug test.

13U  Disputed results

             (1)  If the results of an analysis are disputed by the AFP employee or special member who provided the sample:

                     (a)  the unanalysed sample must be made available for independent testing; and

                     (b)  all records of the original test must be made available for re‑examination.

             (2)  Because of possible degradation of the body sample over time, re‑testing need only detect the presence of alcohol or a prohibited drug.

Subdivision 2.4B.4Prohibited drug tests using urine samples

13V  Procedures to be followed

                   The provision, and the analysis, of a urine sample for the purposes of a prohibited drug test must be in accordance with the Australian/New Zealand Standard AS/NZS 4308—2008 “Procedures for specimen collection and the detection and quantitation of drugs of abuse in urine” as those procedures exist at the commencement of the Australian Federal Police Amendment (Workplace Drug Testing and Other Measures) Regulation 2015.

13W  Approval by Commissioner

                   The Commissioner may, in writing, approve a training course in supervising the provision of urine samples.

Division 2.5Miscellaneous

14  Awards for bravery, other conspicuous conduct or diligent service

             (1)  For subsections 61 (1) and 61 (1A) of the Act, an award mentioned in column 2 of Schedule 1B is prescribed.

             (2)  For subsection 61 (2) of the Act, a criterion mentioned in column 3 of an item in Schedule 1B is prescribed for the award mentioned in column 2 of the item.

15  Voluntary retirement

             (1)  Notice under subsection 31 (1) of the Act must specify a day on which the retirement of the AFP employee is to take effect.

             (2)  The day specified in a notice under subsection 31 (1) of the Act must not:

                     (a)  be earlier than 14 days after the day on which the notice is given (unless the Commissioner approves a shorter period); or

                     (b)  be later than 4 months after the day on which the notice is given.

Part 3Review of employment decisions

Division 3.1Retirement due to physical or mental incapacity

16  Application for review

             (1)  An AFP employee who has been retired by the Commissioner under subsection 32 (1) of the Act may apply in writing to the Merit Protection Commissioner for review of the decision.

             (2)  The application must be made through the Commissioner.

             (3)  The application must be received by the Commissioner within 28 days after the employee is notified of the decision.

             (4)  The application must state briefly why the review is sought.

             (5)  The application does not operate to stay the decision.

17  Notification of review

                   Within 14 days after receiving an application, the Commissioner must give to the Merit Protection Commissioner:

                     (a)  the application; and

                     (b)  any documents relating to the making of the decision.

18  Minimum requirements for conducting review

             (1)  The conduct of a review must meet the following minimum requirements:

                     (a)  the review must be conducted with due regard to procedural fairness;

                     (b)  the review must be conducted in private;

                     (c)  the review must be finished as quickly, and with as little formality, as the proper consideration of the matter allows.

             (2)  A person appearing before the Merit Protection Commissioner must do so without representation unless the Merit Protection Commissioner decides that, in all the circumstances, it would be reasonable to allow the person to be represented.

19  Requirement to provide information or documents

             (1)  The Merit Protection Commissioner may by written notice require the Commissioner or applicant to give to the Merit Protection Commissioner specified information or documents relevant to the review.

             (2)  The Commissioner or applicant must give the information or documents in the way, and at or within the time, stated in the notice.

20  Conduct of review

                   The Merit Protection Commissioner may:

                     (a)  review the decision; and

                     (b)  make a recommendation to the Commissioner in writing about the review; and

                     (c)  tell the Commissioner in writing of the reasons for the recommendation; and

                     (d)  give a copy of the recommendation and reasons to the applicant.

21  Exclusion of information

             (1)  The Merit Protection Commissioner may exclude information from a copy of recommendation and reasons that is to be given to an applicant, in response to an application for review, if:

                     (a)  the recommendation and reasons refer to information of a medical or psychiatric nature; and

                     (b)  the Merit Protection Commissioner thinks that the information may be prejudicial to the physical or mental health or well‑being of the applicant.

             (2)  However, if information is excluded, the Merit Protection Commissioner must tell the applicant in writing:

                     (a)  that information has been excluded from the copy of the recommendation and reasons; and

                     (b)  if the applicant nominates a medical practitioner for this regulation, the information will be given to the medical practitioner.

             (3)  The Merit Protection Commissioner must give the information to the nominated medical practitioner as soon as possible.

22  Action by Commissioner

             (1)  If the Commissioner receives a recommendation under regulation 20, the Commissioner must as soon as possible:

                     (a)  consider the recommendation; and

                     (b)  confirm or revoke the decision.

             (2)  The Commissioner must notify the applicant and the Merit Protection Commissioner, in writing, of the decision made under paragraph (1) (b), and the reasons for it.

23  Exclusion of information

             (1)  The Commissioner may exclude information from a copy of decision and reasons that is to be given to an applicant under subregulation 22 (2) if:

                     (a)  the decision and reasons refer to information of a medical or psychiatric nature; and

                     (b)  the Commissioner thinks that the information may be prejudicial to the physical or mental health or well‑being of the applicant.

             (2)  However, if information is excluded, the Commissioner must tell the applicant in writing:

                     (a)  that information has been excluded from the copy of the decision and reasons; and

                     (b)  if the applicant nominates a medical practitioner for this regulation, the information will be given to the medical practitioner.

             (3)  The Commissioner must give the information to the nominated medical practitioner as soon as possible.

Division 3.2Miscellaneous

24  Process for review must exist

             (1)  The Commissioner must ensure that a process for reviewing AFP employment decisions exists at all times.

             (2)  The process must be at least as favourable to AFP employees and special members as the process set out in the Australian Federal Police Certified Agreement 1999–2000, as at 1 July 2000.

Part 5AFP property matters

  

28  Return of property etc

             (1)  A person who ceases to be a Deputy Commissioner, an AFP employee, a special member or a special protective service officer must, as soon as it is reasonably practicable to do
so, return to the Commissioner all property (including accoutrements and clothing), other than prescribed property, that has been supplied to the person for the purposes of his or her service in the AFP or that is in his or her custody because of that service.

Penalty:  5 penalty units.

             (2)  The Commissioner may make application to a Magistrate for a warrant authorizing the Commissioner to enter and search premises or a place for the purpose of ascertaining whether property referred to in subregulation (1) in relation to a person, being property that the person has failed to return to the Commissioner in accordance with that subregulation, is to be found on those premises or that place.

             (3)  If, on an application under subregulation (2), a Magistrate is satisfied by information on oath or affirmation that there are reasonable grounds for believing that:

                     (a)  such property as is referred to in the information is to be found in the premises or place; and

                     (b)  the issue of a warrant is reasonably required for the recovery of that property;

the Magistrate may grant a warrant authorizing the Commissioner, with such assistance as he or she thinks appropriate and if necessary by force, to enter and search the premises or place during such hours of the day or night as the warrant specifies or, if the warrant so specifies, at any time, for the purpose referred to in subregulation (2) and to seize any such property that he or she may find in the premises or place.

             (4)  In this regulation:

prescribed property, in relation to a person to whom subregulation (1) applies, means property that the Commissioner has, by a determination in writing in force at the time the subregulation applies to the person, determined is not required to be returned to the Commissioner by:

                     (a)  the person; or

                     (b)  a class of persons that includes the person; or

                     (c)  all persons to whom subregulation (1) applies.

29  Return of claimable property

             (1)  This regulation applies to property, including liquid property, lawfully held by the AFP, except property that:

                     (a)  is owned or is held, under any other rights to possession, by the AFP; or

                     (b)  has been seized by the AFP; or

                     (c)  is held for evidentiary use in legal proceedings.

             (2)  Property may be claimed:

                     (a)  before it is presented for auction or is otherwise disposed of—by the person entitled to possession of the property; or

                     (b)  if there is a finder of the property—by the finder, only if:

                              (i)  the person entitled to possession has not claimed it within 3 months after the date it came into the custody of the AFP; and

                             (ii)  the claim is made within 1 month of the end of the period mentioned in subparagraph (i).

