Jersey Law 1/1957

 

PRISON (JERSEY) LAW, 1957.

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A LAW   to revise the Law relating to the administration of the Prison [, to provide for the establishment and administration of institutions for young offenders,]1 and to provide for matters incidental thereto, sanctioned by Order of Her Majesty in Council of the

 

24th day of JANUARY, 1957.

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(Registered on the 16th day of February, 1957).

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STATES OF JERSEY.

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The 21st day of September, 1956.

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THE STATES, subject to the sanction of Her Most Excellent Majesty in Council, have adopted the following Law:  -

ARTICLE 1

INTERPRETATION

[(1)          In this Law, unless the context otherwise requires, “the prison” means the States of Jersey Prison at La Moye, in the Parish of St. Brelade, and any new prison which may hereinafter be built.] 2

(2)           For the purposes of this Law, the maintenance of a prisoner shall include all necessary expenses incurred in respect of the prisoner for food, clothing, custody and removal from one place to another, from the period of his committal to prison until his discharge from, or death in, prison.

ARTICLE 2

THE PRISON BOARD

A Committee of the States, to be called the Prison Board, shall be constituted for the purpose of exercising the powers conferred, and performing the duties imposed, upon the Prison Board.

ARTICLE 3

GENERAL DUTIES OF PRISON BOARD

(1)           The Prison Board shall have the general administration and superintendence of the prison and shall make the contracts and do the other acts necessary for the maintenance of the prison and the maintenance of prisoners.

(2)           The Prison Board shall from time to time visit the prison and examine the state of buildings, the conduct of officers, the treatment and conduct of prisoners and all other matters concerning the management of the prison, and shall ensure that the provisions of this Law and of any rules made under this Law are duly complied with.

(3)           Any member of the Prison Board may at any time visit the prison or any part thereof, and any prisoner.

ARTICLE 4

ANNUAL REPORT OF PRISON BOARD

(1)           The Prison Board shall* * *3 each year, present to the States a report on the prison for the preceding calendar year.

(2)           The report shall contain –

(a)    a statement of the accommodation at the prison and the daily average and highest number of prisoners confined therein;

(b)     particulars of the work done by prisoners in the prison * * * *3

(c)     a statement of the punishments inflicted in the prison and of the offences, for which they were inflicted * * * * * *3.

ARTICLE 5

RIGHT OF LIEUTENANT-GOVERNOR, BAILIFF AND VISCOUNT TO VISIT PRISON

(1)           The Lieutenant-Governor and the Bailiff may at any time visit the prison or any part thereof, and any prisoner, and enter in the visitors’ book, to be kept by the governor of the prison, any observations on the condition of the prison or on any abuses.

(2)           The governor of the prison shall bring any entry in the visitors’ book to the attention of the Prison Board and to the Board of Visitors at their next visit.

(3)           The Viscount may at any time visit the prison or any part thereof, and any prisoner, whenever it is necessary for him to do so in the discharge of the duties of his office.

ARTICLE 6

BOARD OF VISITORS

(1)           The States shall make regulations providing for the constitution of a Board of Visitors consisting of Jurats of the Royal Court, appointed by the Superior Number of the Royal Court at such times, in such manner and for such periods as may be prescribed by the regulations.

(2)           Regulations made as aforesaid shall prescribe the functions of the Board of Visitors and shall among other things require members to pay frequent visits to the prison and hear any complaints which may be made by the prisoners and report to the States any matter which it considers it expedient to report.

(3)           Any member of the Board of Visitors may at any time visit the prison or any part thereof, and any prisoner.

ARTICLE 7

PRISON OFFICERS

(1)           Subject to the provisions of Article 21 of this Law, the Prison Board shall appoint for the prison a governor, a chaplain and a medical officer and such other officers, including women officers, as may be necessary.

(2)           The chaplain shall be a clergyman of the Church of England and the medical officer shall be duly registered under the “Loi (1939) sur l’exercice de la médicine et la chirurgie dans cette Ile”.4

[(3)          The Prison Board shall determine the ranks of officers appointed under this Article, the number of officers to be employed in each rank and, after consultation with the Establishment Committee, the appropriate scale of pay for each rank, and the purpose and amount of any allowances.

