32. Power to make order.

Where a person aged 18 or over1 is convicted of a specified terrorism2 or sexual offence3, a relevant inchoate offence4, or a corresponding abolished offence5, whenever committed6, and the court imposes a sentence of imprisonment (or, until a day to be appointed7, detention in a young offender institution8) for the offence which is not a sentence of imprisonment for life9 or an extended sentence10, the term of the sentence must be equal to the aggregate of the appropriate custodial term11 and a further period of 1 year for which the offender is to be subject to a licence