Notification requirements (adjournment)

You have been convicted of a sexual offence. You are required within 3 days [of your release] to go to a police station and tell them:

  • your full name, including all other names you may use
  • your date of birth
  • your national insurance number
  • your bank account, credit and debit card, passport and identity document details
  • your main address and any other addresses you may reside at. If you have no main address, every 7 days, you must provide an address or location in the UK where you can regularly be found. You must also notify the police if you stay at an address where anyone under the age of 18 lives.

If you change your name or use an address for more than a total of 7 days in a year, you must tell the police within 3 days of it happening.

If you intend to travel abroad regardless of the length of the trip, you must give the police 7 days advance notice of your plans.

If you do not provide the correct information to the police on time, you will commit an offence and could be sent to prison.

You will be sentenced for the offence(s) on ………….. At that time you will be told how long these requirements will last.

[Deal with bail/remand as appropriate]

Do not leave the court building until you have a written notice of what you have to do.

Unconditional bail
Conditional bail
Remand in custody pre-conviction (either-way & indictable offence)