211AB Testing of police officers for gunshot
(1) A person authorised by the Commissioner may direct a police
officer to submit to testing for gunshot residue if the officer has, or may
(a) discharged a firearm, or
(b) been present when another police officer has, or may have,
discharged a firearm.
(2) A direction under this section (a relevant direction)
must be given as soon as practicable after the discharge, or suspected
discharge, of the firearm.
(3) A police officer given a relevant direction must submit to testing
for gunshot residue in accordance with the direction and any regulations made
for the purposes of this section.
(4) The regulations may make provision for or with respect to the
(a) the conduct of testing for gunshot residue,
(b) the devices to be used in conducting testing for gunshot
(c) the procedure for the handling and analysis of test
(d) the accreditation of persons conducting analyses of gunshot
(e) offences relating to interference with testing for gunshot residue
or test results,
(f) the confidentiality of test results.