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As a result of this, appeals against indefinite inclusion within the register were introduced.
Appeals can be made to the local police force by an offender after inclusion on the register for 15 years.
If the local police force declines to remove the offender from the register, they may appeal to a magistrates' court.
Offenders must inform the police within three days if there are any changes in their name, address, bank details, passport or other ID document.
In response to a Freedom of Information request in 2009, for example, Greater Manchester Police reported that of 16 people in their area placed on Vi SOR since 2007 on their initiative and not as a result of a relevant conviction, four (25%) had clean criminal records.
It used to be managed by the National Policing Improvement Agency of the Home Office, but this was replaced by the National Crime Agency on 7 October 2013, as a feature of the Crime and Courts Act 2013, which also formally abolished the NPIA.
Notification periods for offenders sentenced under the 2003 Act are as follows: Finite notification periods are halved if the person is under 18 when convicted or cautioned.
In April 2010 the United Kingdom Supreme Court ruled that indefinite notification requirements contained in section 82(1) of the 2003 Act were a breach of individual human rights as they were disproportionate.
Offenders must also inform the police at least seven days in advance of any foreign travel (it used to be only if it was for a period of 3 days or more), and they must register any addresses in the UK at which they stay for more than a total of 7 days within any 365-day period.
They must provide: That is, if they have not needed to inform the police of any changes above, they must attend a designated police station to register if they have not done so for a year.
Failure to comply is an offence, subject to a penalty five years imprisonment.