The 62-year-old former MP was a member of the Labor Party until 2006, when he was arrested and charged with a range of offences involving young male victims, dating back to 1995.
Orkopoulos was jailed in May 2008 for a minimum of nine years after being convicted of several counts of sex with a male between 10 and 18, indecent assault, supplying prohibited drugs and possessing child pornography.
After originally being set for release in 2021, Orkopoulos was released on parole at the end of 2019.
The conditions of his release included mandatory participation in prescribed intervention programs, wearing an electronic monitoring bracelet to help enforce his ban from Newcastle and Lake Macquarie in order to protect his victims and their families, abstaining from any illegal drugs and not stalking or harassing his victims or their families.
In December, SPA chair, Justice James Wood, said “the offender claimed accountability for his actions and is said to have accepted inappropriateness of his behaviour and his desire to place his own sexual gratification before the harm to his victims”.
Mr Orkopoulos will appear at Waverley Local Court on March 4.