X (South Yorkshire) v Secretary of State for The Home Department and Another: Admn 24 Oct 2012

The offender had twice been convicted of sex assaults against children. He was on the sex offenders register for life subject to a future right to seek de-registration. He now challenged as unlawful, the policy, ‘The Child Sex Offender (CSO) Disclosure Scheme Guidance Document’, (CSOD) issued by the respondent for the release of details of a convicted person to appropriate members of the public.
Sir Roger Thomas P QBD, Hickinbottom JJ
[2012] EWHC 2954 (Admin)
Bailii
Citing:
CitedRegina v Chief Constable for North Wales Police Area Authority ex parte AB and CD etc Admn 10-Jul-1997
The police have power to release limited information about offenders. In this case known paedophiles were staying at a campsite, and their criminal record was disclosed to the site owner. There was no harrassment under s3 of the 1968 Act. On any . .
CitedRegina v Chief Constable of North Wales Police and Others Ex Parte Thorpe and Another; Regina v Chief Constable for North Wales Police Area and others ex parte AB and CB CA 18-Mar-1998
Public Identification of Pedophiles by Police
AB and CB had been released from prison after serving sentences for sexual assaults on children. They were thought still to be dangerous. They moved about the country to escape identification, and came to be staying on a campsite. The police sought . .

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Updated: 20 April 2021; Ref: scu.465202