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1 Australian Standard Offence Classification (Queensland Extension) (QASOC) 2008 Office of Economic and Statistical Research

2 ISBN Australian Standard Offence Classification Commonwealth of Australia Queensland extension to the classification Queensland Government The Australian Standard Offence Classification has been developed by the Australian Bureau of Statistics. The sections of this work reproduced here are copyright to the Commonwealth of Australia. It is used with permission. More detail can be found in the national publication (ABS Cat. no ). Additional material has been developed by the Office of Economic and Statistical Research for use by Queensland agencies. This material is copyright to the Queensland Government. Enquiries For information about the Australian Standard Offence Classification and related statistics, contact the National Information and Referral Service (ABS) on For further information on the Queensland extension to the classification, contact the Statistical Coordinator (OESR) on Brisbane (07)

3 CONTENTS Preface...v List of abbreviations...vi Introduction to the Australian Standard Offence Classification (Queensland extension) Structure Definitions Appendixes Background...1 The Queensland extension...1 This document...1 Supplementary codes...1 Further information...2 Divisions, Subdivisions, Groups and Subgroups Homicide and related offences Acts intended to cause injury Sexual assault and related offences Dangerous or negligent acts endangering persons Abduction, harassment and other offences against the person Robbery, extortion and related offences Unlawful entry with intent / burglary, break and enter Theft and related offences Fraud, deception and related offences Illicit drug offences Prohibited and regulated weapons and explosives offences Property damage and environmental pollution Public order offences Traffic and vehicle regulatory offences Offences against justice procedures, government security and government operations Miscellaneous offences Alphabetical Index Numerical Index Australian Standard Offence Classification (Queensland Extension) 2008 iii

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5 PREFACE This Queensland extension to the Australian Standard Offence Classification has been developed and revised by the Office of Economic and Statistical Research for use by criminal justice agencies in Queensland. The national classification was developed in 1997, and revised in 2008, by the Australian Bureau of Statistics. The Queensland extension provides a greater level of detail in certain parts of the classification. It is intended for use in the compilation, analysis and publication of crime and justice statistics by Queensland agencies. Development of the Queensland extension was a joint project involving key agencies, namely the Queensland Police Service, the Department of Justice and Attorney-General, the Department of Community Safety, the Department of Communities and the Department of Premier and Cabinet. This second edition of the Queensland extension follows the revision of the national classification, and was completed in consultation with these same agencies as well as the Australian Bureau of Statistics. Changes to the Queensland extension have been made in response to changes to the national classification. The participation and assistance of these agencies is gratefully acknowledged. Dr Peter Crossman Government Statistician May 2009 Australian Standard Offence Classification (Queensland Extension) 2008 v

6 LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS ABS OESR ASOC Australian Bureau of Statistics Office of Economic and Statistical Research Australian Standard Offence Classification QASOC Australian Standard Offence Classification (Queensland Extension) EFTPOS Electronic funds transfer at point of sale nec not elsewhere classified vi Australian Standard Offence Classification (Queensland Extension) 2008

7 Introduction to the Australian Standard Offence Classification (Queensland extension) Background The Queensland extension The Australian Standard Offence Classification (ASOC) provides a uniform national statistical framework for classifying offences for use by criminal justice agencies in Australia. It was developed by the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) in consultation with criminal justice agencies and was first released in 1997 (ABS Cat. no ). As part of the process of implementing ASOC, Queensland agencies have developed an extended version of the classification. This has been done to allow a number of distinctions to be made which are considered important by Queensland agencies. The Queensland extension adds a fourth level to the three-level national classification. In addition to the levels of division, subdivision and group, the Queensland version contains a subgroup level. The code at this level is the fourdigit group code with a fifth digit appended. For groups which were not subdivided, the subgroup name is the same as that of the group and the fifth digit is a 1. Residual subgroups have codes ending in 9 and most have (remainder) in the name. This document This document follows the national classification in content and layout. The structure of the classification shows the divisions, subdivisions and groups as given in the national classification as well as the subgroups of the Queensland extension. The definitions (and lists of inclusions and exclusions) for the divisions, subdivisions and groups are reproduced from the national standard and appear in the left-hand column. Definitions (and lists of inclusions and exclusions) for the subgroups appear in the right-hand column. The alphabetical index gives the appropriate subgroup code for offences described in words. It includes additional entries not given in the national publication. The numerical index contains the same information in order of QASOC code. Supplementary codes When the data provided are inadequate to allow a five-digit subgroup to be allocated, a supplementary code may be applied. Supplementary codes may be generated by taking a four-digit group code and adding a single zero to it to make a five-digit code. In any instances where a group cannot be selected, the most suitable subdivision (or division) is selected and two (or three) zeroes are appended to its code to make a five-digit code. The name used for these supplementary codes is the name of the group (or subdivision or division) followed by not further defined. If the data provided cannot be assigned to any ASOC division, then the five-digit code of can be used. If no data at all are provided, then the five-digit code of can be used. These codes correspond to the four-digit codes (9999 and 9998 respectively) given in the national classification. Australian Standard Offence Classification (Queensland Extension)

8 Further information The explanatory notes included in the revised national publication and the coding guidelines issued by ABS in August 2008 also apply to the revised Queensland extension. For more information about the Queensland extension contact: Statistical Coordinator Office of Economic and Statistical Research (07) Australian Standard Offence Classification (Queensland Extension) 2008

