This regulation may be cited as the Justices (Computer Warrants) Amendment Regulation 2020.
This regulation commences on 27 October 2020.
This regulation amends the Justices Regulation 2014.
4Amendment of s 6 (Prescribed warrants—Act, s 66(4))
(1)Section 6, heading, ‘Act, s 66(4)’—
Act, s 66(2)Section 6—
insert—(ba)a warrant issued under the Criminal Practice Rules 1999, rule 28;(bb)a warrant issued under the Domestic and Family Violence Protection Act 2012;(f)a warrant issued under the Youth Justice Act 1992.(3)Section 6(ba) to (f)—
renumber as section 6(c) to (h).
5Replacement of s 7 (Approved procedures for computer stored information—Act, s 67(1)(b))
7Approved procedures for computer stored information—Act, s 67For section 67(1)(b) of the Act, the following procedures for computer stored information are approved—(a)the procedures, made by the chief executive, stated in the document—(i)called ‘Issuing eWarrants in Queensland Courts’; and(ii)published on the department’s website;(b)the procedures about computer warrants, made by the commissioner of the police service, stated in the document—(i)called ‘Operational Procedures Manual’; and(ii)published by the department administering the Police Powers and Responsibilities Act 2000 on its website.
6Replacement of s 10 (Prescribed document—Act, s 69E(1)(b))
10Prescribed document—Act, s 69EFor section 69E(1)(b) of the Act, a document called ‘Warrant Report’ made by the commissioner of the police service for executing a warrant mentioned in the document is prescribed.
7Amendment of s 14 (What bench charge sheet must state when given to clerk of the court)
Section 14(5), note—
relocate to section 14(3).