Customs Act 1901
An officer of Customs or police may request a person arrested under section 210 to provide his or her name or address, or name and address, to the officer if the person ' s name or address is, or name and address are, unknown to the officer.213(2) [ Offence]
(a) an officer of Customs or police:
(i) has made a request of a person under subsection (1); and
(ii) has complied with any request that the person has made under paragraph (4)(b); and
(b) the person refuses or fails to comply with the request, or gives a name or address that is false in a material particular.
Penalty: 5 penalty units.213(3) [ Reasonable excuse]
Subsection (2) does not apply if the person has a reasonable excuse.
A defendant bears an evidential burden in relation to the matter in subsection (3) (see subsection 13.3(3) of the Criminal Code ).213(4) [ Offence by officer]
(a) the officer makes a request of a person under subsection (1); and
(b) the person requests the officer to provide to the person:
(i) his or her name or the address of his or her place of duty; or
(ii) his or her name and that address; or
(iii) if he or she is not in uniform and it is practicable for the officer to provide the evidence - evidence that he or she is an officer; and
(c) the officer refuses or fails to comply with the request, or gives a name or address that is false in a material particular.
Penalty: 5 penalty units.