(1) For the purposes of section 325, a person is a relevant sexual or violent offender if he falls within one or more of [subsections (2) to (4)].
(2) A person falls within this subsection if he is subject to the notification requirements of Part 2 of the Sexual Offences Act 2003 (c 42).
(3) A person falls within this subsection if—
(a) he is convicted by a court in England or Wales of murder or an offence specified in Schedule 15 [or in subsection (4A) below], and
(b) one of the following sentences is imposed on him in respect of the conviction—
(i) a sentence of imprisonment for a term of 12 months or more,
(ii) a sentence of detention in a young offender institution for a term
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