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CRIMINAL LAW (HIGH RISK OFFENDERS) ACT 2015 - SECT 5

5—Meaning of high risk offender

For the purposes of this Act, a "high risk offender" is—

            (a)         a serious sexual offender who was sentenced to a period of imprisonment in respect of the serious sexual offence; or

            (b)         a person referred to in paragraph (a) who is serving a sentence of imprisonment any part of which is in respect of any of the following offences:

                  (i)         an offence under section 58 or  63A of the Criminal Law Consolidation Act 1935 ;

                  (ii)         an offence under section 444565 or  66N(2) of the Child Sex Offenders Registration Act 2006 ;

                  (iii)         an offence under section 99I of the Summary Procedure Act 1921 ;

                  (iv)         an offence prescribed by the regulations for the purposes of this paragraph; or

            (c)         a serious violent offender who was sentenced to a period of imprisonment in respect of the serious offence of violence; or

            (ca)         a terror suspect who is serving a sentence of imprisonment; or

            (d)         a person who is subject to an extended supervision order.



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