Penalty for Assault Police Officer in Execution of Duty – Cause ABH | Section 60(2) Crimes Act NSW


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The maximum penalty for the offence of “assault police officer in execution of duty – cause abh.”

According to the Judicial Commission of NSW, the actual penalties imposed for the offence are as follows:

Local Court:

Section 60(2) assault police officer in execution of duty – cause abh

  • Prison: 35.7%
  • Section 9 Bond (now community correction order): 29.9%
  • Suspended Sentence (no longer available): 17.2%
  • Community Service Order (now community correction order): 10.6%
  • ICO: 3%
  • Section 10(1)(b)&(c) Bond: 2.8%
  • Fine Only: 0.8%

The average prison sentence for the offence is 11.8 months imprisonment, and the average non-parole period (or minimum prison term that must be served) is 7.2 months in prison.

District and Supreme Court:

Section 60(2) post-Muldrock

  • Prison: 65.2%
  • ICO: 17.4%
  • Suspended Sentence (no longer available): 13%
  • Community Service Order (now community correction order): 4.3%

The average prison sentence for the offence is 25.9 months imprisonment, and the average non-parole period (or minimum prison term that must be served) is 16.7 months in prison.

Section 60(2) pre-Muldrock

  • Prison: 100%

The average prison sentence for the offence is 34.9 months imprisonment, and the average non-parole period (or minimum prison term that must be served) is 17.6 months in prison.

Section 60(2) assault police officer in execution of duty – cause ABH – before SNPP

  • Prison: 100%

The average prison sentence for the offence is 30 months imprisonment, and the average non-parole period (or minimum prison term that must be served) is 15 months in prison.