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Safeguarding Vulnerable Groups Act 2006

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1This is the table referred to in sections 30 and 32—

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1.  Person who permits, or is considering whether to permit, B to engage in regulated activity relating to childrenChildren
2.  Person who permits, or is considering whether to permit, B to engage in regulated activity relating to vulnerable adultsVulnerable adults
3.  Person who permits, or is considering whether to permit, B to engage in controlled activity relating to childrenChildren
4.  Person who permits, or is considering whether to permit, B to engage in controlled activity relating to vulnerable adultsVulnerable adults
5.  Personnel supplier in connection with the supply, or possible supply, of B to another person for B to engage in regulated activity relating to childrenChildren
6.  Personnel supplier in connection with the supply, or possible supply, of B to another person for B to engage in regulated activity relating to vulnerable adultsVulnerable adults
7.  Personnel supplier in connection with the supply, or possible supply, of B to another person for B to engage in controlled activity relating to childrenChildren
8.  Personnel supplier in connection with the supply, or possible supply, of B to another person for B to engage in controlled activity relating to vulnerable adultsVulnerable adults
9.  Person who has parental responsibility for a child and is considering whether B is suitable to engage in regulated activity in relation to the child, but not if B is permitted to do so by an independent regulated activity providerChildren
10.  Parent who is considering whether B should be a private foster parent (within the meaning of section 53) in relation to his childChildren
11.  Person (except the parent of a child to be fostered) making or who has made arrangements for another to foster a child who is considering whether B is suitable to live in premises in which the child is fosteredChildren

12.  Local authority (within the meaning of the Children Act 1989) in the exercise of functions under section 67 of that Act considering whether B is suitable —

(a)

  to foster a child privately (within the meaning of that Act);

(b)

  to live in premises in which a child is so fostered

Children
13.  Person who is considering whether B is suitable to engage in regulated activity in relation to a vulnerable adult who is a friend or family member of the person, but not if B is permitted to do so by an independent regulated activity providerVulnerable adults
14.  Person who carries on an adult placement scheme and is considering whether B is suitable to live in premises in which an adult is provided with accommodation as part of the schemeVulnerable adults
15.  Person who is permitting, or considering whether to permit, B to have access to health or educational records relating to a childChildren
16.  Person who is permitting, or considering whether to permit, B to have access to health records relating to vulnerable adultsVulnerable adults
17.  Appropriate officer (within the meaning of section 13) who is required to obtain relevant information relating to BChildren
18.  Person who is permitting, or is considering whether to permit, B to engage in an activity in respect of which financial resources are provided pursuant to section 5(1) or 34(1) of the Learning and Skills Act 2000 (c. 21), if engaging in the activity gives B the opportunity to have contact with childrenChildren
19.  Person of a prescribed description who is performing a prescribed function in connection with B in such circumstances as are prescribed
(a)

Children (if prescribed for the purposes of this entry);

(b)

vulnerable adults (if prescribed for the purposes of this entry)

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