Summary of process for determining vessel names

Luke Bacon made this Freedom of Information request to Australian Border Force

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Dear Australian Border Force,

Could you please provide a document that contains a description of the process by which names of vessels intercepted by the Australian Border Force are produced.

For example, a list of vessels are named in this previously released document https://www.homeaffairs.gov.au/foi/files...

If possible, please direct me to an existing public document or provide the document informally. If this is not possible, please proceed with this as a formal information request under the Act.

I would like to request the most recent document describing this process, but I would also like to know if this process has changed over time if you wouldn't mind letting me know if you learn about that during your search.

Yours faithfully,

Luke

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I suspect that this ABF FOI email is closed. I've sent this same request to Home Affairs now, https://www.righttoknow.org.au/request/s...

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