Title Schedule 2—Consequential amendments
Database Bills & Legislation
Long Title A Bill for an Act to amend the [itals]Criminal Code Act 1995[eitals], and for related purposes
Date 01-12-2016 11:39 AM
Source Senate
Parl No. 45
Bill Number 95/16
Bill Type Government
Portfolio Attorney-General
Reps Bill Code O
Status Act
System Id legislation/bills/s1039_third-senate/0002


Schedule 2—Consequential amendments

Schedule 2—Consequential amendments

Part 1—Amendments commencing on day fixed by Proclamation

Crimes Act 1914

1A  Paragraph 3ZQU(1)(e)

Omit “or 105”, substitute “, 105 or 105A”.

1B  Paragraph 3ZZEA(1)(d)

Omit “or 105”, substitute “, 105 or 105A”.

1C  At the end of subsection 16F(1)

Add:

Note:          A court that is sentencing a person who has been convicted of an offence referred to in paragraph 105A.3(1)(a) of the Criminal Code must warn the person about continuing detention orders (see section 105A.23 of the Code).

Independent National Security Legislation Monitor Act 2010

1D  After subparagraph 6(1)(a)(i)

Insert:

                            (ia)  without limiting subparagraph (i), Division 105A of the Criminal Code and any other provision of that Code as far as it relates to that Division; and

1E  After subsection 6(1B)

Insert:

          (1C)  The Independent National Security Legislation Monitor must complete the review under subparagraph (1)(a)(ia) before the end of 5 years after the day the Criminal Code Amendment (High Risk Terrorist Offenders) Act 2016 received the Royal Assent.

Intelligence Services Act 2001

1F  After paragraph 29(1)(ca)

Insert:

                   (cb)  without limiting paragraphs (baa) to (bac), to review, before the end of 6 years after the day the Criminal Code Amendment (High Risk Terrorist Offenders) Act 2016 received the Royal Assent, the operation, effectiveness and implications of Division 105A of the Criminal Code and any other provision of that Code as far as it relates to that Division;

Surveillance Devices Act 2004

1  Subsection 6(1) (after paragraph (o) of the definition of relevant proceeding)

Insert:

                   (oa)  a proceeding under, or related to a matter arising under, Division 105A of the Criminal Code (continuing detention orders); or

Telecommunications (Interception and Access) Act 1979

2  Subsection 5(1) (at the end of paragraph (b) of the definition of permitted purpose)

Add:

                           (vii)  the performance of a function or duty, or the exercise of a power, by a person, court or other body under, or in relation to a matter arising under, Division 105A of the Criminal Code, so far as the function, duty or power relates to a continuing detention order or an interim detention order; or

3  Subsection 5(1) (after subparagraph (c)(iv) of the definition of permitted purpose)

Insert:

                          (iva)  the performance of a function or duty, or the exercise of a power, by a person, court or other body under, or in relation to a matter arising under, Division 105A of the Criminal Code, so far as the function, duty or power relates to a continuing detention order or an interim detention order; or

4  After paragraph 5B(1)(bc)

Insert:

                   (bd)  a proceeding under, or a proceeding relating to a matter arising under, Division 105A of the Criminal Code, so far as the proceeding relates to a continuing detention order or an interim detention order; or

5  Before section 140

Insert:

139C  Dealing for purposes relating to continuing detention orders

             (1)  An officer or staff member of:

                     (a)  the Australian Federal Police; or

                     (b)  the Police Force of a State;

may, for one or more purposes referred to in subsection (2), and for no other purpose (other than a purpose referred to in subsection 139(2) or (4A) or 139A(2), if applicable), communicate to another person, make use of, or make a record of lawfully accessed information other than foreign intelligence information.

             (2)  The purposes are purposes connected with the performance of a function or duty, or the exercise of a power, by a person, court or other body under, or in relation to a matter arising under, Division 105A of the Criminal Code (continuing detention orders).

6  After subparagraphs 180D(2)(b)(i) and (c)(i)

Insert:

                            (ia)  for the purposes of Division 105A of the Criminal Code (continuing detention orders); or

7  After subparagraph 181B(3)(b)(ii)

Insert:

                           (iia)  for the purposes of Division 105A of the Criminal Code (continuing detention orders); or

8  After subparagraph 181B(6)(b)(i)

Insert:

                          (iaa)  for the purposes of Division 105A of the Criminal Code (continuing detention orders); or

9  After subparagraph 182(2)(a)(iii)

Insert:

                          (iiia)  for the purposes of Division 105A of the Criminal Code (continuing detention orders); or

10  After subparagraph 182(3)(a)(ii)

Insert:

                           (iia)  for the purposes of Division 105A of the Criminal Code (continuing detention orders); or

11  After subparagraph 182B(b)(iv)

Insert:

                          (iva)  for the purposes of Division 105A of the Criminal Code (continuing detention orders); or

Part 2—Contingent amendments

Division 1—Amendments if the Counter‑Terrorism Legislation Amendment Act (No. 1) 2016 commences after this Act

Telecommunications (Interception and Access) Act 1979

12  Subsection 139(1)

After “139A(2)”, insert “or 139C(2)”.

13  Subsection 139A(1)

After “139(2)”, insert “or 139C(2)”.

14  Section 142

Omit “or 139A”, substitute “, 139A or 139C”.

15  Paragraph 150(1)(b)

Omit “or 139A(2)”, substitute “, 139A(2) or 139C(2)”.

Division 2—Amendment of the Counter‑Terrorism Legislation Amendment Act (No. 1) 2016

Counter‑Terrorism Legislation Amendment Act (No. 1) 2016

16  Items 51 and 52 of Schedule 9

Repeal the items, substitute:

51  Subsection 139(1)

After “139A(2)”, insert “, 139B(2)”.

52  Subsection 139A(1)

After “139(2)”, insert “or (4A), 139B(2)”.

17  Items 54 and 55 of Schedule 9

Repeal the items, substitute:

54  Section 142

After “139A”, insert “, 139B”.

55  Paragraph 150(1)(b)

Omit “139A(2)”, substitute “or (4A), 139A(2), 139B(2)”.

Division 3—Amendments if the Counter‑Terrorism Legislation Amendment Act (No. 1) 2016 commences before this Act

Telecommunications (Interception and Access) Act 1979

18  Subsection 139(1)

Omit “or 139B(2)”, substitute “, 139B(2) or 139C(2)”.

19  Subsection 139A(1)

Omit “or 139B(2)”, substitute “, 139B(2) or 139C(2)”.

20  Section 142

Omit “or 139B”, substitute “, 139B or 139C”.

21  Paragraph 150(1)(b)

Omit “or 139B(2)”, substitute “, 139B(2) or 139C(2)”.

Division 4—Amendments after Counter‑Terrorism Legislation Amendment Act (No. 1) 2016 commences

Telecommunications (Interception and Access) Act 1979

22  Subsection 139B(1)

Omit “or 139A(2)”, substitute “, 139A(2) or 139C(2)”.

23  Subsection 139C(1)

Omit “or 139A(2)”, substitute “, 139A(2) or 139B(2)”.