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"Corrections Act "

Corrections Act

The act is core to the operations of adult correctional services in Alberta. It defines the roles, responsibilities and powers (including powers of delegation) held by the Minister and senior officials within the Department of Justice and Solicitor General, with respect to both community corrections and custodial operations. It sets specific rules with regard to practices such as disclosure of information, transfer of inmates, drug testing, monitoring of inmate communications, and sets roles, responsibilities and rules for disciplinary hearings and related appeals. Finally, it specifies areas in which the Lieutenant Governor may make regulations.
 
    Chapter/Regulation: C-29 RSA 2000
    Status: Office Consolidation
    Ministry Responsible: Justice and Solicitor General
    Current to 10/1/2011
    Item/ISBN#: 9780779759842
    Pages 26
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Following are the associated Regulations for the Corrections Act ...

Correctional Institution Regulation

The regulation expands on many of the provisions of the Corrections Act, specifically in relation to the operation of adult custodial correctional institutions. It addresses in greater detail many of the administrative practices and policies that govern daily life (e.g. rules around access to funds, visits, etc.), as well as criteria for earned remission of sentences and procedures surrounding inmate discipline.
 
    Chapter/Regulation: 205/2001
    Status: Office Consolidation
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Designated Correctional Institutions Order

This order lists Alberta’s adult correctional institutions.
 
    Chapter/Regulation: 252/1999
    Status: Office Consolidation
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Fine Option Order

This order establishes a program that allows people to pay off criminal fines through eligible volunteer work. People who have pled guilty or have been convicted of an offense punishable by a fine may earn credits toward fine payment, even if they are currently serving time in custody for defaulting on payment. Credits earned are equal to the minimum wage for each hour worked.
 
    Chapter/Regulation: 92/1999
    Status: Office Consolidation
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