|WHO IS TO GUARD THE GUARDS? AN EVALUATION OF THE NATIONAL CRIME AUTHORITY||1|
|WHO IS TO GUARD THE GUARDS?1 AN EVALUATION OF THE NATIONAL CRIME AUTHORITY||3|
|MEMBERSHIP OF THE PARLIAMENTARY JOINT COMMITTEE ON THE NATIONAL CRIME AUTHORITY||5|
|DUTIES OF THE COMMITTEE||15|
|CHAPTER 1 BACKGROUND TO THE INQUIRY||17|
|CHAPTER 2 OVERVIEW OF THE NATIONAL CRIME AUTHORITY||23|
|CHAPTER 3 THE NATIONAL CRIME AUTHORITY FROM 1984 TO 1990||39|
|CHAPTER 4 THE NEED FOR A NATIONAL CRIME AUTHORITY?||71|
|CHAPTER 5 FUTURE DIRECTIONS FOR THE NATIONAL CRIME AUTHORITY||83|
|CHAPTER 6 ACCOUNTABILITY ROLE OF THE COMMITTEE AND OTHER BODIES||121|
|CHAPTER 7 ACCOUNTABILITY - THE IMPACT OF SECRECY PROVISIONS||155|
|CHAPTER 8 OTHER MATTERS CONSIDERED BY THE COMMITTEE||197|
|MINORITY REPORT BY SENATOR CRICHTON-BROWNE, SENATOR VANSTONE, MR SINCLAIR MP and MR FILING MP||251|
|DISSENTING REPORT BY SENATOR SID SPINDLER||267|
|APPENDIX 1 NATIONAL CRIME AUTHORITY CHAIRMAN'S PROPOSALS FOR FUTURE DIRECTIONS A SUBMISSION TO THE INTER-GOVERNMENTAL COMMITTEE||273|
|APPENDIX 2 NATIONAL CRIME AUTHORITY CORPORATE PLAN July 1991-June 1994||281|
|APPENDIX 3 Individuals and Organisations Who Made Written Submissions to the Committee||305|
|APPENDIX 4 WITNESSES WHO APPEARED AT PUBLIC HEARINGS||307|
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| author1=Australia. Parliament. Joint Committee on the National Crime Authority.
| author2=Lindsay, E. J.
| title=Who is to guard the guards? : an evaluation of the National Crime Authority
| section=xiii, 295 pages ; 25 cm.
| series=Parliamentary paper (Australia. Parliament) ;
| issue=PP no. 297 of 1991
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