Combined Probation Areas (Lancashire) Order 1994

JurisdictionUK Non-devolved
CitationSI 1994/969

1994 No. 969

PROBATION

The Combined Probation Areas (Lancashire) Order 1994

Made 29th March 1994

Coming into force 1st April 1994

In exercise of the powers conferred upon me by section 2 of the Probation Service Act 19931, and after the consultation required by that section, I hereby make the following Order:

S-1 This Order may be cited as the Combined Probation Areas...

1. This Order may be cited as the Combined Probation Areas (Lancashire) Order 1994 and shall come into force on 1st April 1994.

S-2 That part of Schedule 2 to the Combined Probation Areas Order...

2. That part of Schedule 2 to the Combined Probation Areas Order 19862which relates to the Lancashire Probation Area shall be amended by

(a) omitting the entries in respect of the petty sessions areas of Blackburn, Burnley, Darwen, Pendle and Ribble Valley;

(b) inserting, in alphabetical order

(i) in column 1 “Blackburn, Darwen and Ribble Valley” and corresponding to this in column 3— “2”;

(ii) in column 1 “Burnley and Pendle” and corresponding to this in column 3— “2”; and

(c) substituting in column 3 “2” for “3” in the entries in respect of the petty sessions areas of Blackpool, Hyndburn, Lancaster, Ormskirk, Preston, South Ribble and Wyre.

S-3 The seven members of the Lancashire Probation Committee...

3. The seven members of the Lancashire Probation Committee appointed before 1st April 1994 by the justices for the petty sessions areas of Blackburn, Darwen and Ribble Valley shall decide by agreement, or in default of agreement by lot, which two of them shall continue in office as if appointed by the justices for the new petty sessions area of Blackburn, Darwen and Ribble Valley3.

S-4 The six members of the Lancashire Probation Committee appointed...

4. The six members of the Lancashire Probation Committee appointed before 1st April 1994 by the justices for the petty sessions areas of Burnley and Pendle shall decide by agreement, or in default of agreement by lot, which two of them shall continue in office as if appointed by the justices for the new petty sessions area of Burnley and Pendle4.

S-5 The three members of the Lancashire Probation Committee...

5. The three members of the Lancashire Probation Committee appointed before 1st April 1994 by the justices for the petty sessions area of Lancaster shall decide by agreement, or in default of agreement by lot, which two of them shall continue in office after that date.

S-6 The three members of the Lancashire Probation Committee...

6. The three members of the...

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