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Parliamentary Joint Committee on Law Enforcement

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Parliamentary Joint Committee on Law Enforcement

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PJCEF

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06 Sep 2017

This report's focus is on law enforcement, or supply reduction measures to address crystal methamphetamine. This report is cognisant of the work done by the NIT and the NIAS. For this reason, this report's primary aim is to build upon, and provide recommendations that complement the work of the...

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18 Jul 2017

On 2 December 2015, the Parliamentary Joint Committee on Law Enforcement (the committee) initiated an inquiry into human trafficking, which lapsed at the end of the 44th Parliament. The committee had received a number of submissions to the inquiry at the time the inquiry lapsed.

On 12...

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23 Jul 2013

This report makes several recommendations to help achieve a public safety mobile broadband network.

On 28 May 2013, the Parliamentary Joint Committee on Law Enforcement (the committee) self-referred an inquiry into spectrum for public safety mobile broadband.

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15 May 2013

This report brings to light legislative, technological, resource and cultural impediments to the effective gathering and use of criminal intelligence in Australia.

 

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06 Sep 2017

This report's focus is on law enforcement, or supply reduction measures to address crystal methamphetamine. This report is cognisant of the work done by the NIT and the NIAS. For this reason, this report's primary aim is to build upon, and provide recommendations that complement the work of the...

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18 Jul 2017

On 2 December 2015, the Parliamentary Joint Committee on Law Enforcement (the committee) initiated an inquiry into human trafficking, which lapsed at the end of the 44th Parliament. The committee had received a number of submissions to the inquiry at the time the inquiry lapsed.

On 12...

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