(1) If a person is convicted of an offence, the judge or magistrate presiding at the proceedings where the person was convicted may order—
(a) the person to attend a police station; or
(b) that a police officer be permitted to attend on the person in a place of detention;
within 1 month after the conviction to allow impressions of the person's fingerprints or a photograph of the person to be taken in accordance with the order.
(2) A person shall not, without reasonable excuse, fail to allow impressions or a photograph to be taken under an order under subsection (1).
Maximum penalty: $10 000, imprisonment for 12 months or both.