PJCAAD

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PJCAADParliamentary Joint Committee on ASIO (Australian Security Intelligence Organization), ASIS (Australian Secret Intelligence Service) and DSD (Defense Signals Directorate) (Australia)
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(152) Similar comments were made by the PJCAAD in a 2005 report.
(157) However, in 2005, the PJCAAD reported that a Prescribed Authority had refused permission for questioning to be stopped so that the subject of the warrant could make a complaint to the IGIS (who was not present at the time).
(168) The PJCAAD's 2005 report demonstrates that questioning is typically spread 'over a number of days.' (169) and people tend to be questioned from early in the morning until late in the afternoon.
(77) Attorney-General's Department, Submission No 102 to PJCAAD, Review of Division 3 of Part III of the ASIO Act 1979--Questioning and Detention Powers, 22 June 2005, 20.
(78) See also PJCAAD, Questioning and Detention Powers, above n 25, 36-7 [2.33].
(82) PJCAAD, Questioning and Detention Powers, above n 25, 36 [2.31], citing Attorney-General's Department, Submission No 102, above n 77, 20.
See PJCAAD, Advisory Report, above n 6, 22-3, 32; Hocking, above n 8, 227.
(120) This overlap has been criticised for creating confusion about the rights and obligations of persons subject to a warrant: PJCAAD, Questioning and Detention Powers, above n 25, 38.
(100) PJCAAD, Parliament of Australia, An Advisory Report on the Australian Security Intelligence Organisation Legislation Amendment (Terrorism) Bill 2002 (2002) app D.
(106) Senate Legal and Constitutional Legislation Committee, Security Legislation Amendment (Terrorism) Bill 2002 [No 2], above n 99; PJCAAD, An Advisory Report, above n 100; Senate Legal and Constitutional References Committee, above n 101.
(109) PJCAAD, An Advisory Report, above n 100, 33-5; Senate Legal and Constitutional References Committee, above n 101, 50-4; PJCAAD, ASIO's Questioning and Detention Powers, above n 8, 45-54.
(110) PJCAAD, An Advisory Report, above n 100, 40-5; Senate Legal and Constitutional References Committee, above n 101, 58-5.