S.C. Code Regs. 33-1 - Contraband Articles

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Under the authority of Chapters 1, 3 and 9 of Title 24 of the 1976 Code, the Department of Corrections publishes the following list of articles which are hereby designated as contraband at the State Penitentiary:

a. Any item which was not issued to the prisoner officially or which cannot be purchased by him or her in the prison canteen.
b. Weapons, any and all firearms, knives of any and all descriptions, clubs, billies or any other article that may be used for offense or defense.
c. Drugs of any description and particularly barbiturates, narcotics, medicines and poison.
d. Any and all types of alcoholic drinks and any liquid containing alcohol.
e. Keys and locks.
f. Tools of any description not approved for issue to prisoners by the Director.
g. Money in any denomination or amount not submitted through the prison Treasurer.

Notice is hereby served on all prisoners and their visitors and any other person that the provisions of Section 24-3-950, S. C. Code 1976 will be enforced; and all such persons are urged to observe the law and refrain from violating this section in particular.


S.C. Code Regs. 33-1

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