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Overview of CMC report Policing Public Order- review of public nuisance offence
The Crime and Misconduct Commission (CMC) report, tabled in Parliament on 23 May 2008, makes five recommendations in response to two questions: “What was the impact of the introduction of the new public nuisance offence?” and “Are Queensland’s public nuisance offences being used properly, fairly and effectively?”.
In general the CMC found that historical trends continued after the introduction o
Summary Offences and Other Acts Amendment Bill 2008
The Crime and Misconduct Commission report on the public nuisance offence, Policing Public Order: A review of the public nuisance offence was tabled in Parliament on 23 May 2008.
The report concluded that the new public nuisance offence did not appear to have a significant impact on public nuisance offending or on the police and courts response to it. The report also found that marginalised gro
Public Nuisance Ticketing Trial
On 1 January 2009, a 12-month trial of the use of infringement notices (tickets) for public nuisance, public urination and associated offences commenced in the South Brisbane and Townsville Police Districts.
This trial was initiated in response to recommendations contained in the Crime and Misconduct Commission’s report, Policing Public Order: A review of the public nuisance offence (2008).
Review of offences in Summary Offences Act 2005
The Summary Offences Act 2005 provides a law and order based response to the offences of ‘Urinating in a public place’ (under section 7), ‘Begging in a public place’ (under section 8) and ‘Being intoxicated in a public place’ (under section 10).
A review of these provisions allows for an examination into the ongoing utility of public urination, public intoxication and begging offences as measures