Proceeds of Crime Amendment Regulation 2012 (No. 1)

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Proceeds of Crime Amendment Regulation 2012 (No. 1)1
Select Legislative Instrument 2012 No. 156
I, QUENTIN BRYCE, Governor-General of the Commonwealth of Australia, acting with the advice of the Federal Executive Council, make the following regulation under the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002.
Dated 28 June 2012
QUENTIN BRYCE
Governor-General
By Her Excellency’s Command
JASON CLARE
Minister for Justice
1              Name of regulation
                This regulation is the Proceeds of Crime Amendment Regulation 2012 (No. 1).
2              Commencement
                This regulation commences on the day after it is registered.
3              Amendment of Proceeds of Crime Regulations 2002
                Schedule 1 amends the Proceeds of Crime Regulations 2002.
Schedule 1        Amendments
(section 3)
 
[1]           Paragraph 4 (da)
omit
[2]           After paragraph 4 (e)
insert
              (ea)    Criminal Assets Confiscation Act 2005 of South Australia;
[3]           Paragraph 4 (i)
omit
[4]           Paragraph 4 (j)
omit
Territory;
insert
Territory.
[5]           Paragraph 4 (k)
omit
[6]           After paragraph 5 (a)
insert
              (aa)    order, under subsection 29 (1) of the Criminal Assets Recovery Act 1990 of New South Wales, declaring that an interest in property is available to satisfy a proceeds assessment order or unexplained wealth order;
              (ab)    assets forfeiture order under subsection 31A (3) of the Criminal Assets Recovery Act 1990 of New South Wales;
[7]           After paragraph 5 (b)
insert
              (ba)    order, under subsection 32 (2) of the Confiscation of Proceeds of Crime Act 1989 of New South Wales, declaring that specified property is available to satisfy a drug proceeds order;
[8]           After paragraph 5 (d)
insert
             (da)    tainted property substitution declaration under subsection 34C (1) of the Confiscation Act 1997 of Victoria;
             (db)    declaration, under subsection 36 (1) of the Confiscation Act 1997 of Victoria, that property has been forfeited under section 35 of that Act;
             (dc)    tainted property substitution declaration under section 36F (1) of the Confiscation Act 1997 of Victoria;
[9]           Paragraph 5 (e)
omit
subsection 23 (1) of the Crimes (Confiscation) Act 1989
insert
subsection 58 (1) or 151 (1) of the Criminal Proceeds Confiscation Act 2002
[10]         After paragraph 5 (e)
insert
              (ea)    tainted property substitution declaration under subsection 153D (1) of the Criminal Proceeds Confiscation Act 2002 of Queensland;
[11]         Paragraph 5 (f)
omit
Australia;
insert
Australia (that is continued in force under item 11 of Schedule 1 of the Criminal Assets Confiscation Act 2005 of South Australia);
[12]         After paragraph 5 (f)
insert
              (fa)    forfeiture order under subsection 47 (1) of the Criminal Assets Confiscation Act 2005 of South Australia;
              (fb)    instrument substitution declaration under section 48 of the Criminal Assets Confiscation Act 2005 of South Australia;
              (fc)    declaration that particular property has been forfeited under section 77 of the Criminal Assets Confiscation Act 2005 of South Australia;
[13]         After paragraph 5 (i)
insert
               (ia)    confiscable property declaration under subsection 28 (1) of the Criminal Property Confiscation Act 2000 of Western Australia;
[14]         Paragraphs 5 (k) and (l)
substitute
               (k)    forfeiture order under subsection 54 (1), 59 (2) or 67 (2) of the Confiscation of Criminal Assets Act 2003 of the Australian Capital Territory;
                (l)    crime-used property substitution declaration under subsection 81 (2) of the Criminal Property Forfeiture Act of the Northern Territory;
              (m)    declaration that property specified in an application that is not owned by the respondent is available for forfeiture under subsection 92 (1) of the Criminal Property Forfeiture Act of the Northern Territory;
               (n)    declaration that property has been forfeited under subsection 94 (4) of the Criminal Property Forfeiture Act of the Northern Territory;
               (o)    order that property is forfeit to the Territory under subsection 96 (1) or section 97, 99, 100 or 101 of the Criminal Property Forfeiture Act of the Northern Territory.
