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Regulation 4(2)(a) and (5)

SCHEDULE 1INFORMATION TO BE SUPPLIED ON AN APPLICATION FOR REGISTRATION AS A PERSON WHO CARRIES ON AN ESTABLISHMENT

PART I

Information about the applicant

1.  Where the applicant is an individual—

(a)the applicant’s full name, date of birth, address and telephone number;

(b)details of the applicant’s professional or technical qualifications, and experience of carrying on an establishment, so far as such qualifications and experience are relevant to providing services for persons to whom services are to be provided at the establishment;

(c)details of the applicant’s employment history, including the name and address of his or her present employer and of any previous employers;

(d)details of any business the applicant carries on or has carried on;

(e)the name and addresses of two referees—

(i)who are not relatives of the applicant;

(ii)each of whom is able to provide a reference as to the applicant’s competence to carry on an establishment of the same description as the establishment; and

(iii)one of whom has employed the applicant for a period of at least 3 months,

but the requirement for the name and address of a referee who has employed the applicant for a period of at least 3 months shall not apply where it is impracticable to obtain a reference from a person who fulfils that requirement;

(f)where any certificate or information on any matters referred to in paragraph 4 of Schedule 2 is not available to the responsible person because any provision of the Police Act 1997 has not been brought into force, details of any criminal offences—

(i)of which the responsible person has been convicted, including details of any convictions which are spent within the meaning of section 1 of the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 and which may be disclosed by virtue of the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 (Exceptions) Order 1975; or

(ii)in respect of which he or she has been cautioned by a constable and which, at the time the caution was given, he admitted.

2.  Where the applicant is an organisation—

(a)the name of the organisation and the address of the registered office or principal office of the organisation;

(b)the full name, date of birth, address and telephone number of the responsible individual;

(c)details of the professional or technical qualifications of the responsible individual and his or her experience of carrying on an establishment of the same description as the establishment, so far as such qualifications and experience are relevant to providing services for persons for whom services are to be provided at the establishment;

(d)if the organisation is a subsidiary of a holding company, the name and address of the registered or principal office of the holding company and of any other subsidiary of that holding company.

3.  In every case—

(a)a reference from a bank expressing an opinion as to the applicant’s financial standing;

(b)a statement as to whether the responsible person has been adjudged bankrupt, or sequestration of his or her estate has been ordered, or he or she has made a composition or arrangement with, or granted a trust deed for, his creditors;

(c)a statement as to the applicant’s ability to ensure the financial viability of the establishment for the purpose of achieving the aims and objectives of the establishment set out in its statement of purpose;

(d)a business plan in respect of the establishment;

(e)details as to cash-flow in respect of the establishment.

PART II

Information about the establishment

4.  The name, address, telephone number, facsimile number, and electronic mail address (if any) of the establishment.

5.  The description of establishment specified in section 4(8)(a) of the Act in respect of which the applicant seeks to be registered.

6.  The statement of purpose of the establishment.

7.  A statement as to the accommodation, facilities and services which are to be provided by the establishment including the extent and, where appropriate, location of such accommodation, facilities and services.

8.  The date on which the establishment was established or is proposed to be established.

9.  Details of the scale of charges payable by the service users.

10.  In respect of the premises to be used by an establishment—

(a)a description of the premises, including a statement as to whether the premises are purpose-built or have been converted for use as an establishment;

(b)a description of the area in which the premises are located.

11.  In respect of the premises to be used by an establishment, a statement as to whether at the date the application is made the premises are capable of being used for the purpose of—

(a)achieving the aims and objectives set out in the statement of purpose of the establishment; and

(b)providing facilities and services in accordance with the statement referred to in paragraph 7,

without the need for planning permission, building works, or conversion of the premises and, if the premises are not capable of such use at the date the application is made, details of the permission, works or conversion needed.

12.  A statement as to the security arrangements, including arrangements for the purposes of—

(a)safeguarding access to information held by the establishment; and

(b)restricting access from adjacent premises or, when the premises form part of a building, from other parts of the building.

13.  The name and address of any other establishment of a description specified in section 4(8)(a) of the Act in which the applicant has or has had a business or financial interest, or at which he or she is or has been employed, and details of such interest or employment.

14.  Whether any other business is or will be carried on in the same premises as those of the establishment and, if so, details of such business.

