CRIMES ACT 1914
The following table has effect:
|Integrity testing - circumstances in which applications may be made|
|Item||If a proposed integrity testing operation is concerned with [mldr ]||a staff member of the following agency may apply for authority for the operation [mldr ]||from the following officer (an appropriate authorising officer ) [mldr ]|
|1||the integrity of a staff member of the ACC||the ACC||(a) the Chief Executive Officer of the ACC; or
(b) an SES employee in the ACC.
|2||the integrity of a staff member of the Australian Federal Police||the Australian Federal Police||(a) the Commissioner; or
(b) a Deputy Commissioner; or
(c) an SES employee in the Australian Federal Police.
|3||the integrity of a staff member of the Immigration and Border Protection Department||the Immigration and Border Protection Department||(a) the Secretary of the Immigration and Border Protection Department; or
(b) an SES employee in the Immigration and Border Protection Department.
|4||a corruption issue in relation to a staff member of a target agency||(a) the target agency; or
(b) the Australian Commission for Law Enforcement Integrity
|(a) the Integrity Commissioner; or
(b) an Assistant Integrity Commissioner; or
(c) an SES employee in the Australian Commission for Law Enforcement Integrity.
The target agencies are the ACC, the Australian Federal Police and the Immigration and Border Protection Department (see section 15JC ).
References to a staff member include references to more than one staff member (see section 23 of the Acts Interpretation Act 1901 ).
The application of item 4 of the table in subsection (1) in relation to a staff member of a target agency does not prevent the application of any of the other items in the table in relation to the integrity of the staff member. (3)
A reference in a cell in the table in subsection (1) to an SES employee of an integrity testing agency is taken to be a reference to an SES employee authorised in writing by the officer of the agency mentioned in paragraph (a) in the cell.
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