If a court1 passes a sentence of imprisonment for a term of least 14 days but not more than two years2, it may make an order providing that the sentence of imprisonment is not to take effect unless:
(1) during a period specified in the order3 ('the operational period') the offender commits another offence in the United Kingdom4 (whether or not punishable with imprisonment)5; and
(2) a court having power to do so subsequently orders6 that the original sentence is to take effect7.
Such an order may also provide that the offender must comply during a period specified8 in the
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