(1) Where the court considering the making of a community order is satisfied that the offender resides in Scotland, or will reside there when the order comes into force, the court may not make a community order in respect of the offender unless it appears to the court—
(a) in the case of an order imposing a requirement mentioned in sub-paragraph (2), that arrangements exist for persons to comply with such a requirement in the locality in Scotland in which the offender resides, or will be residing when the order comes into force, and that provision can be made for him to comply with the requirement under those arrangements, and
(b) in any case, that suitable arrangements for his supervision can be made by the council constituted under section 2 of the Local Government etc (Scotland) Act 1994 (c 39) in whose area he resides, or will be residing when the order comes into force.
(2) The requirements referred to in sub-paragraph (1)(a) are—
(a) an unpaid work requirement,
[(b) a rehabilitation activity requirement,]
(c) a programme requirement,
(d) a mental h
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