Justice Legislation Amendment (Non-association and Place Restriction) Act 2002 Review - December 2006
|Category||Reports and submissions|
|Publication Date||1 December 2006|
The Justice Legislation Amendment (Non-association and Place Restriction) Act 2001 was introduced as one part of a package targeting gang-related crime. The Act amends various laws relating to sentencing, bail and sentence administration (parole, leave and home detention). The main objective of the Act is to prohibit an offender's or alleged offender's association with persons and places that may increase the likelihood of further offending. The Act required the Ombudsman to keep under scrutiny the operation of the amendments for the first two years after commencement. This report outlines the activities undertaken as part of the review and details our findings and recommendations.
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