Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2012 Week 6 Hansard (8 May) . . Page.. 2161..
The chief police officer must give an affected registrable offender a reporting obligations notice not later than 7 days after the commencement day.
(2) The reporting obligations notice must include information about—
(a) the registrable offender's obligations to report under section 203 (including the period within which the report must be made); and
(b) the reporting period under section 204.
Note Other requirements for a reporting obligations notice may be prescribed by regulation (see s 104 and s 137 (2) (b) and (f) (i)).
203 Offence—affected registered offender must report
An affected registrable offender commits an offence if—
(a) the offender is given a reporting obligations notice under section 202; and
(b) the offender does not take all reasonable steps to report the offender's personal details, in person, to the chief police officer at an approved reporting place within 7 days after the day the person's reporting period begins.
Maximum penalty: 200 penalty units, imprisonment for 2 years or both.
204 When reporting period begins for affected registrable offender
An affected registrable offender's reporting period for a registrable offence begins the day after the day the offender receives a reporting obligations notice under section 202.
205 Expiry—ch 10 etc
This chapter and section 20, note 2 (What is a reporting offence?) expire 1 year after the commencement day.
Note Transitional provisions are kept in the Act for a limited time. A transitional provision is repealed on its expiry but continues to have effect after its repeal (see Legislation Act, s 88).
Long Service Leave (Portable Schemes) (Security Industry) Amendment Bill 2012
Amendment moved by Ms Bresnan
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omit clause 2, substitute
This Act commences on 1 October 2012.
Note The naming and commencement provisions automatically commence on the notification day (see Legislation Act, s 75 (1)).