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Juvenile Justice Centre Rules (Northern Ireland) 1999

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Alcohol, drugs and tobacco

48.—(1) A child shall not be given or allowed to have any intoxicating liquor or drug except under a written order of the medical officer specifying the nature and quantity and the name of the child for whose use it is ordered.

(2) A child under 16 shall not be allowed to smoke tobacco and a child over 16 shall not be allowed to smoke or have in his possession any tobacco except in accordance with such arrangements as may be made by the manager and approved by the Board.

(3) The arrangements made under paragraph (2) shall apply to all staff and visitors to the centre.

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