Combined Probation Areas (West Sussex) Order 1996

JurisdictionUK Non-devolved
CitationSI 1996/957

1996 No. 957

PROBATION

The Combined Probation Areas (West Sussex) Order 1996

Made 26th March 1996

Coming into force in accordance with article 1

The Secretary of State, in exercise of the powers conferred upon him by section 2 of the Probation Service Act 19931, and after the consultation required by that section, hereby makes the following Order:

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

1.—(1) This Order may be cited as the Combined Probation Areas (West Sussex) Order 1996.

(2) This Order shall come into force on 1st April 1996 save that, for the purpose of making appointments to the probation committee for the West Sussex Probation Area to take effect on that date, this Order shall come into force forthwith.

S-2 For that part of Schedule 2 to the Combined Probation Areas...

2. For that part of Schedule 2 to the Combined Probation Areas Order 19862that relates to the West Sussex Probation Area3there shall be substituted the following—

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Petty Sessions Area

Probation Area

Number of Justices on Probation Committee

Arundel

West Sussex

1

Chichester and District

2

Crawley

2

Mid Sussex

2

Horsham

2

Worthing and District

2

S-3 In that part of Schedule 2 to the Combined Probation Areas...

3. In that part of Schedule 2 to the Combined Probation Areas Order 1986 which relates to the West Sussex Area, the entry relating to Steyning shall be omitted.

Blatch

Minister of State

Home Office

26th March 1996

(This note is not part of the Order)

This Order amends the Combined Probation Areas Order 1986 (S.I. 1986/1713) so as to reduce the number of justices on the Committee for the West Sussex Area. The justice representation for each of the petty sessional divisions of Arundel, Chichester and District, Crawley and Mid-Sussex is reduced by one. The representation for those petty sessional division was formerly two, three, three and three respectively. As a result of the Lord Chancellor’s re-organisation of the West Sussex petty sessional divisions (also coming into effect on 1st April 1996), the division of Steyning ceases to exist. The petty sessional division of Worthing becomes that of Worthing and District, from which two justices will be appointed to serve on the committee. The justice representation for Worthing was formerly three. The total justice representation on the West Sussex committee is accordingly reduced from eighteen to eleven.


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