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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Repealed version for 11 April 2014 to 31 August 2014 (accessed 8 April 2020 at 19:39)
158   Requests to general manager
(1)  A correctional officer to whom an oral or written request by an inmate for permission to speak with the general manager is addressed or delivered must, without unreasonable delay, convey it to the general manager.
(2)  The general manager of a correctional centre:
(a)  to whom such a request is conveyed, or
(b)  to whom an oral or written request by an inmate for permission to speak with the general manager is addressed or delivered directly,
must give the inmate an opportunity to speak with the general manager on the day on which the request is conveyed or made or as soon as is practicable after that day.
(3)  The general manager must consider what the inmate has to say and, having done so, must orally inform the inmate of any action that the general manager has taken or proposes to take or that the general manager does not propose to take any action, as the case may be.