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Policing and Crime Act 2009

Section 104 Requirements to report at police stations

567.Section 104 provides that when an individual is directed to report to police by the court or by the enforcing authority, the specified police station may be anywhere in the UK and thus local to the individual’s place of residence.

568.Subsection (1) provides that the police stations specified under any of the provisions listed in subsection (2) may be anywhere in the United Kingdom. The provisions are:

  • Initial reporting at a police station as specified in an order imposed in England, Wales or Scotland.

  • Reporting at a police station as required by a notice from the English and Welsh enforcing authority or the Scottish Football Banning Orders Authority in relation to regulated football matches outside the UK.

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