9 DIVISIONS, SUBDIVISIONS, GROUPS AND SUBGROUPS 01 HOMICIDE AND RELATED OFFENCES SUBDIVISION 011 MURDER 0111 Murder Murder SUBDIVISION 012 ATTEMPTED MURDER 0121 Attempted murder Attempted murder SUBDIVISION 013 MANSLAUGHTER AND DRIVING CAUSING DEATH 0131 Manslaughter Manslaughter by driving Aiding suicide Killing unborn child Manslaughter (remainder) 0132 Driving causing death Driving causing death 02 ACTS INTENDED TO CAUSE INJURY SUBDIVISION 021 ASSAULT 0211 Serious assault resulting in injury Assault occasioning grievous bodily harm Torture Wounding Assault occasioning actual bodily harm Serious assault resulting in injury (remainder) 0212 Serious assault not resulting in injury Assault police Assault with intent to commit indictable offence Serious assault not resulting in injury (remainder) 0213 Common assault Common assault SUBDIVISION 029 OTHER ACTS INTENDED TO CAUSE INJURY 0291 Stalking Stalking 0299 Other acts intended to cause injury, nec Administer harmful substances Other acts intended to cause injury, nec (remainder) 03 SEXUAL ASSAULT AND RELATED OFFENCES SUBDIVISION 031 SEXUAL ASSAULT 0311 Aggravated sexual assault Rape Attempted rape Assault with intent to commit rape Carnal knowledge of children Maintaining a sexual relationship with a child Indecent treatment of a child Incest Indecent treatment (consent proscribed) Aggravated sexual assault (remainder) 0312 Non-aggravated sexual assault Non-aggravated sexual assault Australian Standard Offence Classification (Queensland Extension)

10 SUBDIVISION 032 NON-ASSAULTIVE SEXUAL OFFENCES 0321 Non-assaultive sexual offences against a child Non-assaultive sexual offences against a child 0322 Child pornography offences Child pornography offences 0323 Sexual servitude offences Sexual servitude offences 0329 Non-assaultive sexual offences, nec Perform an indecent act with intent Non-assaultive sexual offences, nec (remainder) 04 DANGEROUS OR NEGLIGENT ACTS ENDANGERING PERSONS SUBDIVISION 041 DANGEROUS OR NEGLIGENT OPERATION OF A VEHICLE 0411 Drive under the influence of alcohol or other substance Drive under the influence of alcohol or other substance 0412 Dangerous or negligent operation (driving) of a vehicle Dangerous driving Driving causing grievous bodily harm Driving without due care and attention SUBDIVISION 049 OTHER DANGEROUS OR NEGLIGENT ACTS ENDANGERING PERSONS 0491 Neglect or ill-treatment of person under care Child neglect Neglect or ill-treatment of person under care (remainder) 0499 Other dangerous or negligent acts endangering persons, nec Dangerous or negligent act involving aircraft Dangerous or negligent act involving railways Dangerous or negligent act involving other transport Going armed to cause fear Other dangerous or negligent acts endangering persons, nec (remainder) 05 ABDUCTION, HARASSMENT AND OTHER OFFENCES AGAINST THE PERSON SUBDIVISION 051 ABDUCTION AND KIDNAPPING 0511 Abduction and kidnapping Abduction Kidnapping Child-stealing Abduction and kidnapping (remainder) SUBDIVISION 052 DEPRIVATION OF LIBERTY / FALSE IMPRISONMENT 0521 Deprivation of liberty / false imprisonment Deprivation of liberty / false imprisonment SUBDIVISION 053 HARASSMENT AND THREATENING BEHAVIOUR 0531 Harassment and private nuisance Nuisance telephone calls Harassment and private nuisance (remainder) 0532 Threatening behaviour Threatening behaviour 4 Australian Standard Offence Classification (Queensland Extension) 2008

11 06 ROBBERY, EXTORTION AND RELATED OFFENCES SUBDIVISION 061 ROBBERY 0611 Aggravated robbery Armed robbery Aggravated unarmed robbery 0612 Non-aggravated robbery Non-aggravated robbery SUBDIVISION 062 BLACKMAIL AND EXTORTION 0621 Blackmail and Extortion Blackmail and extortion 07 UNLAWFUL ENTRY WITH INTENT / BURGLARY, BREAK AND ENTER SUBDIVISION 071 UNLAWFUL ENTRY WITH INTENT / BURGLARY, BREAK AND ENTER 0711 Unlawful entry with intent / burglary, break and enter Break and enter dwelling, without violence or threats Enter dwelling with intent, without violence or threats Break and enter dwelling, with violence or threats Enter dwelling with intent, with violence or threats Break and enter shop Enter shop with intent Break and enter other building Enter other building with intent 08 THEFT AND RELATED OFFENCES SUBDIVISION 081 MOTOR VEHICLE THEFT AND RELATED OFFENCES 0811 Theft of a motor vehicle Theft of a motor vehicle 0812 Illegal use of a motor vehicle Illegal use of a motor vehicle 0813 Theft of motor vehicle parts or contents Theft of motor vehicle parts or contents SUBDIVISION 082 THEFT (EXCEPT MOTOR VEHICLES) 0821 Theft from a person (excluding by force) Theft from a host Theft from a person (excluding by force) (remainder) 0822 Theft of intellectual property Theft of intellectual property 0823 Theft from retail premises Theft from retail premises 0829 Theft (except motor vehicles), nec Theft of a bicycle Theft of a watercraft Theft of an aircraft Theft of another vehicle Stealing from dwellings Stealing from other buildings Stealing animals Fare evasion Theft (except motor vehicles), nec (remainder) SUBDIVISION 083 RECEIVE OR HANDLE PROCEEDS OF CRIME 0831 Receive or handle proceeds of crime Receiving stolen property Bringing stolen goods into state Proceeds of drug offences Proceeds of other offences Australian Standard Offence Classification (Queensland Extension)

