It is expected that New Zealand’s, Mongrel Mob, will be declared an ‘identified organisation’, under the Serious and Organised Crime Legislation Amendment Act 2016 The declaration comes following purported intelligence gathered by the Police Commissioner advising that there is evidence of Mongrel Mob activity in Queensland. The power to declare the gang an identified organisation is an unfettered discretion of the executive branch and is not the subject of any judicial scrutiny.
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Bikie Laws amendments to the Liquor Act. The State Government has introduced changes to the Liquor Act 1992. The Government has declared 26 motor cycle gangs as Declared Criminal Organisations. The bikie laws amends the Liquor Act by imposing restrictions on the ability of patrons of liquor licensed premises to wear clothing and other paraphernalia highlighting their affiliation with a criminal motor cycle gang. Declared Criminal Organisation Under the amendments a member of a declared criminal organisation commits and offence if they are wearing a prohibited item on licensed premises. A prohibited item includes an item of clothing or jewellery or another accessory associated with a criminal organisation or other form of […]
New Qld Bikie Laws New Qld Bikie laws have been introduced targeting the illegal activities of criminal gangs in Queensland. The reforms introduce new offences, increased penalties, enhanced powers for Police and the Crime and Misconduct Commission, and stricter bail laws. Liquor Act Changes Changes have been made to the Liquor Act 1992 to prohibit people from entering or remaining on premises, subject to a licence or permit under the Liquor Act, if they are wearing or carrying certain prohibited items (outlined below) which are associated with a declared criminal organisation. It also places obligations on licensees/permittees, approved managers, employees and agents of licensees/permittees that they not knowingly allow anyone wearing or carrying the prohibited […]
Criminal motorcycle gang members will face mandatory jail terms of up to 25 years as part of a range of new and increased penalties to be introduced in Parliament by the Newman Government today. Under our Vicious Lawless Association Disestablishment Bill, criminal gang members convicted of certain offences will be declared ‘vicious lawless associates’ and hit with an extra 15 years mandatory jail time on top of their sentence. A further mandatory term of 10 years will apply if the offender is an office bearer of the criminal organisation. Tattoo parlours will also require licenses from next year. Current and prospective proprietors will need to be fit and proper persons and will undergo […]
A special ultra-secure facility at Woodford Correctional Centre will house the highest risk members of criminal motorcycle gangs. In prison, criminal motorcycle gang members will face: Restricted hours out of their cell (potentially as little as one hour a day) Increased drug testing Frequent, proactive cell searches Only one hour non-contact visits with family members per week No TVs in their cells No access to gymnasium facilities All phone calls, other than to legal representatives, will be monitored by intelligence staff Mail to be opened, searched and censored.