Where the responsible officer1 makes an application2 to a court that the offender has failed to comply with any requirement included in a reparation order3, or makes an application4 that it is appropriate for the court to make an order revoking or amending the order, he may bring the offender before the court5. Without prejudice to any other power to issue a summons or warrant6, the court to which such an application is made may issue a summons or warrant for the purpose of securing the attendance of the offender before it7. Where the offender is arrested in pursuance
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