Your rights under the Sex Offender Information Registration Act
You have these rights under the Sex Offender Information Registration Act:
- The information you give the registration centre can only be looked at, used or given out according to the law. The public does not have access to the registry.
- If you ask for a copy of the information recorded about you at the registration centre, the staff will give it to you.
- You can ask staff to correct any information in your file you believe is incorrect. The staff will correct any information they decide is incorrect. Even if the staff does not change any information in your file, they will note your request in your file.
You can apply to terminate a notice and you can appeal a decision not to terminate the notice.