- Disorderly behaviour offences
- Being drunk in a public place
- Barring persons from licensed premises or casino
- Unlawfully on premises
- Playing games as to cause damage
- Throwing missiles
- Dumping rubbish
- Offences on public transport
- Offences in Major Emergencies, Major Incidents or Disasters
- Declared public precinct offences
A person who discharges a firearm intending to hit a police officer or being reckless as to whether a police officer is hit is guilty of an offence.
Maximum penalty: 10 years imprisonment
[Criminal Law Consolidation Act 1935 (SA) s 29A]
Where the conduct causes serious harm the maximum penalty is 25 years imprisonment (or more on application by the Director of Public Prosecutions) [Criminal Law Consolidation Act 1935 (SA) s 29A(1)(b) - (2)].
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