I've received an alert about a driver who is currently disqualified from driving

What does this mean? 
The DVLA have informed us that the driver is currently disqualified and as such should not be driving.
What do I need to do next?
High risk offenders:
The DVLA will send the driver an application form 90 days before their disqualification ends. During that time the driver must have a medical examination with one of DVLA’s appointed doctors to prove they're fit to drive.
Non-high risk offenders:
The DVLA will send the driver a D27 form 56 days before their disqualification period ends. They'll need to fill in the form and return it to DVLA. They may need to send in a new passport-style photo with their application.
If you believe this information to be incorrect please contact Driving Monitor to ensure the records are up-to-date.
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