Crimes Legislation Amendment (Telecommunications Interception and Other Measures) Bill 2005

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Crimes Legislation Amendment (Telecommunications Interception and Other Measures) Bill 2005

17 June 2005

© Commonwealth of Australia 2005
ISBN 0 642 71536 X

View the report as a single document - (PDF 386KB)

View the report as separate downloadable parts:

Membership of committee (PDF 84KB)
Recommendations (PDF 102KB)
Abbreviations (PDF 105KB)
Chapter 1 - Introduction (PDF 116KB)

Conduct of the inquiry
Note on references

Chapter 2 - Overview of the bill (PDF 154KB)
Significant provisions of the Bill
Chapter 3 - Key issues (PDF 193KB)
Definition of 'law enforcement officer' (Schedule 1)
Exemption for an 'emergency services facility' (Part 1 of Schedule 2)
Interception by radiocommunications inspectors (Part 2 of Schedule 2)
Ancillary offences (Part 3 of Schedule 2)
Civil forfeiture proceedings and named person warrants (Part 4 of Schedule 2)
Clarification of 'employee of a carrier' (Part 5 of Schedule 2)
The committee's view
Additional Comments and Points of Dissent by Senator Brian Greig on behalf of the Australian Democrats (PDF 107KB)
Appendix 1 - Submissions Received (PDF 104KB)
Appendix 2 - Proof Hansard, Canberra, 15 June 2005
Available in PDF format only
(PDF 248KB)

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Committee Secretary
Senate Standing Committees on Legal and Constitutional Affairs
PO Box 6100
Parliament House
Canberra ACT 2600

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