Corruption and Crime Commission Bill 2003


Bill No.217

SynopsisThe purpose of this Bill is to provide for the appointment of a Commissioner, a Parliamentary Inspector, the employment of staff and other purposes wholly related to the establishment of administrative and support services of those Officers and staff and to carry on the functions of the Police Royal Commission.

StatusBill not proceeding - See split Bill of similar title 06/26/2003

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Other Procedures DateNote No.Related Links
Referred to Standing Committee on Legislation  06/26/2003 1/5 
Bill not proceeding - See split Bill of similar title  06/26/2003  


Notes
1. This Bill was created as a result of the splitting of the Corruption and Crime Commission Bill 2003 [LA 203-2B] into two Bills - Corruption and Crime Commission Bill 2003 [217-1] and Corruption and Crime Commission Amendment Bill 2003 [218-1].
2. Both Bills referred to the Standing Committee on Legislation.
3. Corruption and Crime Commission Bill 2003 [217-1] provides for the appointment of a Commissioner, a Parliamentary Inspector, the employment of staff and other purposes wholly related to the establishment of administrative and support services of those Officers and staff and to carry on the functions of the Police Royal Commission.
4. Corruption and Crime Commission Amendment Bill 2003 [218-1] provides for other amendments originally contained in the Corruption and Crime Commission Bill 2003 [LA 203-2B] that are not contained in the Corruption and Crime Commission Bill 2003 [217-1].
5. Bill [217-1] reflects the provisions contained in the Corruption and Crime Commission Act No. 48 of 2003.