(1) Two visiting justices (one official and one unofficial) shall, together if possible, visit the Centre at least once a month and on such other days as they may be required.
(2) The names of the visiting justices shall be furnished by the Chief Secretary for Administration to the Commissioner and the Centre shall be open to them at all reasonable times during their tour of duty. (L.N. 362 of 1997)
(3) Visiting justices shall not have any interest in any contract made in respect of the Centre.
(4) Visiting justices shall have the following duties in relation to the Centre-
(a) at the termination of every visit and before they leave the Centre to record in a book provided for the purpose any recommendations, suggestions or other remarks;
(b) to co-operate with the Commissioner, the Superintendent and the Manager in promoting the good management of the Centre;
(c) to ensure that all abuses in connection with the Centre which come to their knowledge are brought to the notice of the Commissioner as soon as practicable;
(d) to hear and investigate any complaint which any detainee may desire to make to them;
(e) to pay special attention to detainees in the sick bay and separately confined;
(f) to attend to all reports received by them as to the mind or body of any detainee being likely to be injured by discipline or treatment to which he is subjected and communicate their opinion to the Commissioner;
(g) to inspect the diets of detainees and if they consider the food supplied does not conform to the recommended diet scale, report the circumstances to the Commissioner;
(h) to satisfy themselves that the standard of accommodation and treatment of detainees at the Centre are of an approved level as determined by the Secretary for Security;
(i) to inquire into the state of buildings at the Centre and report to the Governor with respect to any repairs or additions which appear to be necessary; and
(j) to discharge such other duties as may be assigned to them by the Governor in respect of the Centre.