Act Relating To The Provision Of The Court Of The Enforcement Of Sentences (1)

Original Language Title: Loi relative à la mise à disposition du tribunal de l'application des peines (1)

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Posted the: 2007-07-13 Numac: 2007009525 FEDERAL JUSTICE PUBLIC SERVICE April 26, 2007. -Law on provision of the tribunal's sentences (1) ALBERT II, King of the Belgians, to all, present and to come, hi.
The Chambers have adopted and we endorse the following: chapter I:. -Available general Article 1. This Act regulates a matter referred to in article 77 of the Constitution.
CHAPTER II. -Provisions amending the penal Code art. 2. in book 1, chapter II, of the penal Code, article 7, paragraph 2, 2 °, repealed by Act of April 9, 1930, was re-established in the following wording: "2 ° the put at the disposal of the Court of enforcement penalties.
» Art. 3. it is inserted in the 1st book, chapter II, section V, of the same Code, a subsection Ierebis, including articles 34A at 34quinquies, worded as follows: 'sub-section Irebis. -Of the placing at the disposal of the Court of enforcement of penalties art. 34A. - the placing at the disposal of the Court of the enforcement of sentences is an additional penalty which must or may be imposed in the cases provided by law for the purpose of protecting society against persons committing the integrity of persons with serious facts. This additional penalty shall commence at the expiration of effective main imprisonment or life imprisonment.
S. 34ter. - courts pronounce a placing at the disposal of the Court of the application of the penalties for a period of five years minimum and maximum fifteen, taking courses at the end of the principal penalty effective, in the context of the following convictions: 1 ° the convictions on the basis of article 54, except if the previous sentence was pronounced for a political crime;
2 ° the convictions which, on the basis of article 57, find a recurrence of crime on crime, unless the previous sentence was pronounced for a political crime;
3 ° the sentences a criminal sentence on the basis of articles 137, if the offence resulted in death, 376, paragraph 1, 417, paragraph 3, 2 °, and 428, § 5.
S. 34quater.- courts may pronounce a placing at the disposal of the Court of the application of the penalties for a period of five years minimum and maximum fifteen, taking courses at the end of the principal penalty effective, in the context of the following convictions: 1 ° the convictions against persons who, after having been sentenced to imprisonment of at least five years ' imprisonment for acts intentionally causing great suffering or serious integrity physical or mental or physical health are again condemned for similar acts within a period of ten years from the moment the sentence is passed in force of res judicata;
2 ° the convictions on the basis of articles 136A 136septies, 347 bis, § 4, 1 °, in fine, 393-397, 417quater, paragraph 3, 2 °, 433octies, 1, 475, 518, paragraph 3, and 532;
3 ° the convictions on the basis of articles 372, 373, paragraphs 2 and 3, 375, 376, paragraphs 2 and 3, 377, paragraphs 1, 2, 4 and 6.
S. 34quinquies. - where the placing at the disposal of the Court of the application of the penalties is not legally required, procedures relating to offences which form the basis of recidivism are attached to the folder of the prosecution and the reasons for the decision are specified.
» CHAPTER III. — Provisions amending the law of 17 May 2006 relating to the legal status external in persons sentenced to deprivation of liberty and the rights of the victim in the context of the implementing of sentencing s. 4. it is inserted into Act of 17 May 2006 on the external legal status of persons sentenced to deprivation of liberty and the rights of the victim in the context of the implementing rules of the penalty a XIbis title, as follows: ' title XIbis. -Specific skills of the Court of the application of punishments, chapter I. -Of the placing at the disposal of the Court of the application of Section 1 sentences. -General art. 95/2. -§ 1.
The placing at the disposal of the Court of the application of the sentences pronounced against the convicted person in accordance with articles 34A at 34quater of the penal Code shall commence at the expiration of the effective principal penalty.
