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PENALTIES AND SENTENCES ACT 1992 - SCHEDULE 1C

SCHEDULE 1C – Prescribed offences

Criminal Code

section 61 (Riot)
section 87 (Official corruption)
section 92A (Misconduct in relation to public office)
section 119B (Retaliation against or intimidation of judicial officer, juror, witness etc.)
section 122 (Corruption of jurors)
section 127 (Corruption of witnesses)
section 140 (Attempting to pervert justice)
section 210 (Indecent treatment of children under 16)
section 213 (Owner etc. permitting abuse of children on premises)
section 215 (Carnal knowledge with or of children under 16)
section 217 (Procuring young person etc. for carnal knowledge)
section 218 (Procuring sexual acts by coercion etc.)
section 218A (Using internet etc. to procure children under 16)
section 218B (Grooming child under 16 years or parent or carer of child under 16 years)
section 219 (Taking child for immoral purposes)
section 228A (Involving child in making child exploitation material)
section 228B (Making child exploitation material)
section 228C (Distributing child exploitation material)
section 228D (Possessing child exploitation material)
section 228DA (Administering child exploitation material website)
section 228DB (Encouraging use of child exploitation material website)
section 228DC (Distributing information about avoiding detection)
section 228I (Producing or supplying child abuse object)
section 228J (Possessing child abuse object)
section 229B (Maintaining a sexual relationship with a child)
section 229G (Procuring engagement in prostitution)
section 229H (Knowingly participating in provision of prostitution)
section 229HB (Carrying on business of providing unlawful prostitution)
section 229K (Having an interest in premises used for prostitution etc.)
section 229L (Permitting young person etc. to be at place used for prostitution)
sections 302 (Definition of
"murder" ) and 305 (Punishment of murder)
sections 303 (Definition of
"manslaughter" ) and 310 (Punishment of manslaughter)
section 306 (Attempt to murder)
section 307 (Accessory after the fact to murder)
section 308 (Threats to murder in document)
section 309 (Conspiring to murder)
section 314A (Unlawful striking causing death)
section 317 (Acts intended to cause grievous bodily harm and other malicious acts)
section 317A (Carrying or sending dangerous goods in a vehicle)
section 320 (Grievous bodily harm)
section 320A (Torture)
section 321 (Attempting to injure by explosive or noxious substances)
section 339 (Assaults occasioning bodily harm), if the offence is committed in circumstances where the offender is liable to imprisonment for 10 years
section 340 (1) (b) (Serious assaults), if the offence is committed in circumstances where the offender is liable to imprisonment for 14 years
section 349 (Rape)
section 350 (Attempt to commit rape)
section 351 (Assault with intent to commit rape)
section 352 (Sexual assaults)
section 354 (Kidnapping)
section 354A (Kidnapping for ransom)
section 359 (Threats), if the offence is committed in circumstances where the offender is liable to imprisonment for 10 years
section 359E (Punishment of unlawful stalking)
section 398 (Punishment of stealing), if item 14 (Stealing firearm for use in another indictable offence) or 15 (Stealing firearm or ammunition) applies
section 408C (Fraud), if the offence is committed in circumstances where the offender is liable to imprisonment for 14 or more years
section 408D (Obtaining or dealing with identification information)
sections 409 (Definition of
"robbery" ) and 411 (1) or (2) (Punishment of robbery)
section 412 (Attempted robbery)
section 415 (Extortion)
section 419 (1) , but only if section 419 (3) applies, or 419(4) (Burglary)
section 433 (Receiving tainted property)

Criminal Proceeds Confiscation Act 2002

section 250 (Money laundering)

Drugs Misuse Act 1986

Note—
See the Evidence Act 1977 , section 132C in relation to findings of fact on sentencing.

section 5 (Trafficking in dangerous drugs)
section 6 (Supplying dangerous drugs), if the offence is committed with a commercial purpose
section 7 (Receiving or possessing property obtained from trafficking or supplying)
section 8 (Producing dangerous drugs), if the offence is committed with a commercial purpose
section 9B (Supplying relevant substances or things), if the offence is committed with a commercial purpose
section 9C (Producing relevant substances or things), if the offence is committed with a commercial purpose
section 9D (Trafficking in relevant substances or things)

Weapons Act 1990

section 50B (Unlawful supply of weapons), if either of the following applies—
• the penalty, paragraph (a) , (b) or (c) (i) or (ii)
• the penalty, paragraph (c) (iii) for a category A or B weapon or category M crossbow
section 65 (Unlawful trafficking in weapons)



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