Nevada Correctional Institutions; Aid to Victims of Crime
Sec. § 209.376
Limitations on use of restraints on offender who is in labor, delivering her baby or recuperating from delivery.


1.

No restraints of any kind may be used on an offender who is in labor, delivering her baby or recuperating from delivery unless there are compelling reasons to believe that the offender presents:

(a)

A serious and immediate threat of harm to herself, staff or others; or

(b)

A substantial flight risk and cannot be reasonably confined by other means.

2.

If an offender who is in labor, delivering her baby or recuperating from delivery is restrained, only the least restrictive restraints which are necessary to ensure safety and security may be used.
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Dec. 10, 2019