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YOUTH JUSTICE ACT 1992 - As at 11 April 2019 - Act 44 of 1992


TABLE OF PROVISIONS

           Long Title

   PART 1 - PRELIMINARY

   1.      Short title
   2.      Objectives of Act
   3.      Youth justice principles
   4.      Definitions
   5.      Note in text
   6.      (Repealed)
   7.      Meaning of police officer starting a proceeding
   8.      Meaning of serious offence
   9.      Meaning of court that made order
   9B.     (Repealed)
   9C.     (Repealed)
   9D.     (Repealed)
   9E.     (Repealed)

   PART 1C - (Repealed)

   PART 2 - SPECIAL PROVISIONS ABOUT POLICING AND CHILDREN

           Division 1 - Police officer must consider appropriate way to proceed

   10.     Division does not apply to 2 general ways of proceeding
   10A.    (Repealed)
   10B.    (Repealed)
   10C.    (Repealed)
   11.     Police officer to consider alternatives to proceeding against child
   12.     Preferred way for police officer to start proceedings
   13.     Police officer’s power of arrest preserved in particular general circumstances

           Division 2 - Cautioning

   14.     Purpose of caution
   15.     Police officer may administer a caution
   16.     Conditions for administration of police caution
   17.     Caution administered by respected person of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander community
   18.     Caution procedure must involve explanation
   18A.    (Repealed)
   18B.    (Repealed)
   18C.    (Repealed)
   18D.    (Repealed)
   18E.    (Repealed)
   18F.    (Repealed)
   18G.    (Repealed)
   18H.    (Repealed)
   18I.    (Repealed)
   18J.    (Repealed)
   18K.    (Repealed)
   18L.    (Repealed)
   18M.    (Repealed)
   18N.    (Repealed)
   18O.    (Repealed)
   18P.    (Repealed)
   19.     Caution procedure may involve apology to victim
   20.     Child must be given a notice of caution
   21.     Childrens Court may dismiss charge if caution should have been administered or no action taken

           Division 3 - Referral for restorative justice process

   22.     When police officer may refer offence for restorative justice process
   23.     If restorative justice agreement is made as a consequence of referral for restorative justice process
   24.     Powers of police officer if referral is unsuccessful or if child contravenes restorative justice agreement
   24A.    Childrens Court may dismiss charge if offence should have been referred to restorative justice process

           Division 4 - Identifying particulars

   25.     Application by police officer for permission to take child’s identifying particulars
   26.     Support person must be present when identifying particulars are taken
   27.     Destruction of identifying particulars taken under court order
   28.     Division does not limit other provisions

           Division 5 - Statements

   29.     Support person must be present for statement to be admissible

   PART 3 - RESTORATIVE JUSTICE PROCESSES

           Division 1 - Preliminary

   30.     Object of part
   31.     The restorative justice process
   32.     Returning referrals

           Division 2 - Conferences

   33.     Object of division
   34.     Who may participate in conference
   35.     Convening conference
   36.     Conference agreement
   37.     Amendment of conference agreement by chief executive

           Division 3 - Alternative diversion programs

   38.     Alternative diversion program

           Division 4 - General

   39.     Convenors
   40.     Admissibility of particular evidence
   41.     Notice of successful completion of restorative justice agreement

   PART 4 - PROCEEDINGS GENERALLY STARTED BY COMPLAINT AND SUMMONS

   42.     Preferred way of starting proceedings
   43.     Service of complaint and summons if offender a child
   44.     Proof of service of complaint and summons in compliance with this Act
   45.     No costs against child for lodgement of complaint and summons
   46.     Proceeding in relation to simple offence in absence of child

   PART 5 - BAIL AND CUSTODY OF CHILDREN

   47.     Bail Act 1980 applies
   48.     Decisions about bail and related matters
   48A.    Releasing children found guilty of terrorism offences or subject to Commonwealth control orders
   49.     Arrested child must be brought promptly before the Childrens Court
   50.     Dealing with a child if court can not be promptly constituted
   51.     Release of child without bail
   52.     Conditions of release on bail
   53.     Granting of bail by audio visual link or audio link
   54.     Custody of child pending court appearance
   55.     Court may in all cases release child without bail
   56.     Custody of child if not released by court
   57.     Warrant for arrest of child who fails to appear after release without bail
   58.     Custody of child arrested on court warrant
   59.     Childrens Court judge may grant bail
   59AA.   (Repealed)
   59A.    (Repealed)
   59B.    (Repealed)

