Criminal Code Act 1995 to: insert offences of forced labour, forced marriage, organ trafficking and harbouring a victim; ensure the slavery offence applies to conduct which renders a person a slave, as well as conduct involving a person who is already a slave; extend the application of existing offences of deceptive recruiting and sexual servitude to non-sexual servitude and all forms of deceptive recruiting; increase penalties for debt bondage offences; broaden the definition of exploitation to include all slavery-like practices; and amend existing definitions to provide that the broadest range of exploitative conduct is criminalised;
Crimes Act 1914 to increase the availability of reparation orders to individual victims of Commonwealth offences; and
Crimes Act 1914,
Migration Act 1958,
Proceeds of Crime Act 2002 and
Telecommunications (Interception and Access) Act 1979 to make consequential amendments.