75. (1) After the Coroner has completed an inquest into a death in custody, he or she shall, in writing, report his or her findings to—
(a) the Attorney-General;
(b) the custodial agency in whose custody the death occurred and to the Minister responsible for that agency;
(c) the Australian Institute of Criminology;
(d) if the deceased was an Aboriginal person or Torres Strait Islander—an appropriate local aboriginal legal service; and
(e) any other person whom the Coroner considers appropriate.
(2) The Coroner shall make available a copy of a report of his or her findings into a death in custody to—
(a) a member of the immediate family of the deceased or a representative of that member; and
(b) a witness who appeared at an inquest into the death.