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Separation of different classes of inmates

33 Separation of different classes of inmates

(1) For the purposes of this clause, each inmate is to be included in one of the following classes--
(a) convicted inmate,
(b) unconvicted inmate,
(c) civil inmate,
(d) Commonwealth post sentence terrorism inmate,
(e) NSW post sentence inmate.
(2) As far as practicable, inmates of a particular class are to be kept separate from inmates of another class.
(3) Within each class, the Commissioner may direct that the following inmates be kept separate from other inmates--
(a) inmates who have not previously been imprisoned,
(b) inmates who would be at risk if not separated from other inmates,
(c) inmates who are forensic patients within the meaning of the Mental Health Act 2007 ,
(d) inmates who are detained under a preventative detention order within the meaning of Part 2A of the Terrorism (Police Powers) Act 2002 ,
(e) inmates who are imprisoned--
(i) under a warrant issued by the Commissioner of Fines Administration under section 87 of the Fines Act 1996 , or
(ii) as fine defaulters under the laws of the Commonwealth or the Australian Capital Territory.

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