Footnotes

Footnotes

Chapter 1

[1]        Please note, this also includes consideration of the question of AUSTRAC's membership of the Australian Crime Commission Board.

[2]        ACC, Financial Crimes, www.crimecommission.gov.au/organised-crime/crime-types/financial-crimes, (accessed 1 May 2015).

[3]        AFP, Submission 6, p. 1.

[4]        AFP, Submission 6, p. 1.

[5]        AUSTRAC, Submission 10, p. 4.

[6]        AUSTRAC, Submission 10, p. 4.

[7]        AFP, Submission 6, p. 1.

[8]        ACC, Financial Crimes, www.crimecommission.gov.au/organised-crime/crime-types/financial-crimes, (accessed 1 May 2015).

[9]        ACC, Financial Crimes, www.crimecommission.gov.au/organised-crime/crime-types/financial-crimes, (accessed 1 May 2015).

[10]      ACC, Financial Crimes, www.crimecommission.gov.au/organised-crime/crime-types/financial-crimes, (accessed 1 May 2015).

[11]      ACC, Financial Crimes, www.crimecommission.gov.au/organised-crime/crime-types/financial-crimes, (accessed 1 May 2015).

[12]      Mr Chris Dawson APM, Chief Executive Office, Australian Crime Commission, Committee Hansard, 10 September 2014, p. 1.

[13]      See for example: AFP, Submission 6, p. 1; AGD, Submission 9, p. 1.

Chapter 2 - Powers and taskforces

[1]        ACC, Submission 5, p. 4.

[2]        Momcilovic v the Queen & Ors [2011] HCA 34.

[3]        ASIC, Submission 21, p. 6.

[4]        ASIC, Submission 21, p. 6.

[5]        ACC, Submission 5, p. 4.

[6]        ATO, Submission 7, p. 4.

[7]        ATO, Submission 7, p. 4.

[8]        ATO, Submission 7, p. 4.

[9]        For example: Mr Richard Grant, National Manager, Investigations, Australian Crime Commission, Committee Hansard, 10 September 2014, p. 6.

[10]      ATO, Submission 7, p. 3.

[11]      ATO, Submission 7, p. 5.

[12]      ATO, Project Wickenby, www.ato.gov.au/General/The-fight-against-tax-crime/In-detail/Tax-crime/Project-Wickenby/ (accessed 4 June 2015).

[13]      ATO, Project Wickenby, www.ato.gov.au/General/The-fight-against-tax-crime/In-detail/Tax-crime/Project-Wickenby/ (accessed 23 June 2015).

[14]      ATO, Project Wickenby, www.ato.gov.au/General/The-fight-against-tax-crime/In-detail/Tax-crime/Project-Wickenby/ (accessed 4 June 2015).

[15]      ATO, Project Wickenby, www.ato.gov.au/General/The-fight-against-tax-crime/In-detail/Tax-crime/Project-Wickenby/?page=1#Who_we_are (accessed 4 June 2015).

[16]      ATO, Project Wickenby, www.ato.gov.au/General/The-fight-against-tax-crime/News-and-results/Project-Wickenby---getting-results/ (accessed 4 June 2015).

[17]      ATO, Project Wickenby, www.ato.gov.au/General/The-fight-against-tax-crime/News-and-results/Project-Wickenby---getting-results/ (accessed 4 June 2015).

[18]      ATO, Project Wickenby, www.ato.gov.au/General/The-fight-against-tax-crime/News-and-results/Project-Wickenby---getting-results/ (accessed 4 June 2015).

[19]      Mr Brett Martin, Assistant Commissioner, Indirect Tax, Compliance Strategy and Government Relations, ATO, Committee Hansard, 10 September 2014, p. 21.

[20]      Mr Brett Martin, Assistant Commissioner, Indirect Tax, Compliance Strategy and Government Relations, ATO, Committee Hansard, 10 September 2014, p. 21.

[21]      ATO, Submission 7, p. 5.

[22]      ATO, Submission 7, p. 5.

[23]      Mr John Ford, Assistant Commissioner, Private Groups and High Wealth Individuals, Tax Crime, ATO, Committee Hansard, 10 September 2014, p. 21.

