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REGISTRATION TO WORK WITH VULNERABLE PEOPLE (NDIS DISQUALIFYING OFFENCES) ORDER 2020 (S.R. 2020, NO. 99) - REG 3

Interpretation

(1)  In this order –
abduction or kidnapping offence means an offence under section 186 , 189 or 191A of the Criminal Code , if the person convicted of the offence is not a parent of the victim to whom the offence relates;
at-risk person means an adult who is, or may be, unable to take care of himself or herself, or unable to protect himself or herself from harm or exploitation, due to age, illness or disability;
bestiality means an offence under section 122 of the Criminal Code;
child pornography-related offence means an offence under –
(a) section 130 , 130A , 130B , 130C or 130D of the Criminal Code ; or
(b) section 72A , 73 , 73A or 74A of the Classification (Publications, Films and Computer Games) Enforcement Act 1995 ;
homicide-related offence means an offence under section 167A or 179 of the Criminal Code , if the person convicted of the offence intended to cause the death of the victim to whom the offence relates;
incest means an offence under section 133 of the Criminal Code;
murder means an offence under section 158 of the Criminal Code;
parent includes a guardian, within the meaning of the Children, Young Persons and Their Families Act 1997 , a step-parent, a surrogate parent, an adoptive parent and a foster parent;
rape means an offence under section 185 of the Criminal Code;
serious assault means –
(a) an offence under  section 168 , 169 , 170(1) , 170A , 172 , 175 , 178A , 178B , 183(a) or 184A of the Criminal Code ; and
(b) an offence under section 179 of the Criminal Code , if the person convicted of the offence did not intend to cause the death of the victim to whom the offence relates;
sexual assault means an offence under –
(a) section 124 , 125 , 125B , 125C , 125D , 126 , 127 or 129 of the Criminal Code ; or
(b) an offence under section 125A of the Criminal Code if –
(i) violence or coercion was used by the person convicted of the offence in the commission of the offence; and
(ii) the victim to whom the offence relates had not attained the age of 14 years at the time when the offence was committed; and
(iii) the person convicted of the offence was more than 5 years older than the victim to whom the offence relates;
(c) section 9 of the Sex Industry Offences Act 2005 .
(2)  The Acts Interpretation Act 1931 applies to the interpretation of this order as if this order were by-laws.



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