SACStat Magistrates' Court Legislation Index

Children, Youth And Families Act 2005 (Vic)

  • s 495(a) – harbour or conceal a child under an interim accommodation order
  • Common Law

  • – affray (abolished)
  • – common law assault
  • – false imprisonment
  • Construction Industry Long Service Leave Act 1997 (Vic)

  • s 10(3)(a) – refuse or fail to comply with a notice from the trustee
  • Control Of Weapons Act 1990 (Vic)

  • s 5(1A) – possess, carry or use a prohibited weapon on, or in vicinity of, licensed premises
  • s 5AA – possess, use or carry a prohibited weapon (other than an imitation firearm)
  • s 5AB(1) – non-prohibited person possess, use or carry an imitation firearm
  • s 5AB(2) – prohibited person possess, use or carry an imitation firearm
  • s 6(1) – carry a controlled weapon without a lawful excuse
  • s 6(1) – possess a controlled weapon without a lawful excuse
  • s 6(1) – use a controlled weapon without a lawful excuse
  • s 6(1A) – possess, carry or use a controlled weapon on, or in vicinity of, licensed premises
  • s 7(1) – carry a dangerous article in a public place
  • s 7(1) – possess a dangerous article in a public place
  • Corrections (Police Gaols) Regulations 2015 (Vic)

  • r 15(1)(a) – act, or threaten to act, in a way prejudicial to, or that threatens, the security, good order or management of a police gaol (revoked)
  • r 15(1)(b) – act, or threaten to act, in a way prejudicial to, or that threatens, the safety of any person in a police gaol (revoked)
  • r 15(2) – act in a disruptive, abusive or indecent manner in a police gaol (revoked)
  • Corrections Act 1986 (Vic)

  • s 32(1)(c) – take or send, or attempt to take or send, anything into or out of prison without authorisation
  • s 78A – breach a prescribed term or condition of a parole order
  • Corrections Regulations 2019 (Vic)

  • r 100G(1)(a) – act, or threaten to act, in a way prejudicial to, or that threatens, the security, good order or management of a police gaol
  • r 100G(1)(c) – act, or threaten to act, in a way which would cause damage to a police gaol, or to any property in a police gaol
  • r 100G(2) – act in a disruptive, abusive or indecent manner to any person in a police gaol
  • Country Fire Authority Act 1958 (Vic)

  • s 37 – light a fire in the open air during a fire danger period
  • s 40(4)(a) – light a fire, or allow a fire to remain alight, in the open air during a total fire ban
  • s 41D(1) – fail to comply with a fire prevention notice
  • Court Security Act 1980 (Vic)

  • s 4 – carry a firearm, explosive substance or offensive weapon on court premises
  • s 4 – possess a firearm, explosive substance or offensive weapon on court premises
  • Crimes Act 1958 (Vic)

