The Supreme Court may make an order for the supervision in the community of an
eligible offender (called an
"extended supervision order" ) if:
(a) the offender is in custody or under supervision (or was in custody or under supervision at the time the original application for the order was filed):(i) while serving a sentence of imprisonment for a NSW indictable offence, or(ii) under an existing interim supervision order, extended supervision order, interim detention order or continuing detention order, and
(b) an application for the order is made in accordance with this Part, and
(c) the Supreme Court is satisfied that the offender is any of the following:(i) a convicted NSW terrorist offender,(ii) a convicted NSW underlying terrorism offender,(iii) a convicted NSW terrorism activity offender, and
(d) the Supreme Court is satisfied to a high degree of probability that the offender poses an unacceptable risk of committing a serious terrorism offence if not kept under supervision under the order.