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Release date: Fri 28 September 2007
Last updated: Thu 1 November 2018
- The purposes of the Major Crime (Investigative Powers) Act are:
a) to provide for a regime for the authorisation and oversight of the use of coercive powers to investigate and prosecute organised crime offences; and
b) to combat and reduce the incidence of organised crime offences.
- The Chief Examiner and Examiners appointed under the Act have responsibility for exercising coercive powers strictly in accordance with the Act.
- The Office of the Chief Examiner performs a separate and distinct function to that of the Chief Examiner. The Office is staffed by police officers and Victoria Police employees. They comprise a multi-disciplinary team of investigators, lawyers, intelligence staff and administration support.
Last Update: Fri 28 September 2007 | Copyright © 2006 Chief Examiner. All rights reserved.