N.Y. PEN. LAW § 65.10 : NY Code - Section 65.10: Conditions of probation and of conditional discharge

1.  In  general.  The  conditions  of  probation  and  of  conditional
  discharge  shall  be  such  as  the  court,  in  its  discretion,  deems
  reasonably   necessary   to  insure  that  the  defendant  will  lead  a
  law-abiding life or to assist him to do so.
    2. Conditions relating to conduct and rehabilitation. When imposing  a
  sentence of probation or of conditional discharge, the court shall, as a
  condition  of  the sentence, consider restitution or reparation and may,
  as a condition of the sentence, require that the defendant:
    (a) Avoid injurious or vicious habits;
    (b) Refrain  from  frequenting  unlawful  or  disreputable  places  or
  consorting with disreputable persons;
    (c)  Work  faithfully  at a suitable employment or faithfully pursue a
  course of study or of  vocational  training  that  will  equip  him  for
  suitable employment;
    (d) Undergo available medical or psychiatric treatment and remain in a
  specified institution, when required for that purpose;
    (e)  Participate  in  an  alcohol  or  substance  abuse  program or an
  intervention program approved by the court after consultation  with  the
  local  probation department having jurisdiction, or such other public or
  private agency as the court determines to be appropriate;
    (e-1) Participate in a motor vehicle accident prevention  course.  The
  court  may require such condition where a person has been convicted of a
  traffic infraction for a violation of article twenty-six of the  vehicle
  and  traffic  law  where  the  commission  of  such violation caused the
  serious physical injury or death of another person. For purposes of this
  paragraph, the term "motor vehicle  accident  prevention  course"  shall
  mean  a  motor  vehicle  accident  prevention  course  approved  by  the
  department of motor vehicles pursuant to article twelve-B of the vehicle
  and traffic law;
    (f) Support his dependents and meet other family responsibilities;
    (g) Make restitution of the fruits of  his  or  her  offense  or  make
  reparation,  in  an  amount  he  can  afford  to  pay,  for  the  actual
  out-of-pocket loss caused thereby. When restitution or reparation  is  a
  condition  of  the sentence, the court shall fix the amount thereof, the
  manner of performance, specifically state the date when  restitution  is
  to  be paid in full prior to the expiration of the sentence of probation
  and may establish provisions for the early termination of a sentence  of
  probation  or  conditional  discharge  pursuant  to  the  provisions  of
  subdivision three of section 410.90 of the criminal procedure law  after
  the  restitution  and  reparation  part  of  a  sentence of probation or
  conditional discharge has been satisfied. The court shall  provide  that
  in  the event the person to whom restitution or reparation is to be made
  dies prior to the completion of  said  restitution  or  reparation,  the
  remaining payments shall be made to the estate of the deceased.
    (g-1)  Reimburse  a consumer credit reporting agency for the amount of
  the fee or fees that could  have  been  charged  by  such  agency  to  a
  domestic  violence  victim, as defined in section three hundred eighty-t
  of the general business law,  had  such  victim  not  been  eligible  to
  receive  security freeze services without charge pursuant to subdivision
  (n) of such section;
    (h) Perform services  for  a  public  or  not-for-profit  corporation,
  association,  institution  or  agency,  including  but  not  limited  to
  services for the division of substance abuse services,  services  in  an
  appropriate  community  program  for  removal of graffiti from public or
  private property, including  any  property  damaged  in  the  underlying
  offense,  or services for the maintenance and repair of real or personal
  property maintained as a cemetery plot, grave,  burial  place  or  other

  place  of  interment  of  human  remains.  Provided  however,  that  the
  performance of any such services shall not result in the displacement of
  employed  workers  or  in  the  impairment  of  existing  contracts  for
  services,  nor shall the performance of any such services be required or
  permitted in any establishment involved in any labor strike or  lockout.
