An Act to amend the Criminal Code for particular purposes
The Parliament of Queensland enacts—
This Act may be cited as the Criminal Code (Trespass Offences) Amendment Act 2019.
This Act amends the Criminal Code.
insert—(a)land that the public is entitled to use, is open to members of the public or is used by the public, whether or not on payment of money; or(b)land, the occupier of which allows, whether or not on payment of money, members of the public to enter.
After section 421—
insert—(1)A person who unlawfully enters or is in premises, private land or transport infrastructure with intent to cause economic loss to another person or the State commits an offence.
Maximum penalty—100 penalty units or 3 years imprisonment.A person who enters or is in premises, private land or transport infrastructure used for business purposes and commits an offence punishable by 3 years imprisonment or more commits a crime.
Maximum penalty—3,000 penalty units or 10 years imprisonment.(1)A person commits a crime if—(a)the person—(i)is a participant in an organisation; and(ii)counsels or procures, or arranges for, another person to commit an offence against section 422 or 423; and(b)the other person—(i)is a participant in the same organisation; and(ii)commits an offence against section 422 or 423.
Maximum penalty—3,000 penalty units or 10 years imprisonment.(2)This section does not limit section 7.
Section 552BB, table—
Serious criminal trespass