  • 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 persons
  • s 31(1)(b) – assault a custodial officer or youth justice custodial worker on duty
  • s 31(1)(b) – assault a police officer on duty
  • s 31(1)(b) – assault a protective services officer on duty
  • s 31(1)(b) – assault an emergency worker on duty
  • s 31(1)(b) – intentionally obstruct an emergency worker, police officer or protective services officer on duty
  • s 31(1)(b) – resist a police officer on duty
  • s 31(1)(b) – resist a protective services officer on duty
  • s 31(1)(b) – resist an emergency worker on duty
  • s 31(1)(b) – threaten to assault a police officer on duty
  • s 31(1)(b) – threaten to assault an emergency worker on duty
  • s 31D(1) – use or procure intimidation on a law enforcement officer or their family
  • s 39(1) – indecent assault (repealed)
  • s 40(1) – sexual assault
  • s 43(1) – threaten to commit a sexual offence
  • s 47(1) – indecent act with or in the presence of a child under the age of 16 (repealed)
  • s 48(1) – direct sexual activity to cause fear or distress to another person
  • s 49D(1) – sexual assault of a child under the age of 16
  • s 49F(1) – sexual activity in the presence of a child under the age of 16
  • s 49N(1) – known sex offender loiter near school, child service centre, or public place regularly frequented by children
  • s 51G(1) – knowingly possess child abuse material
  • s 68 – indecent assault on a male (repealed)
  • s 74 – theft from a motor vehicle
  • s 74 – theft from a shop
  • s 74 – theft of a bicycle
  • s 74 – theft of a motor vehicle
  • s 74 – theft of a trailer
  • s 74 – theft (other or not further defined)
  • s 75 – robbery
  • s 76(1) – burglary
  • s 77(1) – aggravated burglary
  • s 79(1) – carjacking
  • s 81(1) – obtain property by deception
  • s 82(1) – obtain financial advantage by deception
  • s 83(1)(a) – destroy, deface, conceal or falsify any account, records or documents required for an accounting purpose
  • s 83A(1) – make a false document to prejudice of other
  • s 83A(2) – use a false document to prejudice of other
  • s 83A(5) – have custody, or be in control, of a false document to prejudice of other
  • s 88(1) – handling stolen goods
  • s 91(1) – go equipped to steal or cheat
  • s 192B(1) – make, use or supply identification information to commit or facilitate an indictable offence
  • s 192C(1) – possess identification information to commit or facilitate an indictable offence
  • s 192D(1) – possess equipment for making, using or supplying identification documents to commit or facilitate an indictable offence
  • s 194(1) – knowingly deal and conceal proceeds of crime
  • 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 – deal with property suspected of being proceeds of crime
  • s 195H – affray
  • s 197(1) – criminal damage (intentionally destroy or damage property)
  • s 197(6) – arson
  • s 198(a) – threaten to destroy or damage property
  • s 199 – possess anything intended to cause criminal damage
  • s 314 – perjury
  • s 317(4) – make or possess an explosive substance without a lawful excuse
  • s 317A(2) – make a statement or convey information with intent to create a bomb hoax
  • s 317AE(1) – recklessly expose a police officer or emergency worker to risk by driving
  • s 317AF(1) – aggravated offence of recklessly exposing a police officer or emergency worker to risk by driving
  • s 317AG(1) – damage an emergency service vehicle by reckless driving
  • s 319(1A) – dangerous driving causing serious injury
  • s 319AA(1) – drive in a dangerous or negligent manner while pursued by police
  • s 321M – attempt to obtain financial advantage by deception
  • s 321M – attempt to obtain property by deception
  • s 321M – attempted aggravated burglary
  • s 321M – attempted burglary
  • s 321M – attempted robbery
  • s 321M – attempted theft from a motor vehicle
  • s 321M – attempted theft from a shop
  • s 321M – attempted theft of a bicycle
  • s 321M – attempted theft of a motor vehicle
  • s 321M – attempted theft (other or not further defined)
  • s 321M – attempt to commit an indictable offence (not further defined)
  • s 456AA(3)(a) – refuse or fail to state name and address when requested by a police or protective services officer
  • s 456AA(3)(b) – state a false name when requested by a police or protective services officer
  • s 456AA(3)(c) – state a false address when requested by a police or protective services officer
  • s 465AA(9) – fail to comply with an order to provide data from a computer or storage device which is subject to a warrant
  • s 465AAA(5) – fail to comply with a direction to provide data from a computer or storage device which is subject to a warrant
  • s 479C(1)(a) – escape, or attempt to escape, from a prison or police gaol
  • s 479C(1)(b) – escape, or attempt to escape, from the physical custody of a police or corrections officer
  • Dangerous Goods Act 1985 (Vic)

  • s 54(5) – import, manufacture, sell, transport, store, use or deal with unauthorised explosives
  • Domestic Animals Act 1994 (Vic)

  • s 10(1) – fail to apply to register a dog or cat
  • s 10(2) – fail to renew the registration of a dog or cat
  • s 20(1) – registered dog or cat found outside owner's premises without identification
  • s 24(1) – dog at large between sunrise and sunset
  • s 24(2) – dog at large between sunset and sunrise
  • s 26(1) – dog or cat found at location in contravention of Council orders
  • s 29(3) – non-dangerous dog attack or bite animal, causing death-person in control of dog liable
  • s 29(3) – non-dangerous dog attack or bite animal, causing serious injury-person in control of dog liable
  • s 29(3) – non-dangerous dog attack or bite person, causing serious injury-person in control of dog liable
  • s 29(4) – non-dangerous dog attack or bite animal, causing death-owner of dog liable
  • s 29(4) – non-dangerous dog attack or bite animal, causing serious injury-owner of dog liable
  • s 29(4) – non-dangerous dog attack or bite person, causing serious injury-owner of dog liable
  • s 29(5) – non-dangerous dog attack or bite animal causing non-serious injury-person in control of dog liable
  • s 29(5) – non-dangerous dog attack or bite person causing non-serious injury-person in control of dog liable
  • s 29(6) – non-dangerous dog attack or bite animal causing non-serious injury-owner of dog liable
  • s 29(6) – non-dangerous dog attack or bite person causing non-serious injury-owner of dog liable
  • s 29(7) – dog rushes or chases person-person in control of dog liable
  • s 29(8) – dog rushes or chases person-owner of dog liable
  • s 32(1) – allow a dog to be a nuisance
  • s 40 – fail to ensure that a dangerous dog wears a prescribed ID collar
  • s 41E(1) – fail to comply with a requirement to restrain a menacing dog while outside the owner's premises
  • s 63A(1) – conduct a domestic animal business that contravenes the relevant business code of practice
  • s 76(1)(a) – refuse or fail to comply with a lawful direction, order or requirement of an authorised officer
  • Drugs, Poisons And Controlled Substances Act 1981 (Vic)

