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Review of police powers in Queensland: Volume 3 - Arrest without warrant, demand name and address and move-on powers
This third volume of the review of police powers in Queensland makes a number of recommendations relating to police powers of arrest without warrant and the power of the police to demand a person's name and address.
Review of police powers in Queensland: Volume 4 - Suspects' rights, police questioning and pre-charge detention
In this volume, the CJC deals primarily with issues relating to suspects' rights and police questioning of suspects. It includes recommendations for establishing a scheme of post-arrest, pre-charge detention, and for providing free legal advice to suspects in police stations.
Review of police powers in Queensland: Volume 2 - Entry, search and seizure
This second volume report of the review of police powers in Queensland deals with the police powers of entry, search and seizure prior to arrest. It addresses matters relating to the stopping and searching of persons, the issue and execution of search warrants and many other more specific questions within this broad subject area.
Review of police powers in Queensland: Volume 1 - Overview
This first volume of the review of police powers in Queensland is an introduction to the complex subject of police powers. It sets out the review process undertaken by the CJC as well as describing similar review by committees and commissions in other jurisdictions. This volume also discusses the nature of police powers and their relationship to police effectiveness and various concepts and definitions that frequently arise in discussing police powers.
Review of police powers in Queensland: Volume 1 - Appendices
Appenices to volume 1 of the review of police powers in Queensland.
Submission in response to the Police Powers and Responsibilities Bill 1997
This submission follows on from the detailed submission prepared by the CJC in August 1997 on the Review of Police Powers Discussion Paper, and the five-volume review of police powers published by the CJC in 1993 and 1994.
Submission in response to the Review of Police Powers Discussion Paper
This is the CJC's prepapred response to the Government's Review of Police Powers Discussion Papers.
Review of police powers in Queensland: Volume 5 - Electronic surveillance and other investigative procedures
This volume contains recommendations relating to the police use of listening devices and other forms of electronic survillance, the taking of body samples, fingerprinting powers, rules and procedures governing eyewitness identification, police powers to preserve crime scenes, and strategies for promoting compliance with the CJC's proposed scheme of police powers.

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