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Crimes (Administration of Sentences) Regulation 2008
Repealed version for 11 April 2014 to 31 August 2014 (accessed 8 April 2020 at 19:44)
150   Urine sample whether or not drug use suspected
(1)  A correctional officer holding office or acting in a rank that is of or above the rank of Chief Correctional Officer may require an inmate to supply for testing or analysis a sample of urine and give directions as to how the sample is to be supplied.
(2)  The directions may require the inmate to comply with directions given by a correctional officer as to how the sample is to be supplied.
(3)  An inmate must not refuse or fail to comply with a direction under this clause.
 Failure by an inmate to comply with the requirements of this subclause is a correctional centre offence.
(4)  A urine test must be carried out by a government analyst.
(5)  A sample may be required under this clause and tested for the presence of a drug even though the inmate concerned may not be reasonably suspected of having administered a drug to himself or herself or of being under the influence of a drug.