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Get tougher on rule breakers

Some Corrections centre inmates have continued to use mobile phones unlawfully sneaked in. In the recent snap searches carried out contraband found includes mobile phones, sim cards and chargers. Officers
04 Oct 2012 08:11

Some Corrections centre inmates have continued to use mobile phones unlawfully sneaked in.
In the recent snap searches carried out contraband found includes mobile phones, sim cards and chargers.
Officers have established that prisoners are being supplied by visitors.
Family and friends must realise that when illegal items are found on an inmate, the inmate’s privileges are taken away.
We suggest more needs to be done. Anyone found trying to get illegal items in to inmates should be permanently banned from visiting.
The inmate’s own rights must be severely curtailed if they are found to be involved.
Corrections has put in place a lot of programmes to help inmates have a brighter future when they’re released.
This should continue – but only for those inmates who do follow the rules.
Those who don’t must know there are consequences.




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