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FREEDOM OF INFORMATION ACT 1992 - SCHEDULE 2

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        [Heading amended: No. 19 of 2010 s. 4.]

        The Governor and the Governor’s establishment.

        The Legislative Council or a member or committee of the Legislative Council.

        The Legislative Assembly or a member or committee of the Legislative Assembly.

        A joint committee or standing committee of the Legislative Council and the Legislative Assembly.

        A department of the staff of Parliament.

        The Auditor General and the Office of the Auditor General.

        The Corruption and Crime Commission.

        The Public Sector Commissioner, but only in relation to documents originating with or received by the Public Sector Commissioner in relation to his or her functions under the Corruption, Crime and Misconduct Act 2003 .

        The Director of Public Prosecutions.

        The Electoral Distribution Commissioners.

        The High Risk Serious Offenders Board.

        The Information Commissioner.

        The Inspector of Custodial Services.

        The Parliamentary Commissioner for Administrative Investigations.

        The Parliamentary Inspector of the Corruption and Crime Commission.

        The Prisoners Review Board.

        The State Solicitor, but only in relation to documents originating with or received by the State Solicitor in connection with functions under the High Risk Serious Offenders Act 2020 .

        The Supervised Release Review Board.

        The State Government Insurance Corporation 3 .

        Any Royal Commission or member of a Royal Commission.

        A special commissioner under the Criminal Investigation (Exceptional Powers) and Fortification Removal Act 2002 4 .

        The Bureau of Criminal Intelligence, Protective Services Unit, Witness Security Unit and Internal Affairs Unit of the Police Force of Western Australia.

        The Internal Investigations Unit of Corrective Services.

        A person who holds an office established under a written law for the purposes of a body referred to in this Schedule.

        [Schedule 2 amended: No. 31 of 1993 s. 44; No. 6 of 1994 s. 13; No. 36 of 1994 s. 35; No. 104 of 1994 s. 236; No. 14 of 1995 s. 44(1); No. 11 of 1996 s. 41; No. 29 of 1996 s. 26; No. 21 of 2002 s. 72; No. 48 of 2003 s. 62; No. 75 of 2003 s. 56(1); No. 78 of 2003 s. 74(2); No. 41 of 2006 s. 90; No. 43 of 2006 s. 6; No. 14 of 2014 s. 11; No. 35 of 2014 s. 33; No. 29 of 2020 s. 101.]



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