Sexual Offences

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Sexual Offences
1 Identification
1.1 Section 1
1.1.1 After allegation, illegal to include info likely to lead to identification
1.1.1.1 name
1.1.1.2 age
1.1.1.3 school
1.1.1.4 workplace
1.1.1.5 still or moving pic
1.1.2 When does it cease to apply?
1.1.2.1 After death
1.1.2.2 By court order at D's request
1.1.2.2.1 To encourage witnesses
1.1.2.2.2 For an alibi to come forward
1.1.2.3 Victim's consent
1.1.2.3.1 Must be in writing
1.1.2.3.2 Must be 16 or over
1.1.2.4 False allegation
1.2 Anonymity
1.2.1 for life
1.2.2 includes sexual harassment at work
1.3 Jigsaw identification
1.3.1 If incest case, media use D's name or none and say within family
2 Defences
2.1 Editor, reporter or publication
2.1.1 not aware
2.1.2 no suspicion
2.1.3 no reason to suspect
3 Editor's Code of Practice
3.1 Policed by IPSO
3.2 Clause 11
3.2.1 Press must not identify victims or sexual assault or contribute to identification
3.2.1.1 Without justification
3.3 Clause 7
3.3.1 Press must not identify children under 16 who are victims or witnesses in sex offence case
3.3.1.1 Even if legal
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