NSW HEALTH POLICY

The healthcare provider Healthcare providers will clearly explain to the patient his or her condition, the proposed treatment, the material risks and the alternatives. Patients and/or their carers will be given ample time to ask questions about the suggested treatment, the risks involved and alternative choices. The patient Patients should ensure that all questions have Read More …

Mask Exemptions NSW

Exemptions When you can remove your mask A person may remove their mask if they are: eating or drinking communicating with another person who is deaf or hard of hearing at work and the nature of the work makes the wearing of a fitted face covering a risk to the person’s, or another persons’ health Read More …

NSW POLICE CODE OF CONDUCT

The failure of NSW Police Force employees to meet the professional conduct standards established in these documents poses a significant risk for employees individually as well as the organisation. As an individual, misconduct demonstrates an inability to act ethically and undermines the capacity to perform effectively while putting ones professional future at risk. Misconduct also Read More …

NSW HEALTH CODE OF CONDUCT

MANDATORY REQUIREMENTS All employees, contractors, volunteers, students, researchers and persons undertaking or delivering training or education in NSW Health must abide by the Code of Conduct and the core values and principles that it promotes. Everyone working in NSW Health should expect to be treated, and must treat others, with respect, dignity and fairness. High Read More …

Have You Taken your Oath of Allegiance to the Correct Monarch ~ Your Honour~???

    Oaths are integral to the effective administration of justice in New South Wales. Any improper or dishonest conduct relating to oaths is therefore treated very seriously by the criminal justice system. The Oaths Act 1900 (NSW) prescribes a range of criminal offences for improperly making and administering oaths, affirmations, declarations and affidavits. Those Read More …

SENTENCING ACT ~ “Dismiss the Charge”

Below is a collection of provisions of each of the States and Territories Sentencing Acts to allow one to have a charge dismissed without recording a conviction.     Victoria SENTENCING ACT 1991 – SECT 76 Unconditional dismissal A court, on being satisfied that a person is guilty of an offence, may (without recording a Read More …

Police Powers NSW

The following information may help you to understand the powers and what rights and responsibilities you have in different situations. A police officer may use as much force as is necessary to arrest you. Unreasonable force is an assault. After arrest, a police officer may handcuff you if for example you attempt to escape or the Read More …

Birth Certificate Content Review

The New South Wales Registry of Births Deaths and Marriages (“the Registry”) is reviewing the content of birth certificates. Birth certificates have appeared in their current format (Appendix 1) for many decades, with only minor changes to content during that time. This review is being undertaken for the following reasons: Changes in how birth certificates Read More …