   PART 6 - JURISDICTION AND PROCEEDINGS

           Division 1 - General

   60.     Court jurisdiction generally unaffected
   61.     Application of Mental Health Act 2016
   62.     Childrens Court judge
   63.     District Court jurisdiction in aid
   64.     Childrens Court magistrate
   65.     Magistrates Court jurisdiction in aid
   66.     Application of usual laws where necessary
   67.     Limitation on justices
   68.     Infringement notices
   69.     Presence of parent required generally
   69E.    (Repealed)
   70.     Court may order parent to attend
   71.     Consequence of parent’s absence
   72.     Explanation of proceeding
   73.     Ordinary practice applies to explanations if child is represented
   74.     Chief executive’s right of audience generally
   75.     Adjournment power generally
   76.     One year limitation inapplicable if indictable offence dealt with summarily
   77.     Court to refrain from inappropriate summary hearing of indictable offence
   78.     Procedural elections under this Act in relation to an indictable offence replace other elections
   79.     Court to check child’s legal representation
   80.     Use of adduced evidence after change of procedure

           Division 2 - Decision on how to proceed at start of proceedings for an indictable offence before a Childrens Court magistrate
           (Repealed)

              Subdivision 1 - Procedure for serious offences

   81.     Committal proceeding if the offence is a serious offence

              Subdivision 2 - Procedure for indictable offences other than serious offences if child is legally represented

   82.     Application of sdiv 2
   83.     Explanation and election at start
   84.     Procedure on summary hearing

              Subdivision 3 - Procedure for indictable offences other than serious offences if child is not legally represented

   85.     Application of sdiv 3
   86.     Start as committal proceeding and explanation

           Division 3 - Election for summary hearing for indictable offences other than serious offences after the prosecution evidence has been adduced

   87.     Application of div 3
   88.     Explanation of election at end of prosecution case
   89.     Procedure on summary hearing

           Division 4 - Procedure if a child enters a plea of guilty at a committal proceeding

   90.     Application of div 4
   91.     If the offence is a supreme court offence
   92.     If the offence is a serious offence other than a supreme court offence
   93.     If the offence is an indictable offence other than a serious offence

           Division 5 - Procedure after all evidence has been adduced in a committal proceeding

   94.     Application of div 5
   95.     If the offence is a supreme court offence
   96.     If the offence is not a supreme court offence

           Division 6 - Election procedure if child committed for trial before a Childrens Court judge

   97.     Application of div 6
   98.     Election for trial with or without jury
   98A.    (Repealed)

           Division 7 - Jurisdiction of Childrens Court judge

              Subdivision 1 - Jurisdiction generally

   99.     Childrens Court judge to have criminal jurisdiction over child charged with indictable offence
   100.    Sentencing for summary offence
   101.    General laws relating to indictable offence apply

              Subdivision 2 - Whether a jury is required

   102.    When a jury is not required
   103.    Committal charge—change to jury requirement
   104.    Charge other than committal charge—election by legally represented child for trial with or without jury
   105.    When a trial by jury is necessary

              Subdivision 3 - Change of guilty plea

   106.    Child may change plea of guilty

           Division 8 - Provision for joint trials

              Subdivision 1 - Magistrate’s power

   107.    Joint committal proceeding in relation to adult and child are allowed
   108.    Committal or committal proceeding for joint trial with another person

              Subdivision 2 - Removal of committed proceeding to another jurisdiction for joint trial

   109.    Definitions for sdiv 2
   110.    Removal to another jurisdiction for joint trial with another person
   111.    Formal removal to another jurisdiction for joint trial involving another charge
   112.    Concurrent jurisdiction available
   113.    Removal ends possibility of trial without jury

