P-13.1, r. 2 - Regulation respecting the discipline of members of the Sûreté du Québec

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9. A member must respect the rights of a prisoner, that is, any person in his custody, and shall refrain from any indulgence towards him.
The following in particular constitute breaches of discipline:
(a)  negligence in the custody or surveillance of a prisoner;
(b)  furnishing a prisoner with alcoholic beverages, narcotics, hallucinogenic drugs, narcotic or anaesthetic preparations or any other substance capable of causing intoxication, weakening or disturbance of the faculties or unconsciousness;
(c)  doing business of any kind with a prisoner or attempting to obtain any benefit from him or to give him any benefit;
(d)  except in a emergency, searching a person of the other sex;
(e)  failing to search any prisoner in his custody, or in the case of a person of the other sex, failing to have a search made by a person of the same sex;
(f)  failing to keep in a safe place anything taken from a prisoner;
(g)  failing to make entries in the register of imprisonment and the register of confiscated articles;
(h)  interference in communications between a prisoner and his attorney;
(i)  the use of greater force than is necessary in dealing with a prisoner;
(j)  failing to watch over the safety and health of a prisoner;
(k)  suffering a young offender to be confined with an adult offender, or a female with a male, except in the cases prescribed by the law.
O.C. 467-87, s. 9.