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Crimes act 1961 section 272

Knowingly has in his or her possession

or makes any explosive substance or

any dangerous engine, instrument, or thing,

With the intent to use enable another person to use the substance, dangerous engine, instrument, or thing,

To commit an offence.

2

Crimes act 1961 section 268

Attempted arson

10 year penalty

Anyone who attempts to commit arson in respect of any immovable property, vehicle, ship or aircraft.

3

Crimes act 1961 section 267 (1)(A)

Intentionally or recklessly

Damages by fire or by means of explosion

Any property

If he or she knows or to know that a danger to life is likely to insure.

4

Crimes act 1961 section 267 (1) (B)

Intentionally or recklessly

Without claim of right

Damages by fire or by means of explosion

Any immovable property, vehicle or aircraft

In which the person has no interest.

5

Crimes act 1961 section 267(1) (C)

Intentionally

Damages by fire or by means of explosion

Any immovable property, vehicle, aircraft

With the intent to obtain benefit or to cause loss to any other person.

6

Crimes act 1961 section 267 (2) (A)

Intentionally or recklessly

And without claim of right

Damages by fire or damages by means of explosive

Any property

other than listed in section 267 (1) and which that person has no interest.

7

Crimes act 1961 section 267 (2) (B)

Intentionally or recklessly

Damages by fire or damages by means of explosive

Any property other than listed in section 267 (1)

With intent to obtain any benefit or with the intent to cause loss to any other person.

8

Crimes act section 269(1)

10 year penalty and

Intentional damage

Intentionally or recklessly

Destroys or damages

any property

If he or she knows or Ought to know that danger to life is likely to result.

9

Crimes act 1961 section 269 (2)(a)

7 year penalty

Intentional damage

Intentionally or recklessly

Without claim of right

Destroys or damages any property

In which that person has no interest

10

Crimes act 1961 section 269 (2)(b)

7 year penalty

Intentional damage

Intentionally or recklessly

Without claim of right

Destroys or damages

Any property

With intent to obtain any benefit, or with intent to cause loss to any other person

11

Crimes act 1961 section 269 (3)

7 year penalty

Intentionally

Destroys all damages

Any property

With reckless disregard for the safety of any other property

12

Definitions interest?

Interest is not defined by legislation

However the courts have held the tenancy of a property constitutes as an interest in it.

13

When conducting a pre-lim internal exam of a fire scene where should you start?

The Area of the lease damage, working towards the area of the most damage.

14

Definition of intent.

In a criminal law context there are two specific types of intention in an offence. Firstly there must be an intention to commit the act, And secondly an intention to get a specific result.

15

What is a clean path method.

When a path is created to the centre of the scene by rolling clean unused rolls of plastic were using stepping plates

And having an analyst immediately start swapping the area working outwards from the seat.

Vertical sheets of iron adjacent are often good sources of residue.

16

Why would a clean path method be used

Used for explosive scenes as residue are often slight and dissipate rapidly.

OC scene may need to authorise an expert into the centre of the scene before it has been fully examined.

17

Crimes act 1961 section 267 (3)

Intentionally

Damages by fire or means of explosive.

Any property

With reckless disregard for the safety of any other property.