  • s 36A – forge, fraudulently alter, or utter a forged or fraudulently altered prescription for a Schedule 8, 9 or 4 poison
  • s 36B(2) – possess a Schedule 8, 9 or 4 poison
  • s 71A(1) – possess a substance, material, document or equipment to traffick a drug of dependence
  • s 71AC(1) – attempt to traffick a drug of dependence (not further defined)
  • s 71AC(1) – traffick 1,4-butanediol
  • s 71AC(1) – traffick amphetamine
  • s 71AC(1) – traffick cannabis
  • s 71AC(1) – traffick cocaine
  • s 71AC(1) – traffick ecstasy
  • s 71AC(1) – traffick GHB
  • s 71AC(1) – traffick heroin
  • s 71AC(1) – traffick ketamine
  • s 71AC(1) – traffick methylamphetamine
  • s 71AC(1) – traffick a drug of dependence (other or not further defined)
  • s 71D – possess precursor chemicals-1,4-butanediol
  • s 71D – possess precursor chemicals-GHB
  • s 71D – possess precursor chemicals (other or not further defined)
  • s 72B – cultivate a narcotic plant
  • s 73(1) – attempt to possess a drug of dependence (not further defined)
  • s 73(1) – possess 1,4-butanediol
  • s 73(1) – possess alprazolam
  • s 73(1) – possess amphetamine
  • s 73(1) – possess anabolic steroids
  • s 73(1) – possess buprenorphine
  • s 73(1) – possess cannabis
  • s 73(1) – possess cocaine
  • s 73(1) – possess diazepam
  • s 73(1) – possess ecstasy
  • s 73(1) – possess GHB
  • s 73(1) – possess hallucinogen
  • s 73(1) – possess heroin
  • s 73(1) – possess ketamine
  • s 73(1) – possess LSD
  • s 73(1) – possess methylamphetamine
  • s 73(1) – possess morphine
  • s 73(1) – possess oxycodone
  • s 73(1) – possess prescription drugs (not further defined)
  • s 73(1) – possess psilocybin
  • s 73(1) – possess synthetic cannabinoid
  • s 73(1) – possess testosterone
  • s 73(1) – possess a drug of dependence (other or not further defined)
  • s 75 – use amphetamine
  • s 75 – use cannabis
  • s 75 – use ecstasy
  • s 75 – use GHB
  • s 75 – use heroin
  • s 75 – use methylamphetamine
  • s 75 – use a drug of dependence (other or not further defined)
  • s 77(1) – forge or fraudulently alter a prescription for a drug of dependence
  • s 77(1) – utter, or attempt to utter, a forged or fraudulently altered prescription for a drug of dependence
  • Family Violence Protection Act 2008 (Vic)

  • s 37(2) – contravene a family violence safety notice
  • s 37A(2) – contravene a family violence safety notice intending to cause harm or fear
  • s 123(2) – contravene a family violence intervention order
  • s 123A(2) – contravene a family violence intervention order intending to cause harm or fear
  • s 125A(1) – persistent contravention of a family violence safety notice or intervention order
  • s 129(5) – fail to attend an interview to assess eligibility for family violence counselling
  • s 130(4) – fail to attend family violence counselling
  • Firearms Act 1996 (Vic)

  • s 5(1) – prohibited person possess, carry or use a firearm
  • s 5(2) – prohibited person possess, carry or use a silencer or other prescribed item
  • s 6(1) – non-prohibited person possess, carry or use a category A longarm without a licence
  • s 6A(1) – non-prohibited person possess, carry or use an unregistered category A or B longarm
  • s 7B(1) – possess, carry or use an unregistered general category handgun
  • s 7C(1) – possess a traffickable quantity of firearms without authorisation
  • s 121(1) – fail to store a category A or B longarm correctly
  • s 121(1A) – fail to store cartridge ammunition for a category A or B longarm correctly
  • s 124(1) – possess cartridge ammunition without a licence
  • s 126(4)(a) – carry or use cartridge ammunition in an insecure or dangerous manner
  • s 129A – unlicensed person storing a firearm or ammunition in an insecure manner
  • s 134C(1) – possess a firearm without a serial number
  • Fisheries Act 1995 (Vic)

  • s 68A(3)(a) – take or possess fish or abalone less than the minimum size specified
  • Food Act 1984 (Vic)

  • s 16(1) – fail to comply with the Food Standards Code while running a food business
  • s 35A(1)(a) – operate a food business on unregistered food premises
  • Forests Act 1958 (Vic)

  • s 63(2)(a) – light a fire in the open air during a fire prohibition period
  • Personal Safety Intervention Orders Act 2010 (Vic)

  • s 100(2) – contravene a personal safety intervention order
  • Planning And Environment Act 1987 (Vic)

  • s 126(1) – fail to comply with a planning scheme, permit or agreement in regards to land
  • s 126(2)(a) – owner use or develop land in contravention of a planning scheme, permit or agreement
  • s 126(2)(b) – owner fail to comply with a planning scheme, permit or agreement in regards to land
  • s 126(3)(a) – occupier use or develop land in contravention of a planning scheme, permit or agreement
  • s 126(3)(b) – occupier fail to comply with a planning scheme, permit or agreement in regards to land
  • Prevention Of Cruelty To Animals Act 1986 (Vic)

