Crimes (Forensic Procedures) Act 2000 No 59
75M Making of order
(1) If a court makes an order for the carrying out of a forensic
procedure on an untested former offender, the court must:
(a) specify the forensic procedure authorised to be carried out,
(b) give reasons for making the order, and
(c) ensure that a written record of the order is kept,
(d) order the former offender (if present) to attend for the carrying
out of the forensic procedure, and
(e) inform the former offender (if present) that reasonable force may
be used to ensure that he or she complies with the order for the carrying out
of the forensic procedure.
(2) The court may give directions as to the time and place at which
the procedure is to be carried out.