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36D—(1) A reparation order must name the petty sessions district in which it appears to—
(a)the court making the order; or
(b)the court amending under Schedule 1A any provision included in the order,
that the offender resides or will reside.
(2) In this Order “responsible officer”, in relation to an offender subject to a reparation order, means one of the following who is specified in the order—
(a)a probation officer;
(b)a social worker of the appropriate authority; and
(c)such other person as the Secretary of State may designate.
(3) Where a reparation order specifies as the responsible officer a probation officer, the officer must be an officer appointed for or assigned to the petty sessions district named in the order.
(4) The court by which a reparation order is made must[F3 as soon as is practicable] give copies of the order to—
(a)the offender subject to the order;
(b)his parent or guardian; and
(c)the responsible officer.
(5) Except where the court is itself a magistrates' court acting for the petty sessions district specified in the order, the court must send to the clerk of petty sessions for the petty sessions district so specified—
(a)a copy of the order; and
(b)such documents and information relating to the case as it considers likely to be of assistance to a youth court acting for that district in exercising its functions in relation to the order.
(6) A magistrates' court must cause a reason stated by it under Article 36B(4) or (5)(a) to be entered in the Order Book.
(7) The Secretary of State may pay any expenses of a person designated by him which are incurred under Article 36A or in performing any functions as the responsible officer of an offender subject to a reparation order.
(8) Schedule 1A (which makes provision for dealing with failures to comply with reparation orders and for their revocation and amendment) shall have effect.]]
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