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CRIMINAL PROCEDURE ACT 2009 - SCHEDULE 2

Schedule 2––Indictable offences that may
be heard and determined summarily

Section 28(1)

        1     Common law

    1.1     Offences at common law of conspiracy to cheat and defraud, if the amount or value of the property or the financial advantage alleged to be involved does not in the judgment of the court exceed $100 000.

    1.2     Offences at common law of conspiracy to defraud, if the amount or value of the property or the financial advantage alleged to be involved does not in the judgment of the court exceed $100 000.

        2     Aboriginal Heritage Act 2006

    2.1     Indictable offences under the Aboriginal Heritage Act 2006 .

        3     Assisted Reproductive Treatment Act 2008

    3.1     Indictable offences under the Assisted Reproductive Treatment Act 2008 .

Sch. 2 item 3AA inserted by No. 21/2017 s. 112.

        3AA     Building Act 1993

    3AA.1     Indictable offences under the Building Act 1993 .

Sch. 2 item 3A inserted by No. 13/2009 s. 79 (as amended by No. 68/2009 s. 97(Sch. item 14.10)).

        3A     Bus Safety Act 2009

Indictable offences under the Bus Safety Act 2009 .

Sch. 2 item 3B inserted by No. 54/2014 s. 16.

        3B     Crime Statistics Act 2014

Offences under section 9 of the Crime Statistics Act 2014 .

        4     Crimes Act 1958

    4.1         Offences under section 17 of the Crimes Act 1958 (causing serious injury recklessly).

    4.2     Offences under section 27 of the Crimes Act 1958 (extortion with threat to kill).

Sch. 2 item 4.2A inserted by No. 74/2014 s. 15(2).

    4.2A     Offences under section 42 of the Crimes Act 1958 (assault with intent to commit a sexual offence).

Sch. 2 item 4.3 substituted by No. 47/2016 s. 37(13).

    4.3     Offences under section 54 of the Crimes Act 1958 (occupier etc. permitting unlawful sexual penetration) inserted in the Crimes Act 1958 on 5 August 1991 by section 3 of the Crimes (Sexual Offences) Act 1991 and repealed by section 16 of the Crimes Amendment (Sexual Offences) Act 2016 .

    4.4     Offences under section 74 of the Crimes Act 1958 (theft), if—

        (a)     the amount or value of the property alleged to have been stolen does not in the judgment of the court exceed $100 000; or

        (b)     the property alleged to have been stolen is a motor vehicle.

    4.5     Offences under section 75 of the Crimes Act 1958 (robbery), if the amount or value of the property alleged to have been stolen does not in the judgment of the court exceed $100 000.

    4.6     Offences under section 76 of the Crimes Act 1958 (burglary), if the offence involves an intent to steal property the amount or value of which does not in the judgment of the court exceed $100 000.

    4.7     Offences under section 77 of the Crimes Act 1958 (aggravated burglary), if the offence involves an intent to steal property the amount or value of which does not in the judgment of the court exceed $100 000.

    4.8     Offences under section 78 of the Crimes Act 1958 (removal of articles from places open to the public), if the amount or value of the article alleged to have been removed does not in the judgment of the court exceed $100 000.

Sch. 2 item 4.8A inserted by No. 50/2016 s. 8.

    4.8A     Offences under section 79 of the Crimes Act 1958 (carjacking).

    4.9     Offences under section 81 of the Crimes Act 1958 (obtaining property by deception), if the amount or value of the property alleged to have been obtained does not in the judgment of the court exceed $100 000.

    4.10     Offences under section 82 of the Crimes Act 1958 (obtaining financial advantage by deception), if the amount or value of the financial advantage alleged to have been obtained does not in the judgment of the court exceed $100 000.

    4.11     Offences under section 83 of the Crimes Act 1958 (false accounting), if the amount or value of the alleged gain or loss does not in the judgment of the court exceed $100 000.

    4.12     Offences under section 86 of the Crimes Act 1958 (suppression, etc. of documents), if the amount or value of the alleged gain or loss does not in the judgment of the court exceed $100 000.

    4.13     Offences under section 88 of the Crimes Act 1958 (handling stolen goods), if—

        (a)     the stolen goods alleged to have been handled are a motor vehicle; or

        (b)     in any other case, the amount or value of the stolen goods alleged to have been handled does not in the judgment of the court exceed $100 000.

    4.14     Offences under section 176 of the Crimes Act 1958 (receipt or solicitation of secret commission by agent), if the amount or value of the valuable consideration received, solicited, given or offered does not in the judgment of the court exceed $100 000.

