DNA Data Bank Legislation - Consultation Paper 2002

Annex A

PRIMARY DESIGNATED OFFENCES:

Criminal Code:

  • 75 (piratical acts);
  • 76 (hijacking);
  • 77 (endangering safety of aircraft or airport);
  • 78.1 (seizing control of ship or fixed platform);
  • 81(1) (using explosives);
  • 83.18 (participation in activity of terrorist group);
  • 83.19 (facilitating terrorist activity);
  • 83.2 (commission of offence for terrorist group);
  • 83.21 (instructing to carry out activity for terrorist group);
  • 83.22 (instructing to carry out terrorist activity);
  • 83.23 (harbouring or concealing);
  • 151 (sexual interference);
  • 152 (invitation to sexual touching);
  • 153 (sexual exploitation);
  • 155 (incest);
  • 212(4) (offence in relation to juvenile prostitution);
  • 233 (infanticide);
  • 235 (murder);
  • 236 (manslaughter);
  • 244 (causing bodily harm with intent);
  • 267 (assault with a weapon or causing bodily harm);
  • 268 (aggravated assault);
  • 269 (unlawfully causing bodily harm);
  • 271 (sexual assault);
  • 272 (sexual assault with a weapon, threats to a third party or causing bodily harm);
  • 273 (aggravated sexual assault);
  • 279 (kidnapping);
  • 279.1 (hostage-taking);
  • 431 (attack on premises, residence or transport of internationally protected person);
  • 431.1 (attack on premises, accommodation or transport of United Nations or associated personnel); and
  • 431.2(2) (explosive or other lethal device).

Criminal Code, chapter C-34 of the Revised Statutes of Canada, 1970:

  • 144 (rape);
  • 146 (sexual intercourse with female under fourteen and between fourteen and sixteen);
  • 148 (sexual intercourse with feeble-minded, etc.); and
  • 153(1)(a) (sexual intercourse with step-daughter, etc.)..

Security of Information Act:

  • 6 (approaching, entering, etc., a prohibited place);
  • 20(1) (threats or violence); and
  • 21(1) (harbouring or concealing).

SECONDARY DESIGNATED OFFENCES:

Criminal Code:

  • 160(3) (bestiality in the presence of or by child);
  • 163.1 (child pornography);
  • 170 (parent or guardian procuring sexual activity);
  • 173 (indecent acts);
  • 220 (causing death by criminal negligence);
  • 221 (causing bodily harm by criminal negligence);
  • 249(3) (dangerous operation causing bodily harm);
  • 249(4) (dangerous operation causing death);
  • 252 (failure to stop at scene of accident);
  • 255(2) (impaired driving causing bodily harm);
  • 255(3) (impaired driving causing death);
  • 266 (assault);
  • 269.1 (torture);
  • 270(1)(a) (assaulting a peace officer);
  • 344 (robbery);
  • 348(1) (breaking and entering with intent, committing offence or breaking out);
  • 430(2) (mischief that causes actual danger to life);
  • 433 (arson—disregard for human life); and
  • 434.1 (arson—own property).

Criminal Code, as they read from time to time before July 1, 1990:

  • 433 (arson); and
  • 434 (setting fire to other substance).
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