12 SUBDIVISION 084 ILLEGAL USE OF PROPERTY (EXCEPT MOTOR VEHICLES) 0841 Illegal use of property (except motor vehicles) Illegal use of property (except motor vehicles) 09 FRAUD, DECEPTION AND RELATED OFFENCES SUBDIVISION 091 OBTAIN BENEFIT BY DECEPTION 0911 Obtain benefit by deception Cheque fraud Card fraud Social security fraud Insurance fraud Tax fraud Prescription drug fraud Obtain benefit by deception (remainder) SUBDIVISION 092 FORGERY AND COUNTERFEITING 0921 Counterfeiting of currency Counterfeiting of currency 0922 Forgery of documents Forgery of documents 0923 Possess equipment to make false/illegal instrument Possess equipment to make false/illegal instrument SUBDIVISION 093 DECEPTIVE BUSINESS/GOVERNMENT PRACTICES 0931 Fraudulent trade practices Fraudulent trade practices 0932 Misrepresentation of professional status Misrepresentation of professional status 0933 Illegal non-fraudulent trade practices Illegal non-fraudulent trade practices SUBDIVISION 099 OTHER FRAUD AND DECEPTION OFFENCES 0991 Dishonest conversion Misappropriation by employees Misappropriation by trustees Misappropriation by officers of companies Dishonest conversion (remainder) 0999 Other fraud and deception offences, nec Other fraud and deception offences, nec 10 ILLICIT DRUG OFFENCES SUBDIVISION 101 IMPORT OR EXPORT ILLICIT DRUGS 1011 Import illicit drugs Import illicit drugs 1012 Export illicit drugs Export illicit drugs SUBDIVISION 102 DEAL OR TRAFFIC IN ILLICIT DRUGS 1021 Deal or traffic in illicit drugs commercial quantity Deal or traffic in illicit drugs commercial quantity 1022 Deal or traffic in illicit drugs non-commercial quantity Deal or traffic in illicit drugs non-commercial quantity SUBDIVISION 103 MANUFACTURE OR CULTIVATE ILLICIT DRUGS 1031 Manufacture illicit drugs Manufacture illicit drugs 6 Australian Standard Offence Classification (Queensland Extension) 2008

13 1032 Cultivate illicit drugs Cultivate illicit drugs SUBDIVISION 104 POSSESS AND/OR USE ILLICIT DRUGS 1041 Possess illicit drugs Possess illicit drugs 1042 Use illicit drugs Use illicit drugs SUBDIVISION 109 OTHER ILLICIT DRUG OFFENCES 1099 Other illicit drug offences, nec Permitting use of premises for illicit drug offences Possession of drug utensils Illicit drug offences, nec (remainder) 11 PROHIBITED AND REGULATED WEAPONS AND EXPLOSIVES OFFENCES SUBDIVISION 111 PROHIBITED WEAPONS/EXPLOSIVES OFFENCES 1111 Import or export prohibited weapons/explosives Import or export prohibited weapons/explosives 1112 Sell, possess and/or use prohibited weapons/explosives Sell, possess and/or use prohibited weapons/explosives 1119 Prohibited weapons/explosives offences, nec Prohibited weapons/explosives offences, nec SUBDIVISION 112 REGULATED WEAPONS/EXPLOSIVES OFFENCES 1121 Unlawfully obtain or possess regulated weapons/explosives Unlawfully possess concealable unlicensed firearm Unlawfully possess other unlicensed firearm Unlawfully obtain or possess explosives Unlawfully obtain or possess regulated weapons/explosives (remainder) 1122 Misuse of regulated weapons/ explosives Going armed in public Misuse of regulated weapons/explosives (remainder) 1123 Deal or traffic regulated weapons/ explosives Deal or traffic regulated weapons/explosives offences 1129 Regulated weapons/explosives offences, nec Regulated weapons/explosives offences, nec 12 PROPERTY DAMAGE AND ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION SUBDIVISION 121 PROPERTY DAMAGE 1211 Property damage by fire or explosion Arson of building Arson of motor vehicle, watercraft or aircraft Property damage by fire or explosion (remainder) 1212 Graffiti Graffiti 1219 Property damage, nec Property damage animals Property damage, nec (remainder) SUBDIVISION 122 ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION 1221 Air pollution offences Air pollution offences 1222 Water pollution offences Water pollution offences 1223 Noise pollution offences Noise pollution offences Australian Standard Offence Classification (Queensland Extension)