(4)           The Prison Board may by Order make provision in relation to officers appointed under this Article respecting –

(a)    holidays and leave of absence, including leave of absence by reason of sickness;

(b)     discipline and conduct in connexion with their official employment;

(c)     retirement from office and the payment of pensions and gratuities;

(d)     such other matters as may be considered necessary relating to their conditions of service:

Provided that, before making an Order respecting any of the matters dealt with in sub-paragraphs (a), (c) and (d) of this paragraph, the Board shall consult the Establishment Committee.]5

[(5)          The Subordinate Legislation (Jersey) Law, 1960 shall apply to Orders made under this Article.]6

ARTICLE 8

PRISON MINISTERS

(1)           The Prison Board may allow a minister of any denomination other than Church of England to visit prisoners of his denomination.

(2)           No prisoner shall be visited against his will by such a minister as is mentioned in paragraph (1) of this Article, but every prisoner not belonging to the Church of England shall be allowed, in accordance with the arrangements in force in the prison, to attend chapel or to be visited by the chaplain.

(3)           The governor of the prison shall on the reception of each prisoner record the religious denomination to which the prisoner declares himself to belong, and shall give to any minister who under this Article is allowed to visit prisoners therein a list of the prisoners who have declared themselves to belong to his denomination; and the minister shall not be allowed to visit any other prisoners.

ARTICLE 9

PROVISION OF EXECUTIONER

Whenever it is necessary to carry into effect a sentence of death, the Prison Board shall take measures to procure an executioner for the occasion.

ARTICLE 10

LEGAL CUSTODY OF PRISONERS

(1)           Every prisoner shall be deemed to be in the legal custody of the governor of the prison.

(2)           A prisoner shall be deemed to be in legal custody while he is confined in, or is being taken to or from, the prison or any prison outside the Island, and while he is working, or is for any other reason, outside the prison in the custody or under the control of an officer of the prison [and while he is being taken to or from any place to which he is required or authorized by or under this Law to be taken, or is kept in custody in pursuance of any such requirement or authorization.]7

ARTICLE 11

CELLS

(1)           No cell shall be used for the confinement of a prisoner unless it is certified by [the medical officer of the prison]8 that its size, lighting, heating, ventilation and fittings are adequate for health and that it allows the prisoner to communicate at any time with a prison officer.

(2)           A certificate given under this Article in respect of any cell may limit the period for which a prisoner may be separately confined in the cell and the number of hours a day during which a prisoner may be employed therein.

(3)           The certificate shall identify the cell to which it relates by a number or mark and the cell shall be marked by that number or mark placed in a conspicuous position; and if the number or mark is changed without the consent of [the medical officer if the prison]9 the certificate shall cease to have effect.

(4)           [The medical officer of the prison]9 may withdraw a certificate given under this Article in respect of any cell if in his opinion the conditions of the cell are no longer as stated in the certificate.

(5)           Special cells [may]9 be provided for the temporary confinement of refractory or violent prisoners.

ARTICLE 12

SEPARATION OF MALE AND FEMALE PRISONERS

Separate buildings or parts of a building shall be used in the prison for [male prisoners]9 and for [female prisoners]9 respectively so as to prevent the one from seeing or communicating with the other.

ARTICLE 13

MEASURING AND PHOTOGRAPHY OF PRISONERS

The States may make regulations as to the measuring and photographing of prisoners and such regulations may prescribe the time or times at which and the manner and dress in which prisoners shall be measured and photographed and the number of copies of the measurements and photographs of each prisoner which shall be made and the persons to whom they shall be sent.

ARTICLE 14

PAINFUL TESTS

The medical officer of the prison shall not apply any painful test to a prisoner for the purpose of detecting malingering or for any other purpose except with the permission of the Prison Board.

ARTICLE 15

CORPORAL PUNISHMENT FOR PRISON OFFENCES

(1)           Rules made under Article 26 of this Law may authorize the infliction of corporal punishment for mutiny, incitement to mutiny, or gross personal violence to an officer of a prison when committed by a male person serving a sentence of imprisonment, corrective training or preventive detention.

