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The Coroners and Justice Act 2009 (Commencement No. 4, Transitional and Saving Provisions) Order 2010

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Article 2

SCHEDULEProvisions which come into force on 6th April 2010

1.  Sections 62 to 68 (prohibited images of children).

2.  Section 69 (indecent pseudo-photographs of children: marriage etc).

3.  Section 70 (genocide, crimes against humanity and war crimes).

4.  Section 71 (slavery, servitude and forced or compulsory labour).

5.  Section 84 (anonymity in investigations: application to armed forces).

6.  Section 113 (powers in respect of offenders who assist investigations and prosecutions).

7.  Section 118 (Sentencing Council for England and Wales), so far as it is not already in force.

8.  Sections 119 to 136 (remaining provisions regarding Sentencing Council for England and Wales).

9.  Section 146 (retention of knives surrendered or seized (England and Wales)).

10.  Section 147 (retention of knives surrendered or seized (Northern Ireland)).

11.  Sections 155 to 172 (criminal memoirs etc).

12.  Section 173 (assessment notices), so far as it is not already in force.

13.  Section 175 (further amendments of the Data Protection Act 1998), so far as it relates to the provisions specified in paragraph 19.

14.  In section 177 (consequential etc amendments and transitional and saving provisions)—

(a)subsection (1) (minor and consequential amendments), so far as it relates to the provisions specified in paragraph 20; and

(b)subsection (2) (transitional, transitory and saving provisions), so far as it relates to the provisions specified in paragraph 21.

15.  Section 178 (repeals), so far as it relates to the provisions specified in paragraph 22.

16.  Schedule 13 (prohibited images: providers of information society services).

17.  Schedule 15 (the Sentencing Council for England and Wales), so far as it is not already in force.

18.  Schedule 19 (exploitation proceeds investigations).

19.  In Schedule 20 (amendments of the Data Protection Act 1998), paragraphs 5 to 14 (amendments other than those relating to data controllers’ registration).

20.  In Schedule 21 (minor and consequential amendments)—

(a)paragraph 62 (so far as it is not already in force) and paragraphs 63 and 64 (prohibited images of children); and

(b)paragraphs 79 to 89 (Sentencing Council for England and Wales).

21.  In Schedule 22 (transitional, transitory and saving provisions)—

(a)paragraph 12 (prohibited images of children);

(b)paragraph 13 (slavery, servitude and forced or compulsory labour);

(c)paragraphs 14 and 15 (anonymity in investigations);

(d)paragraph 27 (provision in respect of the Sentencing Council for England and Wales);

(e)paragraph 44 (knives in court buildings etc);

(f)paragraph 45 (criminal memoirs etc); and

(g)paragraph 46 (assessment notices).

22.  In Schedule 23 (repeals) —

(a)in Part 3 (criminal evidence and procedure), the repeals relating to:

(i)sections 57D and 57E of the Crime and Disorder Act 1998(1); and

(ii)section 120(7)(d) of the Criminal Justice Act 2003(2).

(b)in Part 4 (sentencing), the repeals relating to—

(i)the Parliamentary Commissioner Act 1967(3);

(ii)the Race Relations Act 1976(4);

(iii)the Freedom of Information Act 2000(5);

(iv)the Criminal Justice Act 2003; and

(v)the Constitutional Reform Act 2005(6).

(c)Part 7 (criminal memoirs); and

(d)in Part 8 (Data Protection Act 1998), the repeals relating to section 16(1) of and Schedule 9 to the Data Protection Act 1998(7).

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