Alberta Sex Offender Information Registration Regulations (SOR/2004-239)

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Alberta Sex Offender Information Registration Regulations

SOR/2004-239

SEX OFFENDER INFORMATION REGISTRATION ACT

Registration 2004-10-26

Alberta Sex Offender Information Registration Regulations

The Lieutenant Governor in Council of Alberta, pursuant to subsection 18(1) of the Sex Offender Information Registration Act, hereby makes the annexed Alberta Sex Offender Information Registration Regulations.

October 19, 2004

Lieutenant Governor of Alberta

Lois Hole

Interpretation

 The following definitions apply in these Regulations.

aboriginal police service

aboriginal police service means a first nations police service established in accordance with subsection 5(1) of the Alberta Police Act. (service de police autochtone)

Act

Act means the Sex Offender Information Registration Act. (Loi)

Alberta Police Act

Alberta Police Act means the Police Act, Revised Statutes of Alberta 2000, c. P-17, as amended from time to time. (loi albertaine sur la police)

municipal police service

municipal police service means a police service established under section 27 of the Alberta Police Act. (service de police municipal)

peace officer

peace officer means a person appointed as a peace officer under the Peace Officer Act or any other enactment of Alberta and to whom all or part of the Peace Officer Act or any of its regulations apply. (agent de la paix)

Peace Officer Act

Peace Officer Act means the Peace Officer Act, S.A. 2006, c. P-3.5, as amended from time to time. (loi albertaine sur les agents de la paix)

RCMP

RCMP means the Royal Canadian Mounted Police. (GRC)

regional police service

regional police service means a police service established under section 24 of the Alberta Police Act. (service de police régional)

special constable

special constable[Repealed, SOR/2012-52, s. 1]

  • SOR/2012-52, s. 1.

Persons Authorized to Collect Information

 The following persons are authorized in the Province of Alberta to collect information for the purposes of the Act:

  • (a) a member of the RCMP or a peace officer appointed to, or employed by, the RCMP; and

  • (b) a police officer or peace officer appointed to, or employed by,

    • (i) a regional police service,

    • (ii) a municipal police service, or

    • (iii) an aboriginal police service.

  • (c) [Repealed, SOR/2012-52, s. 2]

  • SOR/2012-52, s. 2.

Persons Authorized to Register Information

 Persons who are registrars at the Sex Offender Information Registration Centre Alberta, administered by RCMP “K” Division, are authorized in the Province of Alberta to register information for the purposes of the Act.

Registration Centres

  •  (1) The following places are designated as registration centres in the Province of Alberta:

    • (a) each RCMP detachment;

    • (b) the headquarters of each regional police service or municipal police service, other than that of the municipal police service of the City of Calgary;

    • (c) the administration office of the Calgary police service; and

    • (d) the headquarters of each aboriginal police service.

  • (2) The following are designated as the areas served by the registration centres:

    • (a) for an RCMP detachment, the area served by the detachment;

    • (b) for the headquarters of regional police services or municipal police services, the municipalities served by those police services;

    • (c) for the administration office of the Calgary police service, the City of Calgary; and

    • (d) for the headquarters of an aboriginal police service, the area served by that police service.

Coming into Force

Footnote * These Regulations come into force on the day on which the Sex Offender Information Registration Act, chapter 10 of the Statutes of Canada, 2004, comes into force.

 
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