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The Sexual Offences Act 2003 (Notification Requirements) (Scotland) Regulations 2007

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Prescribed events and information to be notified under section 84(1)(g) of the 2003 Act

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4.—(1) Where–

(a)an account with a banking institution, as specified in regulation 3(1)(a) or (b) has been opened;

(b)a debit card in connection with any account specified in regulation 3(1)(a) or (b) has been obtained;

(c)an account with a credit card provider, as specified in regulation 3(1)(d) or (e) has been opened; or

(d)a credit card in connection with any account specified in regulation 3(1)(d) or (e) has been obtained,

which has not previously been notified to the police in accordance with regulation 3, a relevant offender must notify to the police that such an account has been opened, or such a debit card or credit card has been obtained, together with the information specified in regulation 3(2) to (7) in relation to that account, debit card or credit card.

(2) Where–

(a)an account with a banking institution, as specified in regulation 3(1)(a) or (b) has been closed;

(b)a debit card in connection with any account specified in regulation 3(1)(a) or (b), is no longer held or that card has expired;

(c)an account with a credit card provider, as specified in regulation 3(1)(d) or (e), has been closed; or

(d)a credit card in connection with any account specified in regulation 3(1)(d) or (e), is no longer held or that card has expired,

which has previously been notified to the police in accordance with regulation 3, or regulation 4(1), a relevant offender must notify to the police that that account has been closed, or that debit card or credit card is no longer held or has expired.

(3) Where a relevant offender has previously notified to the police–

(a)that an account, a debit card or a credit card, as specified in regulation 3(1) is held; and

(b)the information in relation to that account, debit card or credit card as required by regulation 3(2) to (7),

where any of the information which has been notified to the police under regulation 3(2) to (7) in relation to such an account, debit card or credit card, changes, becomes inaccurate or incomplete as a statement of all the information that must be notified under regulation 3(2) to (7), that offender must notify to the police the information specified in paragraph (4).

(4) The information which must be notified under paragraph (3) is–

(a)any change to the information which has previously been notified under regulation 3(2) to (7) in relation to that account, debit card or credit card; and

(b)where information under regulation 3(2) to (7) has been notified in relation to more than one account, debit card or credit card as specified in regulation 3(1), the account, debit card or credit card to which that change relates.

(5) For the purpose of this regulation, a reference to–

(a)opening or closing an account, as specified in paragraph 1(a) or (c) or paragraph 2(a) or (c), shall be construed as the relevant offender, or a person on behalf of that offender, opening or closing such a account.

(b)obtaining a debit card or credit card, as specified in paragraph 1(b) or (d), shall be construed as the relevant offender, or a person on behalf of that offender, obtaining such a debit card or credit card.

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