           Division 9 - Appeal and review

              Subdivision 1 - General

   114.    Appeal rights generally
   114A.   (Repealed)
   115.    Community based orders stayed during appeal

              Subdivision 2 - Court of Appeal

   116.    Appeals to Court of Appeal

              Subdivision 3 - Appeals to Childrens Court judge

   117.    Appeals under Justices Act 1886, pt 9, div 1

              Subdivision 4 - Reviews of sentences by Childrens Court judge

   118.    Sentence review
   119.    Application for review
   120.    Preliminary procedure
   121.    Stay of proceeding and suspension of orders
   122.    Conduct of review
   123.    Review decision
   124.    Interrelation with other types of appeal
   125.    Incidents of review
   126.    Orders at end of reviews

           Division 10 - Mistake in exercise of jurisdiction

   127.    Meaning of proceeding
   128.    Court may reopen proceedings
   129.    Removal of a proceeding because of lack of jurisdiction
   130.    Lack of jurisdiction discovered in course of a proceeding
   131.    Lack of jurisdiction discovered after proceeding ends

           Division 11 - Child offenders who become adults

              Subdivision 1 - Preliminary

   132.    Definitions for pt 6, div 11
   133.    Reference to offence includes alleged offence

              Subdivision 2 - General

   134.    Offender treated as child

              Subdivision 3 - Where offender is to be detained

   135.    Where offender is detained for adult offence
   136.    Offender remanded in custody for child offence
   137.    Offender remanded in custody for adult offence and child offence
   138.    Dealing with offender held in corrective services facility
   139.    Application to be held in detention centre

              Subdivision 4 - Circumstances affecting whether offender is treated as adult or child

   140.    When offender must be treated as an adult
   141.    When offender may be treated as an adult
   142.    Continuing effect on offender of orders made when child
   143.    When order made as child may be dealt with as adult order
   144.    Sentencing offender as adult
   145.    Chief executive (corrective services) to be notified if offender sentenced as adult
   146.    Extension of Act for detainee offender

           Division 12 - Some provisions about admissibility of childhood offences

   147.    Use of evidence of cautions and restorative justice agreements in deciding issue of criminal responsibility
   148.    Evidence of childhood finding of guilt not admissible against adult

   PART 7 - SENTENCING

           Division 1 - Sentencing generally

   149.    Jurisdiction to sentence child exclusive
   150.    Sentencing principles
   151.    Pre-sentence report
   151A.   Permitted use and disclosure of information for pre-sentence report
   152.    Pre-sentence report evidence
   153.    Disclosure of pre-sentence report
   153A.   Permitted use and disclosure of information in a pre-sentence report
   154.    Finding of guilt as child may be disclosed while a child
   155.    Mandatory sentence provisions inapplicable
   156.    Preference to be given to compensation and restitution
   157.    Outstanding charge may be taken into account on sentence
   158.    Children entitled to explanation of sentence
   159.    Audio visual link or audio link may be used to sentence
   160.    Copy of court order or decision to be given to child, parent etc.

           Division 2 - Restorative justice process referrals before sentencing

   161.    Definitions for division
   162.    When court must consider making court diversion referral or presentence referral
   163.    Power of court to make restorative justice process referral
   164.    Court diversion referrals
   165.    Presentence referrals
   166.    (Repealed)

           Division 3 - Court referred drug assessment and education sessions before sentencing

              Subdivision 1 - Interpretation

   167.    Definitions for div 3
   168.    Meaning of eligible child
   169.    Meaning of eligible drug offence
   170.    Meaning of disqualifying offence
   171.    Meaning of approved provider

              Subdivision 2 - Reference and consequences

   172.    Reference to drug assessment and education session by court
   173.    If child attends drug assessment and education session
   174.    If child fails to attend drug assessment and education session

           Division 4 - Orders on children found guilty of offences

   175.    Sentence orders—general
   176.    Sentence orders—life and other significant offences
   176A.   Sentence orders—graffiti offences
   176B.   (Repealed)
   177.    More than 1 type of order may be made for a single offence
   178.    Combination of probation and community service orders
   178A.   Combination of graffiti removal order and probation and community service orders
   178B.   (Repealed)
   178C.   Combination of restorative justice orders and other sentence orders
   179.    Combination of intensive supervision order and probation or detention order prohibited
   180.    Combination of detention order and probation order
   180A.   Combination of detention order and graffiti removal order
   180B.   (Repealed)
   181.    Other orders
   182.    Orders may be combined in 1 form
   183.    Recording of conviction
   184.    Considerations whether or not to record conviction
   185.    Judge may delegate sentencing power to magistrate
   186.    Reference of case to Childrens Court judge for sentence
   187.    Reference to complying with, or contravening, an order

