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Can you explain your situation a little more?
It depends. Are you on a SOPO?
Sexual offence prevention order.
Is he not on a SOPO at all?
Sorry if I am missing the point but I am not sure why he thinks he may have to declare this.
There are requirements to declare where you are living, travelling, working and bank account information but not everything under the sun.
I don't know whether his crimes were internet based? If so, that might explain it. Even though he should be on a SOPO to achieve this restriction upon his liberty.
Do let me know if you find out why he thinks this would have an impact.
Can I clarify anything for you?
Yes, he would but the register wouldn't prevent him using the internet.
Well, as I have said really notification requirements would not mean he could not use the internet.
If this is a S3 SOA then it would be five years from the date of conviction.
No. It isn't down to the police.
The only way it would be seven years is if it is a more serious offence or they get it extended.