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Regulations 1994 No.26 of 1994 Prisons Corrections Services Regulations



Regulations 1994 No.26 of 1994 Prisons Corrections Services Regulations

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NORTHERN TERRITORY OF AUSTRALIA Regulations 1994, No. 26* Regulations under the Prisons (Correctional Services) Act I, KEITH JOHN AUSTIN ASCHE, the Administrator of the Northern Territory of Australia, acting with the advice of the Executive Council, hereby make the following Regulations under the Prisons (Correctional Services) Act. Dated 31 August 1994. K.J.A. ASCHE Administrator PRISONS (CORRECTIONAL SERVICES) REGULATIONS 1. CITATION These Regulations may be cited as the Prisons (Correctional Services) Regulations. 2. COMMENCEMENT These Regulations shall come into operation on the commencement of the Prisons (Correctional Services) Amendment Act 1994. 3. PRISON MISCONDUCT (1) A prisoner who (a) disobeys a rule or standing order of the prison or a lawful order of an officer having control or authority over the prisoner; (b) is idle, negligent or careless in his or her work or, without reasonable excuse, is absent from his or her work, or refuses to work; * Notified in the Northern Territory Government Gazette on 14 September 1994. Government Printer of the Northern Territory Price $1.00

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