           Division 5 - Good behaviour orders

   188.    Good behaviour order
   189.    Breach of conditions

           Division 6 - Fines

   190.    Child’s capacity to pay fine to be considered
   191.    Requirements of fine order
   192.    Proper officer’s application on breach

           Division 6A - Restorative justice orders

   192A.   Preconditions to making restorative justice order
   192B.   Requirements to be set out in restorative justice order
   192C.   Making restorative justice order and community service order or graffiti removal order
   192D.   Ending of restorative justice order

           Division 7 - Probation orders

   193.    Probation orders—requirements
   194.    Child must be willing to comply

           Division 7A - Graffiti removal orders

   194A.   Preconditions to making of graffiti removal order
   194B.   Requirements to be set out in graffiti removal order
   194C.   Obligation of chief executive
   194D.   Graffiti removal service to be performed within limited period
   194E.   Multiple offences dealt with together
   194F.   Limitation on number of hours of graffiti removal service for multiple graffiti offences
   194G.   Limitation on number of hours of unpaid service
   194H.   Limitation on number of hours of graffiti removal service when there is unperformed graffiti removal service
   194I.   Limitation on number of hours of graffiti removal service when there is unperformed unpaid service
   194J.   Unpaid service to be performed cumulatively
   194K.   Cumulative effect of child and adult orders
   194L.   Ending of graffiti removal order

           Division 8 - Community service orders

   195.    Preconditions to making of community service order
   196.    Requirements to be set out in community service order
   197.    Obligation of chief executive
   198.    Community service to be performed within limited period
   199.    Multiple or successive community service orders
   200.    Limitation on number of hours of community service
   201.    Cumulative effect of child and adult community service orders
   202.    Ending of community service order

           Division 9 - Intensive supervision order

   203.    Preconditions to making of intensive supervision order
   204.    Intensive supervision order—requirements
   205.    Program period
   206.    Suspension of intensive supervision program

           Division 9A - (Repealed)

           Division 10 - Detention order

              Subdivision 1 - Initial order

   207.    Pre-sentence report must be obtained before detention order sentence
   208.    Detention must be only appropriate sentence
   209.    Court’s reasons for detention order to be stated and recorded
   210.    Detention to be served in detention centre
   211.    Commencement of detention period
   212.    Detention orders ordinarily concurrent
   213.    Court may order detention period to be cumulative
   214.    Limitation on cumulative orders
   215.    Period of escape, mistaken release or release pending appeal or review not counted as detention
   216.    Application for variation of detention order in interests of justice
   217.    Multiple orders of detention and imprisonment against person as adult and child
   218.    Period of custody on remand to be treated as detention on sentence

              Subdivision 2 - Conditional release order

   219.    Purpose of conditional release order
   220.    Conditional release order
   221.    Conditional release order—requirements
   222.    Child must be willing to comply
   223.    Pre-sentence report must include particular comments
   224.    Effect of program period ending
   225.    Program period
   226.    Suspension of program

              Subdivision 2A - (Repealed)

              Subdivision 2B - (Repealed)

              Subdivision 3 - Release after fixed period of detention

           226A . When a child has promoted terrorism
   227.    Release of child after service of period of detention
   228.    Chief executive’s supervised release order
           228A . Supervised release orders for children with links to terrorism
   229.    Child may be released from detention while absent from place of detention
   230.    Release period counts as part of detention period
   231.    (Repealed)