(2)           The rules shall not authorize the infliction of corporal punishment except by order of the Board of Visitors, made at a meeting at which not less than three members are present; and no such order shall be made except after an inquiry in which the evidence is given on oath.

(3)           The punishment which may be inflicted under such an order as aforesaid shall not exceed –

(a)     in the case of a person appearing to the Board of Visitors to be not less than twenty-one years of age, eighteen strokes of a cat-o’-nine-tails or birch rod; or

(b)     in any other case, twelve strokes of a birch rod;

and if corporal punishment is inflicted, no further punishment by way of confinement in cells or restricted diet shall be imposed.

(4)           Where an order for the infliction of corporal punishment has been made under this Article, a copy of the notes of the evidence given at the inquiry, a copy of the order and a statement of the grounds on which it was made shall forthwith be given to the Bailiff; and the order shall be carried into effect only after confirmation by the Bailiff, and, if the Bailiff confirms the order with modifications, in accordance with the modifications.

(5)           A refusal by the Bailiff to confirm such an order as aforesaid shall not prejudice any power to impose another punishment for the offence for which the order was made.

ARTICLE 16

REMOVAL OF PRISONER FOR JUDICIAL AND OTHER PURPOSES

The Bailiff may –

(a)     if he is satisfied that the attendance at any place in the Island of a person detained in the prison is desirable in the interests of justice or for the purposes of any public inquiry, direct him to be taken to that place;

(b)     if he is satisfied that a person so detained requires medical or surgical treatment of any description, direct him to be taken to a hospital or other suitable place for the purpose of the treatment;

and where any person is directed under this Article to be taken to any place he shall, unless the Bailiff otherwise directs, be kept in custody while being so taken, while at that place, and while being taken back to the prison.

ARTICLE 17

POWER OF POLICE OFFICER TO ACT OUTSIDE HIS JURISDICTION

For the purposes of taking a person to or from the prison under the order of any authority competent to give the order, an officer of police, whether honorary or paid, may act outside the area of his jurisdiction and shall, notwithstanding that he is so acting, have all the powers, authority, protection and privileges of his office.

ARTICLE 18

CALCULATION OF TERM OF SENTENCE

(1)           In any sentence of imprisonment, the word “month” shall, unless the contrary is expressed, be construed as meaning calendar month.

(2)           A prisoner who but for this paragraph would be discharged on [a Saturday, a Sunday, Christmas Day, Good Friday, or any day appointed to be observed as a public holiday under Article 2 of the Public Holidays and Bank Holidays (Jersey) Law, 1951, as amended,10]11 shall be discharged on the day next preceding.

ARTICLE 19

REMISSION FOR GOOD CONDUCT AND RELEASE ON LICENCE OF PERSONS SENTENCED TO TERMS OF IMPRISONMENT

(1)           Rules made under Article 26 of this Law may make provision whereby, in such circumstances as may be prescribed by the rules, a person serving a sentence of imprisonment for such a term as may be so prescribed may be granted remission of such part of that sentence as may be so prescribed on the ground of his industry and good conduct, and on the discharge of a person from prison in pursuance of any such remission as aforesaid his sentence shall expire.

(2)           If it appears to the Prison Board that a person serving a sentence of imprisonment was under the age of twenty-one years at the commencement of his sentence, it may direct that instead of being granted remission of his sentence under the rules he shall, at any time on or after the day on which he could have been discharged if the remission had been granted, be released on licence under the following provisions of this Article.

(3)           A person released on licence under this Article shall until the expiration of his sentence be under the supervision of such person as may be specified in the licence and shall comply with such other requirements as may be so specified:

Provided that the Prison Board may at any time modify or cancel any such requirements.

(4)           If before the expiration of his sentence the Prison Board is satisfied that a person released as aforesaid has failed to comply with any requirement for the time being specified in the licence, it may by order recall him to the prison; and thereupon he shall be liable to be detained in prison until the expiration of his sentence and, if at large, shall be deemed to be unlawfully at large.

(5)           The Prison Board may release on licence a person detained in a prison under paragraph (4) of this Article at any time before the expiration of his sentence; and paragraphs (3) and (4) of this Article shall apply in the case of a person released under this paragraph as they apply in the case of a person released under paragraph (2) thereof.

