Persons convicted of or cautioned for sexual offences against children may be required to provide the police with specified information about themselves: these are referred to as 'notification requirements'1. Where a person's convictions relate to overseas offences, the notification requirements are imposed via 'notification orders'2. Provision is made for imposing notification requirements on persons who are made subject to sexual harm prevention orders and interim orders3
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