Child Protection (Offenders Registration) Act 2000 No 42
Corresponding registrable persons—special provisions
Corresponding registrable persons
A is a person who:has at any time been in a foreign jurisdiction and at that time was required to report to the corresponding registrar, andwould, if the person were currently in that jurisdiction, still be required to report to that corresponding registrar.Subject to the regulations, a person is a corresponding registrable person under subsection (1) even if the offence in respect of which he or she is required to report in the foreign jurisdiction is not a registrable offence for the purposes of this Act.A includes a person who:has been found guilty of an offence under a law of a foreign jurisdiction that is a Class 1 offence or a Class 2 offence for the purposes of this Act, andas a consequence of having been found guilty of that offence has been required to report in that jurisdiction information about himself or herself to a person or body exercising functions substantially similar to those of the Commissioner of Police under this Act, and to keep that information current for a particular period, andwould, if the person were currently in that jurisdiction, still be required to report that information.The regulations may exclude any person or class of persons from being a corresponding registrable person.
Reporting period for corresponding registrable person
The reporting period for a corresponding registrable person is the whole period during which the person is a corresponding registrable person.
A person who becomes a corresponding registrable person while the person is in New South Wales must report the person’s relevant personal information to the Commissioner of Police within 7 days (not counting any days spent in government custody) after becoming a corresponding registrable person if:the person has not previously reported the person’s relevant personal information to the Commissioner of Police, orthe person is a registrable person whose reporting period has expired.Despite subsection (1), a corresponding registrable person who is proposing to leave New South Wales within those 7 days must report the person’s relevant personal information to the Commissioner of Police before leaving New South Wales.