Information about staff

15.  In respect of any person, other than the applicant, who works at, or is intended to work at the establishment—

(a)the person’s name, sex and date of birth;

(b)the person’s duties and responsibilities in relation to his or her work.

PART III

Further information about staff

16.  In respect of any person, other than the applicant, who works at, or is intended to work at the establishment—

(a)whether the person is, or is intended to be, resident in the premises used as the establishment;

(b)if he or she is a relative of any person who has made an application in respect of the establishment, his or her relationship to such person;

(c)whether the person works or is intended to work, on a full-time basis or on a part-time basis and, if on a part-time basis, the number of hours per week for which it is intended that the person will work;

(d)the date on which the person commenced, or is intended to commence, working at the establishment;

(e)information as to the person’s qualifications, experience and skills in so far as is relevant to the work that the person is to perform;

(f)a statement by applicant that he or she is satisfied as to the authenticity of the qualifications, and has verified the experience and skills that are referred in sub-paragraph (e);

(g)a statement as to—

(i)the suitability of the person’s qualifications for the work that the person is to perform;

(ii)whether the person has the skills necessary for such work;

(iii)the person’s fitness to work, and have regular contact, with service users;

(h)a statement by the person as to the state of his or her physical and mental health;

(i)a statement by the applicant that the person is physically and mentally fit for the purposes of the work which he or she is to perform;

(j)a statement by the applicant as to whether he or she is satisfied as to the person’s identity, the means by which the applicant so satisfied himself or herself and whether the applicant has obtained a copy of the person’s birth certificate;

(k)confirmation by the applicant that he or she has a recent photograph of the person;

(l)a statement by the applicant that he or she has obtained two references relating to the person and that the applicant is satisfied as to the authenticity of those references;

(m)details of any criminal offences of which the person has been convicted, including details of any convictions which are spent within the meaning of section 1 of the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 and which may be disclosed by virtue of the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 (Exceptions) Order 1975, and, in relation to each such offence, a statement by the person—

(i)as to whether in his or her view the offence is relevant to his or her suitability to care for, train, supervise or be in sole charge of any person and, if so,

(ii)as to why he or she considers that he or she is suitable to perform the work in which he or she is to be employed;

(n)details of any criminal offences in respect of which he or she has been cautioned by a constable and which, at the time the caution was given, he or she admitted.

Regulation 4(2)(b)(c)

SCHEDULE 2DOCUMENTS TO BE SUPPLIED ON AN APPLICATION FOR REGISTRATION AS A PERSON WHO CARRIES ON AN ESTABLISHMENT

Documents concerning applicant

1.  The responsible person’s birth certificate.

2.  Certificates or other suitable evidence relating to the responsible person’s professional or technical qualifications, so far as such qualifications are relevant to providing services for persons for whom services are to be provided at the establishment.

3.—(1) Subject to sub-paragraph (2), a report by a general medical practitioner as to whether the responsible person is physically and mentally fit to carry on an establishment of the same description as the establishment.

(2) Where the responsible person is unable to obtain the report referred to in sub-paragraph (1), a statement by the responsible person as to the state of his or her physical and mental health..

4.  The following documents in relation to the responsible person—

(a)a criminal record certificate—

(i)which has been issued under section 113 of the Police Act 1997(1); and

(ii)the application for which was countersigned by the National Assembly, including, where applicable, the matters specified in section 113(3A)(a) and (b) and (3C)(a) and (b) of that Act;

(b)an enhanced criminal records certificate—

(i)which has been issued under section 115 of that Act; and

(ii)the application for which was countersigned by the National Assembly,

including, where applicable, the matters specified in section 115(6A) (a) and (b) and (6B) (a) and (b) of that Act.

5.  Where the applicant is an organisation, copies of the last two annual reports it was required to produce.

6.  Where the organisation is a subsidiary of a holding company, the name and address of the registered or principal office and the last two annual reports (if any) of the holding company and of any other subsidiary of that holding company.

7.  The last annual accounts (if any) of the establishment.

8.  Except where the applicant is a local authority or NHS trust, a reference from a bank expressing an opinion as to the applicant’s financial standing.

9.  A certificate of insurance for the applicant in respect of liability which may be incurred by him or her in relation to the establishment in respect of death, injury, public liability, damage or other loss.

