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Child Protection (Offenders Registration) Act 2000 No 42
Current version for 1 December 2018 to date (accessed 13 November 2019 at 15:18)
Part 3 Division 3 Section 11A
11A   Intended absence from New South Wales to be reported
(1)  This section applies if a registrable person:
(a)  intends to leave New South Wales for 14 or more consecutive days to travel elsewhere in Australia, or
(b)  intends to leave New South Wales to travel out of Australia.
(2)  At least 7 days before leaving New South Wales, the registrable person must report the intended travel to the Commissioner of Police and must provide details of:
(a)  each State, Territory or country to which the person intends to go while out of New South Wales, and
(b)  the approximate dates during which the person intends to be in each of those States, Territories or countries, and
(c)  each address or location within each State, Territory or country at which the person intends to reside (to the extent that they are known) and the approximate dates during which the person intends to reside at those addresses or locations, and
(d)  if the person intends to return to New South Wales, the approximate date on which the person intends to return, and
(e)  if the person does not intend to return to New South Wales, a statement of that intention.
(3)  If circumstances arise making it impracticable for a registrable person to make the report 7 days before the person leaves, it is sufficient compliance with subsection (2) if the registrable person reports the required information to the Commissioner of Police at least 24 hours before the intended travel.