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Crimes (Administration of Sentences) Regulation 2008
Repealed version for 11 April 2014 to 31 August 2014 (accessed 10 April 2020 at 09:58)
13A Contents of case plan
(1) A case plan for a convicted inmate is to indicate the services and programs in which the inmate should be encouraged to participate.Note.An inmate’s case plan will also indicate the correctional centre at which the inmate is to be held and the inmate’s classification.(2) A case plan may deal with any matter relating to the management of the convicted inmate, including the following:(a) the provision of services and programs to the inmate under Division 5 of Part 2.3,(b) the provision of health care services to the inmate,(c) in the case of an inmate who appears to be at risk of self-harm, a strategy to minimise the likelihood of self-harm occurring,(d) in the case of an inmate who has a disability, a strategy to minimise any disadvantage suffered by the inmate on account of the disability, including in relation to the inmate’s suitability to carry out work,(e) the provision of pre-release and post-release assistance to the inmate (such as advice on the availability within the community of financial, accommodation and employment assistance and of medical and counselling services and alcohol and other drug treatment programs).(3) In preparing a case plan for a convicted inmate, regard is to be had to the matters to which the Commissioner would be required to have regard if making a determination as to the correctional centre in which an inmate is to be placed.