[15]         After paragraph 6 (a)
insert
              (aa)    unexplained wealth order under subsection 28A (2) of the Criminal Assets Recovery Act 1990 of New South Wales;
              (ab)    proceeds assessment order or unexplained wealth order under subsection  31B (4) of the Criminal Assets Recovery Act 1990 of New South Wales;
[16]         Paragraph 6 (e)
substitute
                (e)    proceeds assessment order under subsection 78 (1) of the Criminal Proceeds Confiscation Act 2002 of Queensland;
              (ea)    pecuniary penalty order under subsection 184 (1) of the Criminal Proceeds Confiscation Act 2002 of Queensland;
              (eb)    special forfeiture order under subsection 202 (1) of the Criminal Proceeds Confiscation Act 2002 of Queensland;
[17]         Paragraph 6 (f)
omit
Australia;
insert
Australia (that is continued in force under item 11 of Schedule 1 of the Criminal Assets Confiscation Act 2005 of South Australia);
[18]         After paragraph 6 (f)
insert
              (fa)    pecuniary penalty order under subsection 95 (1) of the Criminal Assets Confiscation Act 2005 of South Australia;
              (fb)    literary proceeds order under subsection  111 (1) of the Criminal Assets Confiscation Act 2005 of South Australia;
[19]         After paragraph 6 (h)
insert
              (ha)    criminal benefits declaration under subsection 17 (1) of the Criminal Property Confiscation Act 2000 of Western Australia;
[20]         Paragraphs 6 (l) and (m)
substitute
                (l)    penalty order under subsection 84 (1) or 85 (1) of the Confiscation of Criminal Assets Act 2003 of the Australian Capital Territory;
              (m)    unexplained wealth declaration under subsection 71 (1) of the Criminal Property Forfeiture Act of the Northern Territory;
               (n)    criminal benefit declaration under subsection 75 (1) or 76 (1) of the Criminal Property Forfeiture Act of the Northern Territory;
               (o)    crime-used property substitution declaration under subsection 81 (2) of the Criminal Property Forfeiture Act of the Northern Territory
[21]         Paragraph 7 (a)
omit
section 10
insert
subsection 10A (5)
[22]         After paragraph 7 (a)
              (aa)    order pending forfeiture under subsection 22 (2) of the Confiscation of Proceeds of Crime Act 1989 of New South Wales;
              (ab)    confirmation of a freezing notice under subsection 42L (1) of the Confiscation of Proceeds of Crime Act 1989 of New South Wales;
[23]         After paragraph 7 (d)
insert
             (da)    civil forfeiture restraining order under section 36M of the Confiscation Act 1997 of Victoria;
[24]         Paragraph 7 (e)
omit
subsection 40 (15) of the Crimes (Confiscation) Act 1989
insert
subsection 31 (1) or 122 (1), (2) or (3) of the Criminal Proceeds Confiscation Act 2002
[25]         Paragraph 7 (f)
omit
Australia;
insert
Australia (that is continued in force under item 11 of Schedule 1 of the Criminal Assets Confiscation Act 2005 of South Australia);
[26]         After paragraph 7 (f)
insert
              (fa)    restraining order under subsection 24 (1) of the Criminal Assets Confiscation Act 2005 of South Australia;
[27]         Paragraphs 7 (k) and (l)
substitute
               (k)    restraining order under subsection 30 (2) or 31 (2) of the Confiscation of Criminal Assets Act 2003 of the Australian Capital Territory;
                (l)    restraining order under subsection 43 (1) or (2) or 44 (1) of the Criminal Property Forfeiture Act of the Northern Territory.
[28]         After subparagraph 9 (a) (x)
insert
                        (xi)    section 271.2 (offence of trafficking in persons);
                       (xii)    section 271.4 (offence of trafficking in children);
                      (xiii)    section 271.5 (offence of domestic trafficking in persons);
                      (xiv)    section 271.7 (offence of domestic trafficking in children);
                       (xv)    section 272.8 (sexual intercourse with child outside Australia);
                      (xvi)    section 272.9 (sexual activity (other than sexual intercourse) with child outside Australia);
                     (xvii)    section 272.11    (persistent sexual abuse of child outside Australia);
                    (xviii)    section 272.12 (sexual intercourse with young person outside Australia—defendant in position of trust or authority);
