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11In this Schedule “enhanced criminal record certificate” means—E+W
(a)in relation to regulated activity relating to children, an enhanced criminal record certificate issued under the Police Act 1997 containing suitability information relating to children (within the meaning of section 113BA of that Act);
(b)in relation to regulated activity relating to vulnerable adults, an enhanced criminal record certificate issued under that Act containing suitability information relating to vulnerable adults (within the meaning of section 113BB of that Act).
12For the purposes of this Schedule an enhanced criminal record certificate is issued in relation to a regulated activity provider, or personnel supplier, only if—E+W
(a)he countersigned the application for the certificate as a registered person for the purposes of Part 5 of the Police Act 1997, or
(b)the application was countersigned on his behalf by such a person.
13For the purposes of this Schedule a regulated activity provider, or personnel supplier, is “appropriately registered” in relation to B if—E+W
(a)he is registered in relation to B under section 32,
(b)his registration relates to monitoring in relation to the activity that he has permitted or supplied B to engage in, and
(c)he has notified the Secretary of State of the address to which communications are to be sent in connection with his registration.
14The Secretary of State may by order amend the preceding provisions of this Schedule for the purpose of altering what constitutes obtaining an appropriate verification.E+W
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