Inside Justice: A Comparative Analysis of Practices and Procedures for the Determination of Offenses against Discipline in Prisons of Britain and the United States

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Notes
1. See also chapter 2 supra.
2. Prison Rules, r. 47, Prison (Scotland) Rules, r. 42.
3. See chapter 2 supra.
Federal Bureau of Prisons. Policy Statement 7400.5D, Inmate Discipline ( 7 July 1975). pp. 5-7: United States Penitentiary. Leavenworth Kansas. Policy Statement L. 7400.5. State: Alabama Board of Corrections, Rules and Information for Inmates (rev. July 1975), pp. 16-19; Alaska Division of Corrections. Disciplinary Committee (rev. 18 February 1974), § 601; Arizona Dept. of Corrections, Arizona State Prison Inmate Reference Manual ( November 1973), pp. 18-30: Arkansas Dept. of Corrections, Disciplinary Proceedings (rev. January 1975.), pp. 26-28: California Dept. of Corrections, Rules & Regulations (rev. July. 4 August, 10 September, & 6, 7 October 1975), art. 5; Colorado State Penitentiary, Inmate Rules and Regulations ( 1 January 1973), p. 10; Connecticut Dept. of Corrections, Correctional Code of Penal Discipline ( 1 July 1974), ch. 2.7: Delaware Dept. of Correction, Regulations, Inmate Reference Manual, Disciplinary Regulations; Florida Division of Corrections, Rules and Regulations,§ 10B-12.08; Georgia Dept. of Corrections, Rules of the State Board of Corrections and the Department of Offender Rehabilitation (rev. January 1975). § 125-2-5-.04; Hawaii Corrections Division, Manual ( October 1973), § 7.120; Idaho Dept. of Corrections, Living Guide & Regulations (rev. 1 November 1975), pp. 27-28: Illinois Dept. of Corrections. Administration of Discipline (Maintaining Good Order) (rev. 1 June 1975), § 804; Indiana Dept. of Correction, Adult Authority Disciplinary Procedures (rev. 6 August, 1974), § 2-04; Iowa Division of Correctional Institutions, Resident Information Guide ( December 1974), pp. 9-10, Inmate Behavior Guide ( 1974). p. 1; Kansas Dept. of Corrections. "Inmate Rules and Regulations", art. 1; Kentucky Bureau of Corrections, Administrative Regulations (rev. 1 March 1975), No. 16; Louisiana Dept. of Corrections, Inmate Rules and Regulations (rev. 1 January 1975), pp. 1-13; Maine State Prison, Rules and Regulations ( 19 November 1972). pp. 10-12; Maryland Division of Correction, A General Information and Guidance Manual Inmates (rev. November 1974), pp. 33-36; Massachusetts, Rules and Regulations Regarding D.O. 4310.1 Disciplinary Process ( 28 May 1975), Exhibit A; Michigan Dept. of Corrections, Resident Disciplinary Policy (rev. 1 March 1975), No. PD-DWA-60.01; Minnesota Dept. of Corrections, Inmate Discipline Plan (rev. March 1975), pp. 6-22; Mississippi State Penitentiary. Rules and Regulations ( February 1973). pp. 25-29; Missouri Div. of Corrections, Policy and Procedure--Operations ( 6 September 1974), p. 2; Montana State Prison, Inmate Disciplinary Charges and Proceedings (rev. 12 August 1975). pp. 24-26; Nebraska Dept. of Correctional Services, Inmate Violations, pp. 1-2; Nevada State Prison, Inmate Discipline Procedure ( 6 October 1972), pp. 4-5; New Hampshire, Disciplinary Offenses. pp. 1-2; New Jersey Dept. of Institutions and Agencies. Standards on Inmate Discipline (rev. 24 March 1975), § 250.263; New Mexico Corrections Commission and Dept. of Corrections. Procedures Rules and Regulations of Programming Committee, Classification Committee, Segregation Committee, and Grievance Committee (rev. 8 August 1975), pp. 11-12; New York Dept. of Corrections, Codes, Rules and Regulations of New York, Title 7. Part 250; North Carolina Dept. of Correction, Rules of Conduct for Inmates--Inmate Disciplinary Procedure, ch. 2; North Dakota State Penitentiary, Prohibited; Ohio Dept. of Rehabilitation and Correction, Administrative Regulations (rev. 30 October 1972), Reg. 804(a); Oklahoma Dept. of Corrections, Handbook for Disciplinary Hearing Committee, ch. 9; Oregon Corrections Division, Rules and Regulation for Resident Behavior, pp. 3-5; Pennsylvania Dept. of Justice, Bureau of Correction, Correctional Institutions ( 12 February 1977) title 37, ch. 95, pp. 3161-62; Rhode Island Dept. of Corrections, Disciplinary Procedures, pp. 21-23; South Carolina Dept. of Corrections, Inmate Guide, pp. 2-11; South Dakota Board of Charities and Corrections, not available; Tennessee Dept. of Correction, Rules for Inmates, pp. 1-5; Texas Dept. of Corrections, Rules and Regulations ( 8 July 1974), pp. 25-27; Utah Div. of Corrections. Administration of Discipline, pp. 37A-37C; Vermont Dept. of Corrections, Rules of Conduct and Disciplinary Regulations, pp. 1-3; Virginia Dept. of Corrections. Guideline 800 ( 16 April 1973), pp. 1- 3; Washington Dept. of Social and Health Services, Disciplinary Policies and Procedures at Adult Correctional Institutions, pp. 3-5; West Virginia, not available; Wisconsin Div. of Corrections, Manual of Resident Status Rules and Penalties ( November 1974), pp. 8-17; Wyoming Board of Charities and Reform, Inmate Rules Regulations ( 1975), pp. 13-15; District of Columbia, Policy Statement ( 15 April 1975);

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Inside Justice: A Comparative Analysis of Practices and Procedures for the Determination of Offenses against Discipline in Prisons of Britain and the United States
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page 3
  • Contents 7
  • List of Tables 11
  • Foreword 13
  • Acknowledgments 15
  • 1 - Introduction 19
  • 2 - Organizational and Statutory Structure 29
  • 3 - Offenses 47
  • Notes 80
  • 4 - Punishment Practices 89
  • Notes 119
  • 5 - The Determiners 130
  • 6 - Hearings: Procedures 162
  • 7 - Judicial Review: Some Constitutional Comparisons 216
  • 8 - Judicial Review: Judicial Intervention In Prison Adjudications 224
  • 9 - Access to Remedial Sources 289
  • 10 - Remedies 327
  • 11 - Conclusion 380
  • Appendix 1 - Procedures Questionnaire 386
  • Appendix 2 - Outline for Empirical Observations 388
  • Selected Bibliography 390
  • Index 399
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