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Parcels Allowed


Items that inmates may have in their posession:
 
Unsentenced Sentenced Offenders
Item Directive A- Group B- Group C- Group Directive
1. Letters, Christmas-, birthday- and occasion cards Par 4 of fax 1/4/5/9 dated 15 April 2002 All security groups: May keep such correspondence for a maximum period of three months All security groups: May keep such correspondence for a maximum period of three months All security groups: May keep such correspondence for a maximum period of three months DOB V (3)(f)(iii)(pp)
2. Toiletries, smoking requisites, postage stamps, stationary, edibles, telephone cards and batteries for radio/shaver Par 5 of fax 1/4/5/9 dated 15 April 2002 All security groups: Toiletries, smoking requisites, postage stamps, stationary, edibles, telephone cards and batteries for radio/ razor. No edibles that need further preparation allowed. All security groups: Toiletries, smoking requisites, postage stamps, stationary, edibles, telephone cards and batteries for razor. No edibles that need further preparation allowed. All security groups: Toiletries, smoking requisites, postage stamps, stationary, edibles, telephone cards and batteries for razor. No edibles that need further preparation allowed. DOB V (3)(f)(iii)(hh). DOB V (3)(f)(v).
3. One photo album and 6 loose photos Par 7 of fax 1/4/5/9 dated 15 April 2002 All security groups: One photo album (20 photos) and 6 loose photos All security groups: One photo album (20 photos) and 6 loose photos All security groups: One photo album (20 photos) and 6 loose photos DOB V (3)(f)(vi)
4. Private musical instrument approved by Head of the Prison Par 8 of fax 1/4/5/9 dated 15 April 2002 Medium/ minimum: Private musical instrument approved by Head of the Prison. No boosters or amplifiers. C- Max (phase 2)/ Super max/ maximum: None Medium/ minimum: None C- Max (phase 2)/ Super max/ maximum: None Medium/ minimum: None C- Max (phase 2)/ Super max/ maximum: None DOB V (3)(f)(viii)
5. Writing and poetry: Possession of completed pieces Par 9 of fax 1/4/5/9 dated 15 April 2002 All security groups: Completed pieces must be placed with his/ her private property. All security groups: Completed pieces must be placed with his/ her private property. All security groups: Completed pieces must be placed with his/ her private property. DOB V (3)(f)(ix)
6. Items necessary to practice a hobby as approved by the Head of the Prison Par 10 of fax 1/4/5/9 dated 15 April 2002 Medium/ minimum/ maximum/ c-max (phase 2): Necessary items as approved by Head of Prison. No tools which poses a risk such as hacksaw blades, knifes, etc may be allowed in cells. Super max: None Medium/ minimum/ maximum/ c-max (phase 2): None Super max: None Medium/ minimum/ maximum/ c-max (phase 2): None Super max: None  
7. Watch, wedding band and jewellery for religious purposes Par 11 of fax 1/4/5/9 dated 15 April 2002 All security groups: Watch, wedding band and jewellery for religious purposes All security groups: None All security groups: None DOB V 3 (f)(xi)
8. Private portable radio/ cassette player and 5 cassettes Par 12 of fax 1/4/5/9 dated 15 April 2002 All security groups: Private portable radio/ cassette player and 5 cassettes. No extra speakers. All security groups: None, except that Head of Prison may grant permission to registered students All security groups: None, except that Head of Prison may grant permission to registered students DOB V 3 (f)(xiii) Departmental Order 5, Chapter 3, Part 1, Paragraph 3.2 (h)
9. Two library books Par 14 of fax 1/4/5/9 dated 15 April 2002 All security groups: Two library books All security groups: Two library books All security groups: Two library books DOB V 3 (f)(xv)
10. Reading material Par 13 of fax 1/4/5/9 dated 15 April 2002 Medium/ minimum/ maximum/ c-max (phase 2): One newspaper and three periodicals as approved by Head of Prison. Super max: None Medium/ minimum/ maximum/ c-max (phase 2): None Super max: None Medium/ minimum/ maximum/ c-max (phase 2): None Super max: None DOB V 3 (f)(xiv)
11. Food for consumption at the following meal. No food that needs further preparation. Par 15 of fax 1/4/5/9 dated 15 April 2002 All security groups: No food other than that provided by DCS or which has been bought at the prison kiosk. All security groups: No food other than that provided by DCS or which has been bought at the prison kiosk. All security groups: No food other than that provided by DCS or which has been bought at the prison kiosk. DOB V 3 (f)(i)(pp)
