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    COAG Review Hazardous Materials Chemicals of security concern
    In the aftermath of the October 2002 terrorist bombing in Bali, the Council of Australian Governments (COAG) commissioned a national review of the regulation, reporting and security surrounding the storage, sale and handling of hazardous materials hazardous materials in late 2002. The fourth and final component of the national review focussed on chemicals of security concern and examined the threa

    Criminal Code Amendment Bill 2009
    Cabinet – August 2009 Criminal Code Amendment Bill 2009 Attorney General and Minister for Industrial Relations On 1 October 2008, the Queensland Law Reform Commission (QLRC) Report, The Excuse of Accident and the Defence of Provocation (the QLRC Report) was tabled in Parliament. The QLRC’s report made a number of recommendations regarding accident and provocation, but also made note of the diffi

    Queensland Counter-Terrorism Committee Annual Report 2008
    Cabinet noted the Queensland Counter-Terrorism Committee’s Annual Report 2008 which reported on activities undertaken by Queensland Government agencies to implement the Queensland Counter-Terrorism Strategy 2008-10 to strengthen counter-terrorism capabilities and arrangements. During 2008 Queensland Government agencies have continued to work closely with the Commonwealth and other states and terri

    Radiation Safety Amendment Bill 2009
    In December 2002, the Council of Australian Governments (COAG) agreed to a national review of the regulation, reporting and security surrounding the storage, sale and handling of hazardous materials. The review was initiated to assist counter-terrorism efforts by limiting opportunities for, and enhancing detection of, the illegal/unauthorised use of hazardous materials, including ammonium nitrat

    Vaccination Strategy and impact of Pandemic H1N1 2009
    Since the notification to Australia by the World Health Organisation of outbreaks of a novel strain of influenza on 24 April 2009, Queensland has been impacted by the Pandemic (H1N1) 2009 virus. The health sector has primarily coordinated response efforts to date, focusing on measures to limit the spread and public health impacts of the disease including surveillance and monitoring, border control

    Discussion Draft Weapons Bill 2010
    In 2006, the then Minister for Police, Corrective Services and Sport announced a review of the Weapons Act 1990 (the Act) and subordinate legislation and established the Weapons Review Committee (the Committee) that considered submissions from the public, the weapons industry and the Queensland Police Service. The Committee identified over 440 proposals for legislative change to the Act, the Weap

    Qld Counter Terrorism Ctte Ann Rep 2009
    The Queensland Counter-Terrorism Committee provides the forum for counter terrorism coordination and information sharing amongst Queensland agencies. The Queensland Counter-Terrorism Committee’s Annual Report 2009 reports on activities undertaken by Queensland Government agencies to implement the Queensland Counter-Terrorism Strategy 2008-10 to strengthen counter-terrorism capabilities and arrang

    Counter Terrorism Strategy
    The Queensland Counter-Terrorism Committee (QCTC) provides a forum for whole of Government coordination and leadership on Queensland’s counter-terrorism preparedness and capabilities. The 2011-2013 Queensland Counter-Terrorism Strategy will replace the 2008-10 Strategy. The 2011-13 Strategy builds on the work commenced in 2008-10 and importantly ensures that, where appropriate and required, we hav

    Weapons Amendment Bill 2011
    In 2006, the then Minister for Police, Corrective Services and Sport announced a review of the Weapons Act 1990 and subordinate legislation and established the Weapons Review Committee that considered submissions from the public, the weapons industry and the Queensland Police Service. The Committee identified over 440 proposals for legislative change to the Act, the Weapons Categories Regulation 1

    G20 Safety and Security Bill 2013
    The 2014 meeting of the Group of Twenty (G20) is to be hosted by Australia. Queensland has been nominated by the Prime Minister as the primary venue for the G20. A G20 meeting consists of a number of meetings under the G20 umbrella. From a Queensland perspective, the two most important of the meetings will be the Heads of State/Heads of Government meeting (Leaders’ meeting) to be held in Brisbane

    Criminal Law Criminal Organisations Disruptions Bill 2013
    To deliver on the commitment to implement tougher laws to tackle criminal gangs, the Government has implemented a comprehensive package of legislative reforms contained in three Acts: the Tattoo Parlours Act 2013, the Vicious and Lawless Association Disestablishment Act 2013 and the Criminal Law (Criminal Organisations Disruption) Amendment Act 2013. As foreshadowed in Parliament during the Octob

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    12 May, 2016

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