4. A statement of offence form is a document containing headings, key words and pre-printed or pre-programmed texts allowing the optional or compulsory particulars prescribed by an Act or this Regulation to be entered by hand, mechanically or by computer.
It may also contain computer codes, marks or particulars, either underlying or visible, that are specific to the electronic form or are designed to ensure the security of electronic data and documentation in penal matters.
O.C. 1211-97, s. 4; O.C. 973-2003, s. 1.