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Note 1: A child generally lives in the same household as a registrable offender only if they live together in the household for at least 3 days (whether or not consecutive) in a period of 12 months (see s 60(b)).
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A person must not disclose any information relating to a registrable person obtained in connection with the administration or execution of this Act, unless the disclosure: Keep police informed of their whereabouts and other personal details for a period of time, to reduce the likelihood that they will re-offend, and to facilitate the investigation and prosecution of any future offences that they may commit, and for related purposes .
To reduce the likelihood that they will reoffend and to facilitate the investigation of any future offences that they may commit), to enable courts to make orders specifying certain offenders to be reportable offenders, and for related purposes A person (a) whom a court, on or after the commencement of this Act, sentences for a reportable offence; or (b) whom the court is satisfied poses a risk of committing a reportable offence in the future Class 1 offence: 8 years Multiple class 1 offences: 15 years Class 2 offence: 15 years Class 3 offence: 15 years Offence under s 158 of the Criminal Code (murder): Life (when committed in conjunction with a Class 1,2, or 3 offence) Class 3 offence, and then commits and sentenced for Class 2 or Class 3 offence: Life To reduce the likelihood that they will re-offend and to facilitate the investigation and prosecution of any future offences that they may commit, to enable information to be published about certain offenders, to enable courts to make orders prohibiting certain offenders from engaging in specified conduct, and for related purposes.