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INDEPENDENT BROAD-BASED ANTI-CORRUPTION COMMISSION ACT 2011 - SECT 46

What is a protected document or other thing?

For the purposes of this Division, a protected document or other thing is a document or other thing the production or inspection of which—

        (a)     is likely to—

              (i)     reveal the identity of an informer or put an informer's safety at risk; or

              (ii)     reveal the identity of a person who has been summoned, or who has appeared, as a witness in an examination, or put that person's safety at risk; or

              (iii)     reveal the identity of a person who has provided the IBAC with information relating to an investigation, or put that person's safety at risk; or

              (iv)     reveal the identity of a person whose name appears in any evidence given or information provided to the IBAC relating to an investigation, or put that person's safety at risk; or

              (v)     reveal the identity of a person who is, or has been, the subject of an investigation, or put that person's safety at risk; or

        (b)     is likely to place at risk—

              (i)     an investigation under this Act; or

              (ii)     any other investigation by the Victorian Inspectorate, a law enforcement agency or an integrity body; or

        (c)     is likely to risk the disclosure of any secret investigative method used by the IBAC, the Victorian Inspectorate, a law enforcement agency or an integrity body; or

        (d)     is otherwise not in the public interest.

S. 47 inserted by No. 28/2012 s. 13.



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