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(1)In this Part [F1unless the context otherwise requires]—
“contracted out prison” and “the contractor” have the meanings given by [F2section 84(4)] above;
[F3“contracted out functions” and “directly managed prison” have the meanings given by section 88A(5) above;]
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“prison” includes a young offender institution or remand centre;
[F3“prison officer” means an officer of a directly managed prison;
“prison rules” means rules made under section 47 of the 1952 Act;]
[F6“prisoner” means any person for the time being detained in legal custody as a result of a requirement imposed by a court or otherwise that he be so detained;]
“prisoner custody officer” has the meaning given by section 89(1) above;
“prisoner escort arrangements” has the meaning given by section 80(2) above.
[F3“sub-contractor” has the meaning given by section 84(4) above.]
[F7(1A)Any reference in this Part to custodial duties at a contracted out prison includes a reference to custodial duties in relation to a prisoner who is outside such a prison for temporary purposes.]
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(3)Sections 80, 81(1) and (2)(a), 82 and 89 to 91 above, subsection (1) above and Schedule 10 to this Act shall have effect as if—
(a)any reference in section 80(1), 81(1), 82 or 91 above to prisoners included a reference to persons [F9remanded or committed to local authority accommodation under section 23 of the 1969 Act] by virtue of a security requirement imposed under section 23(4) of the 1969 Act (remands and committals to local authority accommodation); and
(b)any reference in [F9section 80(1)(c) or (e) or (1A)] above to a prison included a reference to such accommodation.
[F10(4)In sections 80, 82 and 83 above, “prison”—
(a)so far as relating to the delivery of prisoners to or from a prison situated in Scotland, includes a remand centre or young offenders institution within the meaning of section 19 of the M1Prisons (Scotland) Act 1989; and
(b)so far as relating to the delivery of prisoners to or from a prison situated in Northern Ireland, includes a remand centre or young offenders centre.]
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