  • s 9(1)(a) – wound, torture, abuse, beat, worry, torment or terrify an animal
  • s 9(1)(b) – load or confine an animal to cause, or be likely to cause, unreasonable pain or suffering
  • s 9(1)(c) – do any act, including by omission, that causes, or is likely to cause, unreasonable pain or suffering to an animal
  • s 9(1)(d) – pack an animal in a manner which subjects, or is likely to subject, it to unnecessary pain or suffering
  • s 9(1)(f) – owner or person in charge fail to provide food, drink or shelter for an animal
  • s 9(1)(i) – owner or person in charge fail to provide veterinary attention or treatment for an animal
  • s 10(1) – commit aggravated cruelty to an animal, resulting in death or serious disablement
  • Public Health And Wellbeing Act 2008 (Vic)

  • s 203(1) – refuse or fail to comply with a direction or requirement from an authorised officer using public health risk or emergency powers
  • Road Safety (Drivers) Regulations 2009 (Vic)

  • r 46(2) – learner driving a motor vehicle without an experienced driver (revoked)
  • r 47(1) – learner driver not displaying "L" plates (revoked)
  • r 55(1) – probationary driver not displaying "P" plates (revoked)
  • r 55(2) – non-probationary driver displaying "P" plates (revoked)
  • r 57(1) – probationary driver driving a prohibited vehicle (revoked)
  • r 58(2)(d) – learner driving a motor cycle without wearing a high visibility vest or jacket (revoked)
  • r 61(1) – P1 probationary driver (or corresponding novice driver) drive a motor vehicle with more than one peer passenger (revoked)
  • r 67(1) – holder of a driver licence or learner permit fail to notify the Roads Corporation of a change to personal particulars within 14 days (revoked)
  • r 67(1) – holder of a driver licence or learner permit fail to notify the Roads Corporation of a change to service address within 14 days (revoked)
  • r 81(a) – fail to immediately surrender a driver licence or learner permit when personally served with a suspension or cancellation notice (revoked)
  • r 81(b) – fail to send or take a driver licence or learner permit to a specified place or by a specified time when served with a suspension or cancellation notice (revoked)
  • Road Safety (Drivers) Regulations 2019 (Vic)

  • r 47(2) – learner driving a motor vehicle without a supervising driver (revoked)
  • r 48(1) – learner driver not displaying "L" plates
  • r 56(1) – probationary driver not displaying "P" plates
  • r 58(1) – probationary driver driving a prohibited vehicle
  • r 68(1) – holder of a driver licence or learner permit fail to notify the Secretary of a change to personal particulars within 14 days
  • Road Safety (Vehicles) Interim Regulations 2020 (Vic)

  • r 49(1)(a) – drive a vehicle on a highway without number plates affixed and displayed as required (revoked)
  • r 254(1) – use an unsafe or unroadworthy vehicle, or combination of vehicles, on a highway (revoked)
  • Road Safety (Vehicles) Regulations 2009 (Vic)

  • r 50(1) – drive a vehicle on a highway without number plates affixed and displayed as required (revoked)
  • r 50(2) – registered operator fail to ensure a vehicle used on a highway has legally issued number plates affixed and displayed as required (revoked)
  • r 56(1)(a) – registered operator of a vehicle fail to notify the Secretary of a change in the vehicle's garage address within 14 days (revoked)
  • r 56(1)(b) – registered operator of a vehicle fail to notify the Secretary of a change in name, residential address or service address within 14 days (revoked)
  • r 240(1) – use, or permit use of, a vehicle in contravention of a defect notice (revoked)
  • r 245(1) – use a vehicle displaying altered number plates or labels (revoked)
  • r 246(1) – use a vehicle displaying number plates or registration labels other than the one issued for the vehicle (revoked)
  • r 246(5) – affix a number plate or registration label to a vehicle other than those issued for the vehicle (revoked)
  • r 247(1) – use a vehicle displaying a representation of a number plate or registration label likely to be mistaken as real (revoked)
  • r 247(5) – affix to a vehicle a number plate or registration label which is likely to be mistaken as real (revoked)
  • r 258(2) – use, or cause or permit use of, a vehicle that does not comply with the standards for registration (revoked)
  • r 259(1) – use, or cause or permit use of, an unsafe or unroadworthy vehicle, or combination of vehicles, on a highway (revoked)
  • Road Safety Act 1986 (Vic)

