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Part Two: St Catherine Adult Correctional Centre and Tower Street Adult Correctional Centre


Every inmate sentenced to imprisonment at hard labour shall, unless excused by the medical officer on medical grounds, be employed on such class of labour specified in rule 154 as the Superintendent may direct.


Te classes of labour specified in Rule 154 include ‘Trades, domestic or other adult correctional centre duties and hard bodiIy labour’, ‘Sedentary or less hard bodily labour’, and ‘Light occupation in accordance with directions of the medical officer.’


At SCACC there were 230 inmates employed to work inside the institution, and only 14 permitted to take part in external working parties. At TSACC 120 inmates were eligible to be on working parties either inside or outside the institution. Of these, dependant on the work available, generally only a small proportion can work at any given time. At SCACC a correctional officer informed me that there had recently been a working party sent from the prison to clear a wooded area for a local Parish Council, but he conceded that this was not a regular occurrence.


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