(1) An officer may demand that a person surrender an Australian travel document to the officer if the document is suspended under section 22A.
(2) A person commits an offence if:
(a) an officer demands under subsection (1) that the person surrender an Australian travel document; and
(b) the officer informs the person that the officer is authorised to demand that document; and
(c) the officer informs the person that it may be an offence not to comply with the demand; and
(d) the person has possession or control of the document; and
(e) the person fails to surrender the document to the officer immediately.
Penalty: Imprisonment for 6 months or 10 penalty units, or both.
(3) An Australian travel document obtained by an officer under this section must be returned, to the person to whom it was issued, at the end of the period for which it is suspended, unless it is cancelled.