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(1)Ministers may, for the purpose of enabling or assisting Ministers to decide whether to list an individual, require—
(a)any person who holds vetting information of a type prescribed under section 49(1)(d) to provide them with any such vetting information relating to the individual,
(b)any of the persons set out in subsection (3) to provide them with any information held by the person which Ministers think might be relevant.
(2)Information provided under subsection (1)(b) may, in particular, be information which relates to—
(a)the regulated work concerned, or
(b)the protection of children or protected adults in general, or of any child or protected adult in particular.
(3)The persons who may be required to provide information under subsection (1)(b) are—
The General Teaching Council for Scotland
Health Boards and Special Health Boards
Her Majesty’s Chief Inspector of Prisons for Scotland
Her Majesty’s Inspectors of Schools
The Registrar of Chiropractors
The registrar of dentists and dental care professionals
The registrar of the General Medical Council
The registrar of the General Optical Council
The Registrar of health professionals
The Registrar of Independent Schools in Scotland
The Registrar of nurses and midwives
The Registrar of Osteopaths
The registrar of pharmaceutical chemists
The Scottish Commission for the Regulation of Care
The Scottish Social Services Council
Social work inspectors
Any other person specified in an order made by Ministers
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