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Crimes (Administration of Sentences) Regulation 2008
Repealed version for 11 April 2014 to 31 August 2014 (accessed 6 April 2020 at 15:47)
Chapter 9 Part 9.3 Clause 294
294   Inmates risk to self or others
As soon as practicable after forming an opinion:
(a)  that the mental or physical condition of an inmate constitutes a risk to the life of the inmate or to the life, health or welfare of any other person, or
(b)  that the life of an inmate will be at risk if the inmate continues to be detained in a correctional centre, or
(c)  that, because of illness, an inmate will not survive sentence or is totally and permanently unfit for correctional centre discipline, or
(d)  that an inmate should not, on medical grounds, be employed at work of a particular nature, or
(e)  that an inmate’s medical condition is such that the inmate is unfit to travel, or should only travel by particular means,
a prescribed Justice Health officer must report that he or she has formed the opinion, and the grounds for the opinion, to a prescribed DCS officer.