The power to make risk of sexual harm orders was introduced in 20031 and brought into force in 20042. Their purposes was to protect children generally, or any child, from harm from an offender who has:
(1) engaged in sexual activity involving a child or in the presence of a child3;
(2) caused or incited a child to watch a person engaging in sexual activity or to look at a moving or still image that is sexual4;
(3) given a child anything that relates to sexual activity or contains a reference to such activity
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