Criminal Law (Temporary Provisions) Act
(Chapter 67, Sections 48(1))
Criminal Law (Electronic Monitoring) Rules
R 3
G.N. No. S 368/1997

(15th June 1998)
[1st September 1997]
1.  These Rules may be cited as the Criminal Law (Electronic Monitoring) Rules.
2.  In these Rules ―
“authorised person” means a person authorised by the Director for the purposes of these Rules;
“Director” means the Director, Criminal Investigation Department;
“supervision order” means a supervision order made by the Minister under section 30(b) or 32(1) of the Act.
Electronic monitoring conditions
3.  Any person against whom a supervision order is in force and who is required to remain indoors under section 33(1)(b)(vi) of the Act shall, unless exempted under rule 4, comply with the following conditions:
(a)wear at all times on such part of his body as specified by the Director or an authorised person such electronic transmitting device as may be issued by the Director or the authorised person;
(b)allow the Director or an authorised person to enter at any time his place of residence to install, inspect, maintain, repair or retrieve any electronic monitoring device;
(c)allow a telephone line at his place of residence to be connected to an electronic monitoring device and ensure that ―
(i)there is no call waiting or call transfer facility attached to the telephone line; and
(ii)the telephone line is not connected to any cordless telephone, telephone answering machine, parallel telephone line, modulator-demodulator unit or any other equipment that may interfere with the proper functioning of the electronic monitoring device;
(d)not to disconnect, remove, damage, tamper with or lose the electronic transmitting device issued to him or the electronic monitoring device installed at his place of residence or the telephone line connected to the electronic monitoring device;
(e)immediately inform the Director or an authorised person of any malfunction, damage or loss of the electronic transmitting device or the electronic monitoring device; and
(f)respond promptly to any telephone call from the centre set up to monitor inmates who have been issued with the electronic transmitting device.
4.  The Director or an authorised person may exempt any person against whom a supervision order is in force from all or any of the conditions of rule 3.
[G.N. No. S 368/97]