              Subdivision 4 - Release for life sentences

   232.    Application of sdiv 4
   233.    Application of parole provisions

              Subdivision 5 - Publication orders

   234.    Court may allow publication of identifying information about a child

           Division 11 - Restitution and compensation

   235.    Restitution, compensation

           Division 12 - Contravention of community based orders and related matters

   236.    Reference to child
   237.    Chief executive must warn child about contravention
   238.    Chief executive’s application on contravention
   239.    Cancellation of warrant
   240.    General options available on breach of order
   241.    General options available to superior court to which child committed for breach
   242.    General options available to court before which child found guilty of an indictable offence
   243.    Court may resentence child originally sentenced by lower court
   244.    General options available to court to which child committed for breach by indictable offence
   245.    Court’s power on breach of a community based order other than a conditional release order
   246.    Court’s power on breach of conditional release order
           246AA . (Repealed)
   246A.   (Repealed)
   247.    Variation, discharge and resentence in the interests of justice
   248.    Detention reduced to the extent just
   249.    Matters relevant to making further order
   250.    Affidavits may be used in certain proceedings
   251.    Notice of discharge etc. of community based order
   252.    Variations by consent

           Division 12A - Contravention of supervised release orders and related matters

   252A.   Definitions for div 12A
   252B.   Chief executive must warn child of contravention
   252C.   Chief executive’s application on contravention
   252D.   General options available to a Childrens Court magistrate on chief executive’s application
   252E.   General options available to a court if child found guilty of indictable offence
   252F.   General options available to a court before which a child is ordered to appear
   252G.   Matters relevant to making further order
   252H.   Committal to custody pending appearance before another court
   252I.   Issue of warrant for child in particular circumstances
   252J.   Effect of expiry of supervised release order before application dealt with

           Division 13 - Application of Transport Operations (Road Use Management) Act 1995 and Heavy Vehicle National Law (Queensland)

   253.    Application of Transport Operations (Road Use Management) Act 1995 and Heavy Vehicle National Law (Queensland) generally
   254.    Disqualification

           Division 14 - Order for identifying particulars to be taken

   255.    Court may order sentenced child’s identifying particulars to be taken

           Division 15 - Application of Acts applying to victims

   256.    Victims of Crime Assistance Act 2009 etc.

           Division 16 - Orders against parent

   257.    Interpretation
   258.    Notice to parent of child offender
   259.    Show cause hearing
   260.    Recovery of unpaid compensations amount

   PART 8 - DETENTION ADMINISTRATION

           Division 1 - Administration

   261.    Application of Corrective Services Act 2006
   262.    Establishment of detention centres and other places
   263.    Management of detention centres
   264.    Authorisations for Mental Health Act 2016

           Division 2 - Children in detention centres

   265.    Where children to be detained
   266.    Authority for admission to detention centre
   267.    Child must be given information on entry to detention centre
   268.    Obligation to report harm to children in detention centres
   269.    Leave of absence
   270.    (Repealed)
   271.    Chief executive may authorise treatment
   272.    Ordinary visitor
   273.    Commissioner of police service to provide criminal history
   274.    Use of criminal history information
   275.    Helping child gain access to lawyer
   276.    Protection of lawyer representing child

           Division 2A - Age related transfers to corrective services facility

              Subdivision 1 - Prison transfer directions

   276A.   Definitions for subdivision
   276B.   Particular detainees liable to be transferred to corrective services facility
   276C.   Transfer of particular detainees to corrective services facility
   276D.   Application for temporary delay of transfer
   276E.   Transferee subject to Corrective Services Act 2006 from transfer

              Subdivision 2 - Age limits for detention

   276F.   Persons over 18 years and 6 months should not serve period of detention at detention centre

           Division 3 - Complaints

   277.    Complaints generally

           Division 4 - Offences

   278.    Escape
   279.    Offences relating to detention centres

           Division 5 - Child of detainee

   280.    Child of detainee may be accommodated in detention centre
   281.    Registration of birth of child of detainee

           Division 6 - Trust fund

   282.    Detainees trust fund to be kept

           Division 7 - Releasing information to eligible persons

   282A.   Eligible persons register
   282B.   Non-release declaration
           282BA . (Repealed)
   282C.   Application by child
   282D.   Deciding application
   282E.   Removing details from eligible persons register etc.
           282F . Releasing information
           282G . Confidentiality of detainee information

   PART 8A - (Repealed)

   PART 9 - CONFIDENTIALITY

           Division 1 - Preliminary

   283.    Confidential information to which this part applies
   284.    Definitions for pt 9
   285.    When does someone gain information through involvement in the administration of this Act
   286.    Meaning of disclose for pt 9

