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Inspector of Custodial Services

The Inspector of Custodial Services reviews the conditions, treatment and outcomes for adults and young people in custody. We also oversee the Official Visitor Program. We are independent of Corrective Services and Youth Justice. We report directly to parliament and make our reports public.

Prison Commissary: What Can You Buy In Prison? | Prisoner ...

Federal prisoners have access to a prison commissary, where they are permitted to purchase items they may need. Learn what you buy in prison, common commisary items and how much things cost in prison from the Zoukis Prisoner Resources guides. Contact us for more information on prison commissaries.

Prison Greens: The clothing and bedding of inmates …

Prison Greens: The clothing and bedding of inmates in NSW Page 9 Executive summary This report by the Inspector of Custodial Services is the product of several inspections looking at the basic living conditions afforded to inmates in NSW correctional centres. It …

Correctional Officer Gear, Uniforms, Boots & More | Galls

We stock a wide range of correctional officer gear, including authorized restraints, protective eyewear, tactical gloves and stab vests, to assist on the job. Just as important as corrections gear, we also carry durable, professional correctional officer uniforms from top brands, as well as tactical boots and correctional guard duty belts.

What clothes did male convicts wear? | Sydney Living Museums

By the 1830s, convicts were being issued three shirts and three pairs of shoes. A convict's Object: shoes often wore out quite quickly because they walked for many hours each day on rough roads, and they had to wait for many months until the next issue of new shoes.. Items of clothing were often stolen and sold or swapped for luxury items like food, alcohol or pipe …

What to expect - Corrective Services NSW Home

Smoking ban. Correctional Services New South Wales has banned smoking for staff, inmates and visitors at all NSW correctional centres. This means that cigarettes, tobacco and other smoking-related items, such as matches, lighters and e-cigarettes, will be banned from prisons and treated like all other contraband.

Victorian Prisons Information Booklet

Prohibited Items A prohibited item ('contraband') is anything introduced or found in a prison that is not permitted. It is a criminal offence to bring any form of contraband onto prison property. Prohibited items vary depending on whether the prison is maximum, medium or minimum security. The following items are prohibited in all prisons:

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What tops the grocery list of NSW inmates? | Newcastle ...

They can spend up to $100 per week on food items and $100 per month on other grocery items, such as clothing and toiletries. The average weekly spend is about $50. The top purchases at NSW correctional centres during 2017 were: Singapore noodles – 413,980 packets; Tinned tuna in oil – 411,403 tins; Orange drink powder – 408,190 sachets;

Corrective Services NSW Home

Corrective Services NSW Home. Corrective Services NSW runs the state's correctional centres, supervises offenders in the community, and delivers programs to reduce reoffending, support reintegration and build safer communities. Find a Correctional Centre.

Don't Visit a Prison Before Reading This

In October, prison officers identified two men in possession of illegal items after carrying out a random blitz at the Wellington Correctional Centre, located in central western NSW. One of the men, aged 41, was found with 13 grams of tobacco, cigarette papers, and tablets, while a second man, aged 34, was found with 28 prescription pills.