CRIMES ACT 1914

Part IAAA - Delayed notification search warrants  

Division 6 - Reporting and record-keeping  

SECTION 3ZZFE   Register of delayed notification search warrants  

(1)  
The chief officer of an eligible agency must cause a register of delayed notification search warrants to be kept.

(2)  
The register is to specify, for each delayed notification search warrant sought by an eligible officer of the eligible agency:


(a) the date the warrant was issued or refused; and


(b) the name of the eligible issuing officer who issued or refused to issue the warrant; and


(c) if the warrant was issued:


(i) the name of the applicant for the warrant and the executing officer; and

(ii) the eligible offence or offences to which the warrant relates; and

(iii) if the warrant was executed - the day of execution of the warrant; and

(iv) the day and time of issue of the warrant, and the time of expiry of the warrant; and

(v) the time by which notice of entry of premises under the warrant is to be given; and

(vi) whether a warrant premises occupier ' s notice has been given in relation to the warrant and, if such a notice has been given, the date on which it was given; and

(vii) whether an adjoining premises occupier ' s notice has been given in relation to the warrant and, if such a notice has been given, the date on which it was given; and

(viii) details of any extension of time granted under subsection 3ZZDC(5) in relation to the warrant; and

(ix) details of any directions given under subsection 3ZZDA(4) or 3ZZDB(4) in relation to the warrant.

(3)  
The register is not a legislative instrument.




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