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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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Prisons (Correctional Services) Regulations (c) behaves in a disorderly manner; (d) swears or uses indecent language or language calculated to offend; (e) uses insulting or threatening language or behaves in an insulting or threatening manner; (f) pretends illness or injury; (g) wilfully or maliciously breaks, damages or destroys any property; (h) makes a false or frivolous complaint against an officer; (j) does any act or omission of insubordination or misconduct subversive to the order and good government of the prison; (k) introduces into food or drink anything liable to render it unpalatable or unwholesome; (m) interferes, without the approval of an officer, with locks, lights or other property in a prison; (n) intentionally damages, without the approval of an officer, any tree or shrub in a prison; (p) contravenes or fails to comply with a term or condition of a grant of leave of absence from a prison; (q) manufactures or is in possession of a prison key without authorisation; (r) removes, damages, defaces, or interferes with any band, badge, card or other material or device used to identify a prisoner; (s) misuses medication or is found to have present in the prisoner's body any drugs or alcohol or, on being requested to do so, refuses to supply a sample of breath, blood or urine to a person authorised to take such a sample under section 95A of the Act; (t) enters an area which the prisoner is not authorised to enter or, without the approval of an officer, enters the cell of another prisoner; (u) is absent from a muster or count of prisoners without reasonable excuse; (w) lends property or possessions, to another prisoner for profit; 2

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