                      (xix)    section 272.13 (sexual activity (other than sexual intercourse) with young person outside Australia—defendant in position of trust or authority);
                       (xx)    section 272.14 (procuring child to engage in sexual activity outside Australia);
                      (xxi)    section 272.15 (‘grooming’ child to engage in sexual activity outside Australia);
                     (xxii)    section 272.18 (benefiting from offence against Division 272 of the Criminal Code);
                    (xxiii)    section 272.19 (encouraging offence against Division 272 of the Criminal Code);
                    (xxiv)    section 272.20 (preparing for or planning offence against Division 272 of the Criminal Code);
                     (xxv)    section 273.5 (possessing, controlling, producing, distributing or obtaining child pornography material outside Australia);
                    (xxvi)    section 273.6 (possessing, controlling, producing, distributing or obtaining child abuse material outside Australia);
                   (xxvii)    section 390.3 (associating in support of serious organised criminal activity);
                  (xxviii)    section 390.4 (supporting a criminal organisation);
                    (xxix)    section 390.5 (committing an offence for the benefit of, or at the direction of, a criminal organisation);
                     (xxx)    section 390.6 (directing activities of a criminal organisation);
                    (xxxi)    section 471.16 (using a postal or similar service for child pornography material);
                   (xxxii)    section 471.17 (possessing, controlling, producing, supplying or obtaining child pornography material for use through a postal or similar service);
                  (xxxiii)    section 471.19 (using a postal or similar service for child abuse material);
                  (xxxiv)    section 471.20 (possessing, controlling, producing, supplying or obtaining child abuse material for use through a postal or similar service);
                   (xxxv)    section 471.22 (aggravated offence—offence involving conduct on 3 or more occasions and 2 or more people);
                  (xxxvi)    section 471.24 (using a postal or similar service to procure persons under 16);
                 (xxxvii)    section 471.25 (using a postal or similar service to ‘groom’ persons under 16);
                (xxxviii)    section 471.26 (using a postal or similar service to send indecent material to persons under 16);
                  (xxxix)    section 474.19 (using a carriage service for child pornography material);
                        (xl)    section 474.20 (possessing, controlling, producing, supplying or obtaining child pornography material for use through a carriage service);
                       (xli)    section 474.22 (using a carriage service for child abuse material);
                      (xlii)    section 474.23 (possessing, controlling, producing, supplying or obtaining child abuse material for use through a carriage service);
                     (xliii)    section 474.24A (aggravated offence—offence involving conduct on 3 or more occasions and 2 or more people);
                     (xliv)    section 474.25A (using a carriage service for sexual activity with person under 16 years of age);
                      (xlv)    section 474.26 (using a carriage service to procure persons under 16 years of age);
                     (xlvi)    section 474.27 (using a carriage service to ‘groom’ persons under 16 years of age);
                    (xlvii)    section 474.27A (using a carriage service to transmit indecent communication to person under 16 years of age).
[29]         Paragraph 9 (b)
substitute
               (b)    an offence against any of the following provisions of the Australian Crime Commission Act 2002:
                          (i)    section 30 (Failure of witnesses to attend and answer questions);
                         (ii)    section 33 (False or misleading evidence);
                        (iii)    section 35 (Obstructing or hindering the ACC or an examiner etc).
[30]         Further amendments

Provision
omit each mention of
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Regulations 4, 5, 6 and 7
Confiscation Act 1997
Confiscation Act 1997

Regulations 9A, 9B and 19
DPP
responsible authority

Note
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