A 'sexual risk order' is an order which, for the purpose of:
(1) protecting the public1 or any particular members of the public from harm2 from the defendant3; or
(2) protecting children4 or vulnerable adults5 generally, or any particular children or vulnerable adults, from harm from the defendant outside the United Kingdom6,
(3) prohibits the offender from doing anything described in the order7. A sexual risk order may be made only on the application of the police8. The court may make the order only if it is satisfied that the defendant has9 done an act of a sexual nature
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