Section 37. Other special conditions

As a special condition of suspension of execution, the court may order the convicted person to
  1. a.
    comply with provisions concerning domicile, whereabouts, work or training,
  2. b.
    avoid contact with specified persons,
  3. c.
    submit to restrictions on control of income and assets, and meet financial obligations such as the payment of mandatory maintenance support,
  4. d.
    abstain from using alcohol or other intoxicating or narcotic substances, and to submit to necessary drug testing,
  5. e.
    undergo treatment to counteract abuse of alcohol or other intoxicating or narcotic substances, if necessary in an institution,
  6. f.
    complete a drug-treatment programme under court control, see section 38, or an anti-intoxicated-driving programme for persons who have been convicted of violation of section 31 of the Road Traffic Act, see also section 22, first paragraph, and who have a problem with alcohol or another intoxicating or narcotic substance, provided that the convicted person has agreed to complete the programmes,
  7. g.
    undergo psychiatric treatment, if necessary in an institution,
  8. h.
    stay in a home or institution for up to one year,
  9. i.
    participate in mediation by the National Mediation Service and comply with any agreements entered into during the mediation proceedings, or complete a period of supervision by the National Mediation Service of up to one year, provided that the case is suitable for this procedure and the aggrieved person, the convicted person and, if relevant, their guardians have consented,
  10. j.
    complete a period of youth supervision by the National Mediation Service of up to one year, provided that the convicted person was between 15 and 18 years of age at the time of the act, that the case is suitable for this procedure and that the convicted person and, if relevant, the guardians of the convicted person have consented, or
  11. k.
    meet other special conditions the court deems appropriate.
Section 461 of the Criminal Procedure Act applies correspondingly to special conditions specified in f).
When pursuant to d) a convicted person who was under 18 years of age at the time of the act is to submit to drug testing, section 12, third paragraph, of the Health Personnel Act applies.