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Page 1 of 4 8601 5281 firstname.lastname@example.org ccyp.vic.gov.au Last updated: 19 June 2018 A full list of the relevant sexual offences is set out in clause 1 of Schedule 1 to the Sentencing Act 1991 . A worker or volunteer does not need to be charged with, or found guilty of, a sexual offence for their behaviour to be reportable conduct. The terms worker and volunteer are used to cover a
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• the Sentencing Act 1991 (Vic) • the Children, Youth and Families Act 2005 (Vic). These Acts describe the types of sentencing orders (for example, a fine or imprisonment) available to the courts, and the purposes, principles and factors that courts must consider when deciding on a sentence. The Sentencing Act 1991 (Vic) sets some limits on the flexibility that courts have when choosing a
The Sentencing Act 1991 (Vic) offers a set of governing principles which declare that the only purposes for which sentences may be imposed are just punishment,
Sentencing Act 1991 as at 10 April 2018 PART 1 generally to reform the sentencing laws of Victoria. … PART 2—GOVERNING PRINCIPLES 5 Sentencing guidelines (1) The only purposes for which sentences may be imposed are— (a) to punish the offender to an extent and in a manner which is just in all of the circumstances; or (b) to deter the offender or other persons from committing offences
The Sentencing Act 1997 provides for the sentencing of offenders in Tasmania. It currently It currently provides a limited number of sentencing options for the courts, ranging from fines to imprisonment.
Criminal Records Act 1991 A (Sentencing Procedure) Act or the Crimes Act. A conviction is spent: (1) on the completion of the relevant crime free period, s8(1). The crime free period is: (a) for adults 10 years after the date of conviction, s9, and (b) for children 3 years after conviction under s33 and not been subject to a control order (also see restrictions in this section applicable
under section 16(3)(a) of the Victorian Act or Part 5 of the Sentencing Act 1991 (Vic.), and who may be apprehended in accordance with section 43 of the Victorian Act.
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The Act repeals Sentencing Act 1991 Part 3, Div 2, subdiv (3). This is the subdivision titled ‘Suspended sentences of imprisonment’, and which contained sections 27 and 29. This is the subdivision titled ‘Suspended sentences of imprisonment’, and which contained sections 27 and 29.
SENTENCING ACT 1991 – SECT 5 Sentencing guidelines (1) The only purposes for which sentences may be imposed are— (a) to punish the offender to an extent and in a manner which is just in all of the circumstances; or
s 3; Sentencing Act 1991 (Vic) s 5;Veen v R (No 2) (1988) 164 CLR 465. The ACT and NSW sentencing The ACT and NSW sentencing statutes each include an additional two purposes of sentencing: ‘to make the offender accountable for his
A full list of the relevant sexual offences is set out in clause 1 of Schedule 1 to the Sentencing Act 1991. A worker or volunteer does not need to be charged with, or found guilty of, a sexual offence for their behaviour to
s18 of the Sentencing Act 1991, is not more than two years.13 The limits on a court’s ability to combine a sentence of imprisonment with a CCO do not apply to an ‘arson offence’, as defined under the Sentencing
A full list of the relevant sexual offences is set out in clause 1 of Schedule 1 to the Sentencing Act 1991. A person does not need to be charged with, or found guilty of, a …
The only express guidance that the Sentencing Act 1991 provides in relation to the length of a non- parole period is that it must be at least six months less than the length of the sentence of imprisonment.
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SENTENCING ACT 1991 – SECT 85A Definitions (1) In this Subdivision— “compensation order” means an order under section 85B(1); “injury” means—
If the court imposes a fine on your client under s 49 of the Sentencing Act 1991 (Vic) (SA), it will often make this together with an instalment order under s 56 of the SA.
