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Children (Criminal Proceedings) Regulation 2011
Repealed version for 23 February 2012 to 31 August 2016 (accessed 8 April 2020 at 19:52)
Part 2 Division 7 Clause 21
21   Constitution of Coordination Groups
(1)  For the purposes of transacting any of its business, each Coordination Group is to be constituted by the following members:
(a)  1 police officer nominated in writing by the Commissioner of Police (or his or her delegate) to represent the NSW Police Force,
(b)  at least 1 person (but not more than 3 persons) nominated in writing by the Director-General of Department of Attorney General and Justice (or his or her delegate) to represent the Department, including at least one person from the Juvenile Justice Branch of that Department,
(c)  at least 1 person (but not more than 3 persons) nominated in writing by the Director-General of the Department of Family and Community Services (or his or her delegate) to represent the Department,
(d)  at least 1 person (but not more than 2 persons) nominated in writing by the Director-General of the Department of Education and Communities (or his or her delegate) to represent the Department,
(e)  1 person nominated in writing by the chief executive of a local health district (or his or her delegate), being a local health district that is designated by the Director-General as the appropriate local health district to make the nomination for the Group.
(2)  In addition, each of the following heads of government agencies may nominate in writing 1 person to represent the agency in a Coordination Group:
(a)  the Director-General of the Department of Premier and Cabinet,
(b)  the Director-General of the Department of Health,
(c)  the Chief Executive of Justice Health,
(d)  the Managing Director of the TAFE Commission.
(3)  Each member of a Coordination Group who is nominated by the Division Head of a Division of the Government Service (or by his or her delegate) must be a member of the Government Service.
(4)  A person who is authorised to nominate a person to be a member of a Coordination Group may nominate a person for a specified period or for a particular meeting or meetings, and may revoke any such nomination at any time and for any reason.
(5)  The Chairperson of a Coordination Group is:
(a)  to keep copies of the written nominations of persons to be members of the Group that are relevant for each meeting of the Group, and
(b)  to cause the name of each person present at a meeting of the Group (along with the name of the government agency that he or she represents) to be included in the minutes of the meeting.
(6)  It is to be presumed (unless the contrary is established) that a person was duly nominated to represent a government agency at a meeting of a Coordination Group if the minutes of the meeting indicate that the person attended the meeting as the representative of the agency.