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(1)The constable responsible for the police station at which a person subject to a football banning order reports initially may make such requirements of the person as are determined by the football banning orders authority to be necessary or expedient for giving effect to the football banning order, so far as relating to regulated football matches outside the United Kingdom.
(2)Subject to section 64, if, in connection with any regulated football match outside the United Kingdom, the football banning orders authority is of the opinion mentioned in subsection (3) in relation to a person subject to a football banning order, the authority must cause the person to be served with a notice in writing under subsection (4).
(3)That opinion is that requiring the person to report in accordance with a notice under subsection (4) is necessary or expedient in order to reduce the likelihood of violence or disorder at or in connection with the match.
(4)A notice under this subsection is a notice requiring the person—
(a)to report at a specified police station at the time, or between the times, specified; and
(b)if the order imposes a requirement as to the surrender of the person’s passport, to attend at a specified police station at the time, or between the times, specified and—
(i)if the person has a passport, to surrender it; or
(ii)if the person does not have a passport, to make a declaration to that effect.
(5)In subsection (4), “specified” means specified in the notice.
(6)The football banning orders authority may establish criteria for determining whether a notice under subsection (4) ought to be imposed on any person or on persons of a particular description.
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