(a) the charging of the defendant under the responsibility of a qualified person or an organisation competent for the supervision of the defendant and the assistance of the defendant in its publication in court. Supervision is not required to be financially responsible for the defendant or lose money if the defendant does not appear in court. However, the review shall immediately inform the court if the defendant violates the parole. (2) Except as otherwise provided in ORS 135.250 (General Conditions of the Release Agreement) (2) (b), parole implies the prohibition of contact with the victim when the accused is charged with an offence that also constitutes domestic violence. [1973 c.836 §152; 1985 c.818 §1; 1993 c.731 §7] (c) Release of the defendant during working hours. (b) appropriate rules concerning the activities, movements, associations and residences of the defendant, including, if the court deems it appropriate, the limitation of the defendant to his own domicile or premises. . . .