Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC 2021) Bill

Rt Hon Winston Peters

Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC 2021) Bill

Government Bill

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Contents

Commentary
Key
1Title
2Commencement
3Repeal of this Act
4Purpose
5Act prevails
6Definitions
7Act binds the Crown
8Status of examples
9Power to designate protected persons
10Purpose of this subpart
11Authority for member of Armed Forces to assist Police
12Criteria for member of Armed Forces to assist Police
13Conditions on authority
14Information required on authority
15Requirements and protections of authorised Armed Forces members
16Information sharing between Police and Armed Forces about member of Armed Forces
17Purpose of this subpart
18Authority for APEC security staff to assist Police
19Criteria for APEC security staff to assist Police
20Conditions on authority
21Information required on authority
22Identification card
23Production, inspection, and display of identification card
24Destruction or return of identity card
25APEC security staff under constable’s instruction and direction
26Information sharing between Police and employer about APEC security staff
27Commissioner must inform Minister of Police about APEC security staff
28Impersonation of constable
29Impersonation of APEC security staff
30Purpose of this subpart
31Interpretation in this subpart
32Application for authority or permit
33Authority for foreign protection officer to carry and possess specified weapons
34Maintenance, testing, and practice
35Permit for temporary importation of specified weapons by foreign protection officer
36Consultation and grounds for authority or permit
37Information required on authority
38Information required on permit
39Conditions of authority and permit
40Production and inspection
41Revocation of authority or permit: items to be removed from New Zealand
42Seizure of items for unlawful importation or unlawful carriage or possession
43Purpose of this subpart
44Place closed is security area
45Meaning of closure of security area
46Public notification of security area
47Planned closure of public place
48Planned closure of privately owned place
49Planned closure of road
50Planned closure of marine area
51Reactive closure of any place
52Route closed is secure transport route
53Meaning of closure of secure transport route
54Meaning of temporarily
55Public notification of secure transport route
56Temporary closure of land transport route
57Temporary closure of marine transport route
58Training to close secure transport route
59Constable’s permission required to enter or remain in security area or secure transport route
60Effect of closure of security area or secure transport route
61Effect of closure on rights of owners and occupiers of privately owned place or public place
62Power to prevent entry and power to remove
63Power to require identification from people wanting to enter or remain
64Power to stop or limit any activity
65Power to stop vehicles or vessels
66Power to search security area or secure transport route
67Meaning of screening
68Consent: screening and searching people and things
69No consent means power to prevent entry or remove
70Screening and searching people and things
71Searching and screening persons: requirements and incidental powers
72Seizure of items found
73Obligation to comply with requirement, condition, direction, or prohibition
74Offence to enter or remain in security area or secure transport route without permission
75Offence to breach or fail to comply with requirement, condition, direction, or prohibition
76Offence to interfere with closure of security area or secure transport route
77Offence to fail to stop (or keep stopped) a vehicle or vessel
78Purpose of this subpart
79Civil Aviation Act 1990 rules may be made about risk to security at APEC
80APEC security airspace: designation
81APEC security airspace: emergency rules
82Aircraft without person on board: power to seize, etc
83Aircraft with person on board: power to seize or detain
84Limits on detention or seizure power
85Power to prohibit, impose conditions, or direct
86Power to enter and search
87Power to require personal details, etc
88Offence to operate aircraft or do activity in breach of APEC security airspace or rule
89Offence to breach or fail to comply with requirement, condition, direction, or prohibition
90Purpose of this subpart
91Consultation requirements: Commissioner
92Authorisation of W-ECM use
93Planned use
94Reactive use
95Supply, importation, and exportation
96Conditions of authorisation
96AAdmissibility of evidential material
97Powers to use authorised W-ECM
98General penalty for offences
99Appeal to District Court
100Consequences of appeal to District Court
101Appeal to High Court on question of law
102Further appeal to Court of Appeal
103Limitation on delegation by Commissioner
104Application of this subpart
105Identification on request
106Power to use reasonable force
107Power to request assistance and to use aids
108Powers of people called to assist
109Exercise of power does not prevent other action or exercise of other power
110Application of this subpart
111Immunities
112Immunity of the Crown
113Immunities of issuing officer
114No entitlement to compensation
115Compensation for property damaged or destroyed
116Public notification
117Failure to consult does not affect decision’s validity
118Arms Act 1983 amended
119Civil Aviation Act 1990 amended
120Crimes Act 1961 amended
121Customs and Excise Act 2018 amended
122Defence Act 1990 amended
123Independent Police Conduct Authority Act 1988 amended
124Land Transport (Road User) Rule 2004 amended
125Maritime Transport Act 1994 amended
126Policing Act 2008 amended
127Radiocommunications Act 1989 amended
128Visiting Forces Act 2004 amended
129Consequential amendment
Legislative history

The Parliament of New Zealand enacts as follows: