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Crimes (Administration of Sentences) Regulation 2008
Repealed version for 11 April 2014 to 31 August 2014 (accessed 2 April 2020 at 05:46)
Chapter 2 Part 2.3 Division 2
Division 2 Correctional centre routine
34   Hours of work and general routine
(1)  The Commissioner is to determine the hours of work and general routine for each correctional centre.
(2)  The Commissioner may determine different hours of work and different general routines for different parts of a correctional centre.
35   Restriction on work that civil inmates and unconvicted inmates may be required to perform
(1)  Civil inmates and unconvicted inmates are not to be required to work otherwise than as provided by this clause.
(2)  The general manager of a correctional centre may require a civil inmate or unconvicted inmate to ensure that any yard or other section of the correctional centre that he or she uses is kept clean.
(3)  A civil inmate or unconvicted inmate must comply with any requirement under this clause.
Note.
 Failure by an inmate to comply with the requirements of this subclause is a correctional centre offence.
36   Inmates to comply with correctional centre routine
An inmate must comply with the hours of work and general routine for the correctional centre or part of the correctional centre in which the inmate is detained.
Note.
 Failure by an inmate to comply with the requirements of this clause is a correctional centre offence.
37   Inmates not to enter other cells
An inmate must not enter a cell that has not been allocated for use by the inmate otherwise than:
(a)  with the permission of the general manager or a correctional officer, or
(b)  in compliance with a direction given by the general manager or a correctional officer.
Note.
 Failure by an inmate to comply with the requirements of this clause is a correctional centre offence.
38   Calls to muster
An inmate must immediately attend at any place designated by the general manager, either generally or in a particular case, as a place for mustering inmates:
(a)  when required orally to do so by the general manager or a correctional officer, or
(b)  when summoned by a bell, hooter, siren or whistle used for that purpose.
Note.
 Failure by an inmate to comply with the requirements of this clause is a correctional centre offence.
39   Misuse of bells, hooters, sirens and whistles
An inmate must not operate a bell, hooter, siren or whistle used:
(a)  for calling to muster, or
(b)  for giving notice of a fire or other emergency, or of a fire or other emergency drill, or
(c)  for giving notice of any other correctional centre routine,
unless the inmate is authorised to do so by the general manager or a correctional officer or does so with other reasonable excuse.
Note.
 Failure by an inmate to comply with the requirements of this clause is a correctional centre offence.
40   Avoidance of correctional centre routine
An inmate must not pretend to be ill or injured for the purpose of avoiding the inmate’s obligations under the Act and this Regulation.
Note.
 Failure by an inmate to comply with the requirements of this clause is a correctional centre offence.
41   Delivery of articles to and from inmates
(1)  Except as otherwise provided by this Part, an inmate must not deliver anything to or receive anything from any other inmate.
(2)  With the approval of an authorised officer, an inmate may deliver an article to another inmate.
Note.
 Failure by an inmate to comply with the requirements of this clause is a correctional centre offence.
42   Creation or possession of prohibited goods
An inmate must not create, or have in his or her possession, prohibited goods.
Note.
 Failure by an inmate to comply with the requirements of this clause is a correctional centre offence.
43   Searching of inmates and cells
(1)  A correctional officer may, at such times as the general manager directs and at such other times as the correctional officer considers appropriate:
(a)  search (including strip-search) an inmate, and
(b)  search an inmate’s cell and any property in the cell.
(2)  Except in the case of an emergency, an inmate must not be strip-searched by or in the presence of a person of the opposite sex.
(3)  The searching of an inmate and the inmate’s cell must be conducted with due regard to dignity and self-respect and in as seemly a manner as is consistent with the conduct of an effective search.
(4)  An inmate must not resist or impede the conduct of a search carried out under this clause.
Note.
 Failure by an inmate to comply with the requirements of this subclause is a correctional centre offence.
(5)  In this clause, strip-search means a search of a person or of articles in the possession of a person that may include:
(a)  requiring the person to remove all of his or her clothes, and
(b)  an examination of the person’s body (but not of the person’s body cavities) and of those clothes.
44   Property to be kept in a tidy and orderly manner
(1)  An inmate must keep his or her property in a tidy and orderly manner and so as not to impede a search of the inmate’s cell.
Note.
 Failure by an inmate to comply with the requirements of this subclause is a correctional centre offence.
(2)  The quantity of property that an inmate keeps in his or her cell is not to exceed such quantity as the general manager may determine and, if it does, the general manager may confiscate such of the property as is necessary to reduce the excess.
(3)  Anything confiscated under this clause:
(a)  is to be dealt with as if it had been surrendered on reception into a correctional centre, or
(b)  is to be disposed of by the general manager in such a manner as is reasonable in the circumstances (taking into account the nature of the material).
45   Books and other material
(1)  An inmate may purchase:
(a)  any book, newspaper or magazine, and
(b)  any record, cassette, CD or DVD.
(2)  Despite subclause (1), the general manager may refuse to allow an inmate to purchase, and may confiscate, any such book, newspaper, magazine, record, cassette, CD or DVD if of the opinion that it contains:
(a)  anything that, in the opinion of a nominated officer, is likely to prejudice the good order and security of the correctional centre, or
(b)  any threatening, offensive, indecent, obscene or abusive written or pictorial matter, or
(c)  any offensive, indecent or obscene article.
(3)  Anything confiscated under this clause:
(a)  is to be dealt with as if it had been surrendered on reception into a correctional centre, or
(b)  is to be disposed of by the general manager in such a manner as is reasonable in the circumstances (taking into account the nature of the material).
46   Transfer of property
The property of an inmate who is transferred from one correctional centre to another is to be delivered to the general manager of the new correctional centre, together with a copy of any record kept by the general manager of the former correctional centre in relation to the property.