Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2014 Week 4 Hansard (6 May) . . Page.. 1135..
Schedules of amendments
Rail Safety National Law (ACT) Bill 2014
Amendments moved by the Attorney-General
Clause 31 (1)
Page 29, line 6—
any prescribed item
Clause 31 (3)
Page 29, line 13—
omit clause 31 (3), substitute
(3) A rail safety worker is entitled to the return of a prescribed item taken from the worker under this section when the worker ceases to be in custody, unless—
(a) possession of the item by the worker would be an offence against a law applying in the Territory; or
(b) a police officer believes on reasonable grounds that possession of the item by the worker could present a danger to a person.
Clause 31 (4)
Proposed new definition of prescribed item
Page 29, line 19—
1. prescribed item means anything that could—
(a) present a danger to a person; or
(b) be used to assist a person to escape from lawful custody.
Clause 31 (4), definition of seizable item and note
Page 30, line 1—
Proposed new clause 52A
Page 46, line 11—
52A Abrogation of privilege of self-incrimination—derivative use immunity
(1) This section applies despite anything to the contrary in the Rail Safety National Law (ACT), section 155 (Abrogation of privilege against self-incrimination).
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