Parents have the right to ask the police for information related to convicted sex offenders under a ruling called Sarah's Law - set up after the murder of eight-year-old Sarah Payne in Click here to give it a like! Super League's top five wingers analysed Rugby League The competition's best finishers have been strutting their stuff since the restart.
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Ms Payne campaigned to bring in a law which allows every parent in the country to know if dangerous offenders are living in their area. Call Department of Justice "the Department". A body was found on July 17, in a field near Pulborough, some 15 miles from Kingston Gorse where she had disappeared.
You should know that disclosure is not guaranteed - the police will only consider telling the person best placed to protect the child — usually a parent, carer or guardian — if the person being checked has a record of child sexual offences or other offences that indicate they may pose a risk to a child.