    4.15     Offences under section 178 of the Crimes Act 1958 (giving or receiving false or misleading receipt or account), if the amount or value of the valuable consideration received or given does not in the judgment of the court exceed $100 000.

    4.16     Offences under section 179 of the Crimes Act 1958 (gift or receipt of secret commission in return for advice given), if the amount or value of the valuable consideration received or given does not in the judgment of the court exceed $100 000.

    4.17     Offences under section 180 of the Crimes Act 1958 (secret commission to trustee in return for substituted appointment), if the amount or value of the valuable consideration received or given does not in the judgment of the court exceed $100 000.

    4.18     Offences under section 181 of the Crimes Act 1958 (aiding and abetting offences within or outside Victoria), if the amount or value of the valuable consideration received or given does not in the judgment of the court exceed $100 000.

    4.19     Offences under section 191 of the Crimes Act 1958 (fraudulently inducing persons to invest money).

    4.20     Offences under section 194(1) or (2) of the Crimes Act 1958 (dealing with proceeds of crime), if—

        (a)     the property alleged to have been dealt with is a motor vehicle; or

        (b)     in any other case, the amount or value of the proceeds of crime alleged to have been dealt with does not in the judgment of the court exceed $100 000.

    4.21         Offences under section 195A(1) of the Crimes Act 1958 (dealing with property which subsequently becomes an instrument of crime), if the amount or value of the property alleged to have been dealt with does not in the judgment of the court exceed $100 000.

    4.22     Offences under section 197(1) or (3) of the Crimes Act 1958 (destroying or damaging property) (including offences charged as arson), if the amount or value of the property alleged to be destroyed or damaged does not in the judgment of the court exceed $100 000.

    4.23     Offences under section 198 of the Crimes Act 1958 (threats to destroy or damage property), if the amount or value of the property alleged to be threatened to be destroyed or damaged does not in the judgment of the court exceed $100 000.

    4.24     Offences under section 199 of the Crimes Act 1958 (possessing anything with intent to destroy or damage property), if the amount or value of the property alleged to be intended to be destroyed or damaged does not in the judgment of the court exceed $100 000.

    4.25     Offences under section 247B of the Crimes Act 1958 (computer offences), if the maximum penalty does not exceed level 5 imprisonment.

    4.26     Offences under section 314 of the Crimes Act 1958 (perjury).

    4.27     Offences under section 321G of the Crimes Act 1958 (incitement) which are alleged to have been committed in relation to an indictable offence to which section 28(1) of this Act applies.

    4.28     Offences under section 321M of the Crimes Act 1958 (attempt) which are alleged to have been committed in relation to an indictable offence to which section 28(1) of this Act applies.

    4.29     Offences under section 325 of the Crimes Act 1958 (accessories) which are alleged to have been committed in relation to a serious indictable offence (within the meaning of that section) to which section 28(1) of this Act applies.

    4.30     Offences under section 326(1) of the Crimes Act 1958 (concealing offences for benefit) which are alleged to have been committed in relation to a serious indictable offence (within the meaning of that section) to which section 28(1) of this Act applies.

        5     Dangerous Goods Act 1985

    5.1     Indictable offences under the Dangerous Goods Act 1985 .

        6     Drugs, Poisons and Controlled Substances Act 1981

    6.1         Indictable offences under the Drugs, Poisons and Controlled Substances Act 1981 , except for offences against sections 71, 71AA, 72 and 72A and offences against the following provisions as in force before the commencement of the Drugs, Poisons and Controlled Substances (Amendment) Act 2001

        (a)     section 71(1) where the alleged offence is committed in relation to a quantity of a drug of dependence that is not less than the commercial quantity applicable to that drug of dependence;

        (b)     section 72(1) where the alleged offence is committed in relation to a quantity of a drug of dependence, being a narcotic plant, that is not less than the commercial quantity applicable to that narcotic plant.

        7     Electricity Industry Act 2000

    7.1     Offences under section 93A(1) or (2) of the Electricity Industry Act 2000 .

    7.2     Offences by a body corporate under section 97(7) of the Electricity Industry Act 2000 .

    7.3     Offences under section 97(11) of the Electricity Industry Act 2000 .

        8     Electricity Safety Act 1998

    8.1     Offences under section 141A of the Electricity Safety Act 1998 , but the maximum penalty that the court may impose on a body corporate is 10 000 penalty units.

        9     Environment Protection Act 1970

    9.1             Indictable offences under the Environment Protection Act 1970 , but if there are 2 or more accused, one of whom is a natural person charged under section 66B of that Act and one of whom is a body corporate, and the charges must be heard together, the maximum fine that the court may impose on the natural person in respect of a single offence is 2500 penalty units.

