(1) If the court is making a community correction order for a period of 6 months or longer, the court may fix a period (being part of the period for which the order is in force) as the intensive compliance period.
Where a court is making a community correction order that has a period of, for example, 2 years, the intensive compliance period fixed by the court may be for a lesser period of, for example, 8 months.
(2) A court that fixes an intensive compliance period under subsection (1) must determine that one or more conditions attached to a community correction order are to be completed within the intensive compliance period.
(a) a court is sentencing an offender in respect of two or more offences in the same proceeding; and
(b) the court makes separate community correction orders in respect of any two or more of the offences, the periods of which are cumulative; and
(c) the court fixes intensive compliance periods for the orders that are cumulative—
the intensive compliance periods are to run cumulatively from the commencement of the first order and then the balance of the periods of the orders are to run cumulatively.
S. 40 substituted by No. 65/2011 s. 21.