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Bribing a police officer

It is an offence to give, offer, or promise a bribe or other inducement to a police officer to try to persuade the police officer to neglect, or fail to carry out, his or her duties.

Maximum penalty: $10 000 or imprisonment for two years.

[Summary Offences Act 1953 (SA) s 61]

Bribing a police officer  :  Last Revised: Mon Oct 14th 2019
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