9. Power to make orders.

Where a child or young person1 is convicted of an offence which is punishable with imprisonment in the case of a person aged 212 or over3 the court4 may make a detention and training order5, which is an order that the offender in respect of whom it is made is to be subject, for the term specified in the order, to a period of detention and training followed by a period of supervision6. There are two circumstances in which the court may make such an order:

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    (1)     where it is of the opinion that that the offence, or the