Advising the NSW Parliament of the possible impacts (or

Assignment Detail:- Question: The Part 1 & Part 2 documents collectively make up the 2006 NSW Ombudsman Report into the laws regarding the use of drug detection dogs by NSW police- This is considered the most comprehensive study into this aspect of policing that has ever been undertaken in this state- The statutory review delved into the effectiveness of laws governing the warrantless use of sniffer dogs- NSW police began using drug dogs in the lead up to the 2000 Sydney Olympics- The regulations set out in the 2001 Act came into effect in February 2002- And since December 2005, these powers fall under the Law Enforcement -Powers and Responsibilities- Act 2002 -NSW-, also known as the LEPRA- Students are encouraged to use this report as part of their Analysis Report -Assessment 3B-- This report is not considered an "academic/scholarly source" but can be used as a source in both Assessment 3A & Assessment 3B- Similarly, in 2019 the NSW Coroner held an Inquest into the deaths of six patrons at a number of Music Festivals deemed to be drug related- Read from 99 onwards in relation to the issue of Drug Detection Dogs- Your task: Based on the proposed amendment, write a 1250-word ‘report' -±10% leniency- advising the NSW Parliament of the possible impacts -or consequences- on the NSW criminal justice system of the amendment - Your report should include:1- A concise introduction outlining the purpose of the report & whether the stakeholder agrees/disagrees with the amendment, this position should be the same as that taken in your task case study plan-2- A detailed background of the legislation and why it is being reviewed for amendment3- Evaluation of three impacts -or consequences- on the criminal justice system4- Conclusion that reinforces the stakeholders position on the amendment5- Use at least five -5- peer-reviewed sources to support your report -reports, legislation, newspaper articles are not included in these five sources-- Recommended structure• A report format is encouraged-• Students can use headings and subheadings-• Students should consider using charts/tables and other visual aids to present information -eg, statistics--• Should have a strong introduction, contents and conclusion-• Must have a reference list that adheres to the Western Sydney University Referencing Guide-• You should refer to the marking rubric before, during and after drafting and completing their case study plan to ensure you have addressed the assessment requirements- The purpose of this assessment is to help students consolidate their knowledge on criminal justice using a contemporary criminal justice issue-

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