On this page you’ll find documents that have been published under the Government’s policy requiring Ministers to proactively release Cabinet papers and related material.

The policy applies to papers lodged for consideration by Cabinet from 1 January 2019 onwards. Cabinet papers and minutes must be proactively published within 30 business days of final decisions being taken by Cabinet, unless there’s a good reason not to publish them (whether in part or in full), or to delay the release. The policy doesn’t apply to Cabinet papers concerning the appointment of individuals to statutory and other roles.

We publish the papers for the Ministers we support – the Minister of Justice, Minster for Courts, Associate Minister of Justice and Associate Minister for Courts, as well as some papers relating to the Attorney-General.

For more information on the policy see:

CO (18) 4 - Proactive Release of Cabinet Material: Updated Requirements

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  1. Proactive release – Family Court (Family Violence and Other Matters) Amendment Rules 2019 and other legislative instruments [PDF, 782 KB]

    This paper seeks Cabinet's agreement to authorise the submission to the Executive Council of the Criminal Procedure (Transfer of Information) Amendment Regulations 2019; Evidence (Family Violence) Amendment Regulations 2019; Family Court (Family Violence and Other Matters) Amendment Rules 2019; Family Proceedings (Family Violence) Amendment Rules 2019; Family Violence Regulations 2019; Oranga Tamariki (National Care Standards and Related Matters) (Family Violence) Amendment Regulations 2019; Sen...

  2. Cabinet paper relating to Private Security Personnel and Private Investigators (Minimum Training) Amendment Regulations and other legislative instruments [PDF, 1.2 MB]

    This paper seeks Cabinet’s agreement to authorise the submission to the Executive Council of the Private Security Personnel and Private Investigators (Minimum Training) Amendment Regulations 2019; Tribunals Powers and Procedures Legislation Act Commencement Order 2019; Courts Matters Act 2018 (Amendments to Courts Security Act 1999) Commencement Order 2019; and the Courts Security Regulations 2019.