66B Person in possession of firearm, etc, must give identifying information to Police

(1)

A person in possession of any arms item or ammunition must, on demand, give their full name, address, and date of birth to any member of the Police who is in uniform or who produces evidence that they are a member of the Police.

(2)

If any person refuses to give their name, address, or date of birth, or gives false particulars about their name, address, or date of birth, a constable—

(a)

may caution that person; and

(b)

if that person persists in the refusal or fails or continues to refuse to give the correct particulars, may arrest the person without warrant.

(3)

A person commits an offence and is liable on conviction to imprisonment for a term not exceeding 6 months, or to a fine not exceeding $10,000, if the person, in response to a demand under subsection (1) or (2),—

(a)

without reasonable excuse, refuses to give their name, address, or date of birth; or

(b)

willingly gives false particulars about their name, address, or date of birth.

Section 66B: inserted, on 25 June 2020, by section 95 of the Arms Legislation Act 2020 (2020 No 23).