[24]      AFP, Submission 6, p. 9.

[25]      AFP, Submission 6, p. 9.

[26]      AFP, Submission 6, p. 9.

[27]      ATO, Submission 7, p. 5.

[28]      The Hon Joe Hockey MP, Media Release, Serious Financial Crime Taskforce (5 May 2015), www.joehockey.com/media/media-releases/details.aspx?r=480 (accessed 4 June 2015).

[29]      ACC, Submission 5, p. 15.

[30]      ACC, Submission 5, p. 16.

[31]      ACC, Submission 5, p. 16.

[32]      ACC, Submission 5, p. 16.

[33]      The Hon Joe Hockey MP, Media Release, Serious Financial Crime Taskforce (5 May 2015), www.joehockey.com/media/media-releases/details.aspx?r=480 (accessed 4 June 2015).

[34]      Treasury, Budget Paper No.2 2015-16, p. 30.

[35]      Treasury, Budget Paper No.2 2015-16, p. 30.

[36]      Treasury, Budget Paper No.2 2015-16, p. 30.

[37]      RBA, Submission 17, pp 3–4.

[38]      Mr Keith Drayton, Deputy Head, Note Issue Department, Reserve Bank of Australia, Committee Hansard, 9 September 2014, p. 20.

[39]      Mrs Michelle Bullock, Assistant Governor (Currency), Reserve Bank of Australia, Committee Hansard, 9 September 2014, p. 21.

[40]      Mr Michael Phelan, Deputy Commissioner Operations, Australian Federal Police, Committee Hansard, 10 September 2014, p. 18.

[41]      Momcilovic v the Queen & Ors [2011] HCA 34.

[42]      Victorian Government Solicitor's Office, Case Note, Momcilovic v The Queen [2011] HCA 34 (8 September 2011), http://www.vgso.vic.gov.au/sites/default/files/Case%20Note%20-%20Momcilovic%20v%20The%20Queen.pdf (accessed 29 June 2015).

[43]      Mr Mark Payne, Assistant Commissioner, Crime and Specialist Services, Northern Territory Police Force, Committee Hansard, 8 September 2014, p. 1.

[44]      Mr Mark Payne, Assistant Commissioner, Crime and Specialist Services, Northern Territory Police Force, Committee Hansard, 8 September 2014, p. 7.

[45]      Mr Stephen Fontana, Assistant Commissioner, Victoria Police, Committee Hansard, 9 September 2014, p. 56.

[46]      Mr Stephen Fontana, Assistant Commissioner, Victoria Police, Committee Hansard, 9 September 2014, p. 56.

[47]      Attorney-General's Department, Answers to Questions on Notice, p. 1.

[48]      Attorney-General's Department, Answers to Questions on Notice, p. 1.

Chapter 3 - Legislative and regulatory issues

[1]        See, for example: Mr Chris Dawson APM, Chief Executive Officer, Australian Crime Commission, Committee Hansard, 10 September 2014, p. 5.

[2]        Journals of the Senate, No. 93–13 May 2013, p. 2594.

[3]        Parliamentary Joint Committee on Law Enforcement, Inquiry into Commonwealth unexplained wealth legislation and arrangements, Recommendation 7, p. xiv.

[4]        Government response, Parliamentary Joint Committee on Law Enforcement, Inquiry into Commonwealth unexplained wealth legislation and arrangements, pp 3–4.

[5]        Mr Chris Dawson APM, Chief Executive Officer, Australian Crime Commission, Committee Hansard, 10 September 2014, p. 5.

[6]        ASIC, Submission 21, p. 12.

[7]        ASIC, Submission 21, p. 12.

[8]        ASIC, Submission 21, p. 13.

[9]        For the purposes of the Question on Notice, serious offences are offences with a penalty of at least seven years' imprisonment

[10]      Attorney-General's Department, Answers to Questions on Notice, p. 2.

[11]      Attorney-General's Department, Answers to Questions on Notice, p. 2.

[12]      ASIC, Submission 21, pp 11–12.

[13]      ASIC, Submission 21, p. 12.

