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Football (Offences and Disorder) Act 1999

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3Conditions and duty to report

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(1)In section 15 of the 1989 Act (international football banning orders) after subsection (5) insert—

(5A)The court may, if it thinks fit, impose conditions in the order which the person subject to the order shall comply with.

(5B)Those conditions may include conditions with respect to the surrender of the passport of the person subject to the order not more than five days before the date of each designated football match in relation to which he is required to report to a police station.

(5C)A passport surrendered by the person subject to the order on the occasion of a designated football match must be returned to him as soon as reasonably practicable after the match has taken place.

(2)In section 16 of the 1989 Act (effect of order) in subsection (2)(b) (duty to report to any police station in England and Wales when required to do so under section 19(3)(b))—

(a)for “19(3)(b)” substitute “19(3)(a) or (b)”, and

(b)for the words from “any police station” to the end substitute “the police station in England and Wales specified in the notice by which the requirement is imposed at the time or between the times specified in the notice.”

(3)In subsection (3) of that section (duty to report initially to any police station on discharge from prison) for “any police station” substitute “the police station specified in the order”.

(4)After subsection (3) of that section insert—

(3A)The duty to comply with conditions imposed by an international football banning order is a duty, subject to any exemption, to comply with those conditions when required to do so under section 19(3)(a) or (b) below.

(5)In subsection (4) of that section (offence of failing to comply with duty to report) after “duty to report” insert “, or the duty to comply with conditions,”.

(6)In section 19 of the 1989 Act (functions of enforcing authority and local police) in subsection (3) (requirement to report), in each of paragraphs (a) and (b), for the words from “require him” to the end of the paragraph substitute—

(i)require him to report to the police station specified in the notice at the time or between the times specified in the notice; and

(ii)require him to comply with the conditions (if any) imposed by the order.

(7)In subsection (4) of that section (no requirement to report under subsection (3)(b) shall be imposed unless necessary or expedient to reduce likelihood of violence or disorder)—

(a)for “No requirement to report under subsection (3)(b)” substitute “No requirements under subsection (3)(b)”,

(b)for “unless imposing it” substitute “unless imposing them”, and

(c)for “any person or class of persons ought to be required to report under that paragraph” substitute “requirements under that paragraph ought to be imposed on any person or class of person”.

(8)In section 20 of the 1989 Act (exemptions from duty to report as respects a match) in subsection (1) (application for exemption from duty to report) for “the duty to report” substitute “all or any of the duties under section 16(2)(b) and (3A) above”.

(9)In subsection (4) of that section (exemption from duty to report) for “the duty to report” substitute “all or any of the duties under section 16(2)(b) and (3A) above”.

(10)In subsection (6) of that section (duties of authority and person subject to order suspended) for “to report shall be suspended” substitute “under section 16(2)(b) and (3A) above shall, to the extent of the exemption, be suspended”.

(11)In subsection (10) of that section (offence) for “a duty to report” substitute “any duty under section 16(2)(b) or (3A) above”.

(12)In section 21 of the 1989 Act (functions of enforcing authority: supplementary provisions) in subsection (3) (regulations about notices under section 19 imposing requirements to report to police stations) the words “imposing requirements to report to police stations” are repealed.

(13)In subsection (6) of that section (notice taken to be received by person unless he proves he did not receive it and did not know and had no reasonable cause to believe that he had been required to report to a police station) for “he had been required to report to a police station” substitute “requirements had been imposed on him under section 19 above”.

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