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The Criminal Justice (Sentencing) (Licence Conditions) Order 2005

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3.—(1) Conditions of a kind set out in paragraph (2) are prescribed for the purposes of section 250(2)(b)(ii) and (4) (b) (ii) of the Act.

(2) The conditions are those which impose on a prisoner:

(a)a requirement that he reside at a certain place;

(b)a requirement relating to his making or maintaining contact with a person;

(c)a restriction relating to his making or maintaining contact with a person;

(d)a restriction on his participation in, or undertaking of, an activity;

(e)a requirement that he participate in, or co-operate with, a programme or set of activities designed to further one or more of the purposes referred to in section 250(8) of the Act;

(f)a requirement that he comply with a curfew arrangement;

(g)a restriction on his freedom of movement (which is not a requirement referred to in sub-paragraph (f));

(h)a requirement relating to his supervision in the community by a responsible officer.

(3) For the purpose of this article, “curfew arrangement” means an arrangement under which a prisoner is required to remain at a specified place for a specified period of time which is not an arrangement contained in a condition imposed by virtue of section 37A(1)(1) of the 1991 Act or section 250(5) of the Act.

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Section 37A was inserted by the Crime and Disorder Act 1998 (c. 37) s100(1). It is prospectively repealed by the Criminal Justice Act 2003 (c. 44), Sch 37.

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