(a) prison authorities should recognize and respect the religious freedom of prisoners. (a) contracts with private or other private entities for the operation of a secure prison should be unfavourable. Government authorities should do everything in their power to place all prisoners in need of safe accommodation in public penitentiaries. (a) to the extent compatible with applicable law, prison authorities should be allowed to release, without the consent of a prisoner, basic information about the prisoner and information relating to the prisoner`s crime, conviction, conviction, place of detention and date of release of the prisoner. (d) Health personnel or prison authorities should provide the prisoner`s family or other persons designated by the prisoner with information about the state of health of a prisoner if the prisoner accepts such disclosure or, unless the prisoner has previously refused to give consent, if the prisoner`s condition does not give consent or if the prisoner is dead. Section 12 of the DVCVA 2004 also gives any person mentioned in summary proceedings the right to represent himself before the courts when an application for modification or discharge is made. (a) in the long term, prison authorities should use separate shelters sparingly and should not place or under-keep prisoners in such shelters, except: (c) prison authorities should provide prisoners with basic personal hygiene items corresponding to their gender free of charge, as well as towels and sheets which should be exchanged or washed at least weekly. Prisoners should also be allowed to buy hygiene items from a commissioner. (i) maintain order with respect for prisoners and communicate effectively with prisoners; Standard 23-3.2 Conditions for particular types of prisoners It may also happen that the victim objects to the granting of an injunction, for example. B if it did not support the initial proceedings. This situation requires very sensitive treatment, especially since victims or other persons may not be legally represented before the courts.
Prosecutors should consider the views of the victim (as stated in the prosecutors` promise) and inform the court accordingly. (a) prison authorities should not endeavour to impose disciplinary sanctions on a prisoner for misconduct, unless the misconduct constitutes an offence or the prisoner has been informed in advance in writing and effectively of the rule violated. (i) at least twenty-four hours before each hearing, a written and effective communication about the acts allegedly committed, the rule allegedly violated by those acts and the rights of the prisoner in accordance with that standard; Prosecutors should follow the rules of civil evidence in order to provide further evidence so that the court can decide whether to issue a publication ban. (c) At intervals not exceeding [30 days], prison authorities should conduct and document an assessment of the progress made by each prisoner within the framework of the individualized plan required in subsection (b) of this standard. The assessment should also take into account the prisoner`s mental health; address the extent to which the individual`s behaviour in relation to the plan justifies the need to maintain, increase or reduce the level of control and restriction in place at the time of the assessment; and recommend, where appropriate, a full verification of the classification, as described in subsection (d) of this standard. . . .