If in your company's activity you regularly interact with minors, you or your workers must comply with Law 26/2015 of July 28 on the Legal Protection of Minors. Furthermore, as of March 1, the documentation established by the Law will be required.

Therefore, it will be a requirement for access and exercise of professions, trades and activities that involve regular contact with minors, not having been convicted by a final sentence for any crime against sexual freedom and indemnity, which includes sexual assault and abuse, sexual harassment, exhibitionism and sexual provocation, prostitution and sexual exploitation and corruption of minors, as well as human trafficking. To this end, whoever seeks access to such professions, trades or activities You must prove this circumstance by providing a negative certification from the Central Registry of sexual offenders. 

This Certificate can be requested from March 1 in person at the Ministry of Justice, or with a digital certificate, through the website of said Ministry (www.mjusticia.gob.es). The application form (790) can be downloaded from said website, although it is not transmitted electronically.

Thus, it must require all its workers who usually have a relationship, due to their activity, with minors, to provide them with the Certificate indicated above.

“Modification of art. 13 of Law 1/1996, introduced by Law 26/2015, which are worded as follows:

"1. Any person or authority, and especially those who, due to their profession or function, detect a situation of abuse, risk or possible neglect of a minor, will notify the authority or its closest agents, without prejudice to providing the immediate assistance they need. »

"4. Any person who becomes aware, through any source of information, of a fact that could constitute a crime against sexual freedom and indemnity, trafficking in human beings, or exploitation of minors, will have the obligation to inform the Ministry. Prosecutor without prejudice to the provisions of criminal procedural legislation.

"5. It will be a requirement for access and exercise to professions, trades and activities that involve regular contact with minors, not having been convicted by a final judgment for any crime against sexual freedom and indemnity, which includes sexual assault and abuse, sexual harassment, exhibitionism and sexual provocation, prostitution and sexual exploitation and corruption of minors, as well as human trafficking. To this end, anyone seeking access to such professions, trades or activities must prove this circumstance by providing a negative certification from the Central Registry of sexual offenders.

 

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