[14]      ASIC, Submission 21, p. 12.

[15]      Telecommunications (Interception and Access) Amendment (Data Retention) Act 2015, s110A.

[16]      Telecommunications (Interception and Access) Amendment (Data Retention) Bill 2015, Revised Explanatory Memorandum, p. 92.

[17]      Telecommunications (Interception and Access) Amendment (Data Retention) Bill 2015, Revised Explanatory Memorandum, p. 92.

[18]      Telecommunications (Interception and Access) Amendment (Data Retention) Bill 2015, Revised Explanatory Memorandum, p. 92.

[19]      Ms Harmer, Committee Hansard, 30 January 2015, p. 70, as cited in Parliamentary Joint Committee on Intelligence and Security, Advisory report on the Telecommunications (Interception and Access) Amendment (Data Retention) Bill 2014, February 2015, p. 198.

[20]      Professor Williams, Committee Hansard, 30 January 2015, p. 6, as cited in Parliamentary Joint Committee on Intelligence and Security, Advisory report on the Telecommunications (Interception and Access) Amendment (Data Retention) Bill 2014, February 2015, p. 199.

[21]      Uniting Church in Australia, Justice & International Mission Unit, Synod of Victoria and Tasmania, Submission 76, p. 9, as cited in Parliamentary Joint Committee on Intelligence and Security, Advisory report on the Telecommunications (Interception and Access) Amendment (Data Retention) Bill 2014, February 2015, p. 199.

[22]      See: paragraphs 3.6–3.7.

[23]      AUSTRAC, Submission 10, p. 4.

[24]      AUSTRAC, Submission 10, p. 4.

[25]      For the purposes of the AML/CTF Act, these are referred to as designated agencies; See also: AUSTRAC, Submission 10, p. 4.

[26]      AUSTRAC, Submission 10, p. 1.

[27]      AGD, Submission 9, p. 20.

[28]      AGD, Submission 9, p. 10.

[29]      AGD, Submission 9, p. 10.

[30]      See: Anti-Money Laundering and Counter-Terrorism Financing Rules Instrument 2007 No. 1.

[31]      AGD, Submission 9, p. 10.

[32]      AUSTRAC, Submission 10, p. 5.

[33]      AGD, Submission 9, p. 5.

[34]      AUSTRAC, Submission 10, p. 27.

[35]      AUSTRAC, Submission 10, p .41.

[36]      Anti-Money Laundering and Counter-Terrorism Financing Act 2006, s 251.

[37]      AGD, Submission 9, p. 20.

[38]      AGD, Statutory Review of the Anti-Money Laundering and Counter-Terrorism Financing Act 2006, www.ag.gov.au/consultations/pages/StatReviewAntiMoneyLaunderingCounterTerrorismFinActCth2006.aspx (accessed 5 June 2015).

[39]      AGD, Statutory Review of the Anti-Money Laundering and Counter-Terrorism Financing Act 2006, www.ag.gov.au/consultations/pages/StatReviewAntiMoneyLaunderingCounterTerrorismFinActCth2006.aspx (accessed 5 June 2015).

[40]      AGD, Statutory Review of the Anti-Money Laundering and Counter-Terrorism Financing Act 2006, www.ag.gov.au/consultations/pages/StatReviewAntiMoneyLaunderingCounterTerrorismFinActCth2006.aspx (accessed 5 June 2015).

[41]      AGD, Submission 9, p. 7.

[42]      AGD, Submission 9, p. 8.

[43]      AGD, Submission 9, p. 8.

[44]      FATF, Australia has a mature regime for combatting money laundering and terrorist financing, but certain key areas remain unaddressed, says FATF, www.fatf-gafi.org/documents/news/australia-mature-regime-to-combat-money-laundering-terrorist-financing-key-areas-remain-unaddressed.html (accessed 23 June 2015).

[45]      FATF, Australia has a mature regime for combatting money laundering and terrorist financing, but certain key areas remain unaddressed, says FATF, www.fatf-gafi.org/documents/news/australia-mature-regime-to-combat-money-laundering-terrorist-financing-key-areas-remain-unaddressed.html (accessed 23 June 2015).