  • s 7(1) – use or own an unregistered motor vehicle on a highway
  • s 7(1) – use or own an unregistered trailer on a highway
  • s 18(1)(a) – unlicensed driving
  • s 18(1)(b) – drive in breach of a licence or learner permit condition (repealed)
  • s 18A(2) – driver produce a non-Victorian licence or permit which does not authorise driving a motor vehicle when requested by an authorised officer
  • s 18AA(1) – drive in breach of a licence or learner permit condition
  • s 21(1A) – probationary driver fail to carry a probationary licence
  • s 22(6) – learner driver fail to carry a learner permit
  • s 30(1) – drive a motor vehicle while authorisation is cancelled or suspended
  • s 30(1) – drive a motor vehicle while disqualified
  • s 30AA – drive while a licence or permit is suspended under the Infringements Act 2006 or the Fines Reform Act 2014
  • s 49(1)(a) – drive or be in charge of a motor vehicle while under the influence of an intoxicating liquor
  • s 49(1)(a) – drive or be in charge of a motor vehicle while under the influence of any drug
  • s 49(1)(b) – drive or be in charge of a motor vehicle while exceeding the prescribed concentration of alcohol of 0.00%
  • s 49(1)(b) – drive or be in charge of a motor vehicle while exceeding the prescribed concentration of alcohol of 0.05%
  • s 49(1)(ba) – drive or be in charge of a motor vehicle while impaired by a drug
  • s 49(1)(bb) – drive or be in charge of a motor vehicle while exceeding the prescribed concentration of drugs
  • s 49(1)(bc) – drive or be in charge of a motor vehicle while exceeding both the prescribed concentration of alcohol (0.00%) and drugs
  • s 49(1)(bc) – drive or be in charge of a motor vehicle while exceeding both the prescribed concentration of alcohol (0.05%) and drugs
  • s 49(1)(c) – refuse to undergo a preliminary breath test
  • s 49(1)(ca) – refuse to undergo an assessment of drug impairment
  • s 49(1)(d) – fail to stop at a preliminary breath test station
  • s 49(1)(e) – refuse or fail to accompany an authorised officer to a specified location for breath testing
  • s 49(1)(e) – refuse to remain at a breath testing station
  • s 49(1)(e) – refuse to undergo a breath test for an alcohol or drug assessment
  • s 49(1)(ea) – refuse or fail to provide a blood or urine sample for drug testing or after a motor vehicle accident
  • s 49(1)(eb) – refuse to provide a sample of oral fluid for alcohol or drug testing after driving or being in charge of a motor vehicle
  • s 49(1)(f) – exceed the prescribed concentration of alcohol in a breath test within 3 hours after driving
  • s 49(1)(g) – exceed the prescribed concentration of alcohol in a blood test within 3 hours after driving
  • s 49(1)(h) – illicit drugs found in an oral fluid test within 3 hours after driving a motor vehicle
  • s 49(1)(h) – illicit drugs found in an oral fluid test within 3 hours of being in charge of a motor vehicle
  • s 49(1)(i) – illicit drugs found in a blood test within 3 hours of driving or being in charge of a motor vehicle
  • s 49(1)(j) – exceed the prescribed concentration of alcohol and drugs in a blood test within 3 hours of driving or being in charge of a motor vehicle
  • s 49B(1) – consume an intoxicating liquor while driving or being in charge of a motor vehicle
  • s 50AAD(1)(a) – breach an alcohol interlock condition
  • s 59(2)(a) – driver of a motor vehicle fail to obey any lawful direction of police
  • s 59(2)(a) – fail to produce a driver licence when requested by an authorised officer
  • s 59(2)(a) – fail to produce a learner permit when requested by an authorised officer
  • s 59(2)(b) – driver of a motor vehicle fail to state their name or address when requested by an authorised officer
  • s 59(2)(b) – driver of a motor vehicle state a false name or address when requested by an authorised officer
  • s 59(2)(c) – driver fail to stop motor vehicle when requested by an authorised officer (repealed)
  • s 60(1) – owner of a motor vehicle fail to give information about a driver or accident when requested by police
  • s 60(1) – owner of a motor vehicle fail to give information to identify a driver when requested by police
  • s 60(1) – owner of a motor vehicle fail to make reasonable enquiries to identify a driver when requested by police
  • s 61(1)(a) – driver fail to stop after a motor vehicle accident
  • s 61(1)(b) – driver fail to render assistance after a motor vehicle accident
  • s 61(1)(c) – driver fail to give name, address or vehicle details to other party after a motor vehicle accident
  • s 61(1)(c) – driver fail to give name, address or vehicle details to representatives of other party after a motor vehicle accident
  • s 61(1)(d) – driver fail to give name or address details to police after a motor vehicle accident
  • s 61(1)(e) – driver fail to report a motor vehicle accident involving injured people to police
  • s 61(1)(f) – driver fail to report a motor vehicle accident involving property damage to police
  • s 64(1) – drive at a dangerous speed
  • s 64(1) – drive in a dangerous manner
  • s 64A(1) – driver fail to stop motor vehicle when requested by a police or protective services officer
  • s 65 – careless driving
  • s 65A(1) – improper use of a motor vehicle
  • s 65C(1) – ride a miniaturised motor cycle on a road or road related area
  • s 70(1) – tamper or interfere with a motor vehicle
  • s 72(1)(a) – forge any document, identifying number or identification mark required by the Act
  • s 72(1)(b) – fraudulently alter or use a licence required by the Act
  • s 72(1)(b) – fraudulently alter or use a notice required by the Act
  • s 72(1)(b) – fraudulently alter or use a registration label required by the Act
  • s 72(1)(b) – fraudulently alter or use an identification number required by the Act
  • s 72(1)(b) – fraudulently alter or use other documents, identifying numbers or identification marks required by the Act
  • s 72(1A)(b) – fraudulently alter or use any unique identifying numbers or marks for a vehicle
  • s 72(2) – make, use, possess, sell or utter any material purporting to be a document, identifying number or identification mark required under the Act
  • s 74(1) – own, sell, use or possess an anti-speed measuring device
  • s 84BI – provide false or misleading information in an effective statement to avoid liability for a motor vehicle offence
  • s 84H(3A) – registered operator fail to comply with a motor vehicle surrender notice
  • s 84S(4) – registered operator fail to surrender a motor vehicle specified in an impoundment order
  • s 84T(4) – registered operator fail to surrender a motor vehicle specified in a forfeiture order
  • s 90E – disobey parking instructions when parking a motor vehicle in a council controlled area
  • s 175(1) – drive a vehicle which breaches a mass, dimension or load restraint limit
  • Road Safety Road Rules 2009 (Vic)

