Criminal Investigation (Identifying People) Amendment Bill 2013


Bill No.17

SynopsisThe purpose of this Bill is to amend the Criminal Investigation (Identifying People) Act 2002 implementing various recommendations emanating from the Statutory Review of the Act. The main purpose of the Bill is to enable regulations to be made to broaden the definition of what is considered an 'identifying particular' under the Act. The Bill also makes amendments to the Act to allow identifying particulars to be taken from both charged and uncharged suspects, to make changes to the manner in which consent is requested from charged suspects, and to enable police to request a person to remove headwear or do other things to facilitate the officer being able to confirm a person's identity.

StatusAssented to 11/12/2013
Royal Assent given 12 Nov 2013 as Act No. 22 of 2013. Different sections of this Act come into operation on Royal Assent and Proclamation. For details refer to Commencement Clause of the Bill (see also Assent and Commencement information for Acts)

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Progress

Legislative Assembly DateNote No.Related Documents
Introduced 06/20/2013  
First Reading 06/20/2013  
Second Reading 06/20/2013  
Second Reading Speech   
Second Reading Agreed 08/06/2013  
Consideration in Detail 08/06/2013  
Third Reading 08/06/2013  


Legislative Council DateNote No.Related Documents
Introduced 08/07/2013  
First Reading 08/07/2013  
Second Reading 08/07/2013  
Second Reading Speech   
Second Reading Agreed 10/23/2013  
Committee of the whole 10/23/2013  
Amendments adopted 10/23/2013  
Third Reading 10/23/2013  


Messages Between Houses DateNote No.
Legislative Council sent to the Legislative Assembly  10/23/2013  


Other Procedures DateNote No.Related Links
Amendments agreed to by Legislative Assembly  10/31/2013