1. The offender must, while on release on parole, be of good behaviour.
2. The offender must not, while on release on parole, commit any offence.
3. The offender must, while on release on parole, adapt to normal lawful community life.
4. The offender must, until the order ceases to have effect or for a period of 3 years from the date of release (whichever is the lesser), submit to the supervision and guidance of the Probation and Parole Officer and/or Compliance and Monitoring Officer (hereafter referred to as 'the Officer') assigned to the supervision of the offender for the time being and obey all reasonable directions of that Officer.
5. The offender is to report to the Officer or to another person nominated by that Officer at such times and places as that Officer or nominee may from time to time direct.
6. The offender is to be available for interview at such times and places as the Officer (or the Officer's nominee) may from time to time direct.
7a. The offender is to reside at an address approved by the Officer.
7b. The offender is to permit the Officer to visit the offender at the offender's residential address at any time and, for that purpose, to enter the premises at that address.
8. The offender is not to leave New South Wales without the permission of the Officer's Manager.
9. The offender is not to leave Australia without the permission of the Parole Authority.
10. The offender, if unemployed, is to enter employment arranged or agreed on by the Officer or make himself or herself available for employment, training or participation in a personal development program as instructed by the Officer.
11. The offender is to notify the Officer of any intention to change his or her employment if practicable before the change occurs or otherwise, at his or her next interview with the Officer.
12. The offender is not to associate with any person or persons specified by the Officer.
13. The offender is not to frequent or visit any place or district designated by the Officer.
14. The offender is not to use prohibited drugs, obtain drugs unlawfully or abuse drugs lawfully obtained.
and must at the direction of the Officer undertake testing for alcohol and/or drugs where facilities are available. The offender must also undertake and maintain AOD programs or counselling if directed to do so. If such a direction is given, the offender must authorise in writing that his/her treating health services provider make available to the Officer, a report on his or her medical and/or other conditions at all reasonable times.
Further, the offender must authorise in writing that his/her treating health services provider make available to the Officer, a report on his or her medical and/or other conditions at all reasonable times
without the express prior approval of the Officer and must not visit or frequent any OMCG and/or OCN club houses or premises frequented by members and associates of OMCGs and/or OCNs.