14 1224 Soil pollution offences Soil pollution offences 1229 Environmental pollution, nec Environmental pollution, nec 13 PUBLIC ORDER OFFENCES SUBDIVISION 131 DISORDERLY CONDUCT 1311 Trespass Trespass 1312 Criminal intent Possession of things for unlawful entry Possession of graffiti instruments Consorting Criminal intent (remainder) 1313 Riot and affray Riot and affray 1319 Disorderly conduct, nec Disorderly conduct, nec SUBDIVISION 132 REGULATED PUBLIC ORDER OFFENCES 1321 Betting and Gambling Offences Gaming offences Betting offences Illegal bookmaking Betting and gambling offences (remainder) 1322 Liquor and tobacco offences Liquor offences by licensees Liquor and tobacco offences (remainder) 1323 Censorship offences Censorship offences 1324 Prostitution offences Having an interest in premises for prostitution Participation in provision of prostitution Soliciting for prostitution Being found in places of prostitution Procuring prostitution Advertising prostitution Permitting minors to be at place of prostitution Prostitution offences (remainder) 1325 Offences against public order sexual standards Bestiality Offences against public order sexual standards (remainder) 1326 Consumption of legal substances in regulated spaces Consumption of legal substances in regulated spaces 1329 Regulated public order offences, nec Regulated public order offences, nec SUBDIVISION 133 OFFENSIVE CONDUCT 1331 Offensive language Offensive language 1332 Offensive behaviour Drunkenness Begging alms Insufficient means of support Other vagrancy offences Offensive behaviour (remainder) 1333 Vilify or incite hatred on racial, cultural, religious or ethnic grounds Vilify or incite hatred on racial, cultural, religious or ethnic grounds 8 Australian Standard Offence Classification (Queensland Extension) 2008

15 1334 Cruelty to animals Cruelty to animals 14 TRAFFIC AND VEHICLE REGULATORY OFFENCES SUBDIVISION 141 DRIVER LICENCE OFFENCES 1411 Drive while licence disqualified or suspended Driving under disqualification Driving under suspension 1412 Drive without a licence Driving without a licence 1419 Driver licence offences, nec Driver licence offences, nec SUBDIVISION 142 VEHICLE REGISTRATION AND ROADWORTHINESS OFFENCES 1421 Registration offences Registration offences 1422 Roadworthiness offences Roadworthiness offences SUBDIVISION 143 REGULATORY DRIVING OFFENCES 1431 Exceed the prescribed content of alcohol or other substance limit Drink driving exceed high alcohol limit Drink driving exceed general alcohol limit Drink driving exceed zero alcohol limit Drug driving 1432 Exceed legal speed limit Exceed legal speed limit 1433 Parking offences Parking offences 1439 Regulatory driving offences, nec Failure to provide specimen breath Regulatory driving offences, nec (remainder) SUBDIVISION 144 PEDESTRIAN OFFENCES 1441 Pedestrian offences Pedestrian offences 15 OFFENCES AGAINST JUSTICE PROCEDURES, GOVERNMENT SECURITY AND GOVERNMENT OPERATIONS SUBDIVISION 151 BREACH OF CUSTODIAL ORDER OFFENCES 1511 Escape custody offences Escape from custody Attempted escape from custody Unlawfully at large Harbouring escapees Aiding escape Permitting escape Escape custody offences (remainder) 1512 Breach of home detention Breach of home detention 1513 Breach of suspended sentence Breach of suspended sentence SUBDIVISION 152 BREACH OF COMMUNITY-BASED ORDERS 1521 Breach of community service order Breach of community service order Australian Standard Offence Classification (Queensland Extension)

16 1522 Breach of parole Breach of parole 1523 Breach of bail Breach of bail failure to appear Breach of bail (remainder) 1524 Breach of bond probation Breach of bond probation 1525 Breach of bond other Breach of bond other 1529 Breach of community-based orders, nec Breach of community-based orders, nec SUBDIVISION 153 BREACH OF VIOLENCE AND NON-VIOLENCE ORDERS 1531 Breach of violence order Breach of violence order 1532 Breach of non-violence order Breach of non-violence order SUBDIVISION 154 OFFENCES AGAINST GOVERNMENT OPERATIONS 1541 Resist or hinder government official (excluding police officer, justice official or government security officer) Resist or hinder government official (excluding police officer, justice official or government security officer) 1542 Bribery involving government officials Bribery involving government officials 1543 Immigration offences Immigration offences 1549 Offences against government operations, nec Official corruption government operations Electoral offences Offences against government operations, nec (remainder) SUBDIVISION 155 OFFENCES AGAINST GOVERNMENT SECURITY 1551 Resist or hinder government officer concerned with government security Resist or hinder government officer concerned with government security 1559 Offences against government security, nec Offences against government security, nec SUBDIVISION 156 OFFENCES AGAINST JUSTICE PROCEDURES 1561 Subvert the course of justice Perjury Offences against jurors and witnesses Official corruption justice proceedings Offences affecting evidence Subvert the course of justice (remainder) 1562 Resist or hinder police officer or justice official Resist arrest, incite, hinder, obstruct police Disobey move on direction Resist or hinder other justice official 1563 Prison regulation offences Mutiny or riot by a prisoner Prison regulation offences (remainder) 1569 Offences against justice procedures, nec Contempt of court False complaint to police Accessory after the fact Failure to appear Offences against justice procedures, nec (remainder) 10 Australian Standard Offence Classification (Queensland Extension) 2008

