CRIMES ACT 1914
(a) a constable is attempting to ascertain:
(i) which of 2 or more suspects committed an offence; or
(ii) the identities of 2 or more suspects who may have been jointly involved in an offence; and
(b) for that purpose, the constable intends to conduct an identification parade or to identify a person by showing a photograph or a picture of a suspect to a person;
the constable must undertake a separate identification process for each of the suspects.
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