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CRIMES (SENTENCING) ACT 2005 - SECT 80Y

Core conditions

    (1)     The "core conditions", of a treatment order, while the treatment and supervision part of the order is in force, are that an offender subject to the order—

        (a)     must not commit another offence against a law in force in Australia or elsewhere ; and

        (b)     if the offender is charged with an offence against a law in force in Australia or elsewhere—must tell the responsible director-general about the charge as soon as possible, but within 2 days after the day the offender becomes aware of the charge ; and

        (c)     must report to a member of the treatment and supervision team for the treatment order at the places and times directed by a member of the team; and

        (d)     must receive visits from a member of the treatment and supervision team for the treatment order at the times directed by a member of the team; and

        (e)     if the offender's contact details change—must tell the responsible director-general about the change as soon as possible, but not later than 1 day after the day the offender becomes aware of the change of details; and

        (f)     must not—

              (i)     leave or stay outside the ACT without the permission of the court for a continuous period of more than 24 hours; and

              (ii)     if the court grants the offender permission to leave or stay outside the ACT—fail to comply with any condition of the court's permission; and

        (g)     must—

              (i)     appear before the court at the times directed by the court; and

              (ii)     comply with the directions of the court; and

        (h)     must comply with any other reasonable direction of—

              (i)     a member of the treatment and supervision team for the order; or

              (ii)     a person prescribed by regulation.

    (2)     The court must not amend a condition mentioned in subsection (1).

    (3)     In this section:

"contact details", of an offender, means the offender's—

        (a)     home address or phone number; and

        (b)     work address or phone number; and

        (c)     mobile phone number.

"positive", for a test sample—see the Corrections Management Act 2007

, dictionary.

"responsible director-general" means 1 or both of the following:

        (a)     the health director-general;

        (b)     the director-general responsible for this Act.



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