Criminal record certificates in respect of staff

10.—(1) A statement confirming that—

(a)the documents specified in sub-paragraph (2) have been issued—

(i)in the case of any applicant, to every person, other than the applicant, who works, or is intended to work, for the purposes of the establishment; and

(ii)where the applicant is an organisation, to the responsible individual, and

(b)the applicant will make the documents so issued available for inspection by the National Assembly if the National Assembly so requires.

(2) The following documents are specified—

(a)if the position in which the person works, or is intended to work, for the purposes of the establishment falls within section 113 (3B) of the Police Act 1997, either—

(i)if the position falls within section 115(3) of that Act, an enhanced criminal record certificate issued to the person under section 115 of that Act; or

(ii)in any other case, a criminal record certificate issued to the person under section 113 of that Act,

including the matters specified in, as the case may be, section 115(6A)(a) and (b) or 113(3A)(a) and (b) of that Act;

(b)if the position in which the person works, or is intended to work, for the purposes of the establishment falls within section 113(3D) of the Police Act 1997, either—

(i)if the position falls within section 115(4) of that Act, an enhanced criminal record certificate issued to the person under section 115 of that Act; or

(ii)in any other case, a criminal record certificate issued to the person under section 113 of that Act,

including the matters specified in, as the case may be, section 115(6B)(a) and (b) or 113(3C)(a) and (b) of that Act;

(c)if the position in which the person works, or is intended to work, for the purposes of the establishment does not fall within section 113(3B) or (3D) of the Police Act 1997, a criminal record certificate issued to the person under section 113 of that Act.

Regulation 4(3)

SCHEDULE 3INFORMATION AND DOCUMENTS TO BE SUPPLIED ON AN APPLICATION FOR REGISTRATION AS THE MANAGER OF AN ESTABLISHMENT

PART I

Information

1.  The applicant’s full name, date of birth, address and telephone number.

2.  Details of the applicant’s professional or technical qualifications, and experience of managing an establishment, so far as such qualifications and experience are relevant to providing services for persons for whom services are to be provided at the establishment.

3.  Details of the applicant’s professional training relevant to carrying on or managing an establishment.

4.  Details of the applicant’s employment history, including the name and address of the applicant’s present employer and of any previous employers.

5.  Details of any business the applicant carries on or manages or has carried on or managed.

6.  The name and addresses of two referees—

(a)who are not relatives of the applicant;

(b)each of whom is able to provide a reference as to the applicant’s competence to carry on an establishment of the same description as the establishment; and

(c)one of whom has employed the applicant for a period of at least 3 months,

but the requirement for the name and address of a referee who has employed the applicant for a period of at least 3 months shall not apply where it is impracticable to obtain a reference from a person who fulfils that requirement.

7.  The name, address, telephone number, facsimile number, and electronic mail address (if any) of the establishment.

8.  Where any certificate or information on any matters referred to in paragraph 12 or 13 is not available to the applicant because any provision of the Police Act 1997 has not been brought into force, details of any criminal offences—

(i)of which the applicant has been convicted, including details of any convictions which are spent within the meaning of section 1 of the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 and which may be disclosed by virtue of the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 (Exceptions) Order 1975; or

(ii)in respect of which he has been cautioned by a constable and which, at the time the caution was given, he admitted.

PART II

Documents

9.  The applicant’s birth certificate.

10.  Certificates or other suitable evidence relating to the applicant’s professional or technical qualifications, so far as such qualifications are relevant to providing services for persons for whom services are to be provided at the establishment.

11.—(1) Subject to sub-paragraph (2), a report by a general medical practitioner as to whether the applicant is physically and mentally fit to carry on an establishment of the same description as the establishment.

(2) Where the applicant is unable to obtain the report referred to in sub-paragraph (1), a statement by the applicant as to the state of his or her physical and mental health.

12.  A criminal record certificate—

(a)which has been issued to the applicant under section 113 of the Police Act 1997(2), and

(b)the application for which was countersigned by the National Assembly,

including, where applicable, the matters specified in section 113(3A) (a) and (b) and (3C)(a) and (b) of that Act.

