2.—(1) This paragraph applies to a person if any of the criteria prescribed for the purposes of this paragraph is satisfied in relation to the person.N.I.
(2) If it appears to the Secretary of State that this paragraph applies to a person the Secretary of State must refer the matter to IBB.
(3) On the reference being made, IBB must—
(a)include the person in the children's barred list;
(b)give the person the opportunity to make representations as to why he should be removed from the children's barred list.
(4) If it appears to IBB that it is not appropriate for the person to be included in the list, it must remove him from the list.
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