section 83.28(4)

SECTION WORDING

83.28(4) The judge to whom the application is made may make an order for the gathering of information if they are satisfied that the Attorney Generals consent was obtained as required by subsection (3), and (a) that there are reasonable grounds to believe that (i) a terrorism offence has been committed, (ii) information concerning the offence, or information that may reveal the whereabouts of a person suspected by the peace officer of having committed the offence, is likely to be obtained as a result of the order, and (iii) reasonable attempts have been made to obtain the information referred to in subparagraph (ii) by other means; or (b) that (i) there are reasonable grounds to believe that a terrorism offence will be committed, (ii) there are reasonable grounds to believe that a person has direct and material information that relates to the offence referred to in subparagraph (i), or that may reveal the whereabouts of an individual who the peace officer suspects may commit the offence referred to in that subparagraph, and (iii) reasonable attempts have been made to obtain the information referred to in subparagraph (ii) by other means.