13.  An enhanced criminal record certificate—

(a)which has been issued to the applicant under section 115 of that Act;. and

(b)the application for which was countersigned by the National Assembly,

including, where applicable, the matters specified in section 115(6A) (a) and (b) and (6B) (a) and (b) of that Act.

Regulation 4(4)

SCHEDULE 4INFORMATION TO BE SUPPLIED ON AN APPLICATION FOR REGISTRATION IN RESPECT OF A CARE HOME

1.  In this Schedule “service user” means any person accommodated in the care home who is in need of nursing or personal care by reason of disability, infirmity, past or present illness, past or present mental disorder or past or present dependence on alcohol or drugs.

2.  Details of the accommodation available for—

(a)service users; and

(b)persons working at the care home.

3.  Whether it is proposed to provide nursing at the care home.

4.  Whether it is proposed to provide at the care home accommodation, nursing or personal care to service users who are children.

5.  The maximum number of service users for whom the care home is proposed to be used, and the number of such users by reference to—

(a)their sex;

(b)the reason or reasons for their need of nursing or personal care as mentioned in paragraph 1 of this Schedule;

(c)service users who are children.

Regulation 4(4)

SCHEDULE 5INFORMATION TO BE SUPPLIED ON AN APPLICATION FOR REGISTRATION IN RESPECT OF A CHILDREN'S HOME

1.  The following details about the children who are intended to be accommodated at the children’s home—

(a)their age range;

(b)their sex;

(c)the maximum number of such children;

(d)whether the children to be accommodated are selected by reference to other criteria than age or sex, and if so those criteria.

2.  The organisational structure of the children’s home.

3.  The facilities and services to be provided within the children’s home for the children accommodated.

4.  The arrangements for protecting and promoting the health of any children accommodated.

5.  The fire precautions and emergency procedures.

6.  The arrangements to allow children to follow religious observance.

7.  The arrangements for contact between a child and his or her parents, relatives and friends.

8.  Details as to the use of restraint and discipline, the circumstances in which they will be used, and who is permitted to authorise such use.

9.  The procedure for dealing with any unauthorised absence of a child from the children’s home.

10.  The arrangements for allowing children in the children’s home to raise issues, and the procedure for dealing with complaints.

11.  The arrangements for the education of any child accommodated.

12.  The arrangements for dealing with reviews of the placement plans of any children accommodated.

Regulation 4(4)

SCHEDULE 6INFORMATION TO BE SUPPLIED ON AN APPLICATION FOR REGISTRATION IN RESPECT OF AN INDEPENDENT HOSPITAL OR INDEPENDENT CLINIC

1.  The nature of the services to be provided including, in particular, details of any listed services within the meaning of section 2 of the Act.

2.  The equipment and facilities to be provided.

3.  The number of patient beds to be provided.

4.  The anticipated number of patients to be treated annually.

5.  The arrangements made for the supply of blood and blood products.

6.  The arrangements made for the provision of pathology and radiology services.

7.  The number of registered medical practitioners who are to be involved in the treatment of patients.

8.  Details of any services which are to be provided to children.

Regulation 17(d)

SCHEDULE 7INFORMATION TO BE SUPPLIED ON AN APPLICATION FOR REGISTRATION AS A CHILD MINDER OR AS A PROVIDER OF DAY CARE

PART I

Information about the applicant

1.  Where the applicant is an individual—

(a)the applicant’s full name, date of birth, address and telephone number;

(b)details of the applicant’s professional or technical qualifications, and experience, so far as such qualifications and experience are relevant to looking after children under the age of eight;

(c)details of the applicant’s employment history, including the name and address of his or her present employer and of any previous employers;

(d)details of any business the applicant carries on or has carried on;

(e)the name and addresses of two referees—

(i)who are not relatives of the applicant;

(ii)each of whom is able to provide a reference as to the applicant’s competence to carry on an establishment of the same description as the establishment; and

(iii)one of whom is the applicant’s most recent employer;

(f)where any certificate or information on any matters referred to in paragraph 4 of Schedule 2 is not available to the responsible person because any provision of the Police Act 1997 has not been brought into force, details of any criminal offences—

(i)of which the responsible person has been convicted, including details of any convictions which are spent within the meaning of section 1 of the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 and which may be disclosed by virtue of the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 (Exceptions) Order 1975; or

(ii)in respect of which he or she has been cautioned by a constable and which, at the time the caution was given, he or she admitted.