             (3)  Before releasing the property to a person claiming entitlement (or to the person’s authorised agent), the Commissioner must be satisfied that the person has a valid entitlement.

             (4)  If there are competing claims under subregulation (2), the AFP will respond to a claim that is supported by a court order identifying the claimant as the person entitled to the property.

             (5)  On the application of any person (including the AFP), a court may make an order that any property to which subregulation (4) applies be returned to the person entitled to possession.

             (6)  If property is released to a person in accordance with this regulation, any other person who has an interest in the property has no right of action against the AFP in relation to that interest.

             (7)  Liquid property that is unclaimed becomes public money within the meaning of the Financial Management and Accountability Act 1997.

Note:          See the Financial Management and Accountability Act 1997 for how public money is dealt with.

30  Disposal of unclaimed property

             (1)  This regulation applies to property to which regulation 29 applies, if:

                     (a)  the Commissioner is satisfied that reasonable action has been taken to tell the person entitled to possession of the property that the AFP has custody of the property and intends to dispose of it if it is not claimed under regulation 29; and

                     (b)  it has not been claimed under regulation 29 by the person entitled to possession or by the finder.

             (2)  The Commissioner, if satisfied that the property is suitable for disposal by public auction, may so dispose of it.

             (3)  The Commissioner may direct that the property be disposed of by appropriate means (otherwise than by public auction) if it is property of any of the following kinds:

                     (a)  keys;

                     (b)  goods the sale price of which at auction is not likely to cover the cost of disposal;

                     (c)  films, books, pictures or other material depicting violence or sexual activity.

             (4)  The Commissioner may, if satisfied that it is in the interest of public health and safety to do so, direct that the property be disposed of by appropriate means (otherwise than by public auction) if it is property of any of the following kinds:

                     (a)  animals;

                     (b)  perishable goods;

                     (c)  goods that are, or could be, dangerous or noxious.

31  Return or disposal of exhibits

             (1)  This regulation applies to property lawfully held by the AFP, being property:

                     (a)  seized by the AFP; or

                     (b)  held for evidentiary use in legal proceedings.

             (2)  Subject to any other law of the Commonwealth, or an order of a court, the Commissioner must ensure that the property is returned to the person entitled to possession when the reason for its detention has no further effect.

Note:          See, for example, the Proceeds of Crime Act 1987.

             (3)  However, if the Commissioner is reasonably satisfied that the person entitled to possession of the property cannot be located or does not want the property:

                     (a)  for liquid property—the property becomes public money within the meaning of the Financial Management and Accountability Act 1997; and

                     (b)  for any other property—the Commissioner may, as appropriate, dispose of the property in accordance with subregulation 30 (2) or direct that the property be disposed of in accordance with subregulation 30 (3) or (4) (as if those subregulations applied to the property).

Note for paragraph (a):       See the Financial Management and Accountability Act 1997 for how public money is dealt with.

32  Notice of, and proceeds of, sale of property

             (1)  For the purposes of disposal of property by public auction, under regulations 30 and 31, the Commissioner must publish a notice of the proposed sale of unclaimed property by public auction:

                     (a)  at least 7 days before the expected date of the auction; and

                     (b)  in a daily newspaper circulating generally in the State or Territory in which the auction is to be held.

             (2)  The proceeds of the sale constitute public money within the meaning of the Financial Management and Accountability Act 1997.

             (3)  After disposal of the property under regulation 30 or 31, a person who has an interest in the property before the disposal has no right of action against the Commonwealth in relation to that interest.

Note:          See the Financial Management and Accountability Act 1997 for how public money is dealt with.

Part 6Miscellaneous

33  Delegation

                   The Commissioner may in writing delegate any of his or her powers under these Regulations to:

                     (a)  a Deputy Commissioner; or

                     (b)  an AFP employee; or

                     (c)  a special member.

34  Police services rendered to the public or to an authority of the Commonwealth

             (1)  Subject to subregulation (2), the fee for a police service that is:

                     (a)  referred to in column 2 of an item in Schedule 2; and

                     (b)  rendered by the Australian Federal Police to:

                              (i)  an authority of the Commonwealth, if rendering the service is a function of the Australian Federal Police; or

                             (ii)  an individual at the request of, or under an agreement with, the individual; or

                            (iii)  a body corporate at the request of, or under an agreement with, the body; or

                            (iv)  any other organisation (other than an authority of the Commonwealth) at the request of, or under an agreement with, the organisation;

is set out in column 3 of the item.

             (2)  For items 1, 2 and 4 of Schedule 2, the fee is the sum of:

                     (a)  the amount mentioned in the item; and

                     (b)  any amount payable by the AFP in the course of providing the service, rounded up to the nearest dollar.

Note:          Authority of the Commonwealth is defined in section 4 of the Act.

35  Waiver and exemption of fees

             (1)  The Commissioner may waive payment of the whole or part of a fee payable under regulation 34 where:

                     (a)  payment of the fee would cause financial hardship; or

                     (b)  for any other reason, the Commissioner considers it appropriate to do so.

             (2)  A fee is not payable under regulation 34 where it relates to an activity conducted for a charitable purpose.

Part 7Application and transitional provisions

Division 1Provisions relating to the Australian Federal Police Amendment (Workplace Drug Testing and Other Measures) Regulation 2015

36  Definitions

                   In this Part:

amending regulation means the Australian Federal Police Amendment (Workplace Drug Testing and Other Measures) Regulation 2015.

commencement day means the day the amending regulation commences.

37  Application of amendments

             (1)  The amendments made by items 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 14, 15, 18, 22, 23, 24, 26, 27, 28, 30 and 31 of Schedule 1 to the amending regulation apply in relation to body samples and other records relevant to an alcohol screening test, a breath test, a blood test or a prohibited drug test conducted on or after the commencement day.

             (2)  Subregulation 5(3) and regulation 5A, as inserted by the amending regulation, apply in relation to an AFP employee who is suspended on or after the commencement day (whether the suspension began before, or begins on or after, that day).

             (3)  The amendment of regulation 13V made by Schedule 1 to the amending regulation applies in relation to a sample that is collected on or after the commencement day.

38  Repeal of this Part

                   This Part is repealed on 1 July 2016.


Schedule 1Forms

(regulations 8, 9 and 27)

Form 1Undertaking

(regulation 8)

Australian Federal Police Act 1979

UNDERTAKING RELATING TO PERFORMANCE OF DUTIES

I,                                                              , undertake that I will, in the performance of my duties as a *member/*special member/*protective service officer/*special protective service officer of the Australian Federal Police, comply with the provisions of the Australian Federal Police Act 1979, the regulations made under that Act, the Commissioner’s Orders issued under section 38 of that Act and any lawful direction, instruction or order, whether written or oral, under section 40 of that Act.

*   Delete if not applicable.

Form 2Oath for Commissioner, Deputy Commissioner, member or special member

(subregulation 9 (1))

Australian Federal Police Act 1979

OATH FOR COMMISSIONER, DEPUTY COMMISSIONER, MEMBER OR SPECIAL MEMBER

I,                                                                     , [*swear/*promise]:

That I will be faithful and bear true allegiance to Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth the Second, Her Heirs and Successors according to law.

That I will faithfully and diligently exercise and perform all my powers and duties as [*the Commissioner/*a Deputy Commissioner/*a person declared to be a member under section 40B of the Act/*a special member] of the Australian Federal Police without fear or favour, affection or ill will, from this date until I cease to be [*the Commissioner/*a Deputy Commissioner/*a person declared to be a member under section 40B of the Act/*a special member] of the Australian Federal Police.

That, whenever performing duty in the Australian Capital Territory, I will cause Her Majesty’s peace to be kept and preserved, and prevent, to the best of my power, offences against that peace.

And that, while I continue to be [*the Commissioner/*a Deputy Commissioner/*a person declared to be a member under section 40B of the Act/*a special member] of the Australian Federal Police, I will, to the best of my skill and knowledge, faithfully discharge all my duties according to law.