(6)           Where the unexpired part of the sentence of a person released under paragraph (2) of this Article is less than six months, paragraphs (3) to (5) of this Article shall apply to him subject to the following modifications –

(a)     the period for which he is under supervision under paragraph (3) and is liable to recall under paragraph (4) shall be a period of six months from the date of his release under the said paragraph (2);

(b)     if he is recalled under paragraph (4), the period for which he may be detained thereunder shall be whichever is the shorter of the following, that is to say –

(i)      the remainder of the said period of six months; or

(ii)     the part of his sentence which was unexpired on the date of his release under the said paragraph (2), reduced by any time during which he has been so detained since that date;

and he may be released on licence under paragraph (5) at any time before the expiration of that period.

(7)           For the purposes of this Article, a person committed to prison in default of payment of a sum adjudged to be paid by a conviction shall be treated as undergoing a sentence of imprisonment for the term for which he is committed, and consecutive terms of imprisonment shall be treated as one term of a period equal to the aggregate of the consecutive terms.

ARTICLE 20

POWER OF BAILIFF TO DISCHARGE PRISONERS TEMPORARILY ON ACCOUNT OF ILL-HEALTH

(1)           If the Bailiff is satisfied that by reason of the condition of a prisoner’s health it is undesirable to detain him in prison, but that, such condition of health being due in whole or in part to the prisoner’s own conduct in prison, it is desirable that his release should be temporary and conditional only, the Bailiff may, if he thinks fit, having regard to all the circumstances of the case, by order authorize the temporary discharge of the prisoner for such period and subject to such conditions as may be stated in the order.

(2)           Where an order of temporary discharge is made in the case of a prisoner not under sentence, the order shall contain conditions requiring the attendance of the prisoner at any further proceedings on his case at which his presence may be required.

(3)           Any prisoner discharged under this Article shall comply with any conditions stated in the order of temporary discharge, and shall return to prison at the expiration of the period stated in the order, or of such extended period as may be fixed by any subsequent order of the Bailiff, and, if the prisoner fails so to comply or return, he may be arrested and taken back to prison.

(4)           Where a prisoner under sentence is discharged in pursuance of an order of temporary discharge, the currency of the sentence shall be suspended from the day on which he is discharged from prison under the order to the day on which he is received back into prison, so that the former day shall be reckoned and the latter shall not be reckoned as part of the sentence.

(5)           Nothing in this Article shall affect the duties of the medical officer of the prison in respect of a prisoner whom the Bailiff does not think fit to discharge under this Article.

ARTICLE 21

ALTERATION, ETC. OF PRISON

(1)           The States may alter, enlarge, rebuild or close the prison and build any new prison.

(2)           Where more than one prison is provided, there shall be a governor, a chaplain and a medical officer for each prison and where a prison is provided for the reception of women only, the governor of that prison shall be a woman.

[ARTICLE 22

PRISON BREAKING

Any person who, by the use of force, escapes from the prison or other lawful custody shall be guilty of a crime and shall be liable to imprisonment for a term not exceeding seven years.

ARTICLE 22A

ESCAPE FROM PRISON

Any person who, without force, escapes from the prison, or other lawful custody, shall be guilty of a crime and shall be liable to a fine, or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding two years, or both.]12

ARTICLE [22B]13

ASSISTING PRISONER TO ESCAPE

Any person who aids any prisoner in escaping or attempting to escape from the prison or who, with intent to facilitate the escape of any prisoner, conveys any thing into the prison or to a prisoner or places any thing anywhere outside the prison with a view to its coming into the possession of a prisoner, shall be guilty of a crime and liable to imprisonment for a term not exceeding two years.

[ARTICLE 22C

HARBOURING OF ESCAPED PRISONER

(1)           Any person who knowingly harbours a person who has escaped from the prison or other lawful custody or who, having been sentenced in any other part of the British Islands to imprisonment or detention, is otherwise unlawfully at large, or gives to any such person any assistance with intent to prevent, hinder or interfere with his being taken into custody, shall be guilty of a crime and shall be liable to a fine, or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding two years, or both.

