(1) The 1976 Act is amended as follows.
(2) In section 3 (general provisions), after subsection (6B) there is inserted—
“(6C) Subsection (6D) below applies where—
(a) the court has been notified by the Secretary of State that arrangements for conducting a relevant assessment or, as the case may be, providing relevant follow-up have been made for the petty sessions area in which it appears to the court that the person referred to in subsection (6D) would reside if granted bail; and
(b) the notice has not been withdrawn.
(6D) In the case of a person (“P”)—
(a) in relation to whom paragraphs (a) to (c) of paragraph 6B(1) of Part 1 of Schedule 1 to this Act apply;
(b) who, after analysis of the sample referred to in paragraph (b) of that paragraph, has been offered a relevant assessment or, if a relevant assessment has been carried out, has had relevant follow-up proposed to him; and
(c) who has agreed to undergo the relevant assessment or, as the case may be, to participate in the relevant follow-up,
the court, if it grants bail, shall impose as a condition of bail that P both undergo the relevant assessment and participate in any relevant follow-up proposed to him or, if a relevant assessment has been carried out, that P participate in
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