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Standard supervision condition

232C Standard supervision condition

(1) For the purposes of section 124H(1) of the Act, it is a standard condition of a re-integration home detention order that the offender is to be subject to supervision for the period of the order.
(2) An offender who is subject to supervision has the following obligations--
(a) to report to a community corrections officer at the times and places directed by the officer,
(b) to comply with all reasonable directions of a community corrections officer relating to any of the following--
(i) the place in which the offender is to reside,
(ii) participating in programs, treatment, interventions or other related activities,
(iii) without limiting subparagraph (ii), participating in employment, education, training or other related activities,
(iv) not undertaking specified employment, education, training, volunteer, leisure or other activities,
(v) not associating with a specified person,
(vi) not frequenting or visiting a specified place or area,
(vii) ceasing drug use,
(viii) ceasing or reducing alcohol use,
(ix) drug and alcohol testing,
(x) requirements for the purposes of monitoring compliance with the re-integration home detention order,
(xi) giving consent to third parties providing information to a community corrections officer about the offender's compliance with the re-integration home detention order,
(c) to comply with any other reasonable directions of a community corrections officer,
(d) to permit a community corrections officer to visit the offender at the offender's place of residence at any time and, for that purpose, to enter the premises,
(e) to notify a community corrections officer of any change to his or her place of residence, contact details or employment--
(i) if practicable, before the change occurs, or
(ii) if that is not practicable, within 7 days of the change occurring,
(f) not to leave New South Wales without the permission of a community corrections manager,
(g) not to leave Australia without the permission of the Parole Authority.
(3) Supervision of the offender is to be carried out by a community corrections officer.

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