A range of sexual offences in Ireland are prohibited by law. The following information sets out the most important of those offences. The precise charge for these offences depends on all the circumstances of the case, the age of the victim and the evidence available. The current penalties for sex offences in Ireland include:
- Being placed on the Sex Offenders Register
- Sex Offenders Orders
- Post release supervision.
Sex offenders must tell certain prospective employers in Ireland that they have been convicted of such offences. Further information on this duty is set out in our document on Garda clearance for employees.
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