On Wednesday 3 February 2021, of its own motion, the Crime and Public Integrity Policy Committee (the ‘Committee’) resolved to inquire into and report on the matters set out in the Terms of Reference below.
Terms of Reference
The Committee is to inquire into and consider the operation of the following:
1. Insofar as they are concerned with serious crime, criminal organisations or proceedings under the Serious and Organised Crime (Control) Act 2008 and the Serious and Organised Crime (Unexplained Wealth) Act 2009
- and, in particular—
- how effective those Acts have been in disrupting and restricting the activities of organisations involved in serious crime and protecting members of the public from violence associated with such organisations; and
- whether the operation of those Acts has adversely affected persons not involved in serious crime to an unreasonable extent; and
- whether the operation of those Acts has made an appreciable difference to the prevention or minimisation of the activities of organisations involved in serious crime; an
Any other relevant matter as the Committee sees fit.
Any person or organisation wishing to make a written submission or register an interest in presenting oral evidence to the Committee is invited to do so by COB Friday, 19 March 2021. Written submissions and expressions of interest should be addressed to the Executive/Research Officer, Crime and Public Integrity Policy Committee, Parliament House, North Terrace, Adelaide 5000, or by email to:
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