Prohibited person - what is it?
Definition of a prohibited person
DEFINITION OF “PROHIBITED PERSON” Under the Firearms Act 1996 (Victoria), you are a prohibited person if: •
You are serving a term of imprisonment;
You have completed a term of imprisonment of 5 years or more within the last 15 years;
You have completed a term of imprisonment of less than 5 years within the last 5 years;
You are subject to an intervention order or a corresponding order made in another State; • You are subject to a community based order;
You are subject to a supervision order;
You were subject to an intervention order, community based order, or supervision order within the last 5 years; or
You have been convicted of a firearms offence or an indictable offence within the last 12 months; unless you are deemed not to be a prohibited person by virtue of a court order.
If you are a prohibited person you must not handle firearms or apply for membership of a pistol club.
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