|The Auditor-General Audit Report No 17 1989-90||1|
|The Auditor-General Audit Report No 17 1989-90||3|
|2. Current operational environment and proposed changes||12|
|3. Audit objective and coverage||13|
|4. Audit conclusion||13|
|5. General security arrangements||14|
|6. Insufficient use of frisk-search||15|
|7. Performance Indicators||16|
|8. Domestic passengers||18|
|9. Aircrew processing procedures||19|
|10. Drug detector dog unit||20|
|11. Lack of maintenance of records||21|
|12. Staff training||22|
|13. Passenger quarantine education||23|
Australian Audit Office. (1989). Australian Customs Service : passenger and crew processing Retrieved September 28, 2022, from http://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-2013287893
Australian Audit Office. Australian Customs Service : passenger and crew processing Canberra: Australian Govt. Pub. Service, 1989. Web. 28 September 2022 <http://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-2013287893>
Australian Audit Office. 1989, Australian Customs Service : passenger and crew processing Australian Govt. Pub. Service, Canberra viewed 28 September 2022 http://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-2013287893
| author1=Australian Audit Office.
| title=Australian Customs Service : passenger and crew processing
| section=15 pages ; 25 cm.
| series=Parliamentary paper (Australia. Parliament) ;
| issue=PP no. 190 of 1989, AR no. 17 (1989/1990)
| publisher=Australian Govt. Pub. Service
| access-date=28 September 2022
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