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The Home Detention Curfew Licence (Prescribed Standard Conditions) (Scotland) Order 2008

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PART 1

Prescribed standard conditions – prisoners specified in section 3AA(1)(a) of the 1993 Act

1.  The offender must be of good behaviour and keep the peace.

2.  The offender must not commit any offence.

3.  The offender must not tamper with or intentionally damage the electronic monitoring equipment or device(s) used to monitor compliance with curfew conditions complying with section 12AB of the Prisoners and Criminal Proceedings (Scotland) Act 1993(1), or knowingly allow such equipment or device(s) to be tampered with or intentionally damaged.

4.  The offender must allow a representative or employee of [name of electronic monitoring service provider] access to the address specified in this licence for the purposes of section 12AB(1)(a) of the Prisoners and Criminal Proceedings (Scotland) Act 1993 to install, check, repair or replace the electronic monitoring equipment or device(s).

PART 2

Prescribed standard conditions – prisoners specified in section 3AA(1)(b) of the 1993 Act

1.  The offender must be of good behaviour and keep the peace.

2.  The offender must not commit any offence.

3.  The offender must not tamper with or intentionally damage the electronic monitoring equipment or device(s) used to monitor compliance with curfew conditions complying with section 12AB of the Prisoners and Criminal Proceedings (Scotland) Act 1993, or knowingly allow such equipment or device(s) to be tampered with or intentionally damaged.

4.  The offender must allow a representative or employee of [name of electronic monitoring service provider] access to the address specified in this licence for the purposes of section 12AB(1)(a) of the Prisoners and Criminal Proceedings (Scotland) Act 1993 to install, check, repair or replace the electronic monitoring equipment or device(s).

5.  The offender must report forthwith to the officer in charge of the office at [name and address of the relevant local authority].

6.  The offender must be under the supervision of such officer to be nominated for this purpose from time to time by the Chief Social Work Officer of [name and address of the relevant local authority] (“the supervising officer”).

7.  The offender must comply with such requirements as the supervising officer may specify for the purposes of the offender’s supervision.

8.  The offender must keep in touch with the supervising officer in accordance with that officer’s instructions.

9.  The offender must inform the supervising officer about any change of the offender’s place of residence and provide details to the supervising officer about the offender’s employment (if any).

10.  The offender must not travel outside the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland without the prior permission of the supervising officer.

(1)

Section 12AB was inserted by section 15(10) of the Management of Offenders etc. (Scotland) Act 2005 (asp 14).

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