SACStat Higher Courts Legislation Index

Children, Youth And Families Act 2005 (Vic)

  • s 493(1)(a)(ii) – fail to protect child from harm to psychological development
  • s 493(1)(a)(iii) – fail to protect child from harm to physical development
  • Classification (Publications, Films And Computer Games) (Enforcement) Act 1995 (Cth)

  • s 57A – use online information to transmit or publish child pornography
  • Common Law

  • – affray
  • – assault
  • – attempt to pervert the course of justice
  • – conspire to cheat and defraud
  • – false imprisonment
  • – kidnapping
  • – manslaughter
  • – murder
  • – riot
  • Commonwealth Crimes Act 1914 (Cth)

  • s 29D – defraud the commonwealth
  • s 85ZE – use carriage service to menace, harass or offend
  • Control Of Weapons Act 1990 (Vic)

  • s 5(1)(e) – possess, use or carry a prohibited weapon without exemption or approval
  • s 5(1A) – possess a prohibited weapon in licensed premises
  • s 5AA – possess, use or carry a prohibited weapon without exemption or approval
  • s 5AB(1) – possess an imitation firearm without exemption or approval
  • s 5AB(2) – prohibited person possess, use or carry an imitation firearm
  • s 6(1) – possess, use or carry a controlled weapon
  • s 7(1) – possess or carry a dangerous article in a public plce
  • Corporations Act 2001 (Cth)

  • s 184(2) – use position dishonestly to gain advantage
  • s 1041A(a)(c) – take part in or carry out a transaction to create an artificial trade price
  • s 1307(1) – falsify any securites or books of a company
  • s 1308(5) – operate an unregistered managed investment scheme
  • s 1309(1) – make available information about a corporation known to be false or misleading
  • Corrections Act 1986 (Vic)

  • s 78A – breach a prescribed condition of parole
  • Country Fire Authority Act 1958 (Vic)

  • s 37 – light a fire in open air during a fire danger period
  • Crimes (Currency) Act 1981 (Cth)

  • s 9(1)(a) – knowingly possess counterfeit money
  • Crimes Act 1928 (Vic)

  • s 48(1) – incest - sexual penetration of own child or lineal descendant (repealed)
  • s 65(3) – indecent assault on a male (repealed)
  • Crimes Act 1957 (Vic)

  • s 52(1) – incest - sexual penetration of own child or lineal descendant (repealed)
  • s 55(1) – indecent assault on a female (repealed)
  • s 68(1) – buggery with a child aged under 14 (repealed)
  • s 68(3) – indecent assault on a male (repealed)
  • s 69(1)(a) – gross indecency with or in the presence of a girl under the age of 16 (repealed)
  • Crimes Act 1958 (Vic)

  • s 9AD – defensive homicide (repealed)
  • s 15A(1) – cause serious injury intentionally in circumstances of gross violence
  • s 16 – causing serious injury intentionally
  • s 17 – causing serious injury recklessly
  • s 18 – causing injury intentionally
  • s 18 – causing injury recklessly
  • s 20 – make threat to kill
  • s 21 – make threat to inflict serious injury
  • s 21A – stalking
  • s 22 – reckless conduct endangering life
  • s 23 – reckless conduct endangering person
  • s 24 – causing serious injury negligently
  • s 27 – extortion with threat to kill or injure
  • s 31(1)(b) – assault, threaten, resist or intentionally obstruct police or emergency worker
  • s 38(1) – rape
  • s 39(1) – indecent assault (repealed)
  • s 40(1) – sexual assault
  • s 44(1) – indecent assault (repealed)
  • s 44(1 & 2) – incest - sexual penetration of own child or lineal descendant or child of de facto aged under 18 (repealed)
  • s 44(4) – incest - sexual penetration of own sibling (repealed)
  • s 45(1) – rape (repealed)
  • s 45(1) – sexual penetration of a child aged under 16 (not further defined) (repealed)
  • s 45(2)(a) – sexual penetration of a child aged under 12 (repealed)
  • s 45(2)(b) – sexual penetration of a child aged 12 to 16 and under the care, supervision or authority of the offender (repealed)
  • s 45(2)(c) – sexual penetration of a child aged 12 to 16 (repealed)
  • s 47(1) – indecent act with or in the presence of a child under the age of 16 (repealed)
  • s 47(1) – sexual penetration of a child aged under 10 (repealed)
  • s 47A(1) – persistent sexual abuse of a child aged under 16 (repealed)
  • s 48(1) – sexual penetration of a child aged 10 to 16 (repealed)
  • s 48(1) – sexual penetration of a child aged 12 to 16 and under the care, supervision or authority of the offender (repealed)
  • s 48(1) – sexual penetration of a person aged 16 or 17 and under the care, supervision or authority of the offender (repealed)
  • s 49(1) – indecent act against a person aged 16 or 17 and under the care, supervision or authority of the offender (repealed)
  • s 49(1) – sexual penetration of a person aged 16 or 17 and under the care, supervision or authority of the offender (repealed)
  • s 49B(2) – groom a child aged under 16 for sexual offence (repealed)
  • s 50(1)(a) – gross indecency with or in the presence of a child under the age of 16 (repealed)
  • s 50(2)(a) – gross indecency with or in the presence of a child under the age of 16 under the care, supervision or authority of the offender (repealed)
  • s 52(1) – incest - sexual penetration of own child or lineal descendant (repealed)
  • s 52(1) – sexual penetration of cognitively impaired resident by facility worker (repealed)
  • s 52(2) – indecent act with resident of facility (repealed)
  • s 55(1) – indecent assault of a female (repealed)
  • s 63A – kidnapping
  • s 68 – make or produce child pornography (repealed)
  • s 68(1) – buggery with person under 14 (repealed)
  • s 68(2) – indecent assault on a male (repealed)
  • s 68(3) – indecent assault on a male (repealed)
  • s 69(1)(b) – procure a minor for making or producing child pornography (repealed)
  • s 70(1) – knowingly possess child pornography (repealed)
  • s 74 – theft (other than a motor vehicle)
  • s 74 – theft of a motor vehicle
  • s 74AA(1) – theft of a firearm
  • s 75(1) – robbery
  • s 75A – armed robbery
  • s 76(1) – burglary
  • s 77(1) – aggravated burglary
  • s 77B(1) – aggravated home invasion
  • s 81(1) – obtaining property by deception
  • s 82(1) – obtaining a financial advantage by deception
  • s 83(1) – false accounting
  • s 83A(1) – make a false document to prejudice of other
  • s 83A(2) – use a false document to prejudice other
  • s 83A(5) – have control of or be in custody a false document
  • s 87 – blackmail
  • s 88(1) – handling stolen goods
  • s 91(1) – go equipped to steal or cheat
  • s 192B(1) – make, use or supply identity information to facilitate an offence
  • s 192C(1) – possess identification information to facilitate an offence
  • s 194(2) – knowingly deal with proceeds of crime
  • s 194(3) – recklessly deal with proceeds of crime
  • s 194(4) – negligently deal with proceeds of crime
  • s 195 – dealing with property suspected of being proceeds of crime
  • s 197(1) – intentionally destroy or damage property
  • s 197(6) – arson (destroying or damaging property by arson)
  • s 198(a) – threaten to destroy or damage property
  • s 201A(1) – intentionally or recklessly cause a bushfire
  • s 314 – perjury
  • s 317(4) – makes or possesses explosive substance without lawful excuse
  • s 318(1) – culpable driving causing death
  • s 319(1) – dangerous driving causing death
  • s 319(1A) – dangerous driving causing serious injury
  • s 319AA(1) – dangerous driving while pursued by police
  • s 321(1) – conspire to defraud
  • s 321G(1) – incitement
  • s 321M – attempt to commit an indictable offence
  • s 321M – attempt to obtain a financial advantage by deception
  • s 321M – attempt to obtain property by deception
  • s 321M – attempted aggravated burglary
  • s 321M – attempted armed robbery
  • s 321M – attempted arson
  • s 321M – attempted burglary
  • s 321M – attempted incest - of own child or lineal descendant
  • s 321M – attempted murder
  • s 321M – attempted rape
  • s 321M – attempted robbery
  • s 321M – attempted theft (other than a motor vehicle)
  • s 325(1) – accessory to serious indictable offence
  • s 456AA(3) – state false name or address when requested
  • Criminal Code Act 1995 (Cth)

