Oranga Tamariki Act 1989
Children’s and Young People’s Well-being Act 1989

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Schedule 1A Specified offences for young persons aged 17 years

ss 272, 273, 275

Schedule 1A: inserted, on 1 July 2019, by section 140 of the Children, Young Persons, and Their Families (Oranga Tamariki) Legislation Act 2017 (2017 No 31).

Offence descriptionLegislative provision
Hijacking an aircraftAviation Crimes Act 1972, section 3
Crimes in connection with hijacking (if the crime is one listed in this schedule)Aviation Crimes Act 1972, section 4
Crimes relating to aircraftAviation Crimes Act 1972, section 5
Crimes relating to international airportsAviation Crimes Act 1972, section 5A
Offences relating to chemical weaponsChemical Weapons (Prohibition) Act 1996, section 6
Using riot control agents as a method of warfareChemical Weapons (Prohibition) Act 1996, section 8
Treason Crimes Act 1961, section 74
EspionageCrimes Act 1961, section 78
PiracyCrimes Act 1961, section 92
Dealing in slavesCrimes Act 1961, section 98
Dealing in people under 18 for sexual exploitation, removal of body parts, or engagement in forced labourCrimes Act 1961, section 98AA
Smuggling migrantsCrimes Act 1961, section 98C
Trafficking in personsCrimes Act 1961, section 98D
Judicial corruptionCrimes Act 1961, section 100(1)
Corruption and bribery of Minister of the CrownCrimes Act 1961, section 102(1)
Perjury in order to procure convictionCrimes Act 1961, section 109(2)
Sexual violationCrimes Act 1961, section 128B
Sexual connection with consent induced by threatCrimes Act 1961, section 129A(1)
Sexual connection with child under 12Crimes Act 1961, section 132(1)
Compelling indecent act with animalCrimes Act 1961, section 142A
Sexual connection with a child under 12 outside New ZealandCrimes Act 1961, section 144A(1)(a)
Attempted murderCrimes Act 1961, section 173
Aiding and abetting suicideCrimes Act 1961, section 179(1)
Wounding with intent to cause grievous bodily harmCrimes Act 1961, section 188(1)
Aggravated woundingCrimes Act 1961, section 191(1)
Discharging firearm or doing dangerous act with intent to cause grievous bodily harmCrimes Act 1961, section 198(1)
Using firearm against law enforcement officer, etcCrimes Act 1961, section 198A(1)
Acid throwingCrimes Act 1961, section 199
Poisoning with intent to cause grievous bodily harmCrimes Act 1961, section 200(1)
Infecting with diseaseCrimes Act 1961, section 201
Abduction for purposes of marriage or sexual connectionCrimes Act 1961, section 208
KidnappingCrimes Act 1961, section 209
Aggravated burglaryCrimes Act 1961, section 232(1)
Aggravated robberyCrimes Act 1961, section 235
Assault with intent to robCrimes Act 1961, section 236(1)
BlackmailCrimes Act 1961, section 237
Compelling execution, etc, of documents Crimes Act 1961, section 239(1)
ArsonCrimes Act 1961, section 267(1)
Crimes against persons protected by a convention (if the crime is one listed in this schedule and Schedule 1 of the Crimes (Internationally Protected Persons, United Nations and Associated Personnel, and Hostages) Act 1980)Crimes (Internationally Protected Persons, United Nations and Associated Personnel, and Hostages) Act 1980, section 3
Hostage-takingCrimes (Internationally Protected Persons, United Nations and Associated Personnel, and Hostages) Act 1980, section 8
Act of tortureCrimes of Torture Act 1989, section 3(1)
Grave breach of Geneva Conventions or First Protocol or Third ProtocolGeneva Conventions Act 1958, section 3
GenocideInternational Crimes and International Criminal Court Act 2000, section 9
Crimes against humanityInternational Crimes and International Criminal Court Act 2000, section 10
War crimesInternational Crimes and International Criminal Court Act 2000, section 11
Crimes relating to shipsMaritime Crimes Act 1999, section 4
Crimes relating to fixed platformsMaritime Crimes Act 1999, section 5
Recruiting person to be mercenaryMercenary Activities (Prohibition) Act 2004, section 7
Using mercenaryMercenary Activities (Prohibition) Act 2004, section 8
Financing mercenaryMercenary Activities (Prohibition) Act 2004, section 9
Training prospective mercenaryMercenary Activities (Prohibition) Act 2004, section 10
Training mercenaryMercenary Activities (Prohibition) Act 2004, section 11
Mercenary taking part in hostilities or concerted act of violenceMercenary Activities (Prohibition) Act 2004, section 12
Importing into or exporting from New Zealand any Class A or Class B controlled drugMisuse of Drugs Act 1975, section 6(1)(a)
Producing or manufacturing any Class A or Class B controlled drugMisuse of Drugs Act 1975, section 6(1)(b)
Supplying or administering, or offering to supply or administer, any Class A or Class B controlled drug to any other person, or otherwise dealing in any such controlled drugMisuse of Drugs Act 1975, section 6(1)(c)
Possession of any Class A or Class B controlled drug for the purpose of supplying or administering, or offering to supply or administer, to any other person, or otherwise dealing in any such controlled drugMisuse of Drugs Act 1975, section 6(1)(f)
Conspiring to commit an offence specified in sections 6(1)(a), (b), (c), or (f) of the Misuse of Drugs Act 1975 in relation to a Class A controlled drugMisuse of Drugs Act 1975, section 6(2A)(a)
Inducing or compelling persons to provide commercial sexual services or earnings from prostitutionProstitution Reform Act 2003, section 16
Engaging in a terrorist actTerrorism Suppression Act 2002, section 6A
Terrorist bombingTerrorism Suppression Act 2002, section 7
Financing of terrorismTerrorism Suppression Act 2002, section 8
Recruiting members of terrorist groupTerrorism Suppression Act 2002, section 12
Participating in terrorist groupTerrorism Suppression Act 2002, section 13