(1) As soon as practicable after the end of each financial year, the Special Investigations Monitor must cause a report to be laid before each House of the Parliament in relation to the performance of the Special Investigations Monitor's functions under this Part.
(2) The report must include details of the following matters—
(a) compliance with this Act during the financial year by the Chief Examiner, Examiners, the Chief Commissioner and other members of the police force; and
(b) the extent to which—
(i) any questions asked in examinations; and
(ii) any requirements to produce documents or other things—
during the financial year were relevant to the investigation of the organised crime offence in relation to which the relevant coercive powers order was made;
(c) the comprehensiveness and adequacy of reports made to the Special Investigations Monitor by the Chief Examiner or the Chief Commissioner under this Act during the financial year; and
(d) the extent to which action recommended by the Special Investigations Monitor to be taken by the Chief Examiner or the Chief Commissioner has been taken during the financial year.
(3) The Special Investigations Monitor may at any time cause a report to be laid before each House of the Parliament on any matter relevant to the performance of the Special Investigations Monitor's functions under this Part.
(4) A report under this section must not contain any information that identifies, or is likely to identify—
(a) any person who has been examined under this Act; or
(b) the nature of any ongoing investigation of an organised crime offence.