Version: 25.6.2018 Published under the Legislation Revision and Publication Act 2002 1 South Australia . Sentencing Act 2017 . An Act to make provision in relation to the sentencing …
284 May 2015 Review went further and stated that the legislative section in the Sentencing Act 1991 (Vic) was not sufficient for situations where Indigenous imprisonment rates far
Overview of Sentencing Amendment (Community Correction Reform) Act 20111 Prior to the 2010 Victorian election, the Coalition stated that:2 Under a Coalition Government, the …
Sentencing Act 1991 as part of the plea and sentencing process and the court has taken it into account, natural justice requires that an accused be able to access it at first instance and on any appeal. 1
Report on youth justice facilities at the Grevillea unit of Barwon Prison, Malmsbury and Parkville February 2017 . Ordered to be published Victorian government printer Session 2014-17 P.P. No. 263. 1. To The Honourable the President of the Legislative . Council and. The Honourable the Speaker of the Legislative Assembly. Pursuant to sections 25 and 25AA of the . Ombudsman Act 1973, I present
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Section 105K(3)(b) of the Sentencing Act 1991 (Vic) provides that secondary electronic records, of expunged convictions, must be destroyed within the prescribed period. Original, official records relating to expunged homosexual offences must be expunged in accordance with s105K(3)(a).
6 A classic example is section 5 of the Sentencing Act 1991(Vic) which sets out – (1) (a)‐(f) – the only ‘purposes’ for which sentences may be imposed. Those purposes, in summary, are just
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Sentencing Act 1991 (Vic) instructs courts of adult jurisdiction that the purposes for which a sentence may be imposed are punishment, deterrence, rehabilitation, denunciation and …
sentencing)act)1991)4)sect63) Variationorcancellationoforder !! (1) On an application under section 61, the court may vary the order or cancel it if the court is
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The Summary Offences and Sentencing Amendment Bill 2013 (the Bill) amends the Summary Offences Act 1966 (Vic) by expanding the grounds on which move-on directions can be given 1 , and introducing ‘exclusion orders’ which may be used to exclude people from a
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Sentencing Act 1991 More legislation can be found on the Victorian Legislation and Parliamentary Documents website and the Commonwealth Law (ComLaw) website. Link:
Part 2—Sentencing Act 1991 Sentencing and Mental Health Acts (Amendment) Act 2005 Act No. 69/2005 4 (b) section 93A(6) did not require the
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The Sentencing Act 1991 (Vic) sets some limits on the flexibility courts have when choosing a sentence for particular offences, for example, by setting: • mandatory minimum penalties for manslaughter and serious injury offences
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1991 pt 2A — Whether base sentence manifestly inadequate — Significance of delay Whether orders for cumulation inadequate resulting in total effective sentence which is manifestly inadequate — Application of Sentencing Act 1991 s 6E — Principle of totality
Under the Sentencing Act 1991 (Vic) (‘Sentencing Act’) it may be possible for compensation to be granted to people who experienced injury and property loss as a result of the Hazelwood mine fire.
i Version No. 110 Sentencing Act 1991 No. 49 of 1991 Version incorporating amendments as at 15 January 2009 TABLE OF PROVISIONS Section Page PART 1—PRELIMINARY 1
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relevant classification is determined by s.112 of the Sentencing Act 1991 (Vic) [No.49/1991] [as amended]: (1) An offence that is described in a provision of an Act (other than the Crimes Act …
8. Mandatory Sentencing 275 · protect the community through incapacitation of the offender.8 8.8 There is evidence that mandatory sentencing increases the incarceration rate.
Children can be sentenced either under the general, adult system provided in the Sentencing Act 1991 (Vic) (the Sentencing Act) or under the specialist juvenile system provided in the Children, Youth and Families Act 2005 (Vic) (the CYF Act).
