(1) The Marshal of the Court is responsible for the service and execution of all process of the Court directed to the Marshal.
(2) The Marshal is also responsible for:
(a) dealing, on behalf of the Court, with the Australian Federal Police and the police forces of the States and Territories in relation to the service and execution of process of the Court directed to members of any of those police forces; and
(b) the security of the Court and the personal security of the Judges and officers of the Court; and
(c) taking, receiving and detaining all persons committed to his or her custody by the Court; and
(d) discharging such persons when so directed by the Court or otherwise required by law.
(3) A Deputy Marshal may, subject to any directions of the Marshal, exercise or perform any of the powers and functions of the Marshal.
(4) The Marshal or a Deputy Marshal may authorise persons to assist him or her in the exercise of any of his or her powers or the performance of any of his or her functions.