Note

See section 56 as to when charges must be heard together.

        10     Equipment (Public Safety) Act 1994

    10.1     Indictable offences under the Equipment (Public Safety) Act 1994 .

        11     Firearms Act 1996

    11.1     Offences under section 5(1A) of the Firearms Act 1996 (offence for prohibited person to possess, carry or use unregistered firearm).

    11.2     Offences under section 7B(2) of the Firearms Act 1996 (offence to possess, carry or use an unregistered category E handgun).

        12     Food Act 1984

    12.1     Indictable offences under the Food Act 1984 .

        13     Gas Industry Act 2001

    13.1     Offences under section 149A(1) or (2) of the Gas Industry Act 2001 .

    13.2     Offences by a body corporate under section 208(5) of the Gas Industry Act 2001 .

    13.3     Offences under section 210(1) of the Gas Industry Act 2001 .

        14     Gas Safety Act 1997

    14.1     Offences under section 107 of the Gas Safety Act 1997 , but the maximum penalty that the court may impose on a body corporate is 10 000 penalty units.

        15     Health Records Act 2001

    15.1     Indictable offences under the Health Records Act 2001 .

        16     Heritage Act 1995

    16.1         Indictable offences under the Heritage Act 1995 .

Sch. 2 item 17 repealed by No. 60/2014 s. 140(Sch.  3 item 10.1).

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        18     Juries Act 2000

    18.1     Indictable offences under the Juries Act 2000 .

        19     Major Sporting Events Act 2009

    19.1     Indictable offences under the Major Sporting Events Act 2009 .

Sch. 2 item 19A inserted by No. 65/2010 s. 420(Sch.  3 item 4).

        19A     Marine Safety Act 2010

    19A.1     Indictable offences under the Marine Safety Act 2010 .

        20     Occupational Health and Safety Act 2004

    20.1     Indictable offences under the Occupational Health and Safety Act 2004 .

Sch. 2 item 21 repealed by No. 37/2014 s. 10(Sch. item 41.9(a)).

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Sch. 2 item 21A inserted by No. 57/2014 s. 150.

        21A     Powers of Attorney Act 2014

    21A.1     Offences under section 135(1), (2) or (3) of the Powers of Attorney Act 2014 .

        22     Pollution of Waters by Oil and Noxious Substances Act 1986

    22.1     Indictable offences under the Pollution of Waters by Oil and Noxious Substances Act 1986 , but subject to section 24C of that Act.

Sch. 2 item 22A inserted by No. 60/2014 s. 140(Sch.  3 item 10.2).

        22A     Privacy and Data Protection Act 2014

    22A.1     Indictable offences under the Privacy and Data Protection Act 2014 .

        23     Prohibition of Human Cloning for Reproduction Act 2008

    23.1     Indictable offences under the Prohibition of Human Cloning for Reproduction Act 2008 .

Sch. 2 item 24 (Heading) substituted by No. 63/2010 s. 81(Sch. item 5.1).

        24     Sex Work Act 1994

Sch. 2 item 24.1 amended by No. 63/2010 s. 81(Sch. item 5.2).

    24.1     Offences under section 6(1) of the Sex Work Act 1994 (obtaining payment for sexual services provided by a child).

Sch. 2 item 24.2 amended by No. 63/2010 s. 81(Sch. item 5.2).

    24.2     Offences under section 7(1) of the Sex Work Act 1994 (agreement for provision of sexual services by a child).

Sch. 2 item 25 substituted by No. 22/2013 s. 80.

        25     Rail Safety (Local Operations) Act 2006

    25.1     Indictable offences under the Rail Safety (Local Operations) Act 2006 .

Sch. 2 item 25A inserted by No. 22/2013 s. 80.

        25A     Rail Safety National Law (Victoria)

    25A.1     Indictable offences under the Rail Safety National Law (Victoria).

        26     Research Involving Human Embryos Act 2008

    26.1     Indictable offences under the Research Involving Human Embryos Act 2008 .

        27     Road Management Act 2004

    27.1     Indictable offences under the Road Management Act 2004 .

        28     Tobacco Act 1987

    28.1     Indictable offences under the Tobacco Act 1987 .

        29     Transport Act 1983

    29.1     Indictable offences under the Transport Act 1983 .

Sch. 2 item 29A inserted by No. 37/2014 s. 10(Sch. item 41.9(b)).

        29A     Victoria Police Act 2013

    29A.1     Offences under section 228 of the Victoria Police Act 2013 .

        30     Water Act 1989

    30.1     Indictable offences under the Water Act 1989 .

        31     Water Industry Act 1994

    31.1     Indictable offences under the Water Industry Act 1994 .



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