Consultation outcome

Reforming the notification requirements for registered sex offenders

This consultation was published under the 2010 to 2015 Conservative and Liberal Democrat coalition government

This consultation has concluded

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Reforming The Notification Requirements Of Registered Sex Offenders (Part 2 Of The Sexual Offences Act 2003): Summary Of Consultation Responses And Conclusions

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Original consultation

This consultation ran from to

Summary

The consultation sought views on four key proposals to reform the notification requirements for registered sex offenders.

Documents

A summary of responses and conclusions to the consultation.

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Consultation response: reforming the notification requirements for registered sex offenders

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Reforming the notification requirements of registered sex offenders: a targeted consultation

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This targeted consultation seeks views on four key proposals to reform the notification requirements for registered sex offenders.

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Reforming the notification requirements of registered sex offenders - impact assessment

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This impact assessment (and equality impact assessment) outlines the options for the reform of the notification requirements of registered sex offenders.

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Consultation description

The summary of consultation responses is now available.

Last year, the Home Secretary announced plans to consult on measures to extend and strengthen the notification requirements for registered sex offenders to ensure that the police are provided with the intelligence they need to manage registered sex offenders more effectively and robustly, and to prevent offenders from seeking to exploit gaps in existing legislation to cause harm both in the UK and overseas.

The consultation sought views on four key proposals to reform the notification requirements for registered sex offenders. A summary of responses to the consultation is now available.

We would like to thank all parties who participated in the consultation exercise.