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Hi I Got 12 Month Comunity Work With 60 Hours Unpaid Work, 9 Month Supervision Order For Sending Text To My X Girlfriend. So Can You Tell Me What Is The Mean Of 12 Month Comunity Work With 60 Hours Unpaid Work? Is That I Have To Do 60 Hours In 12 Month

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Mamun1117 | 00:09 Tue 30th Dec 2014 | Law
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Hi I got 12 month comunity work with 60 hours unpaid work, 9 month supervision order for sending text to my x girlfriend. So can you tell me what is the mean of 12 month comunity work with 60 hours unpaid work? Is that I have to do 60 hours in 12 months or something eles?
And if I do 60 hours with in 10 days then it willbe ok?

Second question: for the supervision order how it's work in uk?
Because I m international student in uk holding student visa, can they consider my supervision order if I wanna go back my country permanantly.
Or I have to stay 9 month for that?

Plz advise me what I should do because I have to go back my country as soon as I can.

Suggest me

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It really is of little use keep asking detailled questions about this. You need to explain the situation to your probation supervisor and let them take the appropriate action.
22:09 Tue 30th Dec 2014
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Your movements are going to be supervised for 9 months to be sure that you don't do it again while you are under supervision. My understanding is that you have to do community work for a year (which is supervised, not just any old work) and 60 hours of it will be unpaid. You can't do it all in a week, IMO - it's a punishment, not for you to decide how and when you do it.
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What work I have to do after 60 hour?
It will be paid or not
The court will tell you. This is how it works https://www.gov.uk/community-sentences/overview
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Yeh court mention 60 hours
And you link show as well rang 40 to 300 hours
You may get more answers next time in one of the Law sections rather than in this Editor's Blog section which is not used very often. We have some experienced legal people including a barrister and several with a good knowledge of criminal procedures who often look in the Law section
It looks as if the Ed has now moved it to Law section for you. If I bump this back onto Latest Posts you may get some more answers
Your 60 hours will be notified to you by the Probation Service. You will have to attend at a date and time specified by them for your community service. You cant just do 60 hours in 10 days on your own. You MUST have or are soon to be allocated a "Probation Officer" who will give you your work programme and times.

As for your supervision order, you will have to discuss this with your Probation Officer and explain when you have pre-arranged travel arrangements. They will not take too kindly to you clearing off and not completing what is required under the terms of the SO.

Hopefully one of the criminal bods will be along soon to point out where I have gone wrong.
As a matter of interest, why do you "have to go back to my country as soon as I can"? You can't get off a court ruling by leaving the UK....
Well he can, Boxy. But ultimately if he wants to come back here, he will have to do things properly. Else there will be an arrest warrant, a court hearing, blah de blah etc and things will be far worse than previously.

Oh and yes, it means you have to complete 60 hours in 12 months.
I get it, BM - can leave, but then very difficult to come back....
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Supervision order time can be reduce by probation officiar
## What work I have to do after 60 hour?
It will be paid or not ##

If this is a genuine post, you will do some kind of work like, tidying up park or shrub land, old peoples homes etc.

About pay, you answered your own question in your title post.
I think the OP is concerned that he has to do community work for 12 months, with the first 60 hours unpaid.
His probation officer will explain all the terms and conditions to him, surely?
'## His probation officer will explain all the terms and conditions to him, surely? '##

I would have thought he received this when his court appearance was over
That would have been my assumption too, trt, but it appears not.
Let's see if we can iron out a few misunderstandings.

First of all, terminology. Community orders have a duration and one or more requirements. From what you say you have been sentenced to a Community Order of 12 months duration with two requirements: (1) Supervision for nine months and (2) Unpaid work for 60 hours.

If it has not already happened you will be told to report fro an induction meeting with your supervising officer where all of this will be explained in more detail. You will be asked to sign an agreement showing that you understand what is required of you and that you will comply with the requirements.

Put simply, the supervision will involve you reporting to the probation office regularly for the nine months. Initially this may be weekly but if you behave satisfactorily the frequency will be reduced as the order progresses. At these meetings the probation officer will enquire into your lifestyle (i.e. what you are doing with your time) in an effort to ensure you do not reoffend. The unpaid work will be undertaken in sessions of around six to eight hours usually weekly. This means you will undertake eight to ten sessions and they will take you eight to ten weeks to complete (depending on the work arrangements the local probation service has in place). What you are required to do and when and where the sessions take place will be as directed by the probation service.

Now, going abroad. You should tell your probation officer of your intentions. If your absence means you cannot complete the requirements as directed the probation service will have to ask for a court hearing where the Magistrates will decide whether the order can be varied. If you do not do this (or the Magistrates refuse to vary the order) you will be in breach of the order and may find yourself liable to be arrested and brought to court should you ever return. Basically, for the next 9 months you are under supervision by the probation service and you must inform them of any changes in your circumstances. Of course travelling abroad for any length of time that means you cannot make your appointments as directed amounts to a considerable change in your circumstances. It is your responsibility to keep them informed so that they can make the necessary arrangements for your supervision and if you fail to do so you will be in breach of your order.
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That means I have to work 60 hour during the 12 month not more then that?
And if the officer is satisfy than supervision time can be exempt?
As I said, your 60 hours work will probably be completed in about the first ten weeks or so. Once you have completed 60 hours you will not be required to undertake any more work.

The supervision is separate. It will continue for the entire nine months but the frequency you will be required to attend meetings may reduce as the order progresses.

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