8. (1) Where a court orders that an offender serve a sentence of periodic detention, the Director may, as soon as practicable after the court so orders—
(a) take a photograph of the detainee's face; and
(b) take imprints of the fingers and palms of both hands of the detainee.
(2) The failure of a detainee to comply with a reasonable request of the Director for the purposes of subsection (1) shall be taken to be a failure to serve his or her sentence in accordance with the relevant order for periodic detention.
(3) A photograph or imprints taken under subsection (1) may only be used for the purpose of identifying the detainee during the continuation of the periodic detention order and the Director shall destroy that photograph or imprints upon completion of that order.