17 16 MISCELLANEOUS OFFENCES SUBDIVISION 161 DEFAMATION, LIBEL AND PRIVACY OFFENCES 1611 Defamation and libel Defamation and libel 1612 Offences against privacy Offences against privacy SUBDIVISION 162 PUBLIC HEALTH AND SAFETY OFFENCES 1621 Sanitation offences Sanitation offences 1622 Disease prevention offences Disease prevention offences 1623 Occupational health and safety offences Occupational health and safety offences 1624 Transport regulation offences Transport regulation offences 1625 Dangerous substances offences Dangerous substances offences 1626 Licit drug offences Licit drug offences 1629 Public health and safety offences, nec Public health and safety offences, nec SUBDIVISION 163 COMMERCIAL/INDUSTRY/FINANCIAL REGULATION 1631 Commercial/industry/financial regulation Commercial/industry/financial regulation SUBDIVISION 169 OTHER MISCELLANEOUS OFFENCES 17 APPENDIX Environmental regulation offences Offences relating to protection of flora and fauna Littering Environmental regulation offences (remainder) 1692 Bribery (excluding government officials) Bribery (excluding government officials) 1693 Quarantine offences Quarantine offences 1694 Import/export regulations Import/export regulations 1695 Procure or commit illegal abortion Procure or commit illegal abortion 1699 Other miscellaneous offences, nec Other miscellaneous offences, nec 18 ALPHABETICAL INDEX 19 APPENDIX 2 20 NUMERICAL INDEX Australian Standard Offence Classification (Queensland Extension)

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19 DIVISION 01 HOMICIDE AND RELATED OFFENCES Unlawfully kill, attempt to unlawfully kill or conspiracy to kill another person. This division is further disaggregated into subdivisions on the basis of the level of culpability involved, as reflected by: a criminal intent in the form of an intent either to kill or to commit a crime leading to the killing of another person; or the degree of involvement in the physical act of killing another person. Offences in this division are classified into the following subdivisions: 011 Murder 012 Attempted murder 013 Manslaughter and driving causing death Kill on provocation Kill an unborn child / infanticide Accelerate death Fail to take proper precaution to prevent death Death caused by an act or omission during surgical or medical treatment Procure or commit an illegal abortion is excluded from this division as in legal terms it is not treated as a homicide. It is coded to Group 1695, Procure or commit illegal abortion. Australian Standard Offence Classification (Queensland Extension)

20 SUBDIVISION 011 MURDER Unlawfully kill another person where there is one or more of the following: the intent to kill the intent to cause grievous bodily harm, with the knowledge that it was probable that death or grievous bodily harm would occur (reckless indifference to life); or without intent to kill in the course of committing a crime (felony murder). This subdivision is not further disaggregated. Offences in this subdivision are classified into the following group: 0111 Murder 0111 Murder Unlawfully kill another person where there is one or more of the following: the intent to kill the intent to cause grievous bodily harm, with the knowledge that it was probable that death or grievous bodily harm would occur (reckless indifference to life); or without intent to kill in the course of committing a crime (felony murder) Murder This group is not further disaggregated. Conspiracy to murder that results in death Unlawfully kill a person under care Assist in the suicide of another person. These are coded to Group 0131, Manslaughter. Kill an unborn child / infanticide. These are coded to Group 0131, Manslaughter. Procure or commit illegal abortion. These are coded to Group 1695, Procure or commit illegal abortion. Attempted murder. These are coded to Group 0121, Attempted murder. Conspiracy to murder that does not result in death. These are coded to Group 0121, Attempted murder. Threats to kill that are face-to-face where there is an apprehension that the threat could be enacted. These are coded to Group 0212, Serious assault not resulting in injury. 14 Australian Standard Offence Classification (Queensland Extension) 2008

21 SUBDIVISION 012 ATTEMPTED MURDER The attempted unlawful killing of another person where there is the intent either to kill or to cause grievous bodily harm with the knowledge that it was probable that death or grievous bodily harm would occur (reckless indifference to life) not resulting in death. This subdivision is not further disaggregated. Offences in this subdivision are classified into the following groups: 0121 Attempted murder 0121 Attempted murder The attempted unlawful killing of another person where there is the intent either to kill or to cause grievous bodily harm with the knowledge that it was probable that death or grievous bodily harm would occur (reckless indifference to life) not resulting in death Attempted murder This group is not further disaggregated. Conspiracy to murder that does not result in death Inflict injury where there was not an intent to kill the other person. These are coded to the relevant groups within Division 02, Acts intended to cause injury. Conspiracy to murder that results in death. These are coded to Group 0111, Murder. Australian Standard Offence Classification (Queensland Extension)