[46]      ASIC, Answers to Questions on Notice, p. 5.

[47]      ASIC, Answers to Questions on Notice, p. 5.

[48]      Mr Chris Dawson APM, Chief Executive Officer, Australian Crime Commission, Committee Hansard, 10 September 2014, p. 7.

[49]      Mr Iain Anderson, First Assistant Secretary, Criminal Justice Division, Attorney-General's Department, Committee Hansard, 10 September 2014, p. 33.

Chapter 4 - Issues affecting the financial services, remittance and self‑managed superannuation sectors

[1]        Please note, the NCPA was previously known as the National Financial Services Federation. Its original name is used for its submission and in the Hansard transcripts. The committee attributes this evidence to the NCPA throughout this report.

[2]        ASIC, Submission 21, p. 3.

[3]        ASIC, Submission 21, p. 2.

[4]        ASIC, Submission 21, p. 3.

[5]        ASIC, Submission 21, p. 5.

[6]        Mr Philip Johns, Chief Executive Officer, National Financial Services Federation, Committee Hansard, 9 September 2014, p. 22.

[7]        National Financial Services Federation, Submission 3, p. 6.

[8]        National Financial Services Federation, Submission 3, p. 6.

[9]        National Financial Services Federation, Submission 3, p. 6.

[10]      National Financial Services Federation, Submission 3, p. 6.

[11]      National Financial Services Federation, Submission 3, p. 7.

[12]      Senate Economics References Committee, The performance of the Australian Securities and Investments Commission, June 2014, Recommendation 41, p. xxxi.

[13]      Mr Philip Johns, Chief Executive Officer, National Financial Services Federation, Committee Hansard, 9 September 2014, pp 23–24.

[14]      ASIC, Answers to Questions on Notice, p. 4.

[15]      Senate Economics References Committee, The performance of the Australian Securities and Investments Commission, June 2014, Recommendations 18–20, pp xxvi–xxvii.

[16]      Government response, Senate Economics References Committee, The performance of the Australian Securities and Investments Commission, (October 2014).

[17]      AUSTRAC, Submission 10, p. 13.

[18]      AUSTRAC, Submission 10, p. 27.

[19]      AUSTRAC, Submission 10, p. 13.

[20]      Ms Dianne Nguyen, Head of Compliance, Eastern & Allied Pty Ltd, Committee Hansard, 9 September 2014, p. 28.

[21]      AUSTRAC, Submission 10, p. 13.

[22]      Ms Dianne Nguyen, Head of Compliance, Eastern & Allied Pty Ltd, Committee Hansard, 9 September 2014, p. 34.

[23]      Ms Dianne Nguyen, Head of Compliance, Eastern & Allied Pty Ltd, Committee Hansard, 9 September 2014, p. 31.

[24]      Mr John SCHMIDT, Chief Executive Officer, Australian Transaction Reports and Analysis Centre (AUSTRAC), Committee Hansard, 9 September 2014, p. 48.

[25]      Mr John SCHMIDT, Chief Executive Officer, Australian Transaction Reports and Analysis Centre (AUSTRAC), Committee Hansard, 9 September 2014, p. 48.

[26]      Mr John SCHMIDT, Chief Executive Officer, Australian Transaction Reports and Analysis Centre (AUSTRAC), Committee Hansard, 9 September 2014, p. 48.

[27]      Mr Crispin Yuen, Head of Compliance, Ria Financial Services Australia Pty Ltd, Committee Hansard, p. 28.

[28]      Mr Crispin Yuen, Committee Hansard, 9 September 2014, pp 28–29.

[29]      Westpac, Correspondence, p. 1, (2 February 2015).

[30]      ABA, The risks of remittances, www.bankers.asn.au/Media/ABA-Blog/Blogs/The-risks-of-remittances (accessed 29 April 2015).

[31]      ABA, The risks of remittances, www.bankers.asn.au/Media/ABA-Blog/Blogs/The-risks-of-remittances (accessed 29 April 2015).

