- Make no further extension of pre-charge detention.
- Improve safeguards for current 28-day pre-charge detention, including:
- Broadening judicial scrutiny to include whether reasonable grounds exist to believe the detainee has committed a terrorist offense;
- Requiring the Director of Public Prosecution to approve all applications for detention beyond seven days.
- Reject a model of judge-managed investigations that would allow for unlimited pre-charge detention.
- Relax the ban on using phone tap and other intercept evidence in criminal trials.
- Narrow the current definition of terrorism to ensure acts aimed at influencing the government are criminalized only where their purpose is to coerce or unduly compel it.