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2. The Court of enforcement of sentences previously decides upon expiry of the effective principal penalty in accordance with the procedure set out in section 2, either deprive of freedom, or to release the convict made available under supervision.
After review by the Court for the application of the penalties referred to in paragraph 1, the convicted person § 3 who benefited from a conditional discharge at the end of his actual sentence is placed in release under supervision, if necessary with conditions such as provided in § 2 of article 95/7,. The convict made available is deprived of his liberty when there is a risk in his head that he will commit serious offences infringing bodily or psychic of third parties and that it is not possible to compensate by imposing special conditions as part of a release under supervision.
Section 2. -Of the procedure of implementation of provision art. 95/3. -§ 1.
If the convicted person is in detention, the Director makes a notice at the latest four months before the expiration of the effective principal penalty.
§ 2. The opinion of the Director contains a reasoned opinion relating to the deprivation of liberty or freedom under surveillance. If necessary, the Director mentioned special conditions as he considers necessary to impose on the offender.
The article 31, §§ 1, 2 and 4, applies.
If the convicted person suffered a penalty for matters referred to in articles 372, 373, paragraphs 2 and 3, 375, 376, paragraphs 2 and 3, or 377, paragraphs 1, 2, 4 and 6 of the penal Code, the notice must be accompanied by a reasoned opinion of a service or a specialized person (e) in the diagnosis of sex offenders expertise. This opinion contains an assessment of the need to impose a treatment.
S. 95/4. -Within one month of receipt of the opinion of the Director or, if the convicted person is not in detention, no later than four months before his release final in accordance with articles 44, § 5, 71-80, or no later than one month after the return on the territory of the convicted person for which the test period ended as a result of the bail granted in accordance with article 47 , § 2, the public Ministry wrote a reasoned opinion he communicates to the tribunal of the enforcement of sentences. He transmits a copy to the convicted person and the Director.
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95/5. -§ 1. The examination of the case takes place at the first useful hearing of the Court of the application of the penalties after receipt of the notice of the public prosecutor. This hearing is held no later than two months before the expiration of the effective principal penalty. If the opinion of the public prosecutor is not released within the time limit laid down in article 95/4, the Crown must give its opinion in writing before or during the hearing.
§ 2. The convicted person, the Director, if the convicted person is in detention, and the victim shall be informed by judicial letter of the place, day and time of the hearing.
The folder is required at least four days before the date fixed for the hearing at the disposal of the convicted person and his Council for consultation at the registry of the Court of the application of punishments or, if the convicted person is in detention at the registry of the prison where he underwent his sentence.
The convicted person may, at his request, a copy of the folder.
S. 95/6. -The Court of enforcement of sentences means the convict and his Council, the public prosecutor and, if the convicted person is in detention, the Director.
The victim is heard on special conditions imposed in its interest.
The victim may be represented or assisted by counsel and may be assisted by the representative of a public body or an association approved for this purpose by the King.
The Court of the enforcement of sentences may decide to hear also others.
Except in cases where the publicity is dangerous for public order, morality or national security, the hearing is public if requested by the convicted person.
S. 95/7. -§ 1.
The tribunal of the enforcement of sentences makes its decision within fourteen days of the deliberate implementation.
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2. If the Court of the enforcement of sentences granted release under supervision, it establishes that the convict made available is subject to the General conditions laid down in article 55.
The Court of the enforcement of sentences may submit the convict made available to individualized special conditions re-keying at the risk that it might commit serious offences likely to impair bodily or psychic people or which are necessary in the interest of the victims.
In the case where the sentenced is put at the disposal of the Court of the application of the penalties for any of the matters referred to in articles 372, 373, paragraphs 2 and 3, 375, 376, paragraphs 2 and 3, or 377, paragraphs 1, 2, 4 and 6, of the Criminal Code, the Court of enforcement penalties can match the release under supervision of the status of follow a guidance or treatment from a specialized service in the guidance or treatment of sex offenders. The Court of enforcement of sentences lays down the duration of the period during which the convicted person must follow this guidance or treatment.
