(1) The Special Investigations Monitor must cause a report to be laid before each House of the Parliament on the operation of this Part.
(2) The report must be laid before each House after the second anniversary of the commencement of this Part but before the third anniversary of that commencement.
(3) The report must include the opinion of the Special Investigations Monitor as to—
(a) the need for this Act; and
(b) the adequacy of the performance of the Chief Examiner, Examiners and members of the police force of functions and powers under this Act.
(4) The 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.