[32]      Westpac, Correspondence, p. 1 (2 February 2015)

[33]      Westpac, Correspondence, p. 1, (2 February 2015).

[34]      Westpac, Correspondence, p. 1, (2 February 2015).

[35]      Westpac, Correspondence, p. 1, (2 February 2015).

[36]      Westpac, Correspondence, p. 1, (2 February 2015).

[37]      ACCC, Correspondence, p. 1.  (2 April 2015)

[38]      ACCC, Correspondence, p. 1. (2 April 2015)

[39]      ACCC, Correspondence, pp 1–2. (2 April 2015)

[40]      ACCC, Correspondence, p. 2. (2 April 2015)

[41]      ACCC, Correspondence, p. 2. (2 April 2015)

[42]      ACCC, Correspondence, p. 2. (2 April 2015)

[43]      ACCC, Correspondence, p. 2. (2 April 2015)

[44]      ACC, Submission 5, p. 11.

[45]      ACC, Submission 5, p. 11.

[46]      ACC, Submission 5, p. 15.

[47]      ACC, Submission 5, p. 16.

[48]      ACC, Submission 5, p. 16.

[49]      Mr Eduardo Bieytes Corro, Managing Director, Ria Financial Services Australia Pty Ltd, Committee Hansard, 9 September 2014, p. 30.

[50]      Mr Eduardo Bieytes Corro, Managing Director, Ria Financial Services Australia Pty Ltd, Committee Hansard, 9 September 2014, p. 30.

[51]      See Chapter 3.

[52]      Mr Steven York, Head of Groups Security and Business Resilience, Bank of Queensland, Committee Hansard, 9 September 2014, p. 2.

[53]      Mr Steven York, Head of Groups Security and Business Resilience, Bank of Queensland, Committee Hansard, 9 September 2014, p. 2.

[54]      Mr Paul Stacey, Policy Director, Australian Bankers' Association, Committee Hansard, 9 September 2014, p. 2.

[55]      Mr John Schmidt, Chief Executive Officer, AUSTRAC, Committee Hansard, 9 September 2014, p. 46.

Chapter 5 - Collaboration between law enforcement and the private sector

[1]        ACC, Submission 5, p. 19.

[2]        Mr John Moss, Acting Executive Director, Operations, Australian Crime Commission, Committee Hansard, 10 September 2014, p. 1.

[3]        ATO, Submission 7, p. 7.

[4]        Mr Chris Dawson, Chief Executive Officer, Australian Crime Commission, Committee Hansard, 10 September 2014, p. 2.

[5]        Victoria Police, Submission 13, p. 5.

[6]        South Australia Police, Submission 12, p. 4.

[7]        South Australia Police, Submission 12, p. 4.

[8]        Mr Damian McMeekin, Head of Group Security, ANZ, Committee Hansard, 9 September 2014, p. 4.

[9]        Mr Steven York, Head of Groups Security and Business Reliance, Bank of Queensland, Committee Hansard, 9 September 2014, p. 5.

[10]      Mr Guy Boyd, Global Head of Financial Crime, Australian and New Zealand Banking Group Ltd, Committee Hansard, 9 September 2014, p. 4.

[11]      Attorney-General's Department, Answers to Questions on Notice, p. 3.

Chapter 6 - Technology and identity crimes

[1]        Mr Chris Dawson APM, Chief Executive Office, Australian Crime Commission, Committee Hansard, 10 September 2014, p. 1.

[2]        ACC, Submission 5, p. 7.

[3]        AFP, Submission 6, p. 7

[4]        ACC, Submission 5, Attachment 1, p. 17.

[5]        ACC, Submission 5, Attachment 1, p. 17.

[6]        ACC, Submission 5, Attachment 1, p. 18.

[7]        AUSTRAC, Submission 10, p. 20.

[8]        AUSTRAC, Submission 10, p. 20.

[9]        AFP, Submission 6, p. 7.

[10]      ABA, Submission 4, p. 5.

[11]      Mr Paul Dickson, Assistant Commissioner, South Australian Police, Committee Hansard, 9 September 2014, p. 10.

[12]      Mr Paul Dickson, Assistant Commissioner, South Australian Police, Committee Hansard, 9 September 2014, p. 10.

