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Child Protection (Offenders Registration) Act 2000 No 42
Current version for 22 November 2019 to date (accessed 27 January 2020 at 23:45)
Part 3 Division 1 Section 6
6   Notices to be given when registrable person ceases to be in custody or under supervision of supervising authority
(1)  As soon as practicable before or after a registrable person—
(a)  ceases to be in strict government custody, or
(b)  ceases to be in government custody, or
(c)  ceases to be subject to a supervised sentence, or
(d)  ceases to participate in the Pre-Trial Diversion of Offenders Program under the Pre-Trial Diversion of Offenders Act 1985, or
(e)  ceases to be subject to a condition of parole requiring the person to be subject to supervision, or
(f)  ceases to be an existing licensee, or
(g)  becomes subject to an order under section 49 of the Mental Health (Forensic Provisions) Act 1990 that allows the person to be absent from a mental health facility, correctional centre or other place on a regular and unsupervised basis,
whether in respect of a registrable offence or otherwise, the supervising authority for the person is to give written notice of that fact to the Commissioner of Police.
(2)  As soon as practicable before or after a registrable person who has been in government custody for 14 or more consecutive days ceases to be in government custody, whether in respect of a registrable offence or otherwise, the supervising authority for the person is to give written notice to the person of—
(a)  the person’s reporting obligations, and
(b)  the consequences that may arise if the person fails to comply with those obligations.
(3)  Notice is not required to be given under subsection (2) if the person ceases to be in government custody because of an order under section 49 of the Mental Health (Forensic Provisions) Act 1990 that allows the person to be absent from a mental health facility, correctional centre or other place on a regular and unsupervised basis.
(4)  The regulations may make provision for or with respect to the following—
(a)  what constitutes absence on a regular and unsupervised basis,
(b)  the manner and form in which written notice must be given under this section.