A treatment order must—
(a) state the offence to which the order relates; and
(b) record the offender's conviction for the offence; and
(c) state the total period for which the order is in force; and
(i) a custodial part; and
(ii) a treatment and supervision part; and
(e) require the offender to sign an undertaking to comply with the order and any other obligations under the Crimes (Sentence Administration) Act 2005
for the period the order is in force.
Note Words in the singular number include the plural (see Legislation Act
, s 145 (b)).