(1)An offender gives a notification to the police under section 108(1), 109(1) or 110(1) by—
(a)attending at any police station in the offender's local police area, and
(b)giving an oral notification to any police officer, or to any person authorised for the purpose by the officer in charge of the station.
(2)An offender giving a notification under section 109(1)—
(a)in relation to a prospective change of home address, or
(b)in relation to such premises as are mentioned in section 109(2)(c),
may also give the notification at a police station that would fall within subsection (1)(a) above if the change of home address had already occurred or (as the case may be) the premises in question were the offender's home address.
(3)Any notification given in accordance with this section must be acknowledged; and the acknowledgement must be—
(a)in writing, and
(b)in such form as the Secretary of State may direct.
(4)Where a notification is given under section 108(1), 109(1) or 110(1), the offender must, if requested to do so by the police officer or other person mentioned in subsection (1)(b) above, allow that officer or person to—
(a)take the offender's fingerprints,
(b)photograph any part of the offender, or
(c)do both of those things,
in order to verify the offender's identity.
(5)In this section—
“local police area”, in relation to the offender, means—
the police area in England and Wales in which the home address is situated,
in the absence of a home address in England and Wales, the police area in England and Wales in which the home address last notified is situated, or
in the absence of such a home address and any such notification, the police area in which the court that made the violent offender order (or, as the case may be, the interim violent offender order) is situated;
“photograph” includes any process by means of which an image may be produced.