22 SUBDIVISION 013 MANSLAUGHTER AND DRIVING CAUSING DEATH The unlawful killing of another person while deprived of the power of self-control by provocation, or under circumstances amounting to diminished responsibility or without intent to kill, as a result of a careless, reckless, negligent, unlawful or dangerous act. This subdivision is further disaggregated on the basis of whether the offence involved manslaughter or driving causing death. Offences in this subdivision are classified into the following groups: 0131 Manslaughter 0132 Driving causing death 0131 Manslaughter The unlawful killing of another person while deprived of the power of self-control by provocation, or under circumstances amounting to diminished responsibility or without intent to kill, as a result of a careless, reckless, negligent, unlawful or dangerous act (other than the act of driving). Kill an unborn child / infanticide Kill by the use of excessive force in self-defence Survive suicide pact Assist in suicide of another person Industrial/corporate manslaughter Breach of Euthanasia Legislation not amounting to murder, attempted murder or assault. These are coded to Group 1329, Regulated public order offences, nec. Procure or commit illegal abortion. These are coded to Group 1695, Procure or commit illegal abortion. Unlawfully kill a person under care. These are coded to Group 0111, Murder Manslaughter by driving The unlawful killing of another person while operating a vehicle and while deprived of the power of self-control by provocation or under circumstances amounting to diminished responsibility Aiding suicide Aiding, procuring or counselling another person to kill himself or herself. Survive suicide pact Assist in suicide of another person Killing unborn child Preventing the live birth of a child, in circumstances where death of the child after birth would amount to unlawful killing. Infanticide Illegal abortion. These are coded to Group 1695, Procure or Commit Illegal Abortion Manslaughter (remainder) The unlawful killing of another person while deprived of the power of self-control by provocation or under circumstances amounting to diminished responsibility or without intent to kill, as a result of a careless, reckless, negligent, unlawful or dangerous act (other than the act of driving), not elsewhere classified in Group 0131, Manslaughter. Killing by the use of excessive force in self-defence Industrial/corporate manslaughter 0132 Driving causing death The unlawful killing of another person without intent to kill, as a result of culpable, reckless, or negligent driving Driving causing death This group is not further disaggregated. Death caused by a driver under the influence of alcohol/drugs 16 Australian Standard Offence Classification (Queensland Extension) 2008

23 DIVISION 02 ACTS INTENDED TO CAUSE INJURY Acts, excluding attempted murder and those resulting in death (Division 01), which are intended to cause non-fatal injury or harm to another person and where there is no sexual or acquisitive element. This division is further disaggregated into subdivisions on the basis of whether or not an act constitutes a direct assault upon a person or persons. Offences in this division are classified into the following subdivisions: 021 Assault 029 Other acts intended to cause injury Offences that involve reckless behaviour that amounts to intentionality or malice Inflict injury where there is no intent to kill the other person Sexual assault and related offences are excluded from this division as they are sufficiently distinct to form a separate division, Division 03, Sexual assault and related offences. Dangerous or negligent acts causing or potentially causing harm are excluded from this division on the basis that there is not an intention to cause harm. These acts are sufficiently distinct to form a separate division, Division 04, Dangerous or negligent acts endangering persons. Should it not be possible to determine whether there was intent or not, the default is to code to Division 04. Australian Standard Offence Classification (Queensland Extension)

24 SUBDIVISION 021 ASSAULT The direct (and immediate/confrontational) infliction of force, injury or violence upon a person or persons or the direct (and immediate/confrontational) threat of force, injury or violence where there is an apprehension that the threat could be enacted. This subdivision is further disaggregated on the basis of whether or not the assault involved injury, or other circumstances. Offences in this subdivision are classified into the following groups: 0211 Serious assault resulting in injury 0212 Serious assault not resulting in injury 0213 Common assault This subdivision specifically includes face-to-face threatening behaviour if it is believed that the threat could be enacted. Administer drugs with intent to assault Ill-treatment of children / child neglect. These are coded to Group 0491, Neglect or ill treatment of persons under care. Hinder/obstruct police officers or justice officials. These are coded to Group 1562, Resist or hinder police officer or justice official. Hinder/obstruct government officers involved in maintaining government security. These are coded to Group 1551, Resist or hinder government officer concerned with government security. Threats to murder or injure that are not face-to-face where there is no belief that the threat could be enacted (i.e. those not constituting assault). These are coded to Group 0532, Threatening behaviour. Use of force as part of a robbery unless specifically described as a separate offence of assault. These are coded to the relevant groups within Subdivision 061, Robbery. Assault with intent to commit a sexual act. These are coded to the relevant groups within Subdivision 031, Sexual assault. 18 Australian Standard Offence Classification (Queensland Extension) 2008

25 0211 Serious assault resulting in injury The direct (and immediate/confrontational) infliction of force, injury or violence upon a person or persons resulting in an injury. For the purposes of this group, injury includes but is not limited to: grievous bodily harm; actual bodily harm; wounding; severe mental behavioural disturbance or disorder; or loss of a foetus. Deliberate transmission of a grievous bodily disease Torture Assault with intent to injure Common assault. These are coded to Group 0213, Common assault. Driving causing grievous bodily harm. These are coded to Group 0412, Dangerous or negligent operation (driving) of a vehicle. Threat of assault (where there is a belief that the threat could be enacted). These are coded to Group 0212, Serious assault not resulting in injury. Serious assault where injury is not determined. These are coded to Group 0212, Serious assault not resulting in injury. Child neglect. These are coded to Group 0491, Neglect or ill-treatment of person under care Assault occasioning grievous bodily harm An assault, as defined in Subdivision 021, Assault, which causes serious bodily injury, i.e. loss of a body part, serious disfigurement, endangerment of life or threat of permanent injury, if it were untreated. Deliberate transmission of a grievous bodily disease Torture The intentional infliction of severe physical, mental, psychological or emotional pain or suffering on another person Wounding An assault, as defined in Subdivision 021, Assault, in which the skin is broken other than assaults occasioning grievous bodily harm Assault occasioning actual bodily harm An assault, as defined in Subdivision 021, Assault, which causes bodily injury but does not cause serious bodily injury, i.e. loss of a body part, serious disfigurement, endangerment of life or threat of permanent injury, if it were untreated. Assault occasioning bodily harm, except where this is specified as grievous bodily harm or wounding Serious assault resulting in injury (remainder) The direct (and immediate/confrontational) infliction of force, injury or violence upon a person or persons resulting in an injury not elsewhere classified in Group 0211, Serious assault resulting in injury. Assault occasioning loss of a foetus Assault occasioning severe mental behavioural disturbance or disorder Australian Standard Offence Classification (Queensland Extension)