also been given statutory recognition in all Australian jurisdictions: Sentencing Act 1991 (Vic) s 5(1)(a), (c), (d); Sentencing Act 1995 (WA) s 6(1)(a); Crimes (Sentencing) Act 2005 (ACT) s 5(1)(a); Sentencing Act 1995 (NT) s 5(1)(a); Penalties and Sentences Act . 8 In addition to these considerations, aggravating and mitigating factors usually play an important role in arriving at a
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a court under the Sentencing Act 1991 (Vic) and vice versa.2 The Tribunal will take into account any damages the victim has recovered at common law and reduce any payment to the victim by that amount; The Tribunal will also take into account any other compensation, assistance or payments of any kind the victim has received in relation to the act of violence. Recovery of damages at common law
FEDERAL SENTENCING IN VICTORIA (as at 1 August 2015) This paper deals with the sentencing of federal offenders in Victoria. The paper aims to explain the Commonwealth sentencing regime as it applies in Victoria and to draw attention to where the Commonwealth sentencing regime is different to the Victorian regime under the Sentencing Act 1991 (Vic). The paper includes practical examples of …
Sentencing Act 1991 as at 10 April 2017 PART 1 generally to reform the sentencing laws of Victoria. … PART 2—GOVERNING PRINCIPLES 5 Sentencing guidelines (1) The only purposes for which sentences may be imposed are— (a) to punish the offender to an extent and in a manner which is just in all of the circumstances; or (b) to deter the offender or other persons from committing offences
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In sentencing an adult offender a court is required, by s.5(1) of the Sentencing Act 1991 (Vic), as far as practicable- to punish the offender; to deter the individual offender [‘specific deterrence’]; to deter the community generally [‘general deterrence’]; to rehabilitate the offender; to denounce the offender; and to protect the community. This is predominantly a ‘justice’ model, only item
Version No. 200. Sentencing Act 1991. No. 49 of 1991. Version incorporating amendments as at. 30 November 2018. TABLE OF PROVISIONS. Section Page. Part 1—Preliminary
Consider amending the Sentencing Act 1991 to take into account Aboriginality and the use of pre-sentence reports.
In contrast, the Sentencing Act 1991 (Vic) limits the purposes of adult sentencing to punishment, deterrence, rehabilitation, denunciation and community protection ( Sentencing Act 1991 (Vic) s (5)1).
Part 2AA of the Sentencing Act 1991 (Vic) currently authorizes the Court of Appeal to give or review guideline judgments when considering an appeal against a sentence, either on its own initiative or on an application made by a party to the appeal.
Sentencing question papers 2 NSW Law Reform Commission 1.3 This provision includes the purposes of sentencing traditionally identified by the common law, namely “protection of society, deterrence of the offender and of others
Constitutional law (Cth) – Constitution – Ch III – State Supreme Courts – Principle in Kable v Director of Public Prosecutions (NSW) (1996) 189 CLR 51;  HCA 24 – Where s 74AA of Corrections Act 1986 (Vic) prevents parole order in respect of plaintiff unless Adult Parole Board satisfied plaintiff in imminent danger of dying or
SENTENCING ACT 1991 – SECT 3 Definitions (1) In this Act— S. 3(1) def. of accredited agency inserted by No. 57/1998 s. 26(3). “accredited agency” means a person or body approved under the Road Safety Act 1986 as an accredited agency;
Criminal law – Sentencing – Current sentencing practices – Incest – Crown appeal on ground of manifest inadequacy – Where s 5(2) of Sentencing Act 1991 (Vic) provided that in sentencing an offender a court must have regard to current sentencing practices – Where Court of Appeal held that sentence not wholly outside permissible range reflected in current sentencing practices
SENTENCING ACT 1991 – SECT 89DC Definitions. In this Division— “alcohol exclusion order “means an order under section 89DE; “bar area “means an area within a licensed premises that is set aside for the service of liquor for consumption on those premises;
Compare with Sentencing Act 1991 (Vic) s 6D which directs the court to regard the protection of the community as the principal purpose for sentencing recidivists who have committed serious sexual, violent, drug or arson offences if it considers that imprisonment is justified in the
Sentencing Act 1997 (Tas) Sentencing Act 1991 (Vic) Sentencing Act 1995 (WA) About the Authors Mirko Bagaric is a professor of law at deakin University. He is also a practising lawyer and editor of the Criminal Law Journal. He has written several books on sentencing and completed his Phd in this area. richard edney is a member of the Victorian Bar. He practises exclusively in the area of
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