So help me [*God/*a god recognised by his or her religion]!

*   Delete if not applicable

Form 3Affirmation for Commissioner, Deputy Commissioner, member or special member

(subregulation 9 (1))

Australian Federal Police Act 1979

AFFIRMATION FOR COMMISSIONER, DEPUTY COMMISSIONER, MEMBER OR SPECIAL MEMBER

I,                                             , solemnly and sincerely affirm and declare:

That I will be faithful and bear true allegiance to Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth the Second, Her Heirs and Successors according to law.

That I will faithfully and diligently exercise and perform all my powers and duties as [*the Commissioner/*a Deputy Commissioner/*a person declared to be a member under section 40B of the Act/*a special member] of the Australian Federal Police without fear or favour, affection or ill will, from this date until I cease to be [*the Commissioner/*a Deputy Commissioner/*a person declared to be a member under section 40B of the Act/*a special member] of the Australian Federal Police.

That, whenever performing duty in the Australian Capital Territory, I will cause Her Majesty’s peace to be kept and preserved, and prevent, to the best of my power, offences against that peace.

And that, while I continue to be [*the Commissioner/*a Deputy Commissioner/*a person declared to be a member under section 40B of the Act/*a special member] of the Australian Federal Police, I will, to the best of my skill and knowledge, faithfully discharge all my duties according to law.

*   Delete if not applicable

Form 3AOath for protective service officer or special protective service officer

(subregulation 9 (2))

Australian Federal Police Act 1979

OATH FOR PROTECTIVE SERVICE OFFICER OR SPECIAL PROTECTIVE SERVICE OFFICER

I,                                                                     , [*swear/*promise]:

That I will be faithful and bear true allegiance to Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth the Second, Her Heirs and Successors according to law.

That I will faithfully and diligently exercise and perform all my powers and duties as a [*protective service officer/*special protective service officer] of the Australian Federal Police without fear or favour, affection or ill will, from this date until I cease to be a [*protective service officer/*special protective service officer] of the Australian Federal Police.

And that, while I continue to be a [*protective service officer/*special protective service officer] of the Australian Federal Police, I will, to the best of my skill and knowledge, faithfully discharge all my duties according to law.

So help me [*God/*a god recognised by his or her religion]!

*   Delete if not applicable

Form 3BAffirmation for protective service officer or special protective service officer

(subregulation 9 (2))

Australian Federal Police Act 1979

AFFIRMATION FOR PROTECTIVE SERVICE OFFICER OR SPECIAL PROTECTIVE SERVICE OFFICER

I,                                             , solemnly and sincerely affirm and declare:

That I will be faithful and bear true allegiance to Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth the Second, Her Heirs and Successors according to law.

That I will faithfully and diligently exercise and perform all my powers and duties as a [*protective service officer/*special protective service officer] of the Australian Federal Police without fear or favour, affection or ill will, from this date until I cease to be a [*protective service officer/*special protective service officer] of the Australian Federal Police.

And that, while I continue to be a [*protective service officer/*special protective service officer] of the Australian Federal Police, I will, to the best of my skill and knowledge, faithfully discharge all my duties according to law.

*   Delete if not applicable

Form 4Listening device warrant in relation to a particular person (Act s 12G (2))

(paragraph 27 (a))

Commonwealth of Australia

Australian Federal Police Act 1979

WARRANT UNDER SUBSECTION 12G (2) IN RELATION TO A PARTICULAR PERSON

To:

Members of the Australian Federal Police who may, under subsection 12J (1) of the Australian Federal Police Act 1979, exercise the authority conferred by this warrant.

1.            I,                                             1, [an eligible Judge/a nominated AAT member]* (within the meaning of section 12B of the Australian Federal Police Act 1979), having been satisfied by information on oath of the matters specified in paragraph 12G (2) (b) of that Act, authorise you as follows:

             (a)  to use a listening device for the purpose of listening to, or recording, words spoken by, to, or in the presence of,
                                               2, anywhere in Australia;

           [(b)  [at any time of the day or night/between the hours of
                                       3]
* to enter[, without permission first being sought or demand first being made,]# any premises in which the person mentioned in paragraph 1 (a) of this warrant is, or is likely to be, for the purpose of installing, maintaining, testing, using or recovering the listening device or a part of the listening device;]#

            [(c)  to take the following measures to effect entry:
·                                                                                           4.]#

2.                This warrant is issued on the basis of information given to me by
                                                                                                      5,
a member of the Australian Federal Police, in respect of an application for the issue of a warrant under subsection 12G (2) of the Act authorising the use of a listening device within the meaning of Division 2 of Part II of that Act in relation to the person mentioned in paragraph 1 (a) of this warrant.

[3.               This warrant is issued subject to the following conditions and restrictions:
·                                                                                       6.]#

4.                This warrant takes effect from the time of its issue and remains in force until the end of                                                        7.

Issued on                       8 at                          9.

 

…………………………………..…………..………………

[Judge/nominated AAT member]*.

 

 

*              omit whichever is inapplicable

#              omit if inapplicable

1              insert full name of Judge or nominated AAT member

2              insert full name of person and, if known, his or her address and occupation

3              if applicable, insert times of day

4              if applicable, insert measures necessary to effect entry

5              insert full name and rank (if any) of applicant for warrant

6              if applicable, insert conditions/restrictions

7             insert a date within the period of 6 months that commences at the beginning of the day of issue of the warrant

8              insert date of issue

9              insert time of issue

 

 

Form 5Listening device warrant in relation to particular premises (Act s 12G (4))

(paragraph 27 (b))

Commonwealth of Australia

Australian Federal Police Act 1979

WARRANT UNDER SUBSECTION 12G (4) IN RELATION TO PARTICULAR PREMISES

To:

Members of the Australian Federal Police who may, under subsection 12J (1) of the Australian Federal Police Act 1979, exercise the authority conferred by this warrant.

1.            I,                                       1, [an eligible Judge/a nominated AAT member]* (within the meaning of section 12B of the Australian Federal Police Act 1979), having been satisfied by information on oath of the matters specified in paragraph 12G (4) (b) of that Act, authorise you as follows:

             (a)  to use a listening device for the purpose of listening to, or recording, words spoken by, or to, any person while the person is in                                                                                                 2;

           [(b)  [at any time of the day or night/between the hours of
                                       3]* to enter those premises[, without permission first being sought or demand first being made,]# for the purpose of installing, maintaining, testing, using or recovering the listening device or a part of the listening device;]#

            [(c)  to take the following measures to effect entry:
·                                                                                           4.]#

2.                This warrant is issued on the basis of information given to me by
     5, a member of the Australian Federal Police, in respect of an application for the issue of a warrant under subsection 12G (4) of the Act authorising the use of a listening device within the meaning of Division 2 of Part II of that Act in relation to the premises mentioned in paragraph 1 (a) of this warrant.

[3.               This warrant is issued subject to the following conditions and restrictions:
·                                                                                       6.]#

4.                This warrant takes effect from the time of its issue and remains in force until the end of                                                        7.

Issued on                       8 at                          9.

 

……………………………………………………………

[Judge/nominated AAT member]*.

 

 

*              omit whichever is inapplicable

#              omit if inapplicable

1              insert full name of Judge or nominated AAT member

2              insert identifying details of premises in Australia

3              if applicable, insert times of day

4              if applicable, insert measures necessary to effect entry

5              insert full name and rank (if any) of applicant for warrant

6              if applicable, insert conditions/restrictions

7             insert a date within the period of 6 months that commences at the beginning of the day of issue of the warrant

8              insert date of issue

9              insert time of issue

Form 6Listening device warrant in relation to a particular item (Act s 12G (5A))

(paragraph 27 (c))

Commonwealth of Australia

Australian Federal Police Act 1979

WARRANT UNDER SUBSECTION 12G (5A) IN RELATION TO A PARTICULAR ITEM

To:

Members of the Australian Federal Police who may, under subsection 12J (1) of the Australian Federal Police Act 1979, exercise the authority conferred by this warrant.

