69. A correctional officer who becomes aware of a disciplinary offence or who is informed of such an offence must
(1) take the immediate measures necessary to rectify the situation, if possible;
(2) taking into consideration the criteria listed in section 73,
(a) give a warning consisting of notifying the inmate that he or she has breached a rule or directive of the facility and commanding the inmate not to do so again; and
(b) complete a disciplinary offence report containing the inmate’s name and date of birth, information on the offence and the names of witnesses;
(3) if the correctional officer believes that temporary measures in addition to the offence report must also be taken, inform the manager in charge so that he or she may take the necessary measures;
(4) record in the offence report any temporary measures taken; and
(5) sign and date the report.
The manager in charge must ensure that a copy of the report is immediately given to the inmate and that the name of the person who gave it to the inmate is on the report.
The disciplinary offence report may also be made by the manager, the probation officer or the correctional counsellor who became aware of the disciplinary offence.