New South Wales Consolidated Regulations

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Concealment of offences by certain persons

4 Concealment of offences by certain persons

For the purposes of sections 316 (5) and 316A (7) of the Act, the following professions, callings or vocations are prescribed:

(a) a legal practitioner,
(b) a medical practitioner,
(c) a psychologist,
(d) a nurse,
(e) a social worker, including:
(i) a support worker for victims of crime, and
(ii) a counsellor who treats persons for emotional or psychological conditions suffered by them,
(f) a member of the clergy of any church or religious denomination,
(g) a researcher for professional or academic purposes,
(h) if the child abuse offence referred to in section 316A (1) of the Act is an offence under section 60E of the Act, a school teacher, including a principal of a school,
(i) an arbitrator,
(j) a mediator.

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