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3. The judgment is notified within 24 hours, by judicial fold to the condemned and brought to the knowledge of the public prosecutor in writing and, if the convicted person is in detention, the Director.
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victim is informed within 24 hours in writing decision and, in the event of release under supervision, conditions imposed in its interest.
§ 4. The judgment of grant of release under supervision shall be communicated to the following bodies and authorities:-the head of the local police of the municipality where the condemned will be;
-the national database referred to in article 44/4 of the Act of 5 August 1992 on police function;
-where appropriate, the Director of the House of justice of the judicial district of the place of residence of the convicted person.
S. 95/8. -The judgment is enforceable agenda where the condemned has undergone its principal penalty effective or, in the case of early release, the day where the sentenced person is permanently released from custody in accordance with articles 44, § 5, 71 or 80.
S. 95/9. -If it occurs, after the decision to grant a release under supervision but before his execution, a position incompatible with the conditions laid down in this decision, the Court of the enforcement of sentences may, at the request of the public prosecutor, take a new decision, including the withdrawal of the release under supervision.
Article 61, §§ 2 to 4 shall apply.
Section 3. -The conduct of the deprivation of liberty sub-section 1. -General art.
95/10. -At the beginning of the deprivation of liberty, the Director shall inform in writing the convict of the possibilities for granting of the modalities of execution of the penalty referred to in this section.
Sub-section 2. -By permission to exit and the prison leave article 95/11. -§ 1.
During the period of deprivation of liberty, the Court of the enforcement of sentences may, at the request of the convicted person available, grant him a permit to output such as referred to in article 4 §§ 1 and 2, or leave prison as referred to in article 6.
If necessary, the Court of enforcement of sentences may also grant permissions of output to prepare the reintegration of the convicted person available. Furloughs may be granted with a fixed periodicity.
Courtesy of exit or prison leave is granted provided that there is not in the head of the contraindications that condemned the fixing of conditions accepted by the convict made available can respond;
These contraindications include the risk that the condemned subtracts in the execution of his sentence, on the risk that it will commit offences for permission to exit or prison leave or risk it accosts the victims.
S. 95/12. -§ 1.
The written request is lodged at the registry of the prison, which transmit it within 24 hours at the registry of the Court of enforcement of sentences and furnishes a copy of it to the Director.
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2. Where there is a request for prison leave, the Director writes its reasoned opinion within two months of receipt of the request.
The Director may load the Service of the houses of justice of public service federal Justice to draft an information report summary or to carry out a social survey in the foster care proposed by the convict to prison leave.
Where there is a request for permission to exit, the Director shall draw up its notice motivated without delay.
The reasoned opinion referred to in paragraphs 1 and 3 shall be communicated to the Court of enforcement penalties.
where appropriate, it contains a proposal for special conditions that the Director considers necessary to impose. A copy of the notice is transmitted to the convicted person and the public prosecutor.
§ 3.
If the opinion of the Director is not communicated within the period provided for in § 2, the president of the Court of first instance may, at the written request of the available convict, condemn the Minister under penalty of a fine for his opinion, through the Director within the period prescribed by the president of the Court of first instance and to communicate to the offender a copy of this notice.
The president decides after hearing the convict made available and the Minister or her delegate, on the advice of the public prosecutor's Office within five days of receipt of the request.
This decision is likely to no remedy.
S. 95/13. -§ 1. Within seven days of receipt of the opinion of the Director, the Crown wrote a reasoned opinion, transmits it to the Court of enforcement of sentences and furnishes a copy of the sentenced person and the Director.
§ 2. If the enforcement court considers it useful to be able to take a decision on the request for permission to exit or prison leave, or on request of the condemned put at disposal, it may hold a hearing. This hearing should take place not later than one month after receipt of the opinion of the Director.
