Giving new bank details to the police whilst on the sex offenders register

23rd Apr 2018

My son was convicted 4 months ago and has since got a new bank account. His probabtion officer has said he needs to inform the police of the new account, however the account was set up 5 weeks ago. Is he in breach of his conditions? We only just realised that he had to do it within 3 days

CATEGORY: Criminal


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  • Kent Criminal Law

    Unfortunately, there really isn't enough information here to answer your question. I am assuming that in addition to being subject of the notification requirements, your son was also made the subject of a Sexual Harm Prevention Order. These orders are tailored to the individual offender and without having sight of the conditions attached to his particular order, it is not possible to say whether opening a bank account was in breach of those conditions. 

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