(2)           For the purposes of this Article, the expression “imprisonment or detention” means imprisonment, borstal training or detention in a detention centre.]14

ARTICLE 23

UNLAWFUL CONVEYANCE OF SPIRITS OR TOBACCO INTO PRISON

Any person who contrary to rules made under Article 26 of this Law brings or attempts to bring into the prison or to a prisoner any spirituous or fermented liquor or tobacco, or places any such liquor or any tobacco anywhere outside the prison with intent that it shall come into the possession of a prisoner, and any officer who contrary to those rules allows any such liquor or any tobacco to be sold or used in the prison, shall be liable to imprisonment for a term not exceeding six months or a fine not exceeding [one hundred]15 pounds or both such imprisonment and such fine.

ARTICLE 24

UNLAWFUL INTRODUCTION OF OTHER ARTICLES

Any person who contrary to rules made under Article 26 of this Law conveys or attempts to convey any letter or any other thing into or out of the prison or to a prisoner or places it anywhere outside the prison with intent that it shall come into the possession of a prisoner shall, where he is not thereby guilty of an offence under Article [22B]16 or 23 of this Law, be liable to a fine not exceeding [one hundred]17 pounds.

ARTICLE 25

DISPLAY OF NOTICE OF PENALTIES

The Prison Board shall cause to be affixed in a conspicuous place outside the prison a notice of the penalties to which persons committing offences under Articles 22, [22A, 22B, 22C]16, 23 and 24 of this Law are liable.

[ARTICLE 25A

POWER TO PROVIDE YOUNG OFFENDERS’ CENTRE, AND ATTENDANCE CENTRES

(1)           The Prison Board may provide –

(a)     a young offenders’ centre, that is to say, a place at which male persons of not less than fourteen, but under twenty-one, years of age, who are ordered to be detained there in pursuance of Article 19 of the Children (Jersey) Law, 1969,18  as amended,19 may be kept for short periods under discipline suitable to persons of their age and description:

(b)     attendance centres, that is to say, places at which male persons of not less than ten, but under twenty-one, years of age may be ordered to attend in pursuance of Article 23 of the Children (Jersey) Law, 1969,20 as amended,21 and there be given appropriate occupation or instruction under supervision.

(2)           For the purpose of sub-paragraph (b) of paragraph (1) of this Article, the Prison Board may make arrangements with any other Committee of the States for the use of premises administered by that Committee.

ARTICLE 25B

APPLICATION OF LAW TO YOUNG OFFENDERS’ CENTRE

(1)           With the exception of paragraphs (2) to (6) of Article 19, the preceding provisions of this Law shall, subject to such adaptations and modifications as the Prison Board may by Rules prescribe, apply to the young offenders’ centre provided under Article 25A of this Law and to persons detained therein as they apply to the prison and to prisoners.

(2)           References in the preceding provisions of this Law to imprisonment shall, so far as those provisions apply to the young offenders’ centre provided under Article 25A of this Law be construed as including detention in such a centre.

ARTICLE 25C

SUPERVISION AFTER RELEASE FROM YOUNG OFFENDERS’ CENTRE

(1)           A person detained in the young offenders’ centre in pursuance of an order under Article 19 of the Children (Jersey) Law, 1969,22  as amended,23 shall, after his release and until the expiration of twelve months from the date of his release, be under the supervision of such person as may be specified in a notice to be given him by the Prison Board on his release and shall, while under that supervision, comply with such requirements as may be so specified:

Provided that the Prison Board may at any time modify or cancel any of those requirements, or order that a person who is under supervision as aforesaid shall cease to be under supervision.

(2)           If before the expiration of the said period of twelve months the Prison Board is satisfied that a person under supervision under paragraph (1) of this Article has failed to comply with any requirement for the time being specified in the notice given to him under that paragraph, the Prison Board may order him to be recalled to the young offenders’ centre; and thereupon he shall be liable to be detained in the young offenders’ centre until the expiration of a period equivalent to that part of his term which was unexpired on the date of his release from the young offenders’ centre, or until the expiration of the period of fourteen days from the date of his being taken into custody under the order, whichever is the later, and, if at large, shall be deemed to be unlawfully at large:

Provided that –

(a)     a person shall not be recalled more than once under this paragraph by virtue of the same order under Article 19 of the Children (Jersey) Law, 1969,24  as amended;25  and

(b)     an order under this paragraph shall, at the expiration of the said period of twelve months, cease to have effect unless the person to whom it relates is then in custody thereunder.

