Child Protection Register or Sex Offender Register

Disclaimer: This article is intended to provide a summary and general overview only. It is not intended to be, nor does it constitute, legal advice. You should seek legal advice from a barrister or solicitor working in the area of criminal law and/or human rights law before acting or relying on any of its content. Overview The operation of the Child Protection Register (often referred to as the Sex Offenders Register) in New South Wales is governed by two pieces of legislation. The Child Protection (Offenders Registration) Act 2000 (NSW) provides that registrable persons must register with police and provide relevant personal details, while the Child Protection (Offenders Prohibition Orders)

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