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Crimes (Administration of Sentences) Regulation 2008
Repealed version for 11 April 2014 to 31 August 2014 (accessed 10 April 2020 at 10:31)
Chapter 6 Clause 211
211   Standard conditions applying to community service work
(1)  For the purposes of section 108 (a) of the Act, the following are standard conditions in respect of each community service order:
(a)  as soon as practicable after the order is made, the offender must report to such local office of Corrective Services NSW as may be advised by the Commissioner,
(b)  the offender must not report for, or perform, community service work while under the influence of drugs or alcohol,
(c)  the offender must participate in any activities connected with the administration of the order in which the offender is directed by the assigned officer or supervisor to participate,
(d)  the offender must perform community service work in accordance with the directions of, and to the standard specified by, his or her assigned officer or supervisor,
(e)  the offender must furnish his or her assigned officer with written notice of the reasons for any failure by the offender to report to a work site or attendance site in accordance with his or her obligations,
(f)  the offender must submit to a medical examination by a medical practitioner nominated by his or her assigned officer if at any time the assigned officer so directs,
(g)  the offender must receive visits at the offender’s home within reasonable hours by the assigned officer or supervisor for any purpose connected with the administration of the order,
(h)  the offender must comply with such standards of dress, cleanliness and conduct as the assigned officer or supervisor may from time to time determine,
(i)  the offender must keep in good order and condition such clothing and equipment as may be issued to the offender for the purpose of performing community service work,
(j)  the offender must observe such standards of safety with respect to his or her performance of community service work as the assigned officer or supervisor may from time to time determine,
(k)  the offender must sign an attendance register on arrival at and on departure from any work site or attendance site,
(l)  the offender must not damage or deface property that is on or forms part of a work site or attendance site, otherwise than in the course of performing community service work in accordance with the directions of the assigned officer or supervisor,
(m)  the offender must not have possession of or consume any alcohol or other intoxicating substance while at a work site or attendance site,
(n)  the offender must comply with any reasonable direction given orally or in writing to the offender by the assigned officer or supervisor,
(o)  if the offender is directed to do anything that he or she is incapable of doing, the offender must immediately advise the assigned officer or supervisor of that fact.
(2)  If illness or injury is the reason for an offender’s failure to report, as referred to in subclause (1) (e), the written notice referred to in that paragraph must be accompanied by a certificate, issued by a medical practitioner, stating the nature of the illness or injury and indicating that its nature or extent is such as to justify the offender’s failure to report.