Flashcards in Chapter 7: Resolving Disputes Deck (18)
What are the law enforcement agencies?
1. State police
2. Federal police
What do the Federal Police do?
Enforces federal and criminal law
Prevents crimes against Cth law
Can work overseas
What do the state police do?
Prevent unlawful acts
Role of the Australian Customs and Border Protection Service?
Prevent unlawful movement of goods across border
Role of the Australian Crime Commission?
Collect and analyse criminal intelligence data ...
Role of the Australian High Tech Crime Center?
Combat serious and complex crimes involving computer technology
Role of the Australian Security Intelligence organisation?
National security service against espionage, sobotage, political violence
What is negotiation?
Discussion between 2 or more parties in order to reach a mutually beneficial outcome. Involves considering both perspectives and a degree of compromise. Not settled by a third party
What is mediation?
-involves an independent 3rd party to help them negotiate and reach a conclusion.
- they don't provide advice as they are not an expert in the subject area, only in mediation.
What is conciliation?
The conciliator advises the parties, not like a mediator
What is arbitration?
Independent third party
When they want a confidential process
Specified by a contract
What are the non legal methods of challenging power?
Members of parliament
What are he legal methods of challenging state power?
What is an internal review?
Ok NSW government department can review their own procedures and behaviours
What is a tribunal?(external review)
They review the admin decisions of government agencies
Eg. Administrative decisions tribunal
They aren't bound by rules of evidence and so can take into account a variety of factors
Have narrow jurisdiction
What is a privacy body? (External review)
Laws that prevent info of the individual getting out
What do the courts do and are the effective in challenging power? (External review)
They can review admin decisions - judicial review