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3After section 64 of the 2000 Act there is inserted—E+W
Nothing in this Chapter prevents a court which makes a supervision order in respect of an offender from also making a curfew order in respect of him.”
4(1)Schedule 6 to the 2000 Act (requirements which may be included in supervision orders) is amended as follows.E+W
(2)In paragraph 2(5) (total number of days during which offender may be required to comply with directions of supervisor not to exceed 90), for “90” there is substituted “ 180 ”.
(3)In paragraph 3 (requirements as to activities, reparation, night restrictions etc)—
(a)sub-paragraph (2)(e) (night restriction) is omitted, and
(b)in sub-paragraph (3) (total number of days in respect of which an offender may be subject to requirements imposed by virtue of any of sub-paragraph (2)(a) to (e) not to exceed 90)—
(i)for the words “, (d) or (e)” there is substituted “ or (d) ”, and
(ii)for “90” there is substituted “ 180 ”.
(4)Paragraph 4 (night restrictions) is omitted.
(5)After paragraph 5 there is inserted—
5A(1)Where the conditions mentioned in sub-paragraph (2) below are satisfied, a supervision order may impose a requirement (“a foster parent residence requirement”) that the offender shall live for a specified period with a local authority foster parent.
(2)The conditions are that—
(a)the offence is punishable with imprisonment in the case of an offender aged 18 or over;
(b)the offence, or the combination of the offence and one or more offences associated with it, was so serious that a custodial sentence would normally be appropriate (or, where the offender is aged 10 or 11, would normally be appropriate if the offender were aged 12 or over); and
(c)the court is satisfied that—
(i)the behaviour which constituted the offence was due to a significant extent to the circumstances in which the offender was living, and
(ii)the imposition of a foster parent residence requirement will assist in his rehabilitation.
(3)A foster parent residence requirement shall designate the local authority who are to place the offender with a local authority foster parent under section 23(2)(a) of the Children Act 1989, and that authority shall be the authority in whose area the offender resides.
(4)A court shall not impose a foster parent residence requirement unless—
(a)the court has been notified by the Secretary of State that arrangements for implementing such a requirement are available in the area of the designated authority;
(b)the notice has not been withdrawn; and
(c)the court has consulted the designated authority.
(5)Subject to paragraph 5(2A) of Schedule 7 to this Act, the maximum period which may be specified in a foster parent residence requirement is twelve months.
(6)A court shall not impose a foster parent residence requirement in respect of an offender who is not legally represented at the relevant time in that court unless—
(a)he was granted a right to representation funded by the Legal Services Commission as part of the Criminal Defence Service for the purposes of the proceedings but the right was withdrawn because of his conduct; or
(b)he has been informed of his right to apply for such representation for the purposes of the proceedings and has had opportunity to do so, but nevertheless refused or failed to apply.
(7)In sub-paragraph (6) above—
(a)“the relevant time” means the time when the court is considering whether or not to impose the requirement, and
(b)“the proceedings” means—
(i)the whole proceedings, or
(ii)the part of the proceedings relating to the imposition of the requirement.
(8)A supervision order imposing a foster parent residence requirement may also impose any of the requirements mentioned in paragraphs 2, 3, 6 and 7 of this Schedule.
(9)If at any time while a supervision order imposing a foster parent residence requirement is in force, the supervisor notifies the offender—
(a)that no suitable local authority foster parent is available, and
(b)that the supervisor has applied or proposes to apply under paragraph 5 of Schedule 7 for the variation or revocation of the order,
the foster parent residence requirement shall, until the determination of the application, be taken to require the offender to live in local authority accommodation (as defined by section 163 of this Act).
(10)This paragraph does not affect the power of a local authority to place with a local authority foster parent an offender to whom a local authority residence requirement under paragraph 5 above relates.
(11)In this paragraph “local authority foster parent” has the same meaning as in the Children Act 1989.”
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