[13]      Mr Stephen Fontana, Assistant Commissioner, Victoria Police, Committee Hansard, 9 September 2014, p. 57.

[14]      Journals of the Senate, No. 79—2 March 2015, p. 2203. Information about the Senate Economics References Committee inquiry into digital currency can be found here: www.aph.gov.au/Parliamentary_Business/Committees/Senate/Economics/Digital_currency.

[15]      AFP, Submission 6, p. 1.

[16]      AFP, Submission 6, p. 5.

[17]      AFP, Submission 6, p. 5.

[18]      AFP, Submission 6, p. 5.

[19]      AGD, Submission 9, p. 14.

[20]      Attorney-General's Department, National Identity Security Strategy, www.ag.gov.au/rightsandprotections/identitysecurity/pages/nationalidentitysecuritystrategy.aspx, (accessed 26 June 2015).

[21]      AFP, Submission 6, p. 13.

[22]      AFP, Submission 6, p. 13.

[23]      Attorney-General's Department, National Identity Security Strategy, www.ag.gov.au/rightsandprotections/identitysecurity/pages/nationalidentitysecuritystrategy.aspx, (accessed 26 June 2015).

[24]      AGD, Submission 9, p. 16.

[25]      AGD, Submission 9, p. 16.

[26]      AGD, Submission 9, p. 16.

[27]      AGD, Submission 9, p. 16.

[28]      Mr Guy Boyd, Global Head of Financial Crime, Australia and New Zealand Banking Group Ltd, Committee Hansard, 9 September 2014, p. 3.

[29]      Ms Dianne Nguyen, Director, Head of Compliance, Eastern & Allied Pty Ltd, Committee Hansard, 9 September 2014, p. 27.

[30]      Australian Remittance and Currency Providers Association, Supplementary Submission No. 2, p. 2.

[31]      Mr Matthew Strassberg, Senior Advisor, External Relations, Veda, Committee Hansard, 9 September 2014, p. 36.

[32]      Mr Matthew Strassberg, Senior Advisor, External Relations, Veda, Committee Hansard, 9 September 2014, p. 36.

[33]      Mr Matthew Strassberg, Senior Advisor, External Relations, Veda, Committee Hansard, 9 September 2014, p. 36.

[34]      Mr Matthew Strassberg, Senior Advisor, External Relations, Veda, Committee Hansard, 9 September 2014, p. 36.

[35]      Mr Matthew Strassberg, Senior Advisor, External Relations, Veda, Committee Hansard, 9 September 2014, p. 36.

[36]      AGD, Answers to Questions on Notice, p. 4.

[37]      AGD, Answers to Questions on Notice, p. 4.

[38]      AGD, Answers to Questions on Notice, p. 4.

[39]      Attorney-General's Department, The Document Verification Service—fast, secure, trusted, www.dvs.gov.au/Pages/default.aspx (accessed 10 June 2015).

[40]      Attorney-General's Department, The Document Verification Service—fast, secure, trusted, www.dvs.gov.au/Pages/default.aspx (accessed 10 June 2015).

[41]      The Document Verification Service—fast, secure, trusted, www.dvs.gov.au/Pages/default.aspx (accessed 10 June 2015).

[42]      iDcare, Submission 23, p. 1.

[43]      iDcare, Submission 23, p. 1.

[44]      iDcare, Submission 23, p. 2.

[45]      iDcare, Submission 23, p. 1.

[46]      iDcare, Submission 23, p. 4.

[47]      iDcare, Submission 23, p. 4.

[48]      iDcare, Submission 23, p. 4.

[49]      Contactless payment refers to technology that allows individuals to pay for products and services by 'tapping' their credit or debit card against a payment terminal. The committee recognises numerous iterations of this technology exist and are referred to, in some cases interchangeably as 'tap and go', 'paywave' and 'paypass'.

[50]      Visa, Mobile Visa payWave, http://www.visa.com.au/personal/features/include/Visa_mobile_payWave_factsheet_approvedApril2014.pdf (accessed 30 June 2016)

[51]      Victoria Police, Submission 13, p. 2.

