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Wednesday, 11 December 2002
Page: 7704

Senator ELLISON (Minister for Justice and Customs) (12:25 PM) —There are a number of avenues available to a person who has a grievance. One is to complain to the Inspector-General of Intelligence and Security and, where the police are involved, to the Ombudsman as well. Certainly, the identity of people concerned would come to light during that. There is also a judicial review available and, again, the identity of people would of course have to be part and parcel of those proceedings. There would be no question of the identity being kept from the person concerned. The complaint being made by the person would bring that to light.