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WORKING WITH CHILDREN ACT 2005 - SCHEDULE 3

Schedule 3—Obligations and orders and offences

Sections 21B, 33, 35 and 36

        1     Obligations and orders

    1.1     Reporting obligations imposed on a person by Part 3 of the Sex Offenders Registration Act 2004 .

    1.2     An extended supervision order or interim extended supervision order under the Serious Sex Offenders Monitoring Act 2005 .

    1.3     A supervision order or a detention order.

        2     Offences

Sch. 3 cl. 2.1 substituted by No. 72/2016 s. 21(1).

    2.1     An offence specified in clause 1 of Schedule 1 to the Sentencing Act 1991 (sexual offences) other than a carnal knowledge offence.

Sch. 3 cl. 2.1A inserted by No. 72/2016 s. 21(1).

    2.1A     A carnal knowledge offence where the conduct constituting the offence occurs when the person committing the offence is an adult.

    2.2     An offence specified in clause 2 of Schedule 1 to the Sentencing Act 1991 (violent offences).

    2.3     An offence specified in clause 4 of Schedule 1 to the Sentencing Act 1991 (drug offences).

    2.4     An offence—

        (a)     against section 71AB (trafficking in a drug of dependence to a child) or 71B (supply of a   drug of dependence to a child) of the Drugs, Poisons and Controlled Substances Act 1981 ; or

        (b)     under a law of a jurisdiction other than Victoria that, if it had been committed in Victoria, would have constituted an offence against section 71AB or 71B of the Drugs, Poisons and Controlled Substances Act 1981 .

    2.5     An offence—

        (a)     against section 46 or 47 of the Sex Offenders Registration Act 2004 or against Part 5 of that Act (other than section 70); or

        (b)     against the Serious Sex Offenders Monitoring Act 2005 (other than section 42(3)); or

        (c)     against the Serious Sex Offenders (Detention and Supervision) Act 2009 (other than section 182 or 186); or

        (d)     under a law of a jurisdiction other than Victoria that, if it had been committed in Victoria, would have constituted an offence against section 46 or 47 of the Sex Offenders Registration Act 2004 or against Part 5 of that Act (other than section 70) or against the Serious Sex Offenders Monitoring Act 2005 (other than section 42(3)) or against the Serious Sex Offenders (Detention and Supervision) Act 2009 (other than section 182 or 186).

    2.6     An offence against section 271.4 (trafficking in children) or 271.7 (domestic trafficking in children) of the Criminal Code of the Commonwealth other than in circumstances where the purpose of the exploitation is to provide sexual services within the meaning of that section.

    2.7     An offence against section 21A of the Crimes Act 1958 or an offence under a law of a jurisdiction other than Victoria that, if it had been   committed in Victoria, would have constituted an offence against section 21A of that   Act, in circumstances where—

        (a)     the person against whom the offence is committed is a child; and

Sch. 3 cl. 2.7(b) substituted by No. 72/2016 s. 21(2).

        (b)     the conduct constituting the offence occurred when the person committing the offence is an adult.

Sch. 3 cl. 2.8 amended by Nos 47/2016 s. 49(10), 72/2016 s. 21(3).

    2.8     An offence against section 49N(1) of the Crimes Act 1958 or an offence under a law of a jurisdiction other than Victoria that, if it had been   committed in Victoria, would have constituted an offence against section 49N(1) of that   Act, in circumstances where the conduct constituting the offence occurs when the person committing the offence is an adult.

Sch. 3 cl. 2.9 inserted by No. 47/2016 s. 49(11), amended by No. 72/2016 s. 21(4).

    2.9     An offence against section 60B(2) of the Crimes Act 1958 (loitering near schools etc.) inserted in the Crimes Act 1958 on 21 December 1993 by section 10 of the Crimes (Amendment) Act 1993 and repealed by section 16 of the Crimes Amendment (Sexual Offences) Act 2016 or an offence under a law of a jurisdiction other than Victoria that, if it had been committed in Victoria, would have constituted an offence against section 60B(2), in circumstances where the conduct constituting the offence occurs when the person committing the offence is an adult.

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