107FA Sentencing court may make interim supervision order

(1)

This section applies if, before an application for an extended supervision order is finally determined, 1 or more of the following events occur:

(a)

the offender who is the subject of the application is released from detention:

(b)

the offender who is the subject of the application ceases to be subject to an extended supervision order:

(c)

the offender who is the subject of the application fails to appear at the hearing of the application and is brought before the court under a warrant issued under section 107G(3):

(d)

an offender who is a person described in section 107C(1)(b) arrives in New Zealand.

(2)

The sentencing court may, on application by the chief executive, order that, until the application for an extended supervision order is finally determined, the offender is subject to the supervision conditions specified in the order.

(3)

When the court makes an interim supervision order, it may impose any of the standard conditions that are (under section 107JA), or special conditions that may be (under section 107K), imposed under an extended supervision order.

(4)

If, under an interim supervision order, the court imposes an intensive monitoring condition or residential restrictions, the period for which the interim supervision order is in force is not to be taken into account for the purpose of the limits specified in section 107K(3)(b) and (ba).

(5)

The court may suspend an interim supervision order subject to any conditions that the court thinks fit.

(6)

An interim supervision order ceases to have effect when the application for an extended supervision order is finally determined or discontinued.

Section 107FA: inserted, on 12 December 2014, by section 12 of the Parole (Extended Supervision Orders) Amendment Act 2014 (2014 No 69).

Section 107FA(3): amended, on 8 September 2018, by section 70 of the Statutes Amendment Act 2018 (2018 No 27).