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Safeguarding Vulnerable Groups Act 2006

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  1. Introductory Text

  2. Barring

    1. 1.Independent Barring Board

    2. 2.Barred lists

    3. 3.Barred persons

    4. 4.Appeals

  3. Regulated activity

    1. 5.Regulated activity

  4. Regulated activity providers

    1. 6.Regulated activity providers

  5. Restrictions on participating in regulated activity

    1. 7.Barred person not to engage in regulated activity

    2. 8.Person not to engage in regulated activity unless subject to monitoring

    3. 9.Use of barred person for regulated activity

    4. 10.Use of person not subject to monitoring for regulated activity

    5. 11.Regulated activity provider: failure to check

    6. 12.Personnel suppliers: failure to check

    7. 13.Educational establishments: check on members of governing body

    8. 14.Office holders: offences

    9. 15.Sections 13 and 14: checks

  6. Exceptions

    1. 16.Exception to requirement to make monitoring check

    2. 17.NHS employment

  7. Offences: supplementary

    1. 18.Offences: companies &c.

    2. 19.Offences: other persons

    3. 20.Section 19: exclusions and defences

  8. Controlled activity

    1. 21.Controlled activity relating to children

    2. 22.Controlled activity relating to vulnerable adults

    3. 23.Controlled activity: regulations

  9. Monitoring

    1. 24.Monitoring

    2. 25.Monitoring: fees

    3. 26.Ceasing monitoring

    4. 27.Prohibition of requirement to produce certain records

    5. 28.Independent monitor

    6. 29.Part 5 of the Police Act 1997: code of practice

  10. Notices and information

    1. 30.Provision of vetting information

    2. 31.Meaning of relevant information in section 30

    3. 32.Notification of cessation of monitoring

    4. 33.Cessation of registration

    5. 34.Declarations under sections 30 and 32

    6. 35.Regulated activity providers: duty to refer

    7. 36.Personnel suppliers: duty to refer

    8. 37.Regulated activity providers: duty to provide information on request &c.

    9. 38.Duty to provide information: offences

  11. Local authority information and referrals

    1. 39.Local authorities: duty to refer

    2. 40.Local authorities: duty to provide information on request

  12. Professional bodies and supervisory authorities

    1. 41.Registers: duty to refer

    2. 42.Registers: duty to provide information on request

    3. 43.Registers: notice of barring and cessation of monitoring

    4. 44.Registers: power to apply for vetting information

    5. 45.Supervisory authorities: duty to refer

    6. 46.Supervisory authorities: duty to provide information on request

    7. 47.Supervisory authorities: power to apply for vetting information

    8. 48.Supervisory authorities: notification of barring &c. in respect of children

    9. 49.Supervisory authorities: notification of barring &c. in respect of vulnerable adults

    10. 50.Provision of information to supervisory authorities

  13. Crown

    1. 51.Crown application

  14. Miscellaneous

    1. 52.Referrals: findings of fact immaterial

    2. 53.Fostering

    3. 54.Devolution: alignment

    4. 55.Northern Ireland

    5. 56.Devolution: Wales

  15. General

    1. 57.Damages

    2. 58.Family and personal relationships

    3. 59.Vulnerable adults

    4. 60.Interpretation

    5. 61.Orders and regulations

    6. 62.Transitional provision

    7. 63.Amendments and repeals

    8. 64.Supplementary, incidental, consequential &c. provision

    9. 65.Commencement

    10. 66.Extent

    11. 67.Short title

    1. Schedule 1

      Independent Barring Board

    2. Schedule 2

      Transfers to IBB

    3. Schedule 3

      Barred lists

      1. Part 1 Children’s barred list

      2. Part 2 Adults' barred list

      3. Part 3 Supplementary

    4. Schedule 4

      Regulated Activity

      1. Part 1 Regulated activity relating to children

      2. Part 2 Regulated activity relating to vulnerable adults

      3. Part 3 The period condition

    5. Schedule 5

      Appropriate verification

      1. Part 1 Default position

      2. Part 2 Prescribed verification

      3. Part 3 Prescribed verification

      4. Part 4 Definitions and power to amend

    6. Schedule 6

      Employment businesses: failure to check

    7. Schedule 7

      Vetting Information

    8. Schedule 8

      Transitional provisions

    9. Schedule 9

      Amendments

      1. Part 1 Existing lists

      2. Part 2 Other amendments

    10. Schedule 10

      Repeals

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