12. Private clothes and one set of bedding. No mattresses or sleeping bags are allowed Par 16 of fax 1/4/5/9 dated 15 April 2002 All security groups: • Sports clothes that include one track suit, one sports shirt/ vest and pants/ skirt, two pairs of socks, one pair of sports shoes and protective apparature such as mouth guards, etc. as approved by the Head of the Prison • Prisoners may, as a concession, on a voluntary basis be allowed, at their own risk, to keep/buy/receive and wear the following private clothing items, with a maximum per item as indicated: • Handkerchiefs 4 • Vests 2 • Underpants 4 • Shoes 1 pair • Slippers 1 pair • Pajamas 2 sets (summer or winter) • Dressing gowns 2 • Sentenced prisoners may, as a concession, be allowed to receive/purchase two (2) private sheets on a voluntary basis and at own risk to use them. All security groups: • Sports clothes that include one track suit, one sports shirt/ vest and pants/ skirt, two pairs of socks, one pair of sports shoes and protective apparature such as mouth guards, etc. as approved by the Head of the Prison • Prisoners may, as a concession, on a voluntary basis be allowed, at their own risk, to keep/buy/receive and wear the following private clothing items, with a maximum per item as indicated: • Handkerchiefs 4 • Vests 2 • Underpants 4 • Shoes 1 pair • Slippers 1 pair • Pajamas 2 sets (summer or winter) • Dressing gowns 2 • Sentenced prisoners may, as a concession, be allowed to receive/purchase two (2) private sheets on a voluntary basis and at own risk to use them. All security groups: • Sports clothes that include one track suit, one sports shirt/ vest and pants/ skirt, two pairs of socks, one pair of sports shoes and protective apparature such as mouth guards, etc. as approved by the Head of the Prison • Prisoners may, as a concession, on a voluntary basis be allowed, at their own risk, to keep/buy/receive and wear the following private clothing items, with a maximum per item as indicated: • Handkerchiefs 4 • Vests 2 • Underpants 4 • Shoes 1 pair • Slippers 1 pair • Pajamas 2 sets (summer or winter) • Dressing gowns 2 • Sentenced prisoners may, as a concession, be allowed to receive/purchase two (2) private sheets on a voluntary basis and at own risk to use them. DOB V (3) (h)(iv)(gg) DOB 3 Chapter 2, par 2.3( a) DOB 3 Chapter 2, par 3.3
13. Private portable television set Par 19 of fax 1/4/5/9 dated 15 April 2002 All security groups: None All security groups: None All security groups: None DOB V 3 (f)(xvi). DOB V 3 (f)(xvii). DOB V 3 (h)(iii).
14. Five television games Par 17 of fax 1/4/5/9 dated 15 April 2002 All security groups: None All security groups: None All security groups: None DOB V 3 (f)(xvi). DOB V 3 (f)(xvii). DOB V 3 (h)(iii).
15. Five battery operated hand- type games Par 17 of fax 1/4/5/9 dated 15 April 2002 All security groups: None All security groups: None All security groups: None DOB V 3 (f)(xvi).
16. Study material Departmental Order 5, Chapter 3, Part 1, Paragraph 3.2 (b) and (g All security groups: Only registered students may be in possession of items approved by Head of the Prison All security groups: Only registered students may be in possession of items approved by Head of the Prison All security groups: Only registered students may be in possession of items approved by Head of the Prison Departmental Order 5, Chapter 3, Part 1, Paragraph 3.2 (b) and (g)
17. Personal computers Departmental Order 5, Chapter 3, Part 1, Par 3.5 All security groups: Only registered students may be in possession of a computer if approved by Head of the Prison All security groups: Only registered students may be in possession of a computer if approved by Head of the Prison All security groups: Only registered students may be in possession of a computer if approved by Head of the Prison Departmental Order 5, Chapter 3, Part 1, Par 3.5
18 Private toiletries: • Allowed to buy or receive toiletries Par 5 of fax 1/4/5/9 dated 15 April 2002 • Comb 1 • Razor blades 1 weekly • Razor 1 • Shaving brush 1 • Soap - general 2 x 200 gr • Toilet soap 2 x 100 gr • Face cloth as required • Towel as required • Toothpaste 25 ml / 50ml/ 100 ml • Toothbrush 1 • Toilet paper as required • Comb 1 • Razor blades 1 weekly • Razor 1 • Shaving brush 1 • Soap - general 2 x 200 gr • Toilet soap 2 x 100 gr • Face cloth as required • Towel as required • Toothpaste 25 ml / 50ml/ 100 ml • Toothbrush 1 • Toilet paper as required • Comb 1 • Razor blades 1 weekly • Razor 1 • Shaving brush 1 • Soap - general 2 x 200 gr • Toilet soap 2 x 100 gr • Face cloth as required • Towel as required • Toothpaste 25 ml / 50ml/ 100 ml • Toothbrush 1 • Toilet paper as required DOB 3 Chapter 2, par 1.1.2 (b)