26 0212 Serious assault not resulting in injury The direct (and immediate/confrontational) infliction of force or violence upon a person or persons not resulting in an injury. These incidents include but are not limited to any of the following circumstances: committed in company use of a weapon committed against a vulnerable victim; committed against a pregnant female; committed against a prison officer, police officer or other justice official; involved more than one victim; part of a planned or organised criminal activity; or any aggravating circumstance specified by state or territory criminal legislation. Threats to kill that are face-to-face and where there is an apprehension that the threat could be enacted Threats to assault that are face-to-face and where there is an apprehension that the threat could be enacted Serious assault where injury is not determined Assault police An assault against a police officer acting in the execution of his/her duty not resulting in injury as defined in Group 0211, Aggravated assault. Spitting on police Hindering or obstructing police. These are coded to Subgroup 15621, Resist arrest, incite, hinder, obstruct police Assault with intent to commit indictable offence An assault, as defined in Subdivision 021, Assault, which does not cause serious bodily injury and is carried out with the intent of preventing apprehension or committing an indictable offence other than rape. Assault with intent to commit rape. These are coded to 03113, Assault with intent to commit rape Serious assault not resulting in injury (remainder) The direct (and immediate/confrontational) infliction of force or violence upon a person or persons not resulting in an injury not elsewhere classified in Group 0212, Serious assault not resulting in injury. Serious assault resulting in injury. These are coded to Group 0211, Serious assault resulting in injury. Threats to murder or injure that are not face-to-face where there is no belief that the threat could be enacted (i.e. those not constituting assault). These are coded to Group 0532, Threatening behaviour Common assault An assault not involving any aggravating circumstances defined in Group 0211and Group Common assault This group is not further disaggregated. An assault committed against a police officer, justice official, prison officer etc. These are coded to Group 0212, Serious assault not resulting in injury. 20 Australian Standard Offence Classification (Queensland Extension) 2008

27 SUBDIVISION 029 OTHER ACTS INTENDED TO CAUSE INJURY Acts involving the indirect and non-confrontational infliction of harm, injury or violence upon a person. This subdivision is further disaggregated based on whether the offence involved stalking, or other acts intended to cause injury. Offences in this subdivision are classified into the following groups: 0291 Stalking 0299 Other acts intended to cause injury, nec Acts which, though not intended to cause harm, actually or potentially result in injury to oneself or another person. These are coded to the relevant groups within Division 04, Dangerous or negligent acts endangering persons Stalking Acts intended to cause physical or mental harm to a person, or to arouse apprehension or fear in a person, through a repeated course of unreasonable conduct Stalking This group is not further disaggregated. For the purposes of this group, stalking includes, but is not limited to, activities such as unauthorised surveillance of an individual, interfering with the individual's property (or that of an associate), sending offensive material, and communicating with the person in a way that could be reasonably expected to arouse apprehension or fear. Harassment where there is no indication that the behaviour is intended to cause physical or mental harm, or arouse apprehension or fear. These are coded to Group 0531, Harassment and private nuisance. Nuisance phone calls. These are coded to Group 0531, Harassment and private nuisance. Australian Standard Offence Classification (Queensland Extension)

28 0299 Other acts intended to cause injury, nec Other acts intended to cause injury not elsewhere classified in Division 02, Acts intended to cause injury. Administer illicit drugs (where further intent is unknown) Administer poison (where further intent is unknown) Drink/food spiking (where further intent is unknown) Set mantraps Stupefy Administer a sedative or hypnotic drug (where further intent is unknown) Threatening behaviour. These are coded to Group 0532, Threatening behaviour. Any action that is direct (face-to-face), and it is believed that the threat could be enacted. These are coded to the relevant groups within Subdivision 021, Assault. Administer drugs with intent to assault. These are coded to the relevant groups within Subdivision 021, Assault. Administer drugs with intent to rape. These are coded to Group 0311, Aggravated sexual assault. Administer drugs with intent to steal. These are coded to Group 0611, Aggravated robbery Administer harmful substances Causing a poison, drug or other noxious thing to be administered to or taken by another person. Administer illicit drugs (where further intent is unknown) Administer poison (where further intent is unknown) Drink/food spiking (where further intent is unknown) Stupefy Administer a sedative or hypnotic drug (where further intent is unknown) Other acts intended to cause injury, nec (remainder) Other acts intended to cause injury not elsewhere classified in Division 02, Acts Intended to Cause Injury. Set mantraps 22 Australian Standard Offence Classification (Queensland Extension) 2008