[52]      Victoria Police, Submission 13, p. 2.

[53]      Victoria Police, Submission 13, pp 2–3.

[54]      Victoria Police, Submission 13, p. 5.

[55]      9news, Credit card crime increase could see tap-and-go gone, www.9news.com.au/technology/2015/01/17/07/50/credit-card-crime-increase-could-see-tap-and-go-gone, (accessed 20 April 2015).

[56]      Mr Guy Boyd, Global Head of Financial Crime, Australian and New Zealand Banking Group Ltd, Committee Hansard, 9 September 2014, p. 7.

Chapter 7 - Financial crime against Indigenous communities

[1]        NT Police, Submission 2, p. 2.

[2]        Mr Mark Payne, Assistant Commissioner, Crime and Specialist Services, Northern Territory Police Force, Committee Hansard, 8 September 2014, p. 2.

[3]        Ms Pip Martin, Managing Solicitor–Civil, Northern Australian Aboriginal Justice Agency, Committee Hansard, 8 September 2014, p. 20.

[4]        Ms Judy Lind, Executive Director, Strategy and Specialist Capabilities, Australian Crime Commission, Committee Hansard, 8 September 2014, p. 14.

[5]        NT Police, Submission 2, p. 2.

[6]        NT Police, Submission 2, p. 2.

[7]        Mr Mark Payne, Assistant Commissioner, Crime and Specialist Services, Northern Territory Police Force, Committee Hansard, 8 September 2014, p. 2.

[8]        Commander Richard Bryson, Northern Territory Police Force, Committee Hansard, 8 September 2014 p. 2.

[9]        Commander Richard Bryson, Northern Territory Police Force, Committee Hansard, 8 September 2014 p. 3.

[10]      Mr Mark Payne, Assistant Commissioner, Crime and Specialist Services, Northern Territory Police Force, Committee Hansard, 8 September 2014, p. 1.

[11]      Mr Mark Payne, Assistant Commissioner, Crime and Specialist Services, Northern Territory Police Force, Committee Hansard, 8 September 2014, p. 2.

[12]      Mr Mark Payne, Assistant Commissioner, Crime and Specialist Services, Northern Territory Police Force, Committee Hansard, 8 September 2014, p. 4.

[13]      Commander Richard Bryson, Northern Territory Police Force, Committee Hansard, 8 September 2014 p. 6.

[14]      Mr Mark Payne, Assistant Commissioner, Crime and Specialist Services, Northern Territory Police Force, Committee Hansard, 8 September 2014, p. 5.

[15]      National Indigenous Intelligence Task Force (NIITF), Factsheet, Australian Crime Commission, p. 1.

[16]      Ms Judy Lind, Executive Director, Australian Crime Commission, Committee Hansard, 8 September 2014, p. 9.

[17]      Ms Judy Lind, Executive Director, Australian Crime Commission, Committee Hansard, 8 September 2014, p. 9.

[18]      Ms Judy Lind, Executive Director, Australian Crime Commission, Committee Hansard, 8 September 2014, p. 10.

[19]      www.crimecommission.gov.au/publications/freedom-information/disclosure-log

[20]      ACC, The Final Report of the National Indigenous Intelligence Task Force, (released under FOI), 2006–2014, p. 5.

[21]      ACC, The Final Report of the National Indigenous Intelligence Task Force, (released under FOI), 2006–2014, p. 17.

[22]      ACC, The Final Report of the National Indigenous Intelligence Task Force, (released under FOI), 2006–2014, p. 17.

[23]      Commander Richard Bryson, Northern Territory Police Force, Committee Hansard, 8 September 2014 p. 3.

[24]      Ms Pip Martin, Managing Solicitor-Civil, Northern Australian Aboriginal Justice Agency, Committee Hansard, 8 September 2014, p. 21.

[25]      Commander Richard Bryson, Northern Territory Police Force, Committee Hansard, 8 September 2014 p. 4.

[26]      Mr Mark Payne, Assistant Commissioner, Crime and Specialist Services, Northern Territory Police Force, Committee Hansard, 8 September 2014, p. 2.

