specific times are established for health care clinics and distribution of medication as per
CD 800 – Health Services; and
all movement procedures allow inmates to engage in their Correctional Plan, including participation in case management, correctional programs and approved religious and cultural events, while taking into consideration institutional security requirements, both during work and leisure hours.
The Deputy Warden will ensure Post Orders are developed to monitor and control inmate movement during and after regular working hours.
The Assistant Warden, Operations/Manager, Operations, will ensure procedures are implemented to supervise and monitor inmate movement.
The Correctional Manager, Operational Desk, will manage routine and non-routine inmate movement in a timely manner.
The Correctional Manager, Unit/Sector, will manage cell changes and inmate movement within a unit or sector in a timely manner in accordance with CD 550 – Inmate Accommodation.
The Correctional Officer/Primary Worker will ensure each inmate's pass and/or movement is authorized.
All staff will:
use and verify the pass system; and
report unauthorized inmate movement.
The Standing Order will consider the security level of the institution and inmates' needs in terms of structure and control and will include the following:
times when movement is permitted;
the maximum number of inmates permitted to move at one time;
reasons for inmate movement;
methods of initiating inmate movement;
a pass system; and
out-of-bound areas during movement.
At maximum security institutions, the Standing Order will indicate:
that cell doors are only to be left open during the identified changeover period or when a group of inmates return from special activities, such as religious services, visits, group meetings, etc.;
that once the range is secured, one cell per range may remain open (to allow for cleaning, etc.) only if there are no other inmates in the range area; and
when applicable, the maximum number of inmates allowed on the range for leisure activities.
The pass system will consist of one or more of the following methods depending on the site and security level:
pick-up or check-off list; or
The pass system will include the following:
the areas of the institution where passes or escorts are required;
the times passes are required;
reasons for issuing the pass;
staff who can authorize inmate passes;
a system for inspecting passes to prevent breaches of security and abuses of the pass system; and
a statement describing the responsibilities of all staff for enforcing the pass system.
Taking into account the security level of the institution, the procedures for the pass system will identify:
the information required for inmate passes;
the responsibilities of the initiating and receiving staff;
how to schedule visitors;
the recording system;
how to terminate or cancel a pass;
the action to be taken when unauthorized movement occurs;
the procedures to be followed during non-scheduled call-outs;
how to authorize movement within the institution in preparation for temporary absences, conditional releases, escorts and transfers;
how to dispose of used paper passes; and
what special passes can be issued, including their use and the review process required for these passes.
Procedures for inmate work and program attendance will consider:
the times when inmate movement to and from their workplaces and program areas are allowed;
the responsibilities of staff;
how inmates will be released, including restriction of the number of inmates that may move at one time (where applicable);
the security control points used to monitor inmate movement to and from their workplaces and/or program areas;
requirements for movement between work departments and/or program areas;
special requirements for movement of inmates to and from the kitchen;
requirements for the movement of inmates working on split shifts;
requirements for the movement of inmates who work on maintenance crews or require mobility;
measures for inclement weather or emergencies;
measures for dealing with inmates who fail to report to the workplace and program; and
measures for reporting unauthorized absences from the workplace and programs during work hours.
Movement – Work Outside the Perimeter
Movement procedures for work attendance outside the perimeter will include:
a procedure to monitor and control movement in and out of the institution;
the maximum number of inmates allowed outside the perimeter at one time;