(1) The constable must inform the offender of the following:
(a) the purpose for which the forensic procedure is required;
(b) if the constable wants the forensic procedure carried out in relation to an offence--the offence concerned;
(c) the way in which the forensic procedure is to be carried out;
(d) that the forensic procedure may produce evidence against the offender that might be used in a court of law;
(e) that the forensic procedure will be carried out by a person who may carry out the procedure under Division 6 as applied by section 23XWE;
Note: See section 23XM.
(f) if the forensic procedure is the taking of a sample of blood, that the offender may request that:
(i) if the offender is serving a sentence of imprisonment in a prison or other place of detention--the prison medical officer be present while the blood is taken; or
(ii) if the offender is not serving a sentence of imprisonment--a medical practitioner of the offender's choice be present while the blood is taken;
(g) that the offender may refuse consent to the carrying out of the forensic procedure;
(h) the consequences of not consenting, as specified in subsection (2) or (3) (whichever is applicable);
(i) the effect of section 23XZ (if applicable);
(j) that information obtained from analysis of forensic material obtained may be placed on the Commonwealth DNA database system and used for the purposes of a criminal investigation or for any other purpose for which the Commonwealth DNA database system may be used under Division 8A.
Effect of failure to consent to non-intimate forensic procedure
(2) The constable must inform a serious offender requested to undergo a non-intimate forensic procedure to which this Division applies or a prescribed offender requested to consent to the taking of his or her fingerprints that, if the offender does not consent, a constable may order the carrying out of the forensic procedure under section 23XWK if the constable has taken into account the matters set out in section 23XWL.
Effect of failure to consent to intimate forensic procedure
(3) The constable must inform a serious offender requested to undergo an intimate forensic procedure to which this Division applies that, if the serious offender does not consent, an application may be made to a magistrate for an order authorising the carrying out of the forensic procedure.