(cf Crimes Act 1900 , s 356M)
(1) As soon as practicable after a person who is detained under this Part (a
"detained person" ) comes into custody at a police station or other place of detention or after a person becomes a protected suspect, the custody manager for the person must orally and in writing--(a) caution the person that the person does not have to say or do anything but that anything the person does say or do may be used in evidence, and(b) give the person a summary of the provisions of this Part in the form prescribed by the regulations.
(2) The giving of a caution does not affect a requirement of any law that a person answer questions put by, or do things required by, a police officer.
(3) After being given the information referred to in subsection (1) orally and in writing, the person is to be requested to sign an acknowledgment that the information has been so given.