  • s 11.1(1) – attempt to obtain financial advantage from commonwealth entity
  • s 11.1(1) – attempt to possess a border controlled drug
  • s 11.1(1) – attempt to possess a commercial quantity of a border controlled drug
  • s 11.1(1) – attempt to possess a marketable quantity of a border controlled drug
  • s 11.5(1) – conspire to import a commercial quantity of a border controlled drug
  • s 131.1 – theft (property of commonwealth entity)
  • s 134.2(1) – obtaining financial advantage by deception - commonwealth entity
  • s 135.1(3) – dishonestly cause a loss to a commonwealth entity
  • s 135.1(5) – dishonestly cause loss or risk of loss to commonwealth entity
  • s 135.1(7) – do anything to influence a commonwealth official
  • s 135.2(1) – obtaining financial advantage from a commonwealth entity
  • s 135.4(7) – conspire to dishonestly influence a commonwealth official
  • s 272.9(1) – engage in sexual activity with person under the age of 16 outside of Australia
  • s 302.2(1) – trafficking in a commercial quantity of a controlled drug
  • s 302.3(1) – trafficking in a marketable quantity of a controlled drug
  • s 302.4(1) – trafficking in a controlled drug
  • s 307.1(1) – import a commercial quantity of a border controlled drug
  • s 307.12(1) – import a marketable quantity of a border controlled precursor
  • s 307.2(1) – import a marketable quantity of a border controlled drug
  • s 308.1(1) – possess a controlled drug
  • s 400.4(1) – deal with money or property believed to be proceeds of crime, worth $100,000 or more
  • s 400.9(1) – deal with money or property reasonably suspected to be proceeds of crime, worth $100,000 or more
  • s 474.17(1) – use a carriage service to harass, menace or offend
  • s 474.19(1)(a) – use a carriage service for child pornography material
  • s 474.20 – possess, control, produce, supply or obtain child pornography material for use through a carriage service
  • s 474.25A(1) – use a carriage service to engage in sexual activity with a person under 16 years of age
  • s 474.26(1) – use a carriage service to procure a person under 16 for sexual activity
  • s 474.27(1) – use a carriage service to groom a child under 16 for sexual activity
  • s 474.27A(1) – use a carriage service to transmit indecent communications to a person aged under 16
  • Customs Act 1901 (Cth)

  • s 233BAA(4) – import tier 1 goods
  • s 233BAB(5) – import tier 2 goods
  • s 233BABAD(1) – import tobacco products with intent to defraud revenue
  • s 233BABAD(2) – possess or convey tobacco products knowingly imported to defraud revenue
  • Occupational Health And Safety Act 2004 (Vic)

  • s 21 – fail to provide and maintain a safe working environment
  • Personal Safety Intervention Orders act 2010 (Vic)

  • s 100(2) – contravene personal safety intervention order
  • Quarantine Act 1908 (Cth)

  • s 67(3) – aggravated illegal importation
  • Last update 10 May 2019 © Sentencing Advisory Council, State of Victoria, 2019

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