Marginal note:Release to aboriginal community
84. If an inmate expresses an interest in being released into an aboriginal community, the Service shall, with the inmate’s consent, give the aboriginal community
(a) adequate notice of the inmate’s parole review or their statutory release date, as the case may be; and
(b) an opportunity to propose a plan for the inmate’s release and integration into that community.
- 1992, c. 20, s. 84;
- 2012, c. 1, s. 66.
Marginal note:Plans with respect to long-term supervision
84.1 Where an offender who is required to be supervised by a long-term supervision order has expressed an interest in being supervised in an aboriginal community, the Service shall, if the offender consents, give the aboriginal community
(a) adequate notice of the order; and
(b) an opportunity to propose a plan for the offender’s release on supervision, and integration, into the aboriginal community.
- 1997, c. 17, s. 15.
85. In sections 86 and 87,
« soins de santé »
“health care” means medical care, dental care and mental health care, provided by registered health care professionals;
“mental health care”
« soins de santé mentale »
“mental health care” means the care of a disorder of thought, mood, perception, orientation or memory that significantly impairs judgment, behaviour, the capacity to recognize reality or the ability to meet the ordinary demands of life;
“treatment”Version anglaise seulement
“treatment” means health care treatment.
Marginal note:Obligations of Service
86. (1) The Service shall provide every inmate with
(a) essential health care; and
(b) reasonable access to non-essential mental health care that will contribute to the inmate’s rehabilitation and successful reintegration into the community.
(2) The provision of health care under subsection (1) shall conform to professionally accepted standards.
Marginal note:Service to consider health factors
87. The Service shall take into consideration an offender’s state of health and health care needs
(a) in all decisions affecting the offender, including decisions relating to placement, transfer, administrative segregation and disciplinary matters; and
(b) in the preparation of the offender for release and the supervision of the offender.
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