Parole (Extended Supervision Orders) Amendment Bill

  • enacted

Hon Peseta Sam Lotu-Iiga

Parole (Extended Supervision Orders) Amendment Bill

Government Bill


As reported from the committee of the whole House



1 Title

2 Commencement

3 Principal Act

Part 1
Amendments to principal Act

4AA Section 4 amended (Interpretation)

4 Section 15 amended (Special conditions)

5 Section 107A amended (Overview of Part)

6 Section 107B amended (Meaning of relevant offence)

7 Section 107C replaced (Meaning of eligible offender)

8 Section 107D amended (Meaning of sentencing court)

8A Section 107E repealed (Obligation to assess eligible offenders)

9 Section 107F amended (Chief executive may apply for extended supervision order)

9A New section 107FA inserted (Sentencing court may make interim supervision order)

9B New section 107GAA inserted (Procedure where hearing contingent on outcome of PPO application)

10 Section 107H amended (Hearings relating to extended supervision orders)

11 Section 107I amended (Sentencing court may make extended supervision order)

12 New sections 107IAA to 107IAB inserted

12A Section 107JA amended (Standard extended supervision conditions)

13 Section 107K amended (Board may impose special conditions)

14 Section 107L amended (Commencement and expiry of extended supervision order)

15 Cross-heading above section 107M replaced

16 Section 107M amended (Sentencing court may cancel extended supervision order)

17 Section 107N repealed (Extension of short extended supervision order)

18 Section 107O amended (Board may vary conditions of extended supervision order)

19 Section 107R amended (Appeals against decisions of sentencing court)

20 New sections 107RA and 107RB inserted

21 Section 107U amended (Rules about court practice and procedure)

22 Sections 107Y and 107Z repealed

23 New sections 107ZA and 107ZB inserted

Part 2
Technical and consequential amendments

24 Amendment to Corrections Act 2004

25 Amendment to Privacy Act 1993

26 Amendments to Parole Regulations 2002

27 Consequential amendments to Court of Appeal (Criminal) Rules 2001

Legislative history

The Parliament of New Zealand enacts as follows: