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    Patch clubs Targeted in QLD Anti Association

    QLD gov are looking to stop patch clubs riding in more than three in a group ..............



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    lets hope they dont spill into NSW gods State

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boof View Post
    http://www.olgr.qld.gov.au/aboutus/l...ct/index.shtml
    New laws to Liquor Act 1992 to affect State's liquor and gaming industries

    New laws have been introduced targeting the illegal activities of criminal gangs in Queensland. The reforms introduce new offences, increased penalties, enhanced powers for Police and the Crime and Misconduct Commission, and stricter bail laws.
    Changes have been made to the Liquor Act 1992 to prohibit people from entering or remaining on premises, subject to a licence or permit under the Liquor Act, if they are wearing or carrying certain prohibited items (outlined below) which are associated with a declared criminal organisation. It also places obligations on licensees/permittees, approved managers, employees and agents of licensees/permittees that they not knowingly allow anyone wearing or carrying the prohibited items to enter or remain on the premises.
    The Liquor Act provides for authorised persons, which include the licensee/permittee, employees or agents of the licensee/permittee, and police officers, to tell a person wearing or carrying prohibited items to immediately leave the premises.
    Penalties apply and the maximum penalty for the licensee/permittee, approved manager or employee/agent of the licensee/permittee for knowingly allowing a person wearing or carrying prohibited items to enter or remain on the premises is $11,000.
    Significant penalties also apply if the person refuses to leave when required, or resists an authorised person who is removing them from the premises (maximum penalty for first offence $41,250, second offence $57,750 or 6 months imprisonment and third or later offences $82,500 or 18 months imprisonment).
    Prohibited item is defined in the Liquor Act as meaning:
    an item of clothing or jewellery or an accessory that displays—
    (a) the name of a declared criminal organisation; or
    (b) the club patch, insignia or logo of a declared criminal
    organisation; or
    Note
    The things mentioned in paragraph (b) are also known as the ‘colours’ of the organisation.
    (c) any image, symbol, abbreviation, acronym or other form
    of writing that indicates membership of, or an association with, a declared criminal organisation,
    including—
    (i) the symbol ‘1%’; and
    (ii) the symbol ‘1%er’; and
    (iii) any other image, symbol, abbreviation, acronym or other form of writing prescribed under a regulation for this paragraph.
    A declared criminal organisation is an entity declared to be a criminal organisation under the Criminal Code, section 1, definition criminal organisation, paragraph (c). A list of these organisations as at 17 October 2013 is provided below.

    • the motorcycle club know as the Bandidos
    • the motorcycle club know as the Black Uhlans
    • the motorcycle club know as the Coffin Cheaters
    • the motorcycle club know as the Comancheros
    • the motorcycle club know as the Finks
    • the motorcycle club know as the Fourth Reich
    • the motorcycle club know as the Gladiators
    • the motorcycle club know as the Gypsy Jokers
    • the motorcycle club know as the Hells Angels
    • the motorcycle club know as the Highway 61
    • the motorcycle club know as the Iron Horsemen
    • the motorcycle club know as the Life and Death
    • the motorcycle club know as the Lone Wolf
    • the motorcycle club know as the Mobshitters
    • the motorcycle club know as the Mongols
    • the motorcycle club know as the Muslin Brotherhood Movement
    • the motorcycle club know as the Nomads
    • the motorcycle club know as the Notorious
    • the motorcycle club know as the Odins Warriors
    • the motorcycle club know as the Outcasts
    • the motorcycle club know as the Outlaws
    • the motorcycle club know as the Pheonix
    • the motorcycle club know as the Rebels
    • the motorcycle club know as the Red Devils
    • the motorcycle club know as the Renegades
    • the motorcycle club know as the Scorpions
    Looks like they dont even know logo for Gladiators ?

    With the new association laws. It's gonna affect bike rallys with a liquor licence (least in Q'ld)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Churchy View Post
    Looks like they dont even know logo for Gladiators ?

    With the new association laws. It's gonna affect bike rallys with a liquor licence (least in Q'ld)
    The bike rally (known as) would have to be declared a criminal organisation before they could act. I could be the logical next step, along with a accelerated declaration process for convienience.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Larry View Post
    The bike rally (known as) would have to be declared a criminal organisation before they could act. I could be the logical next step, along with a accelerated declaration process for convienience.
    No would not Larry

    Just have people wearing patch of banned club attending is enough reading that act.

    Changes have been made to the Liquor Act 1992 to prohibit people from entering or remaining on premises, subject to a licence or permit



    http://www.news.com.au/national-news...-1226743880451

    THE peak body representing recreational bikers wants the High Court to quash Queensland's new bikie gang laws because they are being used against innocent riders.

    The Australian Motorcycle Council (AMC) is collecting evidence that shows the unprecedented crackdown on criminal gangs is leading to other bike riders being harassed by police.
    AMC chairman Shaun Lennard today said the council would this week open a fighting fund to back any approved legal challenge to the Queensland measures legislated last week.

    The laws were devised by the government of Premier Campbell Newman after a brawl between rival gangs on the Gold Coast. Police have been instructed to use them to drive bikie gangs out of the state.
    "The AMC maintains our position that we support any reasonable law enforcement action aimed at targeting crime. But what we're seeing in Queensland is not reasonable, and it's not targeted," Mr Lennard said.

    "The Queensland Government might claim that these laws are only aimed at 26 proscribed clubs, but what we're seeing on the ground is different. The action is targeted alright - potentially at every recreational motorcyclist."
    "We have been inundated with requests of how people can support a challenge to these laws. The Australian Motorcycle Council is not taking legal action. We are providing a secure and independent place for people from across the country to make donations."

    Mr Lennard said existing laws should be used to fight crime.

    He said there had been reports on social media of riders being stopped from one end of Queensland to the other, with police telling them it's all part of an information-gathering campaign.
    He said the AMC had worked with a range of governments on such issues as traffic congestion reduction and safety measures.

    "But this is different. This is simply about defending people's right to ride, and to mix with friends," he said.


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    Hi all.
    It seems if you look hard at the legislation it not only targets "patchies" but everyone.
    Association law means that even car clubs are affected and it has already shown its ugly side in NSW.
    On returning home from a local ride recently ,SWWBO in tow in the backup van , one of our mates was pulled up and questioned for riding "SUSPICIOUSLY"...
    He was following the inside wheel tracks going thru a corner knowing full well that they were around the corner taking "speed readings". They indicated to him that they thought he was trying to avoid detection... Go figure
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    Quote Originally Posted by scuzzi View Post
    Don't think many outside bike community realise effect on all groups Archie

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    I am currently on a run to Gatton swap meet with four mates and we were stopped and checked for outlaw motorcycle club affiliation just before Warrick after entering Qld. Here is the pictorial.

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