(1) In making an immediate school community safety order an authorised person—
(a) must determine the school-related places of the relevant school to which the order applies; and
(b) must determine the period for which the order is to remain in force, which is subject to any provisions of this Part as to the duration, revocation or expiry of immediate school community safety orders; and
(c) may determine conditions to be attached to the order, including but not limited to times when the order does not apply or areas where the order does not apply.
An immediate school community safety order may prohibit the person to whom the order applies from entering on school premises, subject to a condition that the person may enter the premises in particular circumstances, such as for a particular school event.
(2) An authorised person, in making an immediate school community safety order, may specify in the order any reasonable and appropriate actions that the person to whom the order applies may take to have the order revoked.
The following are examples of actions that may be specified in the order—
(a) participating in a specified course;
(b) participating in a nominated alternative dispute resolution process;
(c) apologising or retracting a statement;
(d) participating in an assessment by an independent expert.
S. 2.1A.9 inserted by No. 24/2021 s. 6.