           Division 2 - Preservation of confidentiality generally

   287.    Application
   288.    Preservation of confidentiality
   289.    Recording, use or disclosure for authorised purpose
           289AA . Disclosure to the commissioner of the police service
   289A.   Disclosure to another member of the community justice group in a child’s community
   290.    Disclosure to the child or with the child’s consent
   291.    (Repealed)
   292.    Disclosure to ensure someone’s safety
   293.    Disclosure by chief executive to approved carers and others
   294.    Disclosure to law enforcement entity in another jurisdiction
   295.    Disclosure by police of information about cautions and restorative justice process referrals and restorative justice agreements
   296.    Disclosure by chief executive or convenor of information about restorative justice processes
   297.    Disclosure by chief executive of information for research purposes
   297A.   Making information available for Child Protection Act 1999

           Division 3 - Confidentiality in relation to proceedings

   298.    Disclosure of information to court or tribunal
   299.    Production of department’s records
   299A.   (Repealed)

           Division 4 - Other matters relating to confidential information

   300.    Identity of officer making a report under s 268
   301.    Prohibition of publication of identifying information about a child
   301A.   Protection from liability

   PART 10 - GENERAL

   302.    Programs and services for children
   302A.   Chief executive may seek contact information for victims of offences
   303.    Chief executive must collect and keep information
   304.    Police may help in keeping child in custody
   305.    Parent entitled to know of whereabouts of child in custody
   305A.   Ongoing obligation to report harm to children in former boot camp centres
   305B.   Complaint about boot camp programs
   306.    Approved forms
   307.    Evidence
   308.    Proceeding for offence
   309.    Extension of time for payment of amounts
   310.    Enforcement of child payments
   311.    Enforcement of sentence by calendar
   312.    Delegation
   313.    Delegation of powers by proper officer
   314.    Regulations

   PART 11 - TRANSITIONAL PROVISIONS

           Division 1 - Transitional provision for Juvenile Justice Legislation Amendment Act 1996

   315.    Application of Act to matters before Juvenile Justice Legislation Amendment Act 1996

           Division 2 - Transitional provisions for Juvenile Justice Legislation Amendment Act 1998

   316.    Transfer of staff
   317.    Disciplinary proceedings
   318.    Transfer of amounts held on trust for detainees
   319.    Termination of contracts

           Division 3 - Transitional provisions for the Juvenile Justice Amendment Act 2002

              Subdivision 1 - Interpretation

   320.    Definitions for pt 11, div 3

              Subdivision 2 - References

   321.    References to community conference
   322.    Immediate release orders and fixed release orders
   323.    References to attendance notices

              Subdivision 3 - Investigation provisions

   324.    Statements
   325.    Identifying particulars

              Subdivision 4 - Cautions and community conferences

   326.    Cautioning
   327.    Community conferencing

              Subdivision 5 - Start of proceedings

   328.    Start of proceedings by a police officer

              Subdivision 6 - Bail and custody of children

   329.    Police decision about bail or a related matter

              Subdivision 7 - Jurisdiction and proceedings

   330.    Generally in relation to new pt 6
   331.    Transitional provision for current pt 4, divs 2–5
   332.    Transitional provision for appeals under Justices Act 1886, pt 9, div 1
   333.    Child offender who becomes an adult

              Subdivision 8 - Sentencing

   334.    Sentencing generally
   335.    Current community based orders made by District Court
   336.    Contravention of a current probation order
   337.    Cumulative effect of child and adult community service orders
   338.    Contravention of a community service order
   339.    Contravention of a conditional release order
   340.    Contravention of community based orders generally

           Division 4 - Transitional provision for Summary Offences Act 2005

   341.    Vagrants, Gaming and Other Offences Act 1931

           Division 5 - Transitional provision for Criminal Code and Other Acts Amendment Act 2008

   342.    Reference to particular offence

           Division 6 - Transitional provisions for Juvenile Justice and Other Acts Amendment Act 2009

   343.    Definitions for pt 11, div 6
   344.    Reference to Juvenile Justice Act 1992 and related references
   345.    Particular notices to include warning about arrest
   346.    If an agreement is made on a referral by a court to a conference before sentence
   347.    Application of Criminal Code, s 305
   348.    Cancellation of supervised release order
   349.    Court may order transfer to prison
   350.    (Repealed)