  • r 20(b) – exceed the speed-limit by 45 km or more (revoked)
  • r 20(c) – exceed the speed-limit by 35 km but less than 45 km (revoked)
  • r 20(d) – exceed the speed-limit by less than 35 km (revoked)
  • r 59(1) – enter an intersection or crossing during a red traffic light (revoked)
  • r 60 – enter an intersection or crossing in the direction of a red traffic arrow (revoked)
  • r 167 – stop in an area to which a "no stopping" sign applies (revoked)
  • r 167 – stop on a length of road to which a "no stopping" sign applies (revoked)
  • r 179(1) – stop in a loading zone (revoked)
  • r 185(1) – stop in a permit zone (revoked)
  • r 197(1) – stop on a bicycle path, footpath, shared path, dividing strip or nature strip without a lawful excuse (revoked)
  • r 205(1) – park for longer than indicated or allowed (revoked)
  • r 207(2)(a) – fail to pay the fee in a paid parking area (revoked)
  • r 207(2)(b) – fail to obey parking instructions in a paid parking area (revoked)
  • r 264(1) – driver fail to wear a seatbelt properly (revoked)
  • r 300(1) – use a mobile phone while driving (non-learner or non-probationary driver) (revoked)
  • Road Safety Road Rules 2017 (Vic)

