Submission to NSW Government on Greyhound Racing Act 2017 Statutory Review

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Timoshanko, Aaron. 2020. Submission to NSW Government on Greyhound Racing Act 2017 Statutory Review. New South Wales, Australia. NSW Government.
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Submission to NSW Government on Greyhound Racing Act 2017 Statutory Review

Report TypeGovernment report
Authors
AuthorTimoshanko, Aaron
Institution of OriginUniversity of Southern Queensland
Number of Pages9
Year2020
PublisherNSW Government
Place of PublicationNew South Wales, Australia
Abstract

Important regulatory measures have been introduced in the Greyhound Racing Act 2017 (‘the Act’) to better regulate greyhound racing in New South Wales (‘NSW’). However, further improvements are required to ensure that the regulation of greyhound racing in NSW remains responsive and permeable to the public’s attitudes and expectations regarding the activities of Greyhound Racing New South Wales (‘GRNSW’).

The following submission outlines a series of recommendations which will help ensure that the activities of GRNSW align with the NSW public’s attitudes and expectations of how greyhound racing is conducted in the State. As such, this submission employs a meta-regulatory approach to outcome-orientated measures.

Keywordsgreyhound racing, animal welfare
ANZSRC Field of Research 2020489999. Other law and legal studies not elsewhere classified
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Byline AffiliationsSchool of Law and Justice
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