Criminal Code Act 1995 (Australia)/Chapter 8/271/D
Subdivision D—General provisions relating to offences under this Division 
271.10 Jurisdictional requirement for offences other than offences related to domestic trafficking in persons
- Section 15.2 (extended geographical jurisdiction—category B) applies to an offence against section 271.2, 271.3, 271.4, 271.8 or 271.9.
271.11 Jurisdictional requirement for offences related to domestic trafficking in persons
- A person commits an offence against section 271.5, 271.6 or 271.7 only if one or more of the following paragraphs applies:
- (a) the conduct constituting the offence occurs to any extent outside Australia;
- (b) the conduct constituting the offence involves transportation across State borders, either for reward or in connection with a commercial arrangement;
- (c) the conduct constituting the offence occurs within a Territory or involves transportation to or from a Territory;
- (d) the conduct constituting the offence is engaged in by, or on behalf of, a constitutional corporation, or in circumstances where the victims of the trafficking conduct were intended to be employed by a constitutional corporation;
- (e) some of the conduct constituting the offence is engaged in by communication using a postal, telegraphic or telephonic service within the meaning of paragraph 51(v) of the Constitution;
- (f) the victim of the conduct constituting the offence is an alien for the purposes of paragraph 51(xix) of the Constitution.
271.12 Other laws not excluded
- This Division is not intended to exclude or limit the operation of any other law of the Commonwealth or any law of a State or Territory.
271.13 Double jeopardy
- If a person has been convicted or acquitted in a country outside Australia of an offence against the law of that country in respect of any conduct, the person cannot be convicted of an offence against this Division in respect of that conduct.