95 (1) The institutional head or a staff member designated by the institutional head may prevent an inmate from communicating with a person by mail or telephone if
(a) the institutional head or staff member believes on reasonable grounds that the safety of any person would be jeopardized; or
(b) the intended recipient of the communication, or the parent or guardian of the intended recipient where the intended recipient is a minor, submits a request in writing to the institutional head or staff member that the intended recipient not receive any communication from the inmate.
(2) Where an inmate is prevented under subsection (1) from communicating with a person, the institutional head or staff member designated by the institutional head, as the case may be, shall promptly inform the inmate, in writing, of the reasons and shall give the inmate an opportunity to make representations with respect thereto.
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