4. (1) For the purposes of paragraph 3 relevant conduct is—N.I.
(a)conduct which endangers a child or is likely to endanger a child;
(b)conduct which, if repeated against or in relation to a child, would endanger that child or would be likely to endanger him;
(c)conduct involving sexual material relating to children (including possession of such material);
(d)conduct involving sexually explicit images depicting violence against human beings (including possession of such images), if it appears to [F1ISA] that the conduct is inappropriate;
(e)conduct of a sexual nature involving a child, if it appears to [F1ISA] that the conduct is inappropriate.
(2) A person's conduct endangers a child if he—
(a)harms a child,
(b)causes a child to be harmed,
(c)puts a child at risk of harm,
(d)attempts to harm a child, or
(e)incites another to harm a child.
(3) “Sexual material relating to children” means—
(a)indecent images of children, or
(b)material (in whatever form) which portrays children involved in sexual activity and which is produced for the purposes of giving sexual gratification.
(4) “Image” means an image produced by any means, whether of a real or imaginary subject.
(5) A person does not engage in relevant conduct merely by committing an offence prescribed for the purposes of this sub-paragraph.
(6) For the purposes of sub-paragraph (1)(d) and (e), [F1ISA] must have regard to guidance issued by the Secretary of State as to conduct which is inappropriate.
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