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CRIMES (ADMINISTRATION OF SENTENCES) REGULATION 2014 - REG 15

Designation of high security, extreme high security, extreme high risk restricted and national security interest inmates

15 Designation of high security, extreme high security, extreme high risk restricted and national security interest inmates

(1) The Commissioner may designate an inmate as a high security inmate if of the opinion that the inmate constitutes:
(a) a danger to other people, or
(b) a threat to good order and security.
(2) The Commissioner may designate an inmate as an extreme high security inmate if of the opinion that the inmate constitutes:
(a) an extreme danger to other people, or
(b) an extreme threat to good order and security.
(3) The Commissioner may designate an inmate as an extreme high risk restricted inmate if of the opinion that:
(a) the inmate constitutes:
(i) an extreme danger to other people, or
(ii) an extreme threat to good order and security, and
(b) there is a risk that the inmate may engage in, or incite other persons to engage in, activities that constitute a serious threat to the peace, order or good government of the State or any other place.
(3A) The Commissioner may designate an inmate as a national security interest inmate if of the opinion that there is a risk that the inmate may engage in, or incite other persons to engage in, activities that constitute a serious threat to the peace, order or good government of the State or any other place.
(4) Subject to clause 17, the Commissioner may at any time vary or revoke a designation under this clause.
(5) Extreme high risk restricted inmates are prescribed to be serious offenders for the purposes of paragraph (f) of the definition of
"serious offender" in section 3 (1) of the Act.



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