'Residence requirement', in relation to a community order or a suspended sentence order1, means a requirement that, during a period specified in the relevant order, the offender must reside at a place specified in the order2. If the order so provides, a residence requirement does not prohibit the offender from residing, with the prior approval of the responsible officer
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