CRIMES ACT 1914
(a) a control order is in force in relation to a person; and
(b) the person has a prescribed connection with particular premises;
a constable may enter the premises, and exercise the monitoring powers, for any of the following purposes:
(c) the protection of the public from a terrorist act;
(d) preventing the provision of support for, or the facilitation of, a terrorist act;
(e) preventing the provision of support for, or the facilitation of, the engagement in a hostile activity in a foreign country;
(f) determining whether the control order has been, or is being, complied with.
However, a constable is not authorised to enter the premises unless:
(a) the person:
(i) is the occupier of the premises; and
(ii) has consented to the entry; or
(b) the entry is made under a monitoring warrant.
If entry to the premises is with the occupier ' s consent, the constable must leave the premises if the consent ceases to have effect (see section 3ZZNA ).