           Division 7 - Transitional provision for Criminal History Screening Legislation Amendment Act 2010

   351.    Effect of s 252I on particular warrants

           Division 8 - Transitional provision for Civil and Criminal Jurisdiction Reform and Modernisation Amendment Act 2010

   352.    Particular amended provisions apply only to prosecutions commenced after commencement

           Division 9 - Transitional provision for Criminal Law Amendment Act 2012

   353.    Application of Criminal Code, s 305

           Division 10 - Transitional provisions for Youth Justice (Boot Camp Orders) and Other Legislation Amendment Act 2012

   354.    Definitions for div 10
   355.    Application of provisions about destruction of identifying particulars taken under court order
   356.    Application of provisions about referral by court for a conference
   357.    Application of provisions about boot camp order

           Division 11 - Transitional provisions for Youth Justice and Other Legislation Amendment Act 2014

   358.    Definitions for div 11
   358A.   Uncommenced applications for review of sentence orders
   359.    Evidence of childhood finding of guilt
   360.    Detention orders and sentencing principles
   361.    Publication of identifying information
   362.    Court’s power on particular proceedings
   363.    Application of amendments about transfer direction for a child who will turn 17 years
   364.    Application of amendments about transfer direction for a person who is 17 years
   365.    Applications not granted before commencement
   366.    Orders made before commencement
   367.    Application of provisions about boot camp (vehicle offences) order

           Division 12 - Transitional provision for Criminal Law (Domestic Violence) Amendment Act 2016

   368.    Sentencing submissions

           Division 12A - Transitional provision for Health and Other Legislation Amendment Act 2016

   368A.   Particular definitions are taken to include reference to Criminal Code, s 208

           Division 13 - Transitional provisions for Youth Justice and Other Legislation Amendment Act (No. 1) 2016

              Subdivision 1 - Preliminary

   369.    Definitions for div 13

              Subdivision 2 - Continuation of boot camp (vehicle offences) orders and boot camp orders

   370.    Boot camp (vehicle offences) order existing immediately before commencement
   371.    Boot camp order existing immediately before commencement

              Subdivision 3 - Continued boot camp (vehicle offences) orders and boot camp order—contravention, revocation, discharge and resentence proceedings

   372.    Purpose of sdiv 3
   373.    Application of pt 7, div 13
   374.    Application of s 237
   375.    Application of s 238
   376.    Court’s power on breach of boot camp (vehicle offences) order
   377.    Court’s power on breach of boot camp order
   378.    Continued boot camp (vehicle offences) order—variation, discharge and resentence
   379.    Continued boot camp order—revocation and resentence

              Subdivision 4 - No boot camp (vehicle offences) orders or boot camp orders after commencement

   380.    Court may not make boot camp (vehicle offences) order or boot camp order after commencement

              Subdivision 5 - Other transitional provisions

   381.    Offence committed while on bail
   382.    Childhood finding of guilt
   383.    Sentence review
   384.    Sentencing principles
   385.    Publication of identifying information about child

           Division 14 - Transitional provision for the Youth Justice and Other Legislation Amendment Act (No. 2) 2016

   386.    Application of Act to matters before commencement

           Division 15 - Transitional provisions for Youth Justice and Other Legislation (Inclusion of 17-year-old Persons) Amendment Act 2016

   387.    Offences by 17-year-olds before commencement if offence proceedings not started
   388.    Transitional regulation-making power
   389.    Uncompleted sentences for offences by 17-year-olds
   390.    Current proceedings for offences by 17-year-olds
   391.    Administrative arrangements

           Division 16 - Transitional provision for Victims of Crime Assistance and Other Legislation Amendment Act 2017

   392.    Eligible persons register

           Division 17 - Transitional provisions for Justice Legislation (Links to Terrorist Activity) Amendment Act 2019

           393 . Definition for division
   394.    Application of particular provisions to decisions about release made on or after commencement
   395.    Application of particular provisions to sentencing children after commencement
           SCHEDULE 1
           SCHEDULE 2
           Schedule 3 (Repealed)
           SCHEDULE 4
           Schedule 5 (Repealed)


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