1.            I,                                        1, [an eligible Judge/a nominated AAT member]* (within the meaning of section 12B of the Australian Federal Police Act 1979), having been satisfied by information on oath of the matters specified in paragraph 12G (5A) (b) of that Act, authorise you as follows:

             (a)  to use a listening device for the purpose of listening to, or recording, words spoken by, or to, any person while the  person is in the vicinity of                       2
(which may be located anywhere in Australia);

           [(b)  [at any time of the day or night/between the hours of
                                       3]* to enter[, without permission first being sought or demand first being made,]# any premises in which that item is, or is likely to be, for the purpose of installing the listening device, or a part of the listening device, in or on that item, or for the purpose of maintaining, testing, using or recovering the listening device or a part of the listening device;]#

            [(c)  to take the following measures to effect entry:
·                                                                                           4.]#

2.                This warrant is issued on the basis of information given to me
by             5, a member of the Australian Federal Police, in respect of an application for the issue of a warrant under subsection 12G (5A) of the Act authorising the use of a listening device within the meaning of Division 2 of Part II of that Act in relation to the item mentioned in paragraph 1 (a) of this warrant.

[3.               This warrant is issued subject to the following conditions and restrictions:
·                                                                                       6.]

4.                This warrant takes effect from the time of its issue and remains in force until the end of                                                        7.

Issued on                       8 at                          9.

 

……………………………………………………………..

[Judge/nominated AAT member]*.

 

*              omit whichever is inapplicable

#              omit if inapplicable

1              insert full name of Judge or nominated AAT member

2              insert description of item

3              if applicable, insert times of day

4              if applicable, insert measures necessary to effect entry

5              insert full name and rank (if any) of applicant for warrant

6              if applicable, insert conditions/restrictions

7             insert a date within the period of 6 months that commences at the beginning of the day of issue of the warrant

8              insert date of issue

9              insert time of issue

 

Schedule 1APersons authorised to conduct tests and to operate equipment for that purpose

(regulation 13G)

  

 

Item

Test

Authorised persons

1

Breath test in accordance with regulation 13M

AFP employee who has completed a training course in conducting breath tests approved under regulation 13N

Member of the police force of a State or Territory who is authorised to conduct a breath test using an approved breath analysis instrument

A person who has completed a training course in collecting body samples other than blood approved under regulation 13QC

2

Blood test in accordance with regulation 13R

Medical practitioner

Registered nurse

Any other person who is qualified to take blood samples

3

Prohibited drug test in accordance with regulation 13R

Medical practitioner

Registered nurse

An employee, with appropriate training, of a facility approved under regulation 13QB to collect body samples other than blood

A person who has completed a training course in collecting body samples other than blood approved under regulation 13QC

4

Prohibited drug test in accordance with regulation 13V

Medical practitioner

Registered nurse

A person who has completed a training course in supervising the provision of urine samples approved under regulation 13W

An employee, with appropriate training, of a facility approved under regulation 13QB to collect body samples other than blood

A person who has completed a training course in collecting body samples other than blood approved under regulation 13QC

Schedule 1BPrescribed awards and prescribed criteria

(regulation 14)

  

 

 

Item

Prescribed awards

Prescribed criteria

1

Commissioner’s Commendation for Bravery

The person has, in the performance of his or her duties, demonstrated an act of bravery and placed himself or herself at substantial risk of personal injury

2

Commissioner’s Commendation for Conspicuous Conduct

The person has, in the performance of his or her duties, demonstrated outstanding dedication to duty in circumstances demanding tenacity of a high order

3

Commissioner’s Commendation for Excellence in Overseas Service

The person has, in the performance of his or her duties, demonstrated excellence in overseas service while undertaking the AFP’s core business and adhering to the AFP’s corporate values

4

Commissioner’s Commendation for Hazardous Overseas Service

The person has, in the performance of his or her duties, demonstrated devotion to duty in overseas service while operating in hazardous circumstances or a hazardous environment

5

Commissioner’s Group Citation for Bravery

An identified group of persons has, in the performance of their duties, demonstrated collective acts of bravery and placed themselves at substantial risk of personal injury

6

Commissioner’s Group Citation for Conspicuous Conduct

An identified group of persons has, in the performance of their duties, demonstrated an outstanding collective dedication to duty in circumstances demanding tenacity of a high order

7

Commissioner’s Group Citation for Excellence in Overseas Service

An identified group of persons has, in the performance of their duties, demonstrated collective excellence in overseas service while undertaking the AFP’s core business and adhering to the AFP’s corporate values

8

Commissioner’s Group Citation for Hazardous Overseas Service

An identified group of persons has, in the performance of their duties, demonstrated collective devotion to duty in overseas service while operating in hazardous circumstances or a hazardous environment

9

Commissioner’s Medal for Excellence

Excellence by a person or an identified group of persons in:

(a) pursuing the AFP’s core business outcomes to the highest level; and

(b) encompassing the AFP’s corporate values to the highest level

10

Commissioner’s Medal for Innovation

Outstanding innovation by a person or an identified group of persons in:

(a) pursuing the AFP’s core business outcomes to the highest level; and

(b) encompassing the AFP’s corporate values to the highest level

11

Australian Federal Police Operations Medal

The person has been involved in a significant operation or activity

12

Australian Federal Police Service Medal

The person has given 10 cumulative years of diligent service to the AFP commencing on or after 19 October 1979

13

Australian Protective Service Medal

The person has given 10 cumulative years of diligent service to the Australian Protection Service during the period beginning on 20 October 1984 and ending on 30 June 2004

Schedule 2Fees

(regulation 34)

   

 

Column 1
Item

Column 2
Matter

Column 3
Fee
$

1

Searching AFP records for information about convictions for offences committed by a person and making a report of the search result

21

2

Taking a set of fingerprints, searching the fingerprints against AFP records and making a report of the search result

78

3

Taking and giving a set of fingerprints to the applicant

26

4

Searching a set of fingerprints given by an applicant against AFP records and making a report of the search result

38

5

Making and giving a copy of a photograph

19

6

Making and giving a copy of a road accident report (where the accident caused injury or death)

26

7

Making and giving a copy of a road accident report (where the accident did not cause injury or death)

15

8

Making and giving a copy of a road accident survey plan

38

9

Searching AFP records for incidents reported by a person, and making a report of the search result, about:

(a) alleged harassment of the person; or

(b) alleged violence, or threats of violence directed against that person

20

10

Making and giving a copy of 1 of the following reports:

(a) fire report;

(b) death report;

(c) industrial accident report;

(d) report of a mechanical check of a motor vehicle in AFP custody

38

11

Making and giving a copy of a lost property report

19

12

Attending, for the second and each subsequent time in a month, premises in response to a burglar alarm (if no evidence of intrusion is found)

152

13

Making and giving a copy of an audio tape

39

14

Making and giving a copy of a video tape

41

15

Making and giving a copy of an incident report

37

16

Making and giving a copy of a Criminal Offence Report

37

17

Making and giving a copy of a statement

37


18

AFP employee attending to keep order at a sporting or entertainment event

Cost to AFP for use of AFP employee’s time

19

AFP employee attending an interview relating to court proceedings

Cost to AFP for use of AFP employee’s time

20

Training or lecturing, by an AFP employee, other than training or lecturing for community purposes

Cost to AFP for use of AFP employee’s time

21

AFP employee searching AFP records to present or produce evidence to a court

Cost to AFP for use of AFP employee’s time

22

AFP employee attending court proceedings

Cost to AFP for use of AFP employee’s time—minimum period 4 hours

23

Giving a police escort

Cost to AFP for use of AFP employee’s time

24

AFP employee searching AFP records and making a report of the search result

Cost to AFP for use of AFP employee’s time

25

Arranging or conducting a medical examination and preparing a report

366

26

Compiling a medical report

Cost to AFP for use of AFP employee’s time

27

Making and giving a copy of an existing medical report

19

28

Rendering a service not mentioned in this Schedule

Cost to AFP for use of AFP employee’s time

Note:    Cost to AFP for use of AFP employee’s time is defined in regulation 2.

