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CRIMES ACT 1914 - SECT 15JH

Integrity testing authorities--form

Contents of integrity testing authority

             (1)  An integrity testing authority must:

                     (a)  state the name and rank or position of the appropriate authorising officer; and

                     (b)  identify the responsible staff member for the integrity testing operation and, if he or she is not the applicant for the authority, state the name of the applicant; and

                     (c)  identify the nature of the criminal activity (including the suspected offence mentioned in paragraph 15JG(2)(a)) in relation to which the integrity testing operation is to be conducted; and

                     (d)  identify the persons authorised to participate in the integrity testing operation; and

                     (e)  describe the nature of the integrity testing operation; and

                      (f)  identify (to the extent known) the staff member or staff members who are the target of the operation; and

                     (g)  state a period of effect of the authority of not more than 12 months after the day the authority is granted; and

                     (h)  state any conditions to which the conduct of the controlled operation is subject; and

                      (i)  state the day and time when the authority is granted.

Note:          The period of effect may be extended (or further extended) for up to 12 months, but not so the period of effect of the authority ends more than 24 months after it is granted (see section 15JK).

Identity of persons authorised to conduct the integrity testing operation

             (2)  A person is sufficiently identified for the purposes of paragraph (1)(d) if the person is identified:

                     (a)  by an assumed name under which the person is operating that the authorising officer can match to the person's identity; or

                     (b)  by a code name or code number that the authorising officer can match to the person's identity.

             (3)  An authority must not identify persons for the purposes of paragraph (1)(d) by identifying a class of persons.



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