Section 11 of the Crimes (Serious Sex Offenders) Act 2006 relates to Conditions of extended supervision orders and is extracted below.
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11 Conditions that may be imposed on supervision order An extended supervision order or interim supervision order may direct an offender to comply with such conditions as the Supreme Court considers appropriate, including (but not limited to) directions requiring the offender:
(a) to permit any corrective services officer to visit the offender at the offender’s residential address at any time and, for that purpose, to enter the premises at that address, or
(a1) to permit any corrective services officer to access any computer or related equipment that is at the offender’s residential address or in the possession of the offender, or
(b) to make periodic reports to a corrective services officer, or
(c) to notify a corrective services officer of any change in his or her address, or
(d) to participate in treatment and rehabilitation programs, or
(e) to wear electronic monitoring equipment, or
(ea) to reside at an address approved by the Commissioner of Corrective Services, or
(f) not to reside in or resort to specified locations or classes of locations, or
(g) not to associate or make contact with specified persons or classes of persons, or
(h) not to engage in specified conduct or classes of conduct, or
(i) not to engage in specified employment or classes of employment, or
(j) not to change his or her name.