Child Protection Act Offenders Reporting

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NORTHERN TERRITORY OF AUSTRALIA CHILD PROTECTION (OFFENDER REPORTING AND REGISTRATION) ACT As in force at 1 August 2006 TABLE OF PROVISIONS Section PART 1 – PRELIMINARY 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Short title Commencement Definitions Finding of guilt Other matters PART 2 – OFFENDERS TO WHOM ACT APPLIES 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. Reportable offenders Territory reportable offenders Corresponding reportable offenders Foreign reportable offenders Deemed reportable offenders Exceptions Reportable offences Offend
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    NORTHERN TERRITORY OF AUSTRALIACHILD PROTECTION (OFFENDER REPORTING AND REGISTRATION)ACTAs in force at 1 August 2006TABLE OF PROVISIONSSectionPART 1 – PRELIMINARY   1.   Short title   2.   Commencement   3.   Definitions   4.   Finding of guilt   5.   Other matters   PART 2 – OFFENDERS TO WHOM ACT APPLIES   6.   Reportable offenders   7.   Territory reportable offenders   8.   Corresponding reportable offenders   9.   Foreign reportable offenders   10.   Deemed reportable offenders   11.   Exceptions   12.   Reportable offences   13.   Offender reporting orders   PART 3 – REPORTING OBLIGATIONS    Division 1 – Initial report    14.   When initial report must be made   15.   When new initial report must be made by offender whoseprevious reporting obligations have ceased   16.   Initial report by reportable offender of personal details   17.   Persons required to report under corresponding Act  Division 2 – Ongoing reporting obligations   18.   Reportable offender must report annually   19.   Reportable offender must report changes to relevant personaldetails   20.   Intended absence from Territory to be reported   21.   Change of travel plans while out of Territory to be given   22.   Reportable offender to report return to Territory or decision notto leave      ii23.   Report of other absences from Territory   24.   Information concerning international travel to be given to AFP  Division 3 – Provisions applying to all reporting obligations   25.   Where reports to be made   26.   How reports to be made   27.   Right to privacy and support when reporting   28.   Receipt of information to be acknowledged   29.   Additional matters to be provided   30.   Power to take fingerprints or fingerscan   31.   Power to take photographs   32.   Reasonable force may be used to obtain fingerprints orphotographs   33.   Retention of material for certain purposes   34.   Reporting by remote offenders  Division 4 – Suspension and extension of reporting obligations   35.   Suspension and extension  Division 5 – Reporting period    36.   When reporting obligations begin   37.   Length of reporting period   38.   Reduced period applies for child reportable offenders   39.   Extended reporting period if reportable offender still on parole   40.   Reporting period for foreign, deemed and correspondingreportable offenders  Division 6 – Exemption from reporting obligations   41.   Supreme Court may exempt certain reportable offenders   42.   Order for suspension   43.   Other parties to application   44.   No costs to be awarded   45.   Restriction on right of unsuccessful applicant to re-apply fororder   46.   Cessation of order   47.   Application for new order  Division 7 – Offences   48.   Failure to comply with reporting obligations   49.   Offence of furnishing false or misleading information   50.   Time limit for prosecutions waived   51.   Bar to prosecution for failing to report leaving Territory    iii  Division 8 – Notification of reporting obligations   52.   Notice to be given to reportable offender   53.   Court to provide sentencing information to Commissioner   54.   Notice to be given when reporting period changes   55.   Supervising authority to notify Commissioner of certain events   56.   Notices may be given by Commissioner   57.   Constructive notice of reporting obligations   58.   Failure to comply with procedural requirements does not affectreportable offender's obligations  Division 9 – Modified reporting procedures for protected witnesses   59.   Who this Division applies to   60.   Report need not be made in person   61.   Determination as to whether this Division applies   62.   When determination takes effect   63.   Modification of ongoing reporting obligations   PART 4 – CHILD PROTECTION OFFENDER REGISTER   64.   Requirement to establish and maintain Register   65.   Access to Register to be restricted   66.   Person with access to Register not to disclose personalinformation from it   67.   Restriction on who may access personal information onprotected witnesses   68.   Reportable offender's rights in relation to Register   PART 5 – PROHIBITION ORDERS    Division 1 – Preliminary   69.   Definitions   70.   Evidence    Division 2 – Orders   71.   Commissioner may apply for order   72.   Court may make child protection prohibition order   73.   Conduct that may be the subject of order   74.   Term of child protection prohibition orders   75.   Consent orders  Division 3 – Interim orders   76.   Application for and making of interim order   77.   Notification of order made in absence of respondent    iv  Division 4 – Variation or revocation   78.   Variation or revocation of orders  Division 5 – Procedural matters   79.   How application to be disposed of    80.   Explanation of orders   81.   Fixing dates for hearings   82.   Attendance at hearings  Division 6 – Offence   83.   Failure to comply with orders  Division 7 – Review by Supreme Court    84.   Application for and determination of review   85.   Application for review does not stay order  Division 8 – Miscellaneous   86.   Applications not to be heard in public   87.   Commissioner to be given information relating to reportableoffenders   88.   Restriction on publication of identity of reportable offendersand victims   89.   Prohibition orders have no effect to extent of inconsistencywith certain other orders   90.   Recognition of prohibition orders made in other jurisdictions   PART 6 – REPORTABLE OFFENDERS PROHIBITED FROM CHILD-RELATED EMPLOYMENT   91.   Child-related employment   92.   Reportable offenders excluded from child-related employment   PART 7 – MISCELLANEOUS    Division 1 – Reporting   93.   Annual reports   94.   Other reports   95.   Keeping of records
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