Chapter 2 Acceptances to The Prisons
Convicted criminal's acceptance procedures are listed as below:
1. Count the number of incoming convicted criminals.
2. Verify that all the essential documents have been prepared.
3. Perform physical check-up on convicted criminals.
4. Inspect convicted criminal's body, clothing, and personal belongings; money or valuable goods shall be taken into separate custody.
5. Establish a record of convicted criminal's photographs and fingerprints.
6. Run a seminar regarding prison service in an effort to educate the procedures and rules obligated to be obeyed, as well as the start and release date of the sentence.
7.Gukde convicted criminal to shower, change of cloth, and haircut. Distribute daily supplies and arrange living quarters for convicted criminals.
Photographs taken pursuant to subparagraph 5 shall not be distributed to the public.
The term "essential documents" contained in paragraph 1 of Article 7 of the Act refers to the form with a personal picture, identification sheet and behavior assessment report, or approved transfer documents by the governing authority.
At the time of prison admission, the acceptance of the convicted criminal shall be denied if execution writs are absent. In the absence of the relevant verdicts and other essential documents, the convicted criminal shall be notified to deliver these documents within 3 days. Those who are being transferred from another prison without personal identification papers shall be denied for admission 0r notified of delivery of absent documents immediately.
The prisoner of a particular prison is under the sole discretion of the prosecutor of the competent Court's prosecutors' office. Transferees under the discretion of prosecutors from other district prosecutor's office shall be accepted for admission with the consent from the Ministry of Justice or unless other legal rulings otherwise stipulate.
Approval documents of the acceptance shall be issued to the prisoner upon admission to the prison.
Children accompanied by or were born in prison shall be taken into custody in the nursery room located in the prison for female convicted criminal.
The birth certificate of the child shall not have any records on the paper relating to the prison.
When prisoner's children under the custody of the prison reaches the age of 3, in circumstances where no appropriate adoption candidate presents, shall be turned over to the care of a publicly- or privately- run relieve institution or other social welfare groups.
A prisoner's physical examination at the admission shall be administered by the prison's physicians. In circumstances where a physical examination cannot be supervised due to inadequate equipments, the prisoner shall be escorted to a local public hospital for the completion of the examination. Pursuant to paragraph 1 of Article 11 of the Act in which the prisoner is denied for admission, the prison shall make a note of the justification for the denial.
The term "dementia" contained in paragraph 1-1 of Article 11 of the Act refers to the conditions where ,there is a malfunctioning in the said person's mental state and to the person without self-conscientiousness, who is completely deficient in the capability of senses, comprehension, and judgment.
Each prisoner shall be given an identification number in lieu of his/her name for administration purpose.
The record of the prisoner's name and personal identification shall be completed in 3 days from the day of admission and after the day of release. The record shall be maintained in earnest effort.
The aforesaid name record shall include a numbered booklet, admission booklet, prison serving booklet, release date calendar, and booklet of prison discharge.
Personal identification record shall include an execution writs, verdict of the sentence, investigation and classification form, assignment sheet, rewards form, penalty form, letter form, visitors form, name book of grade, scores paper, picture ID form, fingerprint form, identification from, behavior assessment report, and legal address information.
Left thumb shall be used when a prisoner is required to seal fingerprint for signature purpose. In circumstances where the use of left thumb is unfeasible, then right thumb shall be used in lieu. In circumstances where the use of both thumbs is unfeasible, the sequence of finger to be used follows the order of index, middle, ring, and little finger (left-hand fingers shall always precede righthand fingers). Administrator shall note down the name of finger used in the footnote. Ink or oil ink shall be used, and the fingerprint shall be positioned immediately adjacent to the name written.
At the time of prison admission, a prisoner shall be informed to obey the regulations contained hereinafter:
1. Determine to strive; there shall not be any deeds that endanger national interests or infringe organizational honors.
2. Obedient to official's instructions; there shall not be any deeds related to the violation of official's orders or damage of stability.
3. Cohabit in peace; there shall not be any deeds related to the formation of a gang or intimidation to newcomers.
4. Behave appropriately; there shall not be any deeds related to quarrels, brawls, escape, or violence.
5. Take good care of public property; there shall not be any deeds related to the damaging of public property or littering.
6. Live with good habits; there shall not be any deeds related to alcohol drinking, gambling, or body tattoos.
7. Accept official's inspection; there shall not be any deeds related to the withholding of prohibited goods or exchange of letters in private.
8. Be tidy and clean; there shall not be any deeds related to the pollution of environment or graffiti.
9. Any other justifiable behaviors that shall be followed.
Those who violate any of the aforesaid procedures shall be subject to the supervision pursuant to Article 76 ofthe Act.