CRIMES ACT 1914
In this Part:
of an operative has the meaning given by paragraph 15MG(1)(a)(i) .
(a) in relation to the Australian Federal Police - the Commissioner of the Australian Federal Police;
(b) in relation to the Immigration and Border Protection Department - the Secretary of that Department;
(c) in relation to the ACC - the Chief Executive Officer of the ACC;
(d) in relation to the Australian Commission for Law Enforcement Integrity - the Integrity Commissioner;
(e) in relation to the Australian Taxation Office - the Commissioner of Taxation;
(f) in relation to a Commonwealth agency specified in the regulations for the purposes of the definition of law enforcement agency - the officer specified in the regulations as the chief officer of that agency.
corresponding witness identity protection certificate
means a certificate given under a provision of a corresponding witness identity protection law that corresponds to section 15ME .
(a) a law of a State or Territory; or
(b) a provision or provisions of a law of a State or Territory;
prescribed by the regulations for the purposes of this definition.
(a) Part IAB (about controlled operations); or
(b) Part IAC (about assumed identities).
(a) the Australian Federal Police;
(b) the Immigration and Border Protection Department;
(c) the ACC;
(d) the Australian Commission for Law Enforcement Integrity;
(e) the Australian Taxation Office;
(f) any other Commonwealth agency specified in the regulations.
(a) a participant in a controlled operation authorised under Part IAB ; or
(b) authorised to acquire and use an assumed identity under Part IAC by the chief officer of a law enforcement agency;
but does not include a person who is or was an intelligence officer (within the meaning of Part IAC ).
(a) for a criminal proceeding - the prosecutor and each accused person; or
(b) for a civil proceeding - each person who is a party to the proceeding.
witness identity protection certificate
means a certificate given under section 15ME .
For the purposes of this Part:
(a) anything permitted to be done by a party to a proceeding may be done by the party's lawyer; and
(b) any requirement to give something to a party to a proceeding is satisfied by giving the thing to the party's lawyer.
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