S. 108F(1) amended by No. 9/2011 s. 6(1).
(1) There shall be a board of directors of the Council consisting of not less than 11, and not more than 14, directors of whom—
(a) two must be people who have, in the opinion of the Attorney-General, broad experience in community issues affecting courts;
(b) one must have experience as a senior member of the academic staff of a tertiary institution;
(c) one must be a person who is a member of a victim of crime support or advocacy group;
S. 108F(1)(ca) inserted by No. 9/2011 s. 6(2).
(ca) one must be a person who is involved in the management of a victim of crime support group or advocacy group and who is a victim of crime or a representative of victims of crime;
S. 108F(1)(cb) inserted by No. 9/2011 s. 6(2), amended by No. 37/2014 s. 10(Sch. item 151.7).
(cb) one must be a police officer who is actively engaged in criminal law enforcement duties and who is of the rank of senior sergeant or below;
(d) one must be a person who, in the opinion of the Attorney-General, is a highly experienced prosecution lawyer;
(e) one must be a person who, in the opinion of the Attorney-General, is a highly experienced defence lawyer;
(f) the remainder must have experience in the operation of the criminal justice system.
(2) Directors are appointed by the Governor in Council on the nomination of the Attorney-General.
(3) The Board—
(a) is responsible for the management of the affairs of the Council; and
(b) may exercise the powers of the Council.
S. 108G inserted by No. 13/2003 s. 6.