 


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 abbreviation “(md not incorp)” is added to the details of the amendment included in the amendment history.

Endnote 2—Abbreviation key

 

A = Act

o = order(s)

ad = added or inserted

Ord = Ordinance

am = amended

orig = original

amdt = amendment

par = paragraph(s)/subparagraph(s)

c = clause(s)

    /sub‑subparagraph(s)

C[x] = Compilation No. x

pres = present

Ch = Chapter(s)

prev = previous

def = definition(s)

(prev…) = previously

Dict = Dictionary

Pt = Part(s)

disallowed = disallowed by Parliament

r = regulation(s)/rule(s)

Div = Division(s)

Reg = Regulation/Regulations

exp = expires/expired or ceases/ceased to have

reloc = relocated

    effect

renum = renumbered

F = Federal Register of Legislative Instruments

rep = repealed

gaz = gazette

rs = repealed and substituted

LI = Legislative Instrument

s = section(s)/subsection(s)

LIA = Legislative Instruments Act 2003

Sch = Schedule(s)

(md) = misdescribed amendment can be given

Sdiv = Subdivision(s)

    effect

SLI = Select Legislative Instrument

(md not incorp) = misdescribed amendment

SR = Statutory Rules

    cannot be given effect

Sub‑Ch = Sub‑Chapter(s)

mod = modified/modification

SubPt = Subpart(s)

No. = Number(s)

underlining = whole or part not

 

    commenced or to be commenced

 

 

 

 

 

Endnote 3—Legislation history

 

Number and year

FRLI registration or gazettal

 

Commencement

Application, saving and transitional provisions

1979 No. 210

12 Oct 1979

12 Oct 1979

 

 

1980 No. 140

12 June 1980

12 June 1980

 

1981 No. 161

30 June 1981

30 June 1981

 

1981 No. 192

14 July 1981

14 July 1981

 

1982 No. 199

27 Aug 1982

27 Aug 1982

 

1982 No. 282

29 Oct 1982

29 Oct 1982

 

1983 No. 158

2 Sept 1983

2 Sept 1983

 

1984 No. 164

25 July 1984

r. 1: 13 Aug 1984
Remainder: 25 July 1984

 

1984 No. 296

19 Oct 1984

20 Oct 1984

r. 24 (am. by 1985 No. 82, r. 2)

 

as amended by

 

 

 

 

1985 No. 82

30 May 1985

20 Oct 1984

 

1984 No. 297

19 Oct 1984

19 Oct 1984

 

1985 No. 293

7 Nov 1985

7 Nov 1985

 

1986 No. 299

21 Oct 1986

1 Dec 1986

 

1987 No. 14

4 Feb 1987

4 Feb 1987

 

1988 No. 83

25 May 1988

29 May 1988

 

1988 No. 84

25 May 1988

25 May 1988

 

1988 No. 363

21 Dec 1988

1 Jan 1989

r. 31

 

1989 No. 1

25 Jan 1989

25 Jan 1989

 

1989 No. 139

30 June 1989

1 July 1989

 

1989 No. 343

7 Dec 1989

7 Dec 1989

 

1989 No. 344

7 Dec 1989

1 Jan 1990

 

1989 No. 361

21 Dec 1989

1 Jan 1990 (see Gazette 1989, No. S397)

r. 21

 

1989 No. 362

21 Dec 1989

rr. 5, 9–15 and 18: 1 Jan 1990 (see r. 1 and Gazette 1989, No. S397)
Remainder: 21 Dec 1989

r. 19

 

1990 No. 23

13 Feb 1990

14 Feb 1990

 

1990 No. 87

4 May 1990

4 May 1990

 

1990 No. 273

21 Aug 1990

21 Aug 1990

 

1990 No. 409

17 Dec 1990

17 Dec 1990

 

1992 No. 298

24 Sept 1992

24 Sept 1992

 

1993 No. 60

4 May 1993

10 Mar 1993 (see r. 1 and Gazette 1993,
No. GN17)

r. 2

 

1994 No. 113

29 Apr 1994

1 May 1994

 

1995 No. 324

3 Nov 1995

6 Nov 1995 (see r. 1 and Gazette 1995, No. S423)

 

1996 No. 171

5 Aug 1996

5 Aug 1996

 

1996 No. 330

24 Dec 1996

24 Dec 1996

 

1997 No. 375

24 Dec 1997

1 Feb 1998

 

1998 No. 232

22 July 1998

22 July 1998

 

2000 No. 137

28 June 2000

1 July 2000

 

2000 No. 138

28 June 2000

2 July 2000 (see r. 2 and Gazette 2000, No. 328)

rr. 4–6

 

2001 No. 77

27 Apr 2001

27 Apr 2001

 

2002 No. 4

21 Feb 2002

21 Feb 2002

 

2002 No. 326

20 Dec 2002

1 Jan 2003 (see r. 2)

 

2004 No. 221

22 July 2004

22 July 2004

 

2006 No. 326

14 Dec 2006 (see F2006L03972)

30 Dec 2006 (see r. 2)

 

2007 No. 264

10 Sept 2007 (see F2007L03551)

11 Sept 2007

 

2008 No. 181

22 Sept 2008 (see F2008L03474)

1 Oct 2008

 

2011 No. 202

25 Nov 2011 (see F2011L02444)

1 Dec 2011

r. 4

 

2012 No. 39

11 Apr 2012 (see F2012L00834)

12 Apr 2012

 

2015 No. 249

14 Dec 2015 (F2015L01991)

15 Dec 2015 (r 2(1) item 1)

 

 

Endnote 4—Amendment history

Provision affected

How affected

Part 1

 

Heading to Part 1..........................

ad. 1992 No. 298

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

rs. 2000 No. 138

r. 2...............................................

am. 1982 No. 199; 1984 No. 296; 1985 No. 293; 1988 No. 83; 1989 Nos. 139, 343 and 362; 1992 No. 298; 1996 No. 330; 1998 No. 232; 2000 No. 137

 

rs. 2000 No. 138

 

am. No 221, 2004:No 326, 2006; 2011 No. 202; No 249, 2015

Part 2

 

Heading to Part 2..........................

ad. 1992 No. 298

 

rs. 2000 No. 138

Division 2.1

 

Heading to Div. 2.1 of..................
Part 2

ad. 2000 No. 138

r. 3...............................................

rs. 1984 No. 296

 

am. 1988 No. 363

 

rs. 2000 No. 138

r. 4...............................................

rs. 1984 No. 296

 

am. 1988 No. 363

 

rs. 2000 No. 138

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

am. 1980 No. 140

 

rs. 1984 No. 296

 

am. 1985 No. 293; 1986 No. 299; 1987 No. 14; 1988 No. 84

 

rs. 1988 No. 363

 

am. 1989 No. 361

 

rs. 2000 No. 138; 2006 No. 326

 

am No 249, 2015

r 5A..............................................

ad No 249, 2015

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

am. 1980 No. 140

 

rs. 1984 No. 296; 1988 No. 363

 

am. 1989 No. 361

 

rs. 2000 No. 138

Division 2.2

 

Heading to Div. 2.2 of..................
Part 2

ad. 2000 No. 138

r. 7...............................................

ad. 1989 No. 361

 

rs. 2000 No. 138

 

rep. 2001 No. 77

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

ad. 2000 No. 138

 

am. 2004 No. 221

r. 9...............................................

ad. 2000 No. 138

 

am. 2004 No. 221; 2011 No. 202

Division 2.3

 

Heading to Div. 2.3 of..................
Part 2

ad. 2000 No. 138

r. 10.............................................

ad. 1984 No. 296

 

am. 1988 No. 363; 1989 No. 361

 

rs. 2000 No. 138

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

ad. 2000 No. 138

Division 2.4

 