2.  Where the applicant is an organisation—

(a)the name of the organisation and the address of the registered office or principal office of the organisation;

(b)the full name, date of birth, address and telephone number of the responsible individual;

(c)details of the professional or technical qualifications of the responsible individual and his or her experience, so far as such qualifications and experience are relevant to supervising the provision of care to children under the age of eight;

(d)if the organisation is a subsidiary of a holding company, the name and address of the registered or principal office of the holding company and of any other subsidiary of that holding company.

3.  In every case—

(a)a reference from a bank expressing an opinion as to the applicant’s financial standing;

(b)a statement as to whether the responsible person has been adjudged bankrupt, or sequestration of his or her estate has been ordered, or he or she has made a composition or arrangement with, his or her creditors;

(c)a statement as to the applicant’s ability to ensure that the child minding or provision of day care, as the case may be, is financially viable.

PART II

Further information

4.  The name, address, telephone number, facsimile number (if any), and electronic mail address (if any) of the premises at which the children are to be looked after (“the premises”).

5.  A description of the premises, and the facilities provided or to be provided for children to be looked after there including a statement as to whether the premises are purpose-built or have been converted for use as an establishment.

6.  The proposed hours for which the applicant wishes to register as a child minder or provider of day care.

7.  The statement of purpose.

8.  A description of the area in which the premises are located and as to access to the premises.

9.  In respect of the premises , a statement as to whether at the date the application is made the premises are capable of being used for the purpose of—

(a)achieving the aims and objectives set out in the statement of purpose ; and

(b)providing the facilities described pursuant to paragraph 5.

without the need for planning permission, building works, or conversion of the premises and, if the premises are not capable of such use at the date the application is made, details of the permission, works or conversion needed.

10.  A statement as to the security arrangements, including arrangements for the purposes of—

(a)safeguarding access to information held at the premises; and

(b)restricting access from adjacent premises or, when the premises form part of a building, from other parts of the building.

11.  Whether any other business or activity is or will be carried on in the premises at the same time as children are looked after there under the proposed registration and, if so, details of such business or activity.

Information about staff

12.  In respect of any person, other than the applicant, who works at, or is intended to work at the premises for the applicant—

(a)the person’s name, sex and date of birth;

(b)the person’s duties and responsibilities in relation to his or her work.

PART III

Further information about staff

13.  In respect of any person, other than the applicant, who works at, or is intended to work at the premises—

(a)whether the person is, or is intended to be, resident in the premises;

(b)if he or she is a relative of any person who has made an application, his or her relationship to such person;

(c)whether the person works or is intended to work, on a full-time basis or on a part-time basis and, if on a part-time basis, the number of hours per week for which it is intended that the person will work;

(d)the date on which the person commenced, or is intended to commence, work;

(e)information as to the person’s qualifications, experience and skills in so far as is relevant to the work that the person is to perform;

(f)a statement by the applicant that he or she is satisfied as to the authenticity of the qualifications, and has verified the experience and skills that are referred in sub-paragraph (e);

(g)a statement as to—

(i)the suitability of the person’s qualifications for the work that the person is to perform;

(ii)whether the person has the skills necessary for such work;

(iii)the person’s fitness to work, and have regular contact, with children under the age of eight;

(h)a statement by the person as to the state of his or her physical and mental health;

(i)a statement by the applicant that the person is physically and mentally fit for the purposes of the work which he or she is to perform;

(j)a statement by the applicant as to whether he or she is satisfied as to the person’s identity, the means by which the applicant so satisfied himself or herself and whether the applicant has obtained a copy of the person’s birth certificate;

(k)confirmation by the applicant that he or she has a recent photograph of the person;

(l)a statement by the applicant that he or she has obtained two references relating to the person and that the applicant is satisfied as to the authenticity of those references;

(m)details of any criminal offences of which the person has been convicted, including details of any convictions which are spent within the meaning of section 1 of the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 and which may be disclosed by virtue of the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 (Exceptions) Order 1975, and, in relation to each such offence, a statement by the person—

(i)as to whether in his or her view the offence is relevant to his or her suitability to care for children under the age of eight and, if so,

(ii)as to why he or she considers that he or she is suitable to perform the work in which he or she is to be employed;

(n)details of any criminal offences in respect of which he or she has been cautioned by a constable and which, at the time the caution was given, he or she admitted.

