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This document provides guidelines for designing and developing an assessment tool for gathering and interpreting evidence within the assessment process. It includes instructions for both students and assessors and ensures compliance with the Principles of Assessment and the Rules of Evidence.

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The report discusses four articles related to the Act of Family Violence of 2008, with respect to the involved crime and jurisdiction. The articles cover domestic violence, murder, stalking, and wounding or grievously body harm with intent. The report provides insights into the Acts and Sections involved in these crimes and their jurisdiction in Australia.

Crime Briefing documents

This document provides guidelines for designing and developing an assessment tool for gathering and interpreting evidence within the assessment process. It includes instructions for both students and assessors and ensures compliance with the Principles of Assessment and the Rules of Evidence.

   Added on 2023-06-12

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Table of Contents
INTRODUCTION ..........................................................................................................................2
MAIN BODY...................................................................................................................................2
REFERNCES ..................................................................................................................................3
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INTRODUCTION
Crime is addressed as the any act which being of unlawful category is punishable by the
concerned state or authority. The term, crime in itself does not possess any specific definition
rather the term has been interpreted by the way of various judicial precedents (Dittmar, 2021).
Moreover, the crime has been categorised in two broad categories which are the crimes of civil
nature and criminal nature. Generally it has been elaborated as any act or offence which is of
harmful nature not only to an individual but to the society as well and which cannot be
forbidden by law. The following report discusses the four articles being related to the Act of
Family Violence of 2008, with respect to the involved crime and jurisdiction.
MAIN BODY
Article 1
Crime- The offence committed in the article is Domestic Violence and murder.
Jurisdiction- The crime has been committed in Queensland .
Act and Section- Section 302 of Criminal Code Act, 1899 and Section 8 and 23 of Domestic
and Family Protection Act, 2012
Points of proof- The essential elements which constitutes domestic violence are coercion,
physical abuse, emotional torment, economic oppression, psychological abuse, threatening
the victim, exercising dominance on the other person (victim). In the above mentioned
article, Doreen Lang ham of Queensland is being murdered by her former partner Gary Hely
against whom she was granted a protection order by the court which shows that she was
being tortured psychologically. She was burnt alive as she got trapped in her house and could
not find a way to save herself. It was found in the investigation that Ms. Lang ham called the
police officials several times. But in the mid of the night when the police arrived at her place,
she did not responded and after an hour she found dead (Daly and Mann, 2018).
Article 2
Crime- Domestic Violence and murder
Jurisdiction- Queensland
Act and Section- Section 302 of Criminal code act 1899 and Section 8 and 23 of Domestic
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