Terrorism Suppression (Control Orders) Bill

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Examples of rRequirements that may be imposed

16 Examples of rRequirements that may be imposed

Requirements that a A control order may imposes on a relevant person mayonly requirements that do all or any of the following:

Examples of pProhibitions or restrictions

(a)

prohibit or restrict the relevant person from being in or at specified areas or places (for example, international ports, gun clubs, or specified residences) without Police escort:

(b)

prohibit or restrict the relevant person from leaving New Zealand or possessing passports, or other international travel documents of any kind, issued by any country:

(c)

prohibit or restrict the relevant person from communicating or associating with specified individuals, or a specified class of individuals (for example, individuals identified as being at real risk of radicalisation, or individuals identified as posing a real risk of further radicalising the relevant person):

(d)

prohibit or restrict the relevant person from disclosing or receiving specified information or otherwise dealing with specified classes of information (for example, means or methods of carrying out terrorism):

(e)

prohibit or restrict the relevant person from accessing or using, in any setting (for example, in a place of paid or voluntary work or of study), specified forms of telecommunication or other technology (whether the devices or facilities concerned are public or private) including the Internet (for example, prohibiting the relevant person from accessing the Internet except on devices known to the Police):

(f)

prohibit or restrict the relevant person from possessing or using specified articles or substances (for example, possessing terrorist propaganda material or possessing domestic chemicals above a certain quantity):

(g)

prohibit or restrict the relevant person from carrying out specified activities related to the real risk that the relevant person poses, including specified activities in respect of their work, occupation, or recreational activities:

(h)

prohibit or restrict the relevant person from holding accounts, possessing certain financial instruments, or using specified financial services:

(i)

prohibit or restrict the relevant person from transacting in property (for example, property over a certain value or transactions involving certain people):

Examples of oOther requirements

(j)

require the relevant person to reside at a specified address agreed between the relevant person and the Police (or as otherwise specified by the court) and to remain at that address between specified times each day, or on specified days (see also section 17):

(k)

require the relevant person to report to specified constables at specified times and places (for example, meeting a constable twice a week):

(l)

require the relevant person to facilitate reasonable access by the Police or their agents to premises, equipment, or information if that access is necessary for monitoring compliance with the requirements stated in the order (for example, facilitating access to search the relevant person’s residence, electronic devices, or financial accounts):

(m)

require that the relevant person allow themselves to be photographed and impressions made of their fingerprints:

(n)

require that the relevant person submits to electronic monitoring of compliance with the requirements of the control order concerned and does not tamper with, or damage, or do anything to interfere with the functioning of the electronic monitoring device (see also section 18):

(o)

require that the relevant person undertake alcohol and drug assessments, and rehabilitative or reintegrative needs assessments:

(p)

require that the relevant person, if they have given and not withdrawn their informed consent to do so, engage with specified rehabilitative services (for example, alcohol and drug treatment services) (see also section 19).