Prisoners Sample Clauses

Prisoners. Dispatchers will not conduct searches of any prisoners or watch or observe any prisoners brought to a post by a law enforcement officer, although they may witness signatures.
Prisoners. 1. Both Governments will put in place mechanisms to provide for an accelerated programme for the release of prisoners, including transferred prisoners, convicted of scheduled offences in Northern Ireland or, in the case of those sentenced outside Northern Ireland, similar offences (referred to hereafter as qualifying prisoners). Any such arrangements will protect the rights of individual prisoners under national and international law.
Prisoners. If the original protocol/ IRB application stated that no prisoners would be enrolled in this study and subsequently a subject becomes a prisoner, the study team must notify the IRB immediately. The study team and IRB will need to determine if the subject will remain in the study. If the subject will remain in the study, the protocol will have to be re-reviewed with the input of a prisoner advocate. The prisoner advocate will also have to be involved in the review of future continuations, modifications or any other reporting such as protocol violations or adverse events. Prisoner- Individuals are prisoners if they are in any kind of penal institution, such as a prison, jail, or juvenile offender facility, and their ability to leave the institution is restricted. Prisoners may be convicted felons, or may be untried persons who are detained pending judicial action, for example, arraignment or trial. For additional information see the OHRP website at APPENDIX: Drug Information 1 What is the drug name, manufacturer and IND# if available? In this protocol, we will use a micronized progesterone suspension (FDA IND number 64,126), which is formulated by the UVAHS research pharmacy. This IND was required solely because it is formulated/constituted by our investigational pharmacy. The progesterone used to formulate the suspension (i.e., Progesterone USP, micronized, for prescription compounding [NDC 39822-6000-3] Mfg: Spectrum Chemicals) is FDA approved.
Prisoners. During their imprisonment, prisoners may enter contracts, including contracts to buy and sell property. The usual restrictions about supervision and censorship of anything coming into the prison still apply, so that the permission of Corrections Victoria is required before a prisoner may sign for, deliver or receive any document. (For further information, see Employment and money• and Communication, advice and support• in Imprisonment and prisoner rights.)
Prisoners a. At least two (2) members from the APPOA bargaining unit, or from the APPOA and APPLSA bargaining units, will be assigned to transport prisoner(s), inclusive of sending out of the City to pick up prisoner(s) for transport.
Prisoners a. At least two (2) police officers will be assigned to transport prisoners. This function may be assigned to the felony car.
Prisoners. Be responsible for the custody of prisoners, including conveyance to detention facilities as may be required.

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