  • r 20(1) – exceed the speed-limit by less than 35 km
  • r 20(2) – exceed the speed-limit by 35 km but less than 45 km
  • r 20(3) – exceed the speed-limit by 45 km or more
  • r 20(4) – heavy vehicle exceed the speed-limit by less than 35 km
  • r 38 – fail to give way to all vehicles and pedestrians when making a u-turn
  • r 39(2) – make a u-turn where a "no u-turn" sign applies
  • r 46(1) – fail to give a left change of direction signal before going left
  • r 46(1) – fail to give a left change of direction signal for a long enough time
  • r 48(1) – fail to give a right change of direction signal before going right
  • r 48(1) – fail to give a right change of direction signal for a long enough time
  • r 56(1)(a) – fail to stop before a stop line at or near red traffic lights
  • r 56(1)(c) – fail to stop before reaching red traffic lights
  • r 57(1)(a) – fail to stop before a stop line at or near yellow traffic lights
  • r 59(1) – enter an intersection or marked foot crossing during a red traffic light
  • r 60 – enter an intersection or marked foot crossing during a red traffic arrow
  • r 62(1) – fail to give way when turning at an intersection with traffic lights
  • r 67(1) – fail to stop and give way at a "stop" sign or stop line at an intersection without traffic lights
  • r 69(1) – fail to give way at a "give way" sign or give way line at an intersection
  • r 72(1) – fail to give way at an unmarked intersection
  • r 73(1) – fail to give way at an unmarked t-intersection
  • r 74(1) – fail to give way when entering a road from a road related area or adjacent land
  • r 79A(3) – drive past or overtake a police or emergency vehicle which has warning lights on, at a speed greater than 40 km
  • r 90 – fail to obey a "no turns" sign at an intersection
  • r 91(1) – fail to obey a "no left turn" sign
  • r 91(2) – fail to obey a "no right turn" sign
  • r 92(1)(a) – fail to obey a single direction traffic lane arrow
  • r 92(1)(b) – fail to obey a multi-direction traffic lane arrow
  • r 95(1) – drive in an emergency stopping lane
  • r 98(1) – fail to obey a "one-way" sign
  • r 100 – fail to obey a "no entry" sign
  • r 114(1)(a) – fail to give way to other vehicles when entering a roundabout
  • r 126 – fail to keep a safe distance behind other vehicles
  • r 130(2) – fail to keep left on a multi-lane road without a lawful excuse
  • r 132(1) – fail to keep left of the centre on a two-way road
  • r 132(2) – fail to keep to the left of a road dividing line
  • r 132(2A) – drive across a road dividing line to perform a U-turn
  • r 135(1) – fail to keep to the left of a median strip
  • r 138(1) – drive on a painted island
  • r 141(1) – overtake to the left of a vehicle without a lawful excuse
  • r 146(1) – fail to keep vehicle within a single marked lane while driving
  • r 148(1) – fail to give way when moving between marked lanes
  • r 152(1) – fail to comply with traffic signals from an overhead lane control device
  • r 153(1) – drive in a bicycle lane when not permitted
  • r 154(1) – drive in a bus lane when not permitted
  • r 167 – stop in an area to which a "no stopping" sign applies
  • r 167 – stop on a length of road to which a "no stopping" sign applies
  • r 168(1) – stop in an area to which a "no parking" sign applies
  • r 168(1) – stop on a length of road to which a "no parking" sign applies
  • r 169(1) – stop at the side of a road marked with a continuous yellow edge line
  • r 170(3) – stop within 10 metres of an intersection without traffic lights
  • r 176(1) – stop on a clearway
  • r 179(1) – stop in a loading zone
  • r 179(2)(a) – stop in a loading zone for longer than 30 minutes
  • r 179(2)(b) – stop in a loading zone for longer than the allowed time limit
  • r 182(1) – stop in a taxi zone
  • r 183(1) – stop in a bus zone
  • r 185(1) – stop in a permit zone
  • r 186(1) – stop in a mail zone
  • r 189(1) – double park on a two-way road
  • r 197(1) – stop on a bicycle path, footpath, shared path, dividing strip or nature strip without a lawful excuse
  • r 198(2) – stop on or across a driveway
  • r 200(2) – driver stop a heavy or long vehicle on a road in a built-up area for longer than 1 hour
  • r 203(1) – stop in a disability parking area without a permit or while failing to comply with permit conditions
  • r 205(1) – park for longer than indicated or allowed
  • r 207(2)(a) – fail to pay the fee in a paid parking area
  • r 207(2)(b) – fail to obey parking instructions in a paid parking area
  • r 208(1) – parallel park on the road in an unsuitable position
  • r 211(2) – fail to position a vehicle completely within a single parking bay
  • r 213(1) – fail to secure a motor vehicle after stopping and leaving it on the road
  • r 215(1) – drive at night or in hazardous weather without sufficient lights to ensure visibility
  • r 231(1) – pedestrian crossing the road or staying on road longer than necessary during a red pedestrian light
  • r 250(1) – ride bicycle on a footpath
  • r 256(1) – cyclist fail to wear an approved bike helmet
  • r 259 – cyclist travel at night or in hazardous weather without sufficient lights to ensure visibility
  • r 264 – driver fail to wear a seatbelt in a moving motor vehicle
  • r 264 – driver fail to wear a seatbelt in a stationary, but not parked, motor vehicle
  • r 265(1) – passenger aged 16 years or older fail to wear a seatbelt properly or occupying the same seat as another passenger
  • r 265(4) – driver fail to ensure that a passenger aged 16 years or older is wearing a seatbelt properly and is not occupying the same seat as another passenger
  • r 266(1) – driver fail to ensure that a passenger aged under 16 years is appropriately secured in motor vehicle
  • r 270(1)(a) – motor bike rider fail to wear an approved bike helmet
  • r 288(1) – drive on a path when not permitted
  • r 291 – make unnecessary noise or smoke when starting or driving a vehicle
  • r 296(1) – drive a vehicle in reverse in unsafe circumstances
  • r 297(1) – drive a vehicle without having proper control
  • r 299(1)(a) – drive a vehicle with a television receiver or visual display unit where the screen is visible to the driver
  • r 300(1) – use a mobile phone while driving a motor vehicle which is stationary, but not parked (licensed driver)
  • r 300(1) – use a mobile phone while driving a moving motor vehicle (licensed driver)
  • r 300(1A)(a) – use a mobile phone while driving a motor vehicle (learner driver)
  • r 300(1A)(b) – use a mobile phone while driving a motor vehicle which is stationary, but not parked (probationary driver)
  • r 300(1A)(b) – use a mobile phone while driving a moving motor vehicle (probationary driver)
  • r 304(1) – fail to obey a reasonable direction from a police officer or authorised person for regulating traffic
  • Sentencing Act 1991 (Vic)

  • s 83AC – contravene an order for release on adjournment
  • Sex Offenders Registration Act 2004 (Vic)