Heading to Div. 2.4 of..................
Part 2

ad. 2000 No. 138

 

rs. 2011 No. 202

Subdivision 2.4.1

 

Subdiv. 2.4.1 heading...................

ad. 2011 No. 202

r. 12.............................................

rs. 2000 No. 138

Note to r. 12.................................

rep. 2006 No. 326

Subdivision 2.4.2

 

Subdiv. 2.4.2 of Div. 2.4..............

ad. 2011 No. 202

r. 12A...........................................

ad. 2011 No. 202

r. 12B...........................................

ad. 2011 No. 202

r. 12C...........................................

ad. 2011 No. 202

r. 12D...........................................

ad. 2011 No. 202

r. 12E...........................................

ad. 2011 No. 202

r. 12F...........................................

ad. 2011 No. 202

r. 12G...........................................

ad. 2011 No. 202

r. 12H...........................................

ad. 2011 No. 202

r. 12I............................................

ad. 2011 No. 202

r. 12J............................................

ad. 2011 No. 202

r. 12K...........................................

ad. 2011 No. 202

r. 13.............................................

am. 1984 No. 297; 1992 No. 298

 

rs. 2000 No. 138

 

am. 2004 No. 221

 

rep. 2011 No. 202

Division 2.4A

 

Div. 2.4A of Part 2.......................

ad. 2006 No. 326

r. 13A...........................................

ad. 2006 No. 326

r. 13B...........................................

ad. 2006 No. 326

r. 13C...........................................

ad. 2006 No. 326

r. 13D...........................................

ad. 2006 No. 326

Division 2.4B

 

Div. 2.4B of Part 2.......................

ad. 2006 No. 326

Subdivision 2.4B.1

 

r. 13E...........................................

ad. 2006 No. 326

r. 13F...........................................

ad. 2006 No. 326

 

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r. 13G...........................................

ad. 2006 No. 326

r. 13H...........................................

ad. 2006 No. 326

 

am No 249, 2015

r. 13J............................................

ad. 2006 No. 326

r. 13K...........................................

ad. 2006 No. 326

 

am. 2007 No. 264

 

rs No 249, 2015

r 13KA.........................................

ad No 249, 2015

r. 13L...........................................

ad. 2006 No. 326

 

am No 249, 2015

Subdivision 2.4B.2

 

r. 13M..........................................

ad. 2006 No. 326

r. 13N...........................................

ad. 2006 No. 326

Subdivision 2.4B.3

 

r. 13P...........................................

ad. 2006 No. 326

r. 13Q...........................................

ad. 2006 No. 326

 

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r 13QA.........................................

ad No 249, 2015

r 13QB.........................................

ad No 249, 2015

r 13QC.........................................

ad No 249, 2015

r. 13R...........................................

ad. 2006 No. 326

 

am No 249, 2015

r. 13S...........................................

ad. 2006 No. 326

 

am No 249, 2015

r. 13T...........................................

ad. 2006 No. 326

 

am No 249, 2015

r. 13U...........................................

ad. 2006 No. 326

 

am No 249, 2015

Subdivision 2.4B.4

 

r. 13V...........................................

ad. 2006 No. 326

 

rs No 249, 2015

r. 13W..........................................

ad. 2006 No. 326

Division 2.5

 

Heading to Div. 2.5 of..................
Part 2

ad. 2000 No. 138

r. 14.............................................

am. 1980 No. 140; 1984 No. 296; 1988 No. 363; 1989
No. 361; 1990 No. 409; 1992 No. 298

 

rs. 2000 No. 138; 2011 No. 202

r. 15.............................................

rs. 1984 No. 297; 1988 No. 363

 

am. 1989 Nos. 361 and 362

 

rs. 2000 No. 138

Part 3

 

Heading to Part 3..........................

ad. 1989 No. 361

 

am. 1992 No. 298

 

rs. 2000 No. 138

Division 3.1

 

Heading to Div. 3.1 of..................
Part 3

ad. 2000 No. 138

r. 16.............................................

ad. 1989 No. 361

 

rs. 2000 No. 138

r. 17.............................................

ad. 1989 No. 361

 

rs. 2000 No. 138

r. 18.............................................

ad. 1989 No. 361

 

rs. 1992 No. 298; 2000 No. 138

r. 19.............................................

ad. 1988 No. 363

 

am. 1989 No. 362; 1992 No. 298

 

rs. 2000 No. 138

r. 20.............................................

ad. 1988 No. 363

 

rs. 1989 No. 362

 

am. 1992 No. 298

 

rs. 2000 No. 138

r. 21.............................................

ad. 1988 No. 363

 

am. 1989 Nos. 361 and 362

 

rs. 2000 No. 138

r. 22.............................................

ad. 1988 No. 363

 

am. 1989 No. 362; 1992 No. 298

 

rs. 2000 No. 138

r. 23.............................................

ad. 1988 No. 363

 

am. 1992 No. 298

 

rs. 2000 No. 138

Division 3.2

 

Heading to Div. 3.2 of..................
Part 3

ad. 2000 No. 138

r. 24.............................................

ad. 1988 No. 363

 

rs. 1989 No. 362; 2000 No. 138

Heading to Part 4..........................

ad. 1992 No. 298

 

rep. 2012 No. 39

Part 4............................................

rep. 2012 No. 39

r. 35.............................................

ad. 1990 No. 23

Renumbered r. 25.........................

2000 No. 138

r. 25.............................................

rep. 2012 No. 39

r. 36.............................................

ad. 1990 No. 23

 

am. 2000 No. 138

Renumbered r. 26.........................

2000 No. 138

r. 26.............................................

am. 2002 No. 326

 

rep. 2012 No. 39

r. 37.............................................

ad. 1990 No. 23

 

am. 1992 No. 298; 2000 No. 138

Renumbered r. 27.........................

2000 No. 138

r. 27.............................................

am. 2002 No. 4

 

rep. 2012 No. 39

Part 5

 

Heading to Part 5..........................

ad. 1992 No. 298

 

rs. 2000 No. 138

r. 43.............................................

am. 1984 No. 296; 1989 No. 361; 1992 No. 298; 2000 No. 138

Renumbered r. 28.........................

2000 No. 138

r. 28.............................................

am. 2004 No. 221

r. 29.............................................

ad. 2000 No. 138

 

am. 2011 No. 202

r. 30.............................................

ad. 2000 No. 138

r. 31.............................................

ad. 2000 No. 138

 

am. 2011 No. 202

r. 32.............................................

ad. 2000 No. 138

Part 6

 

Heading to Part 6..........................

ad. 2000 No. 138

r. 33.............................................

ad. 2000 No. 138

r. 46.............................................

ad. 1989 No. 139

 

rs. 1996 No. 330

 

am. 2000 Nos. 137 and 138

Renumbered r. 34.........................

2000 No. 138

r. 34.............................................

am. 2004 No. 221; 2008 No. 181

r. 48.............................................

ad. 1989 No. 139

 

am. 1990 No. 273; 1998 No. 232; 2000 No. 138

Renumbered r. 35.........................

2000 No. 138

Part 7

 

Part 7............................................

ad No 249, 2015

 

rep 1 July 2016 (r 38)

Division 1

 

r 36..............................................

ad No 249, 2015

 

rep 1 July 2016 (r 38)

r 37..............................................

ad No 249, 2015

 

rep 1 July 2016 (r 38)

r 38..............................................

ad No 249, 2015

 

rep 1 July 2016 (r 38)

Schedule 1

 

Schedule 4....................................

am. 1984 No. 297; 1989 No. 361; 1990 No. 23; 1992 No. 298; 1997 No. 375; 2000 No. 138

Renumbered Schedule 1...............

2000 No. 138

Schedule 1....................................

am. 2002 No. 4; 2004 No. 221

Form 1.........................................

1979 No. 210

 

rs. 2000 No. 138

 

am. 2004 No. 221

Heading to Form 2........................

rs. 2004 No. 221

Form 2.........................................

