An Intensive Correction Order involves you serving a term of imprisonment in the community and is only available where the Court imposes a term of imprisonment for 1 year or less.
The order consists of the requirements of both a Community Service Order and Probation Order put together. Further, you will be required to meet with your corrective services officer on a more regular basis and will generally be required to spend a greater number of hours completing programs and community service. Specifically, you will be required to perform up to 12 hours per week of community service and attend a minimum of two meeting per week with the community corrections officers.
If a court makes an Intensive Correction Order against you, it has no option but to record your conviction.