(3)           The Prison Board may at any time release a person who is detained in the young offenders’ centre under paragraph (2) of this Article.

ARTICLE 25D

TRANSFERS FROM YOUNG OFFENDERS’ CENTRE TO PRISON

If a person detained in the young offenders’ centre is reported to the Prison Board by the Board of Visitors to be incorrigible, or to be exercising a bad influence on the other persons detained in the centre, the Prison Board may substitute for the unexpired part of the term for which that person is then liable to be detained in the young offenders’ centre such term of imprisonment as it may determine, not exceeding the said unexpired part, and for the purposes of this Act that person shall be treated as if he had been sentenced to imprisonment for that term.]26

ARTICLE 26

RULES FOR THE MANAGEMENT OF THE PRISON [AND OTHER INSTITUTIONS]27

(1)           Subject to the provisions of paragraph (6) of this Article, the Prison Board may make rules for the regulation and management of the prison, [The young offenders’ centre, and attendance centres respectively],27 and for the classification, treatment, employment, discipline and control of persons required to be detained therein.

(2)           Rules made under this Article shall make provision for ensuring that a person who is charged with any offence under the rules shall be given a proper opportunity of presenting his case.

(3)           Rules made under this Article shall provide for the treatment of prisoners awaiting removal to a prison or Borstal institution in England or Wales under section forty-eight of the Prison Act, 1952 (15 & 16 Geo. 6 and 1 Eliz. 2, c. 52).

(4)           Rules made under this Article shall provide for the special treatment of any person detained in the prison, not being a person serving a sentence or a person imprisoned in default of payment of a sum adjudged to be paid by him on his conviction.

[(5)          Rules made under this Article may provide for the temporary release of persons detained in the prison or the young offenders’ centre, not being persons committed in custody for trial before the Royal Court or committed to be sentenced or otherwise dealt with by that Court or remanded in custody by any court.

(6)           The Subordinate Legislation (Jersey) Law, 1960 shall apply to Rules made under this Article.]28

ARTICLE 27

PERSONS UNLAWFULLY AT LARGE

(1)           Any person who, having been sentenced to imprisonment, * * * *29 or Borstal training, or having been committed to the prison, is unlawfully at large, may be arrested by any officer of police, whether honorary or paid, and taken to the prison.

(2)           Where any person sentenced to imprisonment, * * * *29 or Borstal training, is unlawfully at large at any time during the period for which he is liable to be detained in pursuance of the sentence then, unless the Prison Board otherwise directs, no account shall be taken, in calculating the period for which he is liable to be so detained, of any time during which he is absent from the prison.

(3)           The provisions of paragraph (2) of this Article shall apply to a person who is detained in custody in default of payment of any sum of money as if he were sentenced to imprisonment.

(4)           For the purposes of this Article a person who, after being temporarily released in pursuance of rules made under paragraph (5) of Article 26 of this Law, is at large at any time during the period for which he is liable to be detained in pursuance of his sentence shall be deemed to be unlawfully at large if the period for which he was temporarily released has expired or if an order recalling him has been made by the Prison Board in pursuance of the rules.

ARTICLE 28

EXPENSES

All expenses incurred in the maintenance of the prison and in the maintenance of prisoners and all other expenses of the Prison Board incurred under this Law shall be defrayed out of the General Revenues of the States.

ARTICLE 29

SHORT TITLE, COMMENCEMENT, REPEAL AND CONSEQUENTIAL PROVISIONS

(1)           This Law may be cited as the Prison (Jersey) Law, 1957.

(2)           This Law shall not come into force30 unless it shall be the good pleasure of Her Majesty to revoke the Orders in Council of the 11th December, 1837,31 and 11th May, 1895,32 relating to the administration of the prison, in which case it shall come into force on the day on which those Orders in Council cease to have effect.

