Aaron Sutcliffe, 29, from Lancashire, has to get permission from the Police BEFORE having sex after allegedly infecting women with HIV
Friday 22nd June | by Cop(ex) | Twitter: @ES_Humour |
Sutcliffe has been told by Police that he poses a sexual risk to the public and must now get authorisation BEFORE having sex – whether that be at home in the UK or aboard.
The 29-year old male has been given a Sexual Risk Prevention Order that covers ‘vaginal, oral and anal sex’.
The order itself was issued on 21st June, and is said to cover interactions with both male and female partners.
Prior to seeking to obtain permission to have sex, Sutcliffe has to provide the contact details of the person who he intends to have sex with and is prohibited from having intercourse without a condom.
Once in possession of this information, the Police will then make attempts to get in contact with any potential partners prior to Sutcliffe sleeping with them in order that they can be informed of Sutcliffes’ sexual past.
According to reports from the Metro, the order states: ‘You must stop having sex immediately if there is any indication that the condom is in any way damaged or deficient.
‘You must tell the Police Public Protection Unit in the area where you live of the identity of the person you intend to have sex with.’
‘You must provide the contact details of that person to the unit and get written acknowledgment of the notification’.
His Lawyer, Patrick Nelligan, told the Metro: ‘Mr Sutcliffe has gained his condition as a result of a crime against him which is being investigated.
‘He knows his future sexual behaviour must be appropriate. His current partner is fully aware of the situation.
‘If he engages in a sexual relationship with anyone else that person must be told.’
It has been reported that the order is in place for 24 months and that Sutcliffe has been charged with causing previous bodily harm to two women by infecting them with the HIV Virus.
Sexual Harm Prevention Orders and Sexual Risk Orders were introduced by the Anti-Social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act 2014.
They replace the previous Sexual Offences Preventions Orders, Risk of Sexual Harm Orders and Foreign Travel Orders which were introduced by the Sexual Offences Act 2003.
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