(1) The chief officer of an agency referred to in subsection 7(8) must give to the Minister a written report concerning:
(a) an emergency interception action taken by an officer of the agency that, because of the operation of subsection 7(6A), took place without a warrant under Part 2-5; and
(b) an emergency interception action taken by an officer of the agency in respect of which an application for a warrant was made under Part 2-5 and refused.
(2) The chief officer of the agency must give the report within 3 months after:
(a) in the case set out in paragraph (1)(a)--the date on which the action ceased; and
(b) in the case set out in paragraph (1)(b)--the date on which the application was refused.
(3) The report must contain the following information:
(a) if an interception occurred:
(i) the date and time at which the interception began; and
(ii) the duration of the interception;
(b) if there was no interception but action had been taken to cause a communication to be intercepted--details of the action taken;
(c) the circumstances that led the officer concerned to believe that the conditions of subsection 7(4) or (5) were satisfied;
(d) in the case set out in paragraph (1)(a)--the reasons it was not practicable to apply for a warrant under Part 2-5 in relation to the action;
(e) in the case set out in paragraph (1)(b)--the reasons the judge or nominated AAT member refused the application if the reasons are known;
(f) information about the use made by the agency of information obtained by the interception;
(g) information about the communication of such information to persons other than officers of the agency;
(h) the number of arrests that have been, or are likely to be, made on the basis of such information;
(i) an assessment of the usefulness of information obtained by the interception.
(4) In this section:
"emergency interception action" means an interception done under subsection 7(4) or (5) or action taken under one of those subsections to cause an interception to occur.