(3)           The revocation of the said Orders in Council shall not affect any rule or regulation made or thing done thereunder which, if in force at the commencement of this Law, shall be deemed to have been made or done under the corresponding provisions of this Law.

(4)           Article 19 of the Interpretation (Jersey) Law, 1954,33 shall apply as if the said Orders in Council were enactments repealed by this Law.

(5)           Article 1 of the “Loi (1922) sur la remission des sentences”34 and the “Loi (1947) (Amendment) sur la remission des sentances”35  shall be repealed as from the date of the coming into force of the first rules made for the purposes of Article 19 of this Law, so, however, that the said enactments shall continue to apply, to the exclusion of the said Article and rules, to a person serving a sentence of imprisonment imposed before that date.

(6)           There are hereby transferred to the Prison Board constituted by virtue of this Law all votes of credit, and balances thereof, granted to the Prison Board (“Conseil d’Administration de la Prison”) constituted by virtue of the said Order in Council of 11th May, 1895.36

 



1        Words inserted by Prison (Amendment No. 2) (Jersey) Law, 1981 (Volume 1979–19–, page 365).

2        Paragraph substituted by Prison (Amendment No. 2) (Jersey) Law, 1981 (Volume 1979–19–, page 365).

3        Words deleted by Prison (Amendment No. 2) (Jersey) Law, 1981 (Volume 1979–19–, page 366).

4        See now Medical Practitioners (Registration) (Jersey) Law, 1960.

5        Paragraphs substituted by Prison (Amendment No. 2) (Jersey) Law, 1981 (Volume 1979–19–, page 366).

6        Paragraphs inserted by Prison (Amendment) (Jersey) Law, 1973 (Volume 1973–1974, page 191).

7        Words inserted by Prison (Amendment No. 2) (Jersey) Law, 1981 (Volume 1979–19–, page 367).

8        Words substituted by Prison (Amendment No. 2) (Jersey) Law, 1981 (Volume 1979–19–, page 367).

9        Words substituted by Prison (Amendment No. 2) (Jersey) Law, 1981 (Volume 1979–19–, page 367).

10      Page 10 of this Tome.

11      Words substituted by Prison (Amendment No. 2) (Jersey) Law, 1981 (Volume 1979–19–, page 367).

12      Articles inserted by Prison (Miscellaneous Provisions) (Jersey) Law, 1976 (Volume 1975–1978, page 151).

13      Article renumbered by Prison (Miscellaneous Provisions) (Jersey) Law, 1976 (Volume 1975–1978, page 151).

14      Article inserted by Prison (Miscellaneous Provisions) (Jersey) Law, 1976 (Volume 1975–1978, page 152).

15      Words substituted by Prison (Amendment No. 2) (Jersey) Law, 1981 (Volume 1979–19–, page 367).

16      Figures and letters inserted by Prison (Miscellaneous Provisions) (Jersey) Law, 1976 (Volume 1975–1978, page 152).

17      Words substituted by Prison (Amendment No. 2) (Jersey) Law, 1981 (Volume 1979–19–, page 367).

18      Volume 1968–1969, page 268.

19      Volume 1979–19–, page 26.

20      Volume 1968–1969, page 272.

21      Volume 1970–1972, page 511 and Volume 1979–19–, page 27.

22      Volume 1968–1969, page 268.

23    Prison 1979–19–, page 26.

24      Volume 1968–1969, page 268.

25      Volume 1979–19–, page 26.

26      Articles inserted by Prison (Amendment No. 2) (Jersey) Law, 1981 (Volume 1979–19–, page 368).

27      Words inserted by Prison (Amendment No. 2) (Jersey) Law, 1981 (Volume 1979–19–, page 370).

28      Paragraphs substituted by Prison (Amendment No. 2) (Jersey) Law, 1981 (Volume 1979–19–, page 370).

29      Words deleted by Prison (Miscellaneous Provisions) (Jersey) Law, 1976 (Volume 1979–19–, page 152).

30      Page 688 of this Tome.

31      Tome I (1878 edition), page 273.

32      Tome IV (1908 edition), page 298.

33      Page 384 of this Tome.

34      Tome VI (1939 edition), page 267.

35      Volume 1946–1948, page 235.

36      Tome IV (1908 edition), page 298.


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