SCHEDULE 8DOCUMENTS TO BE SUPPLIED ON AN APPLICATION FOR REGISTRATION AS A CHILD MINDER OR AS A PROVIDER OF DAY CARE

Documents concerning applicant

1.  The responsible person’s birth certificate.

2.  Certificates or other suitable evidence relating to the responsible person’s professional or technical qualifications, so far as such qualifications are relevant to looking after children under the age of eight.

3.—(1) Subject to sub-paragraph (2), a report by a general medical practitioner as to whether the responsible person is physically and mentally fit to look after children under the age of eight.

(2) Where the responsible person is unable to obtain the report referred to in sub-paragraph (1), a statement by the responsible person as to the state of his or her physical and mental health..

4.  The following documents in relation to the responsible person—

(a)a criminal record certificate—

(i)which has been issued under section 113 of the Police Act 1997(3); and

(ii)the application for which was countersigned by the National Assembly, including, where applicable, the matters specified in section 113(3A)(a) and (b) and (3C)(a) and (b) of that Act;

(b)an enhanced criminal records certificate—

(i)which has been issued under section 115 of that Act; and

(ii)the application for which was countersigned by the National Assembly,

including, where applicable, the matters specified in section 115(6A) (a) and (b) and (6B) (a) and (b) of that Act.

5.  Where the applicant is an organisation , copies of the last two annual reports it was required to produce.

6.  Where the organisation is a subsidiary of a holding company, the name and address of the registered or principal office and the last two annual reports (if any) of the holding company and of any other subsidiary of that holding company.

7.  The last annual accounts (if any).

8.  A reference from a bank expressing an opinion as to the applicant’s financial standing.

9.  A certificate of insurance for the applicant in respect of liability which may be incurred by him or her in respect of death, injury, public liability, damage or other loss occurring in relation to the proposed child minding or the provision of day care, as the case may be.

Criminal record certificates in respect of staff

10.—(1) A statement confirming that—

(a)the documents specified in sub-paragraph (2) have been issued—

(i)in the case of any applicant, to every person, other than the applicant, who works, or is intended to work, for the applicant; and

(ii)where the applicant is an organisation, to the responsible individual, and

(b)the applicant will make the documents so issued available for inspection by the National Assembly if the National Assembly so requires.

(2) The following documents are specified—

(a)if the position in which the person works, or is intended to work, falls within section 113 (3B) of the Police Act 1997, either—

(i)if the position falls within section 115(3) of that Act, an enhanced criminal record certificate issued to the person under section 115 of that Act; or

(ii)in any other case, a criminal record certificate issued to the person under section 113 of that Act,

including the matters specified in, as the case may be, section 115(6A)(a) and (b) or 113(3A)(a) and (b) of that Act;

(b)if the position in which the person works, or is intended to work, does not fall within section 113(3B) of the Police Act 1997, a criminal record certificate issued to the person under section 113 of that Act.

(1)

1997 c. 50. Sections 113(3A) and 115(6A) were added by section 8(1) and (2) of the Protection of Children Act 1999 (c. 14) and amended by section 104 and 116 of, and paragraph 25(1) and (2) of Schedule 4 to, the Care Standards Act 2000 (c. 14). Sections 113(3C) and 115(6B) are to be added to the Police Act 1997 by section 90(1) and (2) of the Care Standards Act 2000 on a date to be appointed.

(2)

1997 c. 50. 1997 c. 50. Sections 113(3A) was added by section 8(1) of the Protection of Children Act 1999 (c. 14) and amended by section 116 of, and paragraph 25(1) of Schedule 4 to, the Care Standards Act 2000 (c. 14). Section 113(3C) was added by section 90(1) of the Care Standards Act 2000.

(3)

1997 c. 50. Sections 113(3A) and 115(6A) were added by section 8(1) and (2) of the Protection of Children Act 1999 (c. 14) and amended by section 104 and 116 of, and paragraph 25(1) and (2) of Schedule 4 to, the Care Standards Act 2000 (c. 14). Sections 113(3C) and 115(6B) are to be added to the Police Act 1997 by section 90(1) and (2) of the Care Standards Act 2000 on a date to be appointed.

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