29 DIVISION 03 SEXUAL ASSAULT AND RELATED OFFENCES Acts, or intent of acts, of a sexual nature against another person, which are non-consensual or where consent is proscribed. This division is further disaggregated into subdivisions on the basis of whether or not the sexual act involved physical contact with the person. Offences in this division are classified into the following subdivisions: 031 Sexual assault 032 Non-assaultive sexual offences Deception to procure sex Assault with the intent to commit a sexual act Regulated activities governing public order sexual standards (e.g. prostitution, censorship) as these offences do not involve an unwilling victim and therefore do not amount to an assault. These are coded to the relevant groups within Subdivision 132, Regulated public order offences. Sexual acts that do not require a specific victim (e.g. indecent exposure, lewdness). These are coded to Group 1325, Offences against public order sexual standards. Sexual acts not committed against a person (e.g. bestiality, necrophilia). These are coded to Group 1325, Offences against public order sexual standards. Abduction, taking, detention or enticement for sexual purposes (where known). These are coded to the relevant groups within Division 05, Abduction, harassment and other offences against the person. Australian Standard Offence Classification (Queensland Extension)

30 SUBDIVISION 031 SEXUAL ASSAULT Physical contact, or intent of contact, of a sexual nature directed toward another person where that person does not give consent or gives consent as a result of intimidation or deception, or consent is proscribed (i.e. the person is legally deemed incapable of giving consent because of youth, temporary/permanent (mental) incapacity or there is a familial relationship). This subdivision is further disaggregated on the basis of whether or not the sexual assault involved aggravating circumstances. Where the existence of aggravating circumstances cannot be determined then 031 applies. Offences in this subdivision are classified into the following groups: 0311 Aggravated sexual assault 0312 Non-aggravated sexual assault Assault with intent to commit a sexual act Sexual assault involving sexual servitude. These are coded to Group 0323, Sexual servitude offences. Abduction, taking, detention or enticement for sexual purposes (where known). These are coded to the relevant groups within Division 05, Abduction, harassment and other offences against the person Aggravated sexual assault Sexual assault, as defined in Subdivision 031, Sexual assault, that involves any of the following aggravating circumstances: sexual intercourse (i.e. oral sex and/or penetration of either the vagina or anus by any part of the human body or by any object); inflict injury or violence; possession/use of a weapon; consent proscribed / committed against a child; or committed in company (i.e. by two or more persons). Incest Rape Intent/attempt to commit rape Administer drugs with intent to rape Unlawful sexual intercourse Unlawful fellatio/cunnilingus Carnal knowledge Assault with the intent to commit a sexual act Abduction, taking, detention or enticement for sexual purposes (where known). These are coded to the relevant groups within Division 05, Abduction, harassment and other offences against the person Rape Sexual assault involving penetration of the vagina or anus with any object or part of the body or of the mouth with the penis where consent is not given or where consent is given as a result or intimidation or deception. (If an offence is identified as rape, it is to be coded here regardless of the age of the victim and regardless of any familial relationship between offender and victim.) Rape of a child Anal rape Oral rape Digital rape Attempted rape. These are coded to Subgroup 03112, Attempted rape. Carnal knowledge of children. These are coded to Subgroup 03114, Carnal knowledge of children Attempted rape Sexual assault, as defined in Subdivision 031, Sexual assault, involving force, intimidation or deception and attempted penetration of the vagina or anus by the penis. Attempted rape of a child Attempted anal rape Intent/attempt to commit rape Assault with intent to commit rape Assault, as defined in Subdivision 021, Assault, committed with intent to commit rape. 24 Australian Standard Offence Classification (Queensland Extension) 2008

31 03114 Carnal knowledge of children Carnal knowledge of a child under 16 involving penetration of the vagina by the penis or of a child under 18 involving penetration of the anus by the penis. (If an offence is identified as carnal knowledge of or with a child, it is to be coded here regardless of any familial relationship between offender and victim.) Carnal knowledge (vaginal intercourse) of girls under 16 Unlawful sodomy (anal intercourse) where the victim is under 18 Rape of a child. These are coded to Subgroup 03111, Rape Attempted rape of a child. These are coded to Subgroup 03112, Attempted rape Maintaining a sexual relationship with a child Maintaining a sexual relationship with a child under 16 or, if involving anal intercourse, under 18. (If an offence is identified as maintaining a sexual relationship with a child, it is to be coded here regardless of any familial relationship between offender and victim.) Indecent treatment of a child Sexual assault, as defined in Subdivision 031, Sexual assault, of a child under 16 not involving penetration of the vagina or anus by the penis, and not involving rape. Indecent dealing with a child Carnal knowledge of children. These are coded to Subgroup 03114, Carnal knowledge of children. Maintaining a sexual relationship with a child. These are coded to Subgroup 03115, Maintaining a sexual relationship with a child. Rape of a child. These are coded to Subgroup 03111, Rape Incest Physical contact of a sexual nature involving penetration of the vagina or the anus by the penis where consent is proscribed due to the familial relationship of the participants. Rape (including sodomy). These are coded to Subgroup 03111, Rape Attempted rape (including sodomy). These are coded to Subgroup 03112, Attempted rape Carnal knowledge (vaginal intercourse) of girls under 16. These are coded to Subgroup 03114, Carnal knowledge of children Unlawful sodomy (anal intercourse) where the victim is under the age of 18. These are coded to Subgroup 03114, Carnal knowledge of children Indecent treatment (consent proscribed) Sexual assault against a person not involving force, intimidation or deception and where consent is proscribed due to circumstances other than the age of victim. Sexual abuse (other than carnal knowledge) of intellectually impaired persons other than children Sexual abuse (other than carnal knowledge) of a person related to the offender Aggravated sexual assault (remainder) Other aggravated sexual assaults not elsewhere classified in Group 0311, Australian Standard Offence Classification (Queensland Extension)

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