have the authority to terminate the escort at any time for reasons of safety and security.
intervene if the person conducting the escort fails to contact the institution as previously determined as follows:
attempt contact on the cellular telephone provided by the institution
call the destination to confirm arrival or departure time and enquire about any circumstances that might cause a delay (e.g. road construction, accident, etc.)
inform the Institutional Head of late calls or concerns so that the situation can be reported to police, when appropriate.
Prior to all family contact, the Parole Officer, Correctional Officer or Correctional Manager will make personal contact with the family member to:
confirm the date, time and people who will be in attendance
gather any new information regarding the family or any potential concerns
record the contact in a Case Work Record.
The person conducting the escort will:
possess all pertinent documentation related to the inmate and the escort
report to the Correctional Manager, Operational Desk, as soon as possible, any condition or emergency that requires deviation from the instructions provided
terminate the escort and return the inmate to the institution at any time for reasons of safety and security, provided that doing so would not jeopardize the life or well-being of the inmate (e.g. medical emergency).
Close supervision: means the inmate may be out of sight and sound for short periods of time, for justified reasons or needs (e.g. washroom breaks, meal breaks, medical examination). The authorized person(s) conducting the escort must be aware of the activities and routine of the inmate to determine the most appropriate time to leave the inmate escort for short periods of time.
Non-security escort: an escort where an assessment of risk determines that the use of restraints or other security equipment is not required and that the escort may be conducted by a Correctional Officer or another authorized person.