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Child Protection (Offenders Registration) Act 2000 No 42
Current version for 1 December 2018 to date (accessed 19 November 2019 at 23:34)
Part 3 Division 7 Section 15
15   Suspension and extension of reporting obligations
(1)  A registrable person’s reporting obligations are suspended for any period during which:
(a)  the person is in government custody, or
(b)  the person is outside New South Wales unless the person is a person to whom Division 5 applies or the obligation is under section 11B, or
(c)  the person is the subject of an order in force under section 16 (or an equivalent order in a foreign jurisdiction), or
(d)  the person is the subject of an interim supervision order or extended supervision order under the Crimes (High Risk Offenders) Act 2006 or the Terrorism (High Risk Offenders) Act 2017.
(2)  The period for which a registrable person’s reporting obligations continue is extended by the length of time for which those obligations are suspended from time to time under subsection (1) (a).
(3)  The period for which a registrable person’s reporting obligations continue is extended by the length of time for which those obligations are suspended from time to time under subsection (1) (b) if, during the time in which the obligations are suspended, the registrable person:
(a)  is travelling outside Australia for one month or more or is resident outside Australia, and
(b)  is not required to report under any corresponding Act.
(4)  The period for which a registrable person’s reporting obligations continue is extended by any countable period during which the person is in breach of the person’s reporting obligations.
(5)  For the purposes of subsection (4), a countable period occurs when a person fails to make an initial report under Division 2, or an annual report under section 10, within one month after the day on which the report was due to be made. In such a case the countable period:
(a)  commences one month after the report was due to be made, and
(b)  finishes when the person reports the person’s relevant personal information to the Commissioner of Police, and
(c)  does not include any period during which the person’s reporting obligations are suspended.