CRIMES ACT 1914

Part IAAB - Monitoring of compliance with control orders etc.  

Division 11 - Inspections by Ombudsman  

SECTION 3ZZUB   Inspection of records by the Ombudsman  

(1)  
The Ombudsman may inspect the records of the Australian Federal Police to determine the extent of compliance by the Australian Federal Police and members and special members of the Australian Federal Police with the provisions of:


(a) this Part; or


(b) monitoring warrants.

(2)  
For the purpose of an inspection under this section, the Ombudsman:


(a) may, after notifying the Commissioner, enter at any reasonable time premises occupied by the Australian Federal Police; and


(b) is entitled to have full and free access at all reasonable times to all records of the Australian Federal Police that are relevant to the inspection; and


(c) may require a staff member of the Australian Federal Police to give the Ombudsman any information that the Ombudsman considers necessary, being information that is in the staff member ' s possession, or to which the staff member has access, and that is relevant to the inspection.

(3)  
The Commissioner must ensure that staff members of the Australian Federal Police give the Ombudsman any assistance the Ombudsman reasonably requires to enable the Ombudsman to perform functions under this section.




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