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Inquiry Details

Crimes Amendment (Child Protection - Excessive Punishment) Bill 2000

The Committee was first established on 24 May 1995. The Committee was re-appointed on 25 May 1999 for the previous Parliament. It is anticipated that the Committee will be reappointed during the first session of the current Parliament. The functions of the Committee are to inquire into, consider and report on matters concerned with legal and constitutional issues including law reform, parliamentary matters, criminal law and administrative law; issues arising in connection with the New South Wales criminal justice system, including matters concerned with Attorney General, police and corrective services and juvenile justice; industrial relations; emergency services and fair trading.

The Committee has resolved to call for submissions for this inquiry. If you wish to make a submission, please read the attached advertisment calling for submissions and Legislative Council Committee brochure on preparing submissions. Crimes Amendment (Child Protection - Excessive Punishment) Bill 2000 Second Reading Speech (Hon Alan Corbett MLC) - 5 May 2000 Parliamentary Debate (Second Reading Debate) on the Bill - 26 May 2000 Parliamentary Debate (Second Reading Debate) on the Bill - Continued 26 May 2000 Parliamentary Debate (Second Reading Debate) on the Bill - Continued 2 June 2000

House resolved on second reading motion of the bill, 2 June 2000, 2nd Session, Minutes No. 48, Item 9. That the Standing Committee on Law and Justice inquire into and report on: The Crimes Amendment (Child Protection - Excessive Punishment) Bill; and The Committee report within 5 months. Reference in the Minutes of the Proceedings (see Item 9)...

That the Standing Committee on Law and Justice inquire into and report on: The Crimes Amendment (Child Protection - Excessive Punishment) Bill; and The Committee report within 5 months. Reference in the Minutes of the Proceedings (see Item 9)...


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