1979 No. 210

 

am. 1984 No. 297; 2000 No. 138

 

rs. 2011 No. 202

Heading to Form 3........................

rs. 2004 No. 221

Form 3.........................................

1979 No. 210

 

am. 1984 No. 297; 2000 No. 138

 

rs. 2011 No. 202

Form 3A.......................................

ad. 2004 No. 221

 

rs. 2011 No. 202

Form 3B.......................................

ad. 2004 No. 221

 

rs, 2011 No. 202

Form 4.........................................

ad. 1990 No. 23

Renumbered Form 6.....................

1992 No. 298

Form 6.........................................

am. 1997 No. 375

Renumbered Form 4.....................

2000 No. 138

Form 4.........................................

rs. 2002 No. 4

Form 5.........................................

ad. 1990 No. 23

Renumbered Form 7.....................

1992 No. 298

Form 7.........................................

am. 1997 No. 375

Renumbered Form 5.....................

2000 No. 138

Form 5.........................................

rs. 2002 No. 4

Form 6.........................................

ad. 2002 No. 4

Schedule 1A

 

Schedule 1A.................................

ad. 2006 No. 326

 

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Schedule 1B

 

Schedule 1B.................................

ad. 2011 No. 202

Schedule 2

 

Schedule 6....................................

ad. 1989 No. 139

 

am. 1990 No. 273; 1992 No. 298

 

rs. 1996 No. 330; 1998 No. 232

 

am. 2000 Nos. 137 and 138

Note to Schedule 6.......................
Renumbered Schedule 2...............          

rs. 2000 No. 138
2000 No. 138

Schedule 2....................................

am. 2008 No. 181; 2011 No. 202

Endnote 5—Miscellaneous

Repeal table

The amendment history of the repealed provisions of the Australian Federal Police Regulations 1979 up to and including the Australian Federal Police Legislation Amendment Act 2000 (No. 138, 2000) appears in the table below.

 

Provision affected

How affected

Heading to Part I.................................

rep. 1992 No. 298

Heading to Part II................................

rep. 1992 No. 298

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

ad. 1989 No. 361

 

rep. 2000 No. 138

Heading to Div. 2 of...........................
Part II

am. 1985 No. 293; 1989 No. 361
rep. 2000 No. 138

Div. 2 of Part II (rr. 5–11) .................

rep. 1984 No. 296

Div. 2 of Part II (rr. 5–9) ...................

ad. 1984 No. 296

 

rep. 2000 No. 138

r. 7......................................................

rs. 1984 No. 296

 

rep. 1988 No. 363

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

rs. 1984 No. 296

 

rep. 1988 No. 363

r. 9......................................................

am. 1980 No. 140; 1981 No. 161

 

rs. 1984 No. 296

 

rep. 1988 No. 363

Heading to Div. 2A of.........................
Part II

ad. 1984 No. 296
rep. 1985 No. 293

r. 10....................................................

am. 1982 No. 282

 

rep. 1984 No. 296

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

rep. 1984 No. 296

r. 13A.................................................

ad. 1989 No. 361

 

rep. 2000 No. 138

Heading to Part IIA.............................

rep. 1989 No. 362

Heading to Part 2A..............................

ad. 1989 No. 362

 

rep. 2000 No. 138

Part IIA (rr. 14A–14S) .......................

ad. 1985 No. 293

 

rep. 2000 No. 138

Div. 1 of Part IIA................................
(rr. 14A–14J)

rep. 1988 No. 83

r. 14A.................................................

ad. 1985 No. 293

 

rep. 1988 No. 83

 

ad. 1988 No. 363

 

am. 1989 No. 361

 

rep. 2000 No. 138

r. 14B.................................................

ad. 1985 No. 293

 

rep. 1988 No. 83

 

ad. 1988 No. 363

 

rs. 1992 No. 298

 

rep. 2000 No. 138

rr. 14C–14H.......................................

ad. 1985 No. 293

 

rep. 1988 No. 83

r. 14J..................................................

ad. 1985 No. 293

 

rep. 1988 No. 83

 

ad. 1989 No. 362

 

am. 1992 No. 298

 

rep. 2000 No. 138

Heading to Div. 2 of...........................
Part IIA

rep. 1989 No. 362

r. 14K.................................................

ad. 1985 No. 293

 

am. 1988 Nos. 83 and 363; 1989 Nos. 361 and 362

 

rep. 2000 No. 138

r. 14L.................................................

ad. 1985 No. 293

 

am. 1988 Nos. 83 and 363

 

rs. 1989 No. 362

 

am. 1989 No. 361

 

rep. 2000 No. 138

r. 14M................................................

ad. 1985 No. 293

 

am. 1988 No. 83; 1989 No. 362

 

rep. 2000 No. 138

r. 14N.................................................

ad. 1985 No. 293

 

am. 1988 Nos. 83 and 363; 1989 No. 362; 1992 No. 298

 

rep. 2000 No. 138

r. 14P..................................................

ad. 1985 No. 293

 

am. 1988 Nos. 83 and 363; 1989 Nos. 361 and 362

 

rep. 2000 No. 138

r. 14Q.................................................

ad. 1985 No. 293

 

am. 1988 Nos. 83 and 363; 1989 No. 362; 1992 No. 298

 

rep. 2000 No. 138

r. 14R.................................................

ad. 1985 No. 293

 

am. 1988 No. 83; 1989 No. 362

 

rep. 2000 No. 138

r. 14S..................................................

ad. 1985 No. 293

 

rep. 1988 No. 83

Heading to Part III..............................

rep. 1989 No. 361

Heading to Div. 1 of Part III...............

rep. 1989 No. 361

Heading to Div. 1 of Part 3.................

ad. 1989 No. 361

 

rep. 2000 No. 138

r. 15A.................................................

ad. 1988 No. 363

 

am. 1989 No. 362

 

rep. 2000 No. 138

r. 15B.................................................

ad. 1988 No. 363

 

am. 1989 Nos. 361 and 362; 1992 No. 298

 

rep. 2000 No. 138

r. 15C.................................................

ad. 1988 No. 363

 

rep. 1989 No. 362

Heading to Div. 1A of.........................
Part 3

ad. 1989 No. 361
rep. 2000 No. 138

rr. 16, 17............................................

am. 1984 No. 297

 

rep. 1988 No. 363

r. 17A.................................................

ad. 1980 No. 140

 

am. 1984 No. 296

 

rep. 1985 No. 293

r. 18....................................................

rs. 1985 No. 293

 

am. 1988 No. 363

 

rep. 1989 No. 362

Div. 1B of Part 3.................................
(rr. 18, 18A–18E)

ad. 1989 No. 361
rep. 2000 No. 138

r. 18A.................................................

ad. 1989 No. 361

 

am. 1990 No. 409; 1992 No. 298

 

rep. 2000 No. 138

r. 18B.................................................

ad. 1989 No. 361

 

am. 1990 No. 409

 

rep. 2000 No. 138

r. 18C.................................................

ad. 1989 No. 361

 

am. 1992 No. 298

 

rep. 2000 No. 138

rr. 18D, 18E.......................................

ad. 1989 No. 361

 

rep. 2000 No. 138

Heading to Div. 2 of...........................
Part III

am. 1989 No. 362
rep. 2000 No. 138

Div. 2 of Part III.................................
(rr. 18–23, 23A, 24, 24A, 25)

rep. 1985 No. 293

Div. 2 of Part III (rr. 19–24) ..............

ad. 1985 No. 293

 

rep. 1988 No. 83

Div. 2 of Part III.................................
(rr. 19–24, 24A)

ad. 1988 No. 363
rep. 2000 No. 138

r. 19 ...................................................

am. 1984 No. 296

 

rs. 1985 No. 293

 

rep. 1988 No. 83

r. 20....................................................

am. 1980 No. 140; 1982 No. 199; 1984 No. 296

 

rs. 1985 No. 293

 

rep. 1988 No. 83

r. 21....................................................

