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Regulations 2009 No.12 Care and Protection of Children (Children's Services)



Regulations 2009 No.12 Care and Protection of Children (Children's Services)

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TSchedule 2 Determination of fit and proper person Schedule 2 Determination of fit and proper person regulation 7(1 )(b) An identity document for the person.1 A declaration made within 6 months before the date of the application stating: 2 (a) whether, in Australia or another place, the person has been charged with an offence (other than a parking offence) and: (i) found guilty; or (ii) the charge has not been tried or determined; and (b) the details of any charges or findings of guilt mentioned in paragraph (a). A declaration made by the person indicating whether the person has suffered or currently suffers from any mental or physical condition that may impair the person's ability to operate, manage or control a service. 3 A clearance notice that is in force for the person.4 The names, postal addresses and telephone numbers of 2 persons who are able to make a referee statement about the person. A summary of the person's experience, and evidence of the person's qualifications, relevant to operating a service. 5 6 Care and Protection of Children (Children's Services) Regulations 20

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