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CRIMINAL RECORDS ACT 1991 - SECT 10

What is the crime-free period for orders of the Children’s Court?

10 What is the crime-free period for orders of the Children’s Court?

(1) The crime-free period in the case of an order of the Children’s Court under section 33 of the Children (Criminal Proceedings) Act 1987 (other than a finding or order referred to in section 8 (2) or (3) of this Act) in respect of a person is any period of not less than 3 consecutive years after the date of the order during which:
(a) the person has not been subject to a control order, and
(b) the person has not been convicted of an offence punishable by imprisonment, and
(c) the person has not been in prison because of a conviction for any offence and has not been unlawfully at large.
(2) The crime-free period may commence before the date of commencement of section 7.



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