The record is held at least four days before the date fixed for the hearing at the disposal of the convicted person and his Council for consultation at the office of the prison where he underwent his sentence.
The convicted person may, at his request, a copy of the folder.
§ 3. The convicted person available, his Adviser, the Director and the Crown agreed.
The Court of the enforcement of sentences may decide to also hear other people.
Except in cases where the publicity is dangerous for public order, morality or national security, the hearing is public if requested by the convicted person.
S. 95/14. -§ 1.
Within fourteen days of receipt of the opinion of the Director or, if a hearing is held, within fifteen days after the deliberations, the tribunal of the enforcement of sentences makes its decision.
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2. The Court of the enforcement of sentences shall decision for granting of general condition whereby the convict made available cannot commit new offences. If so, it set specific conditions taking into account the provisions of article 95/11, § 1, paragraph 3.
§ 3. The decision to grant a permission to exit establishes time which cannot exceed 16 hours.
The decision to grant prison leave shall be deemed to be renewed ex officio every quarter unless otherwise decided by the tribunal of the enforcement of sentences.
The Director decides, after consultation with the convict made available, to the distribution of leave for each quarter.
§ 4. The judgment is notified within 24 hours, by judicial fold, the convicted person and communicated in writing to the public prosecutor and the Director.
The victim is informed in writing and within 24 hours of the granting of the first prison leave and, where appropriate, conditions imposed in its interest.
§ 5. The judgment for the granting of a permission of output or a prison leave shall be communicated to the head of the local police of the municipality where the offender will reside, and the national database referred to in article 44/4 of the Act of 5 August 1992 on the police function.
S. 95/15. -If a prison leave or exit permission is denied, the convict made available may introduce a new request at the earliest three months after the date of the decision.
This time to introduce a new application can be reduced on reasoned opinion from the Director.
S. 95/16. -§ 1.
The Crown may apply to the Court for the application of penalties to the revocation, suspension, or the revision of the decision to grant prison leave or permission to exit with periodicity, in the event of failure to comply with the terms of the decision to grant or if the convict is seriously endangering bodily or psychic of third.
§ 2. In the event of suspension, section 66 shall apply.
§ 3. In the case of revision, the enforcement of sentences court may strengthen the conditions imposed or impose additional conditions. The decision to grant prison leave or permission to exit is however revoked if the convicted person does not mark its agreement on the new conditions.
If the Court of the application of punishments decides to strengthen the conditions imposed or impose additional conditions, it sets the time at which this decision becomes enforceable.
§ 4. Article 68, § 1, § 3, paragraphs 1 to 3, § 2, paragraphs 1 and 2, paragraphs 1 to 4, and § 4, is enforcement.
§ 5. The judgment is notified within 24 hours, by judicial fold, the convicted person and communicated in writing to the public prosecutor and the Director.
If it is a judgment revocation, suspension on leave penitantiaire, or in the event of revision of the conditions changed in its interest, the victim is informed in writing of the decision within 24 hours.
The judgment of revocation, suspension or revision shall be communicated to the head of the local police of the municipality where the offender resides, and the national database referred to in article 44/4 of the Act of 5 August 1992 on the police function.
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95/17. -§ 1. In cases that could lead to revocation of the leave prison or the permission of exit, referred to in article 95/16, the Prosecutor at the Court in whose jurisdiction the offender available to lies, may order the provisional arrest of it, to load immediately give notice to the Court of enforcement penalties appropriate.
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2. The competent court for the enforcement of sentences to decide on the suspension of the prison leave or permission to exit within seven working days following the imprisonment of the convict made available. This judgment is communicated in writing, within 24 hours, to the convict made available, the public prosecutor and the Director.

The decision of suspension is valid for a period of one month, in accordance with article 66, paragraph 3.
Sub-section 3. -Limited detention and electronic surveillance art. 95/18. -§ 1. During the period of deprivation of liberty, the Court of the enforcement of sentences may grant to the convict made available a detention limited as referred to in article 21 or electronic monitoring as referred to in article 22.