am. 1980 No. 140

 

rs. 1985 No. 293

 

rep. 1988 No. 83

r. 22....................................................

rs. 1985 No. 293

 

rep. 1988 No. 83

r. 23....................................................

am. 1980 No. 140

 

rs. 1985 No. 293

 

rep. 1988 No. 83

r. 23A.................................................

ad. 1980 No. 140

 

am. 1982 No. 199

 

rep. 1985 No. 293

r. 24....................................................

am. 1980 No. 140

 

rs. 1985 No. 293

 

rep. 1988 No. 83

r. 24A.................................................

ad. 1982 No. 282

 

rep. 1985 No. 293

 

ad. 1988 No. 363

 

am. 1989 No. 361; 1992 No. 298

 

rep. 2000 No. 138

r. 25....................................................

rep. 1985 No. 293

Heading to Div. 2A of.........................
Part III

ad. 1984 No. 297
rep. 2000 No. 138

r. 25A.................................................

ad. 1984 No. 297

 

rs. 1989 No. 361

 

am. 1992 No. 298

 

rep. 2000 No. 138

r. 25B.................................................

ad. 1984 No. 297

 

am. 1988 No. 83

 

rs. 1988 No. 363

 

rep. 2000 No. 138

r. 25C.................................................

ad. 1984 No. 297

 

am. 1985 No. 293; 1988 No. 83

 

rep. 1988 No. 363

 

ad. 1989 No. 361

 

rep. 2000 No. 138

rr. 25CA–25CC...................................

ad. 1992 No. 298

 

rep. 2000 No. 138

r. 26....................................................

am. 1980 No. 140; 1982 No. 199; 1984 Nos. 296 and 297; 1985 No. 293; 1988 No. 83

 

rs. 1988 No. 363

 

am. 1989 Nos. 361 and 362; 1990 No. 409; 1992 No. 298

 

rep. 2000 No. 138

r. 27....................................................

am. 1984 No. 296; 1988 Nos. 83 and 363; 1989 No. 362; 1992 No. 298

 

rep. 2000 No. 138

r. 28....................................................

am. 1984 No. 296

 

rep. 1985 No. 293

r. 29....................................................

am. 1980 No. 140; 1984 No. 296

 

rep. 1985 No. 293

r. 30....................................................

am. 1984 No. 296

 

rep. 1985 No. 293

r. 31....................................................

am. 1984 No. 297; 1984 No. 296; 1985 No. 293; 1988 Nos. 83 and 363; 1989 Nos. 361 and 362; 1992 No. 298

 

rep. 2000 No. 138

r. 31A.................................................

ad. 1984 No. 296

 

rep. 1985 No. 293

r. 32....................................................

am. 1984 No. 297; 1988 Nos. 83 and 363; 1989 Nos. 361 and 362; 1990 No. 87; 1992 No. 298

 

rep. 2000 No. 138

Div. 3 of Part III (r. 34) .....................

rep. 1984 No. 296

Div. 3 of Part III.................................
(rr. 33, 33A)

ad. 1989 No. 344
rep. 2000 No. 138

r. 33....................................................

rep. 1988 No. 363

 

ad. 1989 No. 344

 

am. 1990 No. 409

 

rep. 2000 No. 138

r. 33A.................................................

ad. 1989 No. 344

 

rs. 1992 No. 298

 

rep. 2000 No. 138

Heading to Part 3A..............................

am. 1992 No. 298

 

rep. 2000 No. 138

Part IIIA (rr. 34, 34A–34G) ...............

ad. 1985 No. 293

 

rep. 1989 No. 362

Part 3A (rr. 34, 34A–34C) .................

ad. 1989 No. 362

 

rep. 2000 No. 138

r. 34....................................................

am. 1980 No. 140

 

rep. 1984 No. 296

 

ad. 1985 No. 293

 

rs. 1989 No. 362

 

am. 1989 Nos. 361 and 362

 

rep. 2000 No. 138

rr. 34A, 34B.......................................

ad. 1985 No. 293

 

am. 1988 No. 83

 

rs. 1989 No. 362

 

rep. 2000 No. 138

r. 34C.................................................

ad. 1985 No. 293

 

am. 1988 No. 83

 

rs. 1989 No. 362

 

am. 1989 No. 362

 

rep. 2000 No. 138

rr. 34D–34G.......................................

ad. 1985 No. 293

 

am. 1988 No. 83

 

rep. 1989 No. 362

Heading to Part IV..............................

rs. 1982 No. 199

 

rep. 1992 No. 298

Part IV (rr. 35, 37, 38) .......................

rep. 1989 No. 343

r. 35....................................................

am. 1982 No. 199

 

rep. 1989 No. 343

r. 36....................................................

rep. 1982 No. 199

r. 37 ...................................................

rs. 1982 No. 199

 

rep. 1989 No. 343

r. 38....................................................

am. 1980 No. 140; 1982 No. 199; 1988 No. 83

 

rep. 1989 No. 343

 

ad. 1994 No. 113

 

rep. 2000 No. 138

Heading to Part V................................

rep. 1992 No. 298

r. 39....................................................

rep. 2000 No. 138

r. 39AA..............................................

ad. 1988 No. 363

 

rs. 1992 No. 298

 

rep. 2000 No. 138

r. 39AB...............................................

ad. 1992 No. 298

 

rs. 1996 No. 171

 

rep. 2000 No. 138

r. 39A.................................................

ad. 1983 No. 158

 

rep. 2000 No. 138

r. 40....................................................

rep. 1980 No. 140

 

ad. 1981 No. 192

 

rs. 1984 No. 296

 

am. 1988 No. 363

 

rep. 2000 No. 138

r. 40A.................................................

ad. 1984 No. 164

 

am. 1989 No. 361; 1992 No. 298

 

rep. 2000 No. 138

r. 40B.................................................

ad. 1985 No. 293

 

rs. 1989 No. 361

 

rep. 2000 No. 138

r. 41....................................................

am. 1989 No. 1; 1992 No. 298

 

rep. 2000 No. 138

r. 42....................................................

am. 1984 No. 297; 1992 No. 298

 

rep. 2000 No. 138

r. 42A.................................................

ad. 1984 No. 296

 

rep. 1988 No. 363

r. 42B.................................................

ad. 1986 No. 299

 

rep. 2000 No. 138

r. 43A.................................................

ad. 1980 No. 140

 

rep. 1992 No. 298

r. 44....................................................

am. 1980 No. 140; 1992 No. 298

 

rep. 2000 No. 138

Part VI (rr. 45–48) .............................

rep. 1984 No. 296

r. 45 ...................................................

rep. 1984 No. 296

 

ad. 1986 No. 299

 

am. 1988 No. 363; 1989 No. 361; 1992 No. 298

 

rep. 2000 No. 138

r. 46....................................................

rep. 1984 No. 296

r. 47....................................................

rep. 1984 No. 296

 

ad. 1989 No. 139

 

rep. 1996 No. 330

r. 48....................................................

rep. 1984 No. 296

r. 49....................................................

ad. 1989 No. 361

 

am. 1992 No. 298

 

rep. 2000 No. 138

Schedule 1..........................................

rep. 1984 No. 296

Schedule 2..........................................

rs. 1980 No. 140

 

am. 1981 No. 161

 

rep. 1984 No. 296

Schedule 3..........................................

am. 1980 No. 140

 

rep. 1984 No. 296

Schedule 4

 

Forms 4, 5..........................................

1979 No. 210

 

rep. 1984 No. 297

 

ad. 1989 No. 361

 

rep. 2000 No. 138

Schedule 5..........................................

ad. 1984 No. 296

 

am. 1985 No. 293

 

rep. 2000 No. 138

Schedule 7..........................................

ad. 1989 No. 139

 

am. 1990 No. 409; 1992 No. 298; 1993 No. 60; 1995 No. 324

 

rep. 1996 No. 330