Marginal note:Routine non-intrusive or frisk searches
47 (1) A staff member may conduct routine non-intrusive searches or routine frisk searches of inmates, without individualized suspicion, in the prescribed circumstances, which circumstances must be limited to what is reasonably required for security purposes.
(2) A person providing services of a prescribed class to the Service under a contract has the power to search that a staff member is authorized to conduct under subsection (1) if
(a) the conducting of such searches is provided for in the contract but does not constitute the person’s principal services under the contract;
(b) the searches are reasonably related to the person’s principal services under the contract; and
(c) the person has received the prescribed training to conduct such searches.
- 1992, c. 20, s. 47
- 1995, c. 42, s. 14(F)
- 2019, c. 27, s. 13(F)
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