Articles 47, § 1, and 48 shall apply.
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2. The licensing procedure takes place in accordance with articles 37, 49, 51, 52 and 53, paragraphs 1 to 4.
Except in cases where the publicity is dangerous for public order, morality or national security, the hearing is public if the convict actually available to the application.
The tribunal of the enforcement of sentences makes its decision in accordance with article 54.
If the Court of the application of the penalties does not grant limited detention or electronic surveillance, indicated in its judgment the date which the convict made available may submit a new application.
This period shall not exceed six months after the judgment.
Articles 55, 56 and 58 apply to the decision of the Court of enforcement of sentences.
The judgment to grant a limited detention or electronic monitoring is enforceable from the date where it is passed in res judicata. However, the Court of the enforcement of sentences may set at a future date when the judgment will be binding.
S. 95/19. -If it occurs after the granting of a detention decision limited or monitored electronic but before his execution, a position incompatible with the conditions laid down in this decision, the Court of enforcement penalties may, at the request of the public prosecutor's Office, take a new decision, including the withdrawal of the limited detention or electronic monitoring.
Article 61, §§ 2 to 4 shall apply.
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95/20. -Articles 62 and 63 shall apply for the monitoring and control of limited detention and electronic surveillance.
Title VIII shall apply.
Section 4. -The annual monitoring by the Court of the application of s. sentences 95/21. -After deprivation of liberty for one year, based exclusively on the decision following the placing at the disposal of the Court of enforcement of sentences, the Court of enforcement penalties examines ex officio the possibility of granting a release under supervision.
The Director will issue a notice four months before the deadline referred to in paragraph 1. Article 95/3, paragraph 2, applies.
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95/22. -Within one month of receipt of the opinion of the Director, the public Ministry wrote a reasoned opinion, it communicates to the Court of enforcement penalties and in copy to the convicted person and the Director.
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95/23. -§ 1. The examination of the case takes place at the first useful hearing of the Court of the application of the penalties after receipt of the notice of the public prosecutor. This hearing is held no later than two months before the expiry of the period provided for in article 95/21.
If the opinion of the public prosecutor is not released within the time limit laid down in article 95/22, the public prosecutor must give its opinion in writing before or during the hearing.
The convicted person, the Director and the victim are informed by judicial letter of the place, day and time of the hearing.
§ 3. The record was held for at least four days before the date fixed for the hearing, at the disposal of the convicted person and his Council for consultation at the office of the prison where the convict serving his sentence.
The convicted person may, at his request, a copy of the folder.
Articles 95/6 and 95/7 shall apply.
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95/24. -§ 1. Subject to the application of article 95/2, § 2, paragraph 2, the judgment for the granting of release under supervision is enforceable as of the day where he is cast in force of res judicata and at the earliest at the end of the period laid down in article 95/21.
However, the Court of the enforcement of sentences may set at a future date when the judgment will be binding.
§ 2. If it occurs, after the decision to grant a release under supervision but before his execution, a position incompatible with the conditions laid down in this decision, the Court of the enforcement of sentences may, at the request of the public prosecutor, take a new decision, including the withdrawal of the release under supervision.
Article 61, §§ 2 to 4 shall apply.
S. 95/25. -If the Court of the application of the penalties does not grant release under supervision, it indicates in his judgment the date on which the Director shall issue a new opinion.
This period shall not exceed one year from the judgment.
Section 5. -The conduct of the release under supervision art. 95/26. -Monitoring and control of the convict made available during the release under supervision are carried out in accordance with articles 62 and 63.
S. 95/27. -§ 1. The public prosecutor may apply to the Court for the application of penalties to the revocation or suspension of the release under supervision, in the following cases: 1 ° when it is established by a final decision res judicata that the convict made available has committed a felony or a misdemeanour during the period referred to in article 95/28;
2 ° in the cases referred to in article 64, 2 ° to 5 °.
