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Team (2013:852) If The Registry Checks On People Who Work With Children

Original Language Title: Lag (2013:852) om registerkontroll av personer som ska arbeta med barn

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section 1 of The offered employment in the State, a municipality, a

County Councils, a company or organization, if the work

direct and regular contact with children, on request

by offering employment to present an extract from the

register kept pursuant to lagen (1998:620) about

load records.

2 for the purposes of this Act, section

-' undertaking ' means any natural or legal person who carries out the

trade or business, and

– organization means a legal person who is not a company.

section 3, an extract from the criminal record shall, on request, also

presented by the offered or assigned tasks

direct and regular contact with children in such

activities referred to in paragraph 1 if it is done through

1. Mission,

2. employment with someone who entered into a contract with the

operate, or

3. in-service training.

Register extract shall, in the cases referred to in the first subparagraph will be shown

up for it within the business who decides whether to hire

or receive anyone in such a manner referred to therein.

4 § the Register referred to in this law shall not be older

than a year. In the law (1998:620) if the load tables

provide that the Government may provide for

What are the functions of such a statement should contain.

5 § control of an extract from the register shall not be documented

in any other way than by a note of that statement

has shown up.

6 § if in another act or regulation provides

governing the register control for work involving direct

and regular contact with children in activities covered

by this law, shall apply instead of the provisions of

This law.

Transitional provisions


1. this law shall enter into force on 18 december 2013.

2. The new Act shall not apply to the offer or

assigned tasks through such employment referred to in paragraph 3 of the

the first subparagraph of paragraph 2 and to which he or she had before the

the entry into force.