  • s 46(1) – fail to comply with ongoing reporting obligations
  • s 46(1A) – fail to provide internet, instant message, chat room, or other online user names as part of initial reporting obligations
  • s 46(1A) – fail to provide names of children who person has contact with as part of initial reporting obligations
  • s 46(1A) – fail to provide other details required by section 14(1)(d), (da), (db), (dc), (dd), (e), (ea), (f), (g), (j), (k) or (m) as part of initial reporting obligations
  • s 47(1) – furnish false or misleading information as part of ongoing reporting obligations
  • Summary Offences Act 1966 (Vic)

  • s 6(4) – contravene a direction by a police or protective services officer to move on
  • s 7(g) – throw or discharge a stone arrow or missile to cause injury or danger to people or to damage property
  • s 9 – wilfully damage, injure or trespass on property (not further defined)
  • s 9(1)(c) – wilfully injure or damage property (where cost of damage is less than $5,000)
  • s 9(1)(d) – wilfully trespass in a public place
  • s 9(1)(e) – wilfully enter a private place without authority or lawful excuse
  • s 9(1)(e) – wilfully enter a Scheduled public place without authority or lawful excuse
  • s 9(1)(f) – neglect or refuse to leave a private place or a Scheduled public place
  • s 9(1)(g) – enter any place in a manner which is likely to cause a breach of the peace
  • s 13 – drunk in a public place
  • s 14 – drunk and disorderly in a public place
  • s 17(1)(c) – use profane, indecent, or obscene language or threatening, abusive or insulting words in a public place
  • s 17(1)(d) – behave in a riotous, indecent, offensive or insulting manner in a public place
  • s 17A – behave in a disorderly manner in a public place
  • s 19 – intentional sexual exposure in a public place
  • s 23 – unlawful assault
  • s 24(1) – aggravated assault of a male aged under 14 years, or of any female
  • s 24(2) – assault by kicking
  • s 24(2) – assault in company
  • s 24(2) – assault with a weapon or instrument
  • s 26(2) – possess suspected stolen goods
  • s 41B – intentionally visually capture another person's genital or anal region
  • s 41DA(1) – intentionally distribute an intimate image of another person
  • s 41DB(1) – threaten to distribute an intimate image of another person
  • s 49A(1) – beg or gather alms
  • s 49B(1) – known or reputed thief or drug offender loiter in a public place with intent to commit an indictable offence
  • s 49D(1) – possess housebreaking implements
  • s 49E – escape, or attempt to escape, from lawful custody
  • s 51(2) – assault a police officer on duty
  • s 51(2) – assault a protective services officer on duty
  • s 51(2) – assault an emergency worker on duty
  • s 51(2) – hinder a police officer on duty
  • s 51(2) – hinder an emergency worker on duty
  • s 51(2) – obstruct a police officer or emergency worker on duty
  • s 51(2) – resist a police officer on duty
  • s 51(2) – resist a protective services officer on duty
  • s 51(2) – resist an emergency worker on duty
  • s 52(1) – assault, hinder or resist a police or protective services officer (repealed)
  • s 52A – harass witness
  • s 53(1) – make a false report, or cause a false report to be made, to police
  • Surveillance Devices Act 1999 (Vic)

  • s 7(1) – knowingly install, use or maintain an optical surveillance device to record or observe people without consent
  • Transport (Compliance And Miscellaneous) (Conduct On Public Transport) Regulations 2015 (Vic)

  • r 26(a) – use indecent, obscene, offensive or threatening language on a public transport vehicle
  • r 26(a) – use indecent, obscene, offensive or threatening language on public transport premises
  • r 26(b) – behave in an indecent, obscene, offensive, threatening, disorderly or riotous manner on a public transport vehicle or premises
  • r 31(2) – possess an open liquor container on a public transport vehicle or premises
  • r 32(1) – smoke on a public transport vehicle or premises
  • r 35(1) – place feet on any part of a public transport vehicle other than the floor or a part specifically designed for feet
  • Transport (Compliance And Miscellaneous) (Ticketing) Regulations 2017 (Vic)

  • r 8(2) – fail to produce a valid ticket for travel
  • r 9(2) – fail to produce a valid ticket for entry to a compulsory ticket area
  • r 10(3) – fail to produce evidence of entitlement to a concession ticket for travel
  • Transport (Compliance And Miscellaneous) Act 1983 (Vic)

  • s 218B(4) – state a false name or address to an authorised officer
  • s 218B(4)(a) – refuse or fail to comply with providing a name and address when requested by an authorised officer
  • s 223 – trespass on any land or premises owned or occupied by the Head, Transport for Victoria or Rail Track
  • Transport Accident Act 1986 (Vic)

  • s 116(1) – fraudulently obtain or attempt to fraudulently obtain any benefit under the Act
  • s 117 – provide false or misleading information for any application or return under the Act
  • Last update 24 May 2022 © Sentencing Advisory Council, State of Victoria, 2022

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