§ 2. In the event of revocation, the convicted person is immediately returned to custody.
Revocation pursuant to the § 1, 1 °, the revocation is deemed to be taking during the day where the crime or offence was committed.
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3. Article 70 shall apply.
S. 95/28. -Subject to the application of article 95/29, the condemned put at the disposal of the Court of the enforcement of sentences is definitively released at the expiration of the deadline for provision by the judge in accordance with articles 34A at 34quater of the penal Code.
Section 6. -Of the lifting of the placing at the disposal of the Court of enforcement of penalties art. 95/29. -§ 1. The prisoner released under supervision may apply to tribunal sentences an end to the period of the provision of the enforcement court sentences.
The written request may be submitted two years after the granting of the release under supervision and then every two years.
The written request is lodged at the registry of the Court of the application of the penalties.
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2. Within one month of the filing of the application, the Crown collects all relevant information, prepare a reasoned opinion and communicates all at the Court of enforcement of sentences. A copy of the notice is communicated to the convicted person.
S. 95/30. -§ 1. The examination of the case takes place at the first useful hearing of the Court of the application of the penalties after receipt of the notice of the public prosecutor. This hearing must take place no later than two months after the filing of the written request.
The convict is informed by judicial letter of the place, day and time of the hearing.
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2. The folder is required, at least four days before the date fixed for the hearing, at the disposal of the convicted person and his Council for consultation at the registry of the Court of the application of the penalties.
The convicted person may, at his request, a copy of the folder.
§ 3. The Court of enforcement of sentences means the convicted person and his counsel and the public prosecutor.
§ 4. Except in cases where the publicity is dangerous for public order, morality or national security, the hearing is public if requested by the convicted person.
§ 5. The tribunal of the enforcement of sentences makes its decision within fourteen days of the deliberate implementation.
It grants the lifting of provision if reasonably there is not reason to fear that the sentenced person will commit new offences.
§ 6. The judgment is notified within 24 hours, by judicial fold to the condemned and brought to the knowledge of the public prosecutor in writing.
The victim is informed in writing of the decision within 24 hours.
The judgment of grant of the lifting of provision is communicated to the following bodies and authorities:-to the head of the local police of the municipality where the convicted person was established.
-in the national database referred to in article 44/4 of the Act of 5 August 1992 on police function;
-to the Director of the House of justice of the judicial district in charge of the guidance. ».
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5. section 96 of the Act is supplemented by the following paragraph: are likely to appeal in cassation by the Crown and the convict made available, the decisions of the Court of enforcement of sentences taken pursuant to title XIbis, chapter I, and: has) to the deprivation of liberty;
((b) the granting, refusal or revocation of a permission of periodic output and the revision of the specific conditions, c) the granting, refusal or revocation of a prison leave and the revision of the specific conditions, d) to the granting, refusal or revocation of limited detention and the revision of the specific conditions, e) the granting (, refusal or revocation of an electronic surveillance and the revision of the specific conditions, f) the granting, refusal or revocation of release under supervision, and the revision of the specific conditions, or g) to decision of refusal or granting of the lifting of the placing at the disposal of the Court of enforcement of sentences.
S. 6. in article 97, § 3, paragraph 1, of the Act, the words ", permission of periodic output, prison leave, limited detention, electronic monitoring, a release under supervision or the lifting of the placing at the disposal of the Court of the application of.

penalties pursuant to title XIbis' shall be inserted between the words "sentence under Title V or title XI" and "has a suspensive effect.
CHAPTER IV. -Provisions amending the Education Code criminal art. 7. article 590, 5 °, of the Code of criminal procedure, abrogated by the law of July 10, 1967 and restored by the law of 8 August 1997, is replaced by the following provision: «5 ° decisions of the disposal of the Court of enforcement of sentences and deprivation of liberty taken in application of articles 34A at 34quater of the penal Code and article 95/7 of Act of 17 May 2006 on the external legal status of persons. sentenced to deprivation of liberty and the rights of the victim under the modalities of execution of the sentence. ».
