(1) The Board may hold meetings in public for the purpose of informing the public about, or receiving submissions in relation to, the performance of the ACC's functions.
(4) The Board or the CEO may publish bulletins for the purpose of informing the public about the performance of the ACC's functions.
(5) The Board and the CEO must not:
(a) divulge in the course of a meeting held under subsection (1); or
(b) include in a bulletin published under subsection (4);
any matter the disclosure of which to members of the public could prejudice the safety or reputation of a person, or prejudice a person's fair trial if the person has been charged with an offence or such a charge is imminent.