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Laws allowing police to 'wand' people for knives and other weapons pass NT parliament. Northern Territory police officers will now be able to "wand" people for knives and other weapons in certain public places, with legislation passing parliament on Tuesday night. The laws passed with support from the opposition, after the government nominated 16 "precincts" across the NT where police can use metal detection devices, known as wands, to detect and confiscate weapons.
People found guilty of carrying a weapon "without a reasonable excuse" are subject to a maximum penalty of 12 months' jail, and 24 months' jail if the offence occurs at night. The legislation, which was tabled in response to the stabbing death of Darwin bottle shop worker Declan Laverty , has been criticised by Unions NT. Secretary Erina Early said she "didn't know" how the laws would improve worker safety. Instead, she said employers should look at ways to provide safer workplaces for their staff.
Ms Early called for the NT's worker safety watchdog to do a review of the current safety situation for hospitality workers. A petition with over 20, signatures, initiated by Mr Laverty's mother Samara, was tabled by Opposition Leader Lia Finocchiaro in parliament on Tuesday.
The petition calls for the introduction of "Declan's Law", which includes tighter bail laws for people charged with aggravated assault and "early access programs" for at-risk youth.
She said she supported the introduction of police wanding powers, but raised concerns about the NT's already-full prisons. We acknowledge Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples as the First Australians and Traditional Custodians of the lands where we live, learn, and work.