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8. in article 625 of the same Code, replaced by the law of April 7, 1964 and amended by the Act of 9 January 1991, it is inserted a 3a, as follows: "3A of the day of the release under supervision, provided that the update available to the Court of enforcement penalties ended at the time of the submission of the application;".
S. 9. in article 626, paragraphs 1 and 2 of the same Code, replaced by the law of April 7, 1964 and amended by the law of July 10, 1967 and January 9, 1991, the words "or if it has been placed at the disposal of the Government by application of article 23, paragraph 2, of the Act of April 9, 1930 as amended by the Act of 1 July 1964 of social defence against the abnormal and offenders. usual' are replaced by the words "or if it has been placed at the disposal of the Court of the application of punishments by application of articles 34A, 34ter or 34quater of the Criminal Code.".
Chapter V. - Provision amending the law of 5 August 1992 on the function of police s. 10 article 20, paragraphs 1 and 2, of the Act of 5 August 1992 on the police function, amended by the law of 5 March 1998, 7 December 1998, May 17, 2006-December 27, 2006, are replaced by the following provisions: "police departments monitor convicts who are receiving a modality of execution of the penalty of deprivation of liberty or who receive an execution modality of the disposal of the Court of the application of the penalties. , convicted persons who benefit from any other measure that suspends execution of sentencing, convicts leave prison, persons who were the subject of a probationary suspension or suspended sentence convicts, convicted prisoners who have been released under supervision, as well as the left accused or released in accordance with the law on pre-trial detention.
They shall also ensure compliance requirements that are provided for this purpose and which are imposed on convicted persons who benefit from a modality of execution of punishment deprivation of liberty or who receive an execution modality of the disposal of the Court of the application of sentences, convicted persons who benefit from any other measure which suspends execution of the penalty the convicts in prison leave, persons who were the subject of a suspension of probation or suspended sentence convicts, convicted prisoners who have been released under supervision as well as the defendants left or released in accordance with the law relating to preventive detention. ».
CHAPTER VI. -Provision repealing art. 11. Chapter VII of the Act of April 9, 1930, replaced by the law of July 1, 1964, is hereby repealed.
CHAPTER VII. -Provisions transitional art.
12. on the entry into force of this Act, the cases of persons placed at the disposal of the Government in which the Minister of Justice took either a detention decision, a decision of release to test are brought office and free of charge to the general role of the courts for the enforcement penalties.
The Minister communicates records at the registry of the competent court of the enforcement of sentences.
If the person receives a release under supervision, the competent court of the enforcement of sentences is the domicile, or failing, the residence of the convicted person put at the disposal of the Government.
CHAPTER VIII. -Entry into force art. 13 ÷ except for this article, which shall enter into force the day of the publication of this Act in the Moniteur belge, each of the articles of this Act comes into force on the date fixed by the King, and no later than the first day of the 24th month following that during which the Act will be published in the Moniteur belge.
Promulgate this Act, order that it self under the seal of the State and published by le Moniteur.
Given to Brussels, April 26, 2007.
ALBERT by the King: the Minister of Justice, Ms. L. ONKELINX sealed with the seal of the State: the Minister of Justice, Ms. L. ONKELINX _ Note (1) Senate.
Documents: 3-2054-2006/2007: No. 1: Bill. -Nos. 2 and 3: amendments. -No 4: report.
See also: annals of the Senate: March 15, 2007.
Chambers of representatives.
Documents: DOC 51 2999 /(2006-2007): 001 project passed by the Senate.
-002: Amendment. -003: Report. -No 4: Text adopted in plenary meeting and submitted to Royal assent.
See also: full report: April 12, 2007.

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