  The  court  may  establish  provisions  for  the  early termination of a
  sentence  of  probation  or  conditional  discharge  pursuant   to   the
  provisions  of  subdivision  three  of  section  410.90  of the criminal
  procedure law after such services have been completed. Such sentence may
  only be imposed upon conviction of a misdemeanor, violation, or class  D
  or  class  E  felony,  or a youthful offender finding replacing any such
  conviction,  where  the  defendant  has  consented  to  the  amount  and
  conditions of such service;
    (i)  If  a  person under the age of twenty-one years, (i) resides with
  his parents or in a suitable foster home or hostel  as  referred  to  in
  section  two  hundred  forty-four  of  the  executive  law, (ii) attends
  school, (iii) spends such part of the period  of  the  sentence  as  the
  court  may  direct,  but  not  exceeding  two  years, in a facility made
  available by the division for youth pursuant to  article  nineteen-G  of
  the  executive law, provided that admission to such facility may be made
  only with the prior consent of the division for  youth,  (iv)  attend  a
  non-residential  program  for  such  hours  and  pursuant  to a schedule
  prescribed by the court as suitable for a program of  rehabilitation  of
  youth,  (v)  contribute  to  his own support in any home, foster home or
  hostel;
    (j) Post a bond or other security for the performance of  any  or  all
  conditions imposed;
    (k) Observe certain specified conditions of conduct as set forth in an
  order  of  protection issued pursuant to section 530.12 or 530.13 of the
  criminal procedure law.
    (k-1) Install and maintain a functioning ignition interlock device, as
  that term is defined in section one hundred nineteen-a  of  the  vehicle
  and  traffic  law,  in any vehicle owned or operated by the defendant if
  the court  in  its  discretion  determines  that  such  a  condition  is
  necessary  to  ensure  the  public  safety.  The  court may require such
  condition only where a person has  been  convicted  of  a  violation  of
  subdivision  two, two-a or three of section eleven hundred ninety-two of
  the vehicle and traffic law, or any crime defined  by  the  vehicle  and
  traffic law or this chapter of which an alcohol-related violation of any
  provision  of  section  eleven  hundred  ninety-two  of  the vehicle and
  traffic law is an essential element. The offender shall be  required  to
  install  and  operate  the  ignition interlock device only in accordance
  with section eleven hundred ninety-eight of the vehicle and traffic law.
    (l)  Satisfy  any  other  conditions   reasonably   related   to   his
  rehabilitation.
    3.  Conditions  relating  to  supervision. When imposing a sentence of
  probation the court, in addition to any conditions imposed  pursuant  to
  subdivision  two  of  this  section,  shall require as conditions of the
  sentence, that the defendant:
    (a) Report to a probation officer as directed  by  the  court  or  the
  probation  officer  and permit the probation officer to visit him at his
  place of abode or elsewhere;
    (b) Remain  within  the  jurisdiction  of  the  court  unless  granted
  permission to leave by the court or the probation officer; and
    (c)  Answer  all  reasonable  inquiries  by  the probation officer and
  notify  the  probation  officer  prior  to  any  change  in  address  or
  employment.

    4.  Electronic  monitoring.  When imposing a sentence of probation the
  court  may,  in  addition  to  any  conditions   imposed   pursuant   to
  subdivisions  two  and  three  of this section, require the defendant to
  submit to the use of an electronic monitoring device and/or to follow  a
  schedule that governs the defendant's daily movement. Such condition may
  be  imposed  only  where  the  court, in its discretion, determines that
  requiring the defendant to  comply  with  such  condition  will  advance
  public   safety,   probationer   control  or  probationer  surveillance.
  Electronic  monitoring  shall  be  used  in  accordance   with   uniform
  procedures  developed  by  the  division  of  probation and correctional
  alternatives.
