National Vetting Bureau (Children and Vulnerable Persons) Act 2012
Register of vetted persons.
11.— (1) The Chief Bureau Officer shall cause to be established and maintained, in such form (including electronic form) as he or she considers appropriate, a register of vetted persons who were or are the subject of applications for vetting disclosure in accordance with this Act.
(2) The register of vetted persons shall contain the following information in respect of each vetted person:
(a) his or her name and, where he or she also uses one or more other names, each of those names;
(b) in a case where he or she has a former name, including where appropriate, a maiden name, that name or each of them, as the case may be;
(c) his or her gender;
(d) his or her mother’s maiden name;
(e) his or her address;
(f) his or her previous addresses (if any);
(g) his or her date of birth;
(h) his or her place of birth;
(i) his or her nationality (if known);
(j) his or her Passport Number (if available);
(k) his or her personal identification number (if any);
(l) the date of application for vetting disclosure and the outcome of the application;
(m) the name and particulars of the relevant organisation making the application for vetting disclosure;
(n) the relevant work or activity, and relevant organisation (if different from the relevant organisation making the application for vetting disclosure), to which the application relates;
(o) a declaration of consent referred to in section 13 (4) (e);
(p) particulars of the vetting disclosures made in respect of the vetted person;
(q) such other information as the Bureau may reasonably require for the performance of its functions under this Act.
(3) Any information referred to in subsection (2) in respect of a person who was or is the subject of an application for vetting disclosure that, immediately before the commencement of this section, is in the possession of the Garda Central Vetting Unit shall, on such commencement, be deemed to be entered in the register of vetted persons.