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This is a draft item of legislation. This draft has since been made as a Scottish Statutory Instrument: The Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 (Exclusions and Exceptions) (Scotland) Amendment Order 2010 No. 243
6. In Schedule 4 (excepted professions, offices, employments, and occupations)—
(a)in Part 2—
(i)for paragraph 4 substitute—
“4. Clerks (including depute and assistant clerks) and officers of the High Court of Justiciary, the Court of Session and the justice of the peace court, sheriff clerks (including sheriff clerks depute) and their clerks and assistants and other support officers assisting in the work of the Scottish Court Service.”;
(ii)for paragraph 11 substitute—
“11. Any regulated work with children.”;
(iii)omit paragraphs 12 and 24;
(iv)for paragraph 28 substitute—
“28. Any regulated work with adults.”; and
(v)after paragraph 32 insert—
“33. Any office or employment in the Scottish Commission for the Regulation of Care.
34. Any office or employment in the General Teaching Council for Scotland.”;
(b)in Part 3 after paragraph 7 insert—
“8. Any occupation in respect of which a licence or registration is required by or under Part V (driving instruction) of the Road Traffic Act 1988.”; and
(c)in Part 4—
(i)omit the definition of “child care position”;
(ii)after the definition of “registered teacher” insert—
““regulated work with adults” and “regulated work with children” have the meanings given by section 91(3) and (2), respectively, of the 2007 Act;”; and
(iii)for the definition of “work” substitute—
““work” includes work of any kind, whether paid or unpaid and whether under a contract of service or apprenticeship, under a contract for services, or otherwise than under a contract.”.
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