    4-a. Mandatory conditions for  sex  offenders.  (a)  When  imposing  a
  sentence  of  probation or conditional discharge upon a person convicted
  of an offense  defined  in  article  one  hundred  thirty,  two  hundred
  thirty-five  or  two  hundred  sixty-three  of  this chapter, or section
  255.25, 255.26 or 255.27 of this chapter, and the victim of such offense
  was under the age of eighteen at the time of such offense or such person
  has been designated a level three sex offender pursuant  to  subdivision
  six  of section 168-l of the correction law, the court shall require, as
  a mandatory condition of such sentence,  that  such  sentenced  offender
  shall  refrain  from knowingly entering into or upon any school grounds,
  as that term is defined in subdivision fourteen  of  section  220.00  of
  this  chapter,  or  any other facility or institution primarily used for
  the care or treatment of persons under the age of eighteen while one  or
  more  of  such  persons  under the age of eighteen are present, provided
  however, that when such sentenced offender is a  registered  student  or
  participant  or  an  employee  of such facility or institution or entity
  contracting therewith or has a family member enrolled in  such  facility
  or   institution,   such   sentenced  offender  may,  with  the  written
  authorization of his or her probation  officer  or  the  court  and  the
  superintendent  or  chief administrator of such facility, institution or
  grounds, enter such facility, institution or upon such grounds  for  the
  limited  purposes  authorized  by the probation officer or the court and
  superintendent or chief officer. Nothing in this  subdivision  shall  be
  construed as restricting any lawful condition of supervision that may be
  imposed on such sentenced offender.
    (b)  When  imposing  a  sentence of probation or conditional discharge
  upon a person convicted of an offense for which registration  as  a  sex
  offender is required pursuant to subdivision two or three of section one
  hundred  sixty-eight-a  of  the  correction  law, and the victim of such
  offense was under the age of eighteen at the time  of  such  offense  or
  such  person  has been designated a level three sex offender pursuant to
  subdivision six of section one hundred sixty-eight-l of  the  correction
  law  or the internet was used to facilitate the commission of the crime,
  the court shall require, as mandatory conditions of such sentence,  that
  such  sentenced offender be prohibited from using the internet to access
  pornographic material, access a commercial  social  networking  website,
  communicate  with  other  individuals  or  groups  for  the  purpose  of
  promoting sexual relations with persons under the age of  eighteen,  and
  communicate  with  a person under the age of eighteen when such offender
  is over the age of eighteen, provided  that  the  court  may  permit  an
  offender  to use the internet to communicate with a person under the age
  of eighteen when such offender is the parent of a minor child and is not
  otherwise prohibited from communicating with such child. Nothing in this
  subdivision shall be construed as restricting any other lawful condition
  of supervision that may be imposed on such sentenced offender.  As  used
  in this subdivision, a "commercial social networking website" shall mean
  any  business,  organization  or  other  entity operating a website that

  permits persons under eighteen years of age to be registered  users  for
  the  purpose  of  establishing  personal relationships with other users,
  where such persons under eighteen years of age may: (i) create web pages
  or  profiles  that  provide  information about themselves where such web
  pages or profiles are available to the public or to  other  users;  (ii)
  engage  in direct or real time communication with other users, such as a
  chat room or instant messenger; and (iii) communicate with persons  over
  eighteen  years  of  age;  provided, however, that, for purposes of this
  subdivision, a commercial social networking website shall not include  a
  website that permits users to engage in such other activities as are not
  enumerated herein.
    5.  Other  conditions. When imposing a sentence of probation the court
  may, in addition to any conditions imposed pursuant to subdivisions two,
  three and four of this section, require that the defendant  comply  with
  any  other  reasonable  condition  as  the  court  shall determine to be
  necessary or appropriate to ameliorate the conduct which  gave  rise  to
  the offense or to prevent the incarceration of the defendant.
    5-a.  Other  conditions for sex offenders. When imposing a sentence of
  probation upon a person convicted of an offense for  which  registration
  as  a  sex  offender is required pursuant to subdivision two or three of
  section one hundred sixty-eight-a of the correction law, in addition  to
  any  conditions required under subdivisions two, three, four, four-a and
  five of this section, the court may require that  the  defendant  comply
  with  a reasonable limitation on his or her use of the internet that the
  court determines to  be  necessary  or  appropriate  to  ameliorate  the
  conduct  which  gave  rise  to  the offense or to protect public safety,
  provided that the court shall not prohibit such sentenced offender  from
  using  the  internet  in connection with education, lawful employment or
  search for lawful employment.