[27]      Commander Richard Bryson, Northern Territory Police Force, Committee Hansard, 8 September 2014 p. 3.

[28]      Commander Richard Bryson, Northern Territory Police Force, Committee Hansard, 8 September 2014 p. 3.

[29]      Mr Richard Trudgen, private capacity, Committee Hansard, 8 September 2014, p. 16.

[30]      Mr Richard Trudgen, private capacity, Committee Hansard, 8 September 2014, p. 16.

[31]      Mr Richard Trudgen, private capacity, Committee Hansard, 8 September 2014, p. 18.

[32]      Mr Richard Trudgen, private capacity, Committee Hansard, 8 September 2014, p. 17.

[33]      Mr Richard Trudgen, private capacity, Committee Hansard, 8 September 2014, p. 17.

[34]      Mr Richard Trudgen, private capacity, Committee Hansard, 8 September 2014, p. 17.

[35]      Mr Richard Trudgen, private capacity, Committee Hansard, 8 September 2014, p. 19.

[36]      Ms Pip Martin, Managing Solicitor-Civil, Northern Australian Aboriginal Justice Agency, Committee Hansard, 8 September 2014, p. 21.

[37]      Mr Richard Trudgen, private capacity, Committee Hansard, 8 September 2014, p. 18.

[38]      Ms Pip Martin, Managing Solicitor-Civil, Northern Australian Aboriginal Justice Agency, Committee Hansard, 8 September 2014, p. 22.

[39]      Mr Richard Trudgen, private capacity, Committee Hansard, 8 September 2014, p. 19.

[40]      Mr Richard Trudgen, private capacity, Committee Hansard, 8 September 2014, p. 18.

[41]      Mr Richard Trudgen, private capacity, Committee Hansard, 8 September 2014, p. 19.

[42]      Ms Judy Lind, Executive Director, Australian Crime Commission, Committee Hansard, 8 September 2014, p. 10.

[43]      Ms Judy Lind, Executive Director, Australian Crime Commission, Committee Hansard, 8 September 2014, pp 10-11.

[44]      Ms Pip Martin, Managing Solicitor-Civil, Northern Australian Aboriginal Justice Agency, Committee Hansard, 8 September 2014, p. 22.

[45]      See also: Paragraph 7.38

[46]      Ms Judy Lind, Executive Director, Australian Crime Commission, Committee Hansard, 8 September 2014, p. 11.

[47]      Mr Mark Payne, Assistant Commissioner, Crime and Specialist Services, Northern Territory Police Force, Committee Hansard, 8 September 2014, p. 7.

[48]      Mr Mark Payne, Assistant Commissioner, Crime and Specialist Services, Northern Territory Police Force, Committee Hansard, 8 September 2014, p. 7.

[49]      Commander Richard Bryson, Northern Territory Police Force, Committee Hansard, 8 September 2014 p. 3.

[50]      Ms Pip Martin, Managing Solicitor-Civil, Northern Australian Aboriginal Justice Agency, Committee Hansard, 8 September 2014, p. 21.

[51]      Ms Pip Martin, Managing Solicitor-Civil, Northern Australian Aboriginal Justice Agency, Committee Hansard, 8 September 2014, p. 22.

[52]      Mr Richard Trudgen, private capacity, Committee Hansard, 8 September 2014, p. 17.

[53]      ACC, The Final Report of the National Indigenous Intelligence Task Force, (released under FOI), 2006–2014, p. 17.

APPENDIX 1 - Submissions, additional information and answers to questions on notice[1]

[1] www.aph.gov.au/Parliamentary_Business/Committees/Joint/Law_Enforcement/Financial_related_crime/Submissions

[2] www.aph.gov.au/Parliamentary_Business/Committees/Joint/Law_Enforcement/Financial_related_crime/Additional_Documents

[3] www.aph.gov.au/Parliamentary_Business/Committees/Joint/Law_Enforcement/Financial_related_crime/Additional_Documents  

[4]    www.aph.gov.au/Parliamentary_Business/Committees/Joint/Law_Enforcement/Financial_related_crime/Additional_Documents

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