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put of the ordinary that occurred during the lock in".
The coroner said it was "surprising" that that the prison officers were unaware "pin eyes" was a symptom of heroin use and that they had received "no education about the signs or symptoms of drug use".
The system of weekly visits by relatives and loved ones was plagued by poor security the inquest heard, including just two prison officers supervising 30 40 visitors in the visitors' centre, an absence of drug dogs and no CCTV coverage of the centre.
And corrective officers were not trained to detect the symptoms of drug use, and allowed the obviously drug affected inmate to be locked in his cell where he died some hours later.
In her findings following an inquest at Glebe Coroner's Court into Van Rysewyk's death, coroner Sharon Freund said that the inmate's intoxicated state had been obvious to a number of his fellow prisoners who noted that his pupils were the size of pin pricks and that he was slurring his words.
Junee Correctional Centre, which is run by private company GEO Group Australia, on a regular basis.
The coroner has recommended major improvements to security and better training for prison officers in identifying the symptoms of drug use.
Ms Freund noted that the officers involved had all exchanged statements before submitting their reports on the incident before concurring "that there was nothing Fendi Monogram Wallet
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One inmate said he had used heroin 48 times in three years at the prison.
not whether or not an inmate is under the influence of a stultifying substance."
Inmates would be stoned "every weekend" or "every day" from drugs that were available "weekly".
In particular it was being smuggled into the prison during weekend visits at the visitors' centre."Buprenorphine was sourced from the correctional centre pharmacy from inmates regurgitating their prescribed doses for use an consumption by others."
"Despite this, the corrective officers who attended the lock in . all denied that they observed anything out of the ordinary when performing [the lock in]."
Despite this, GEO maintained that the centre did not have a serious problem with drug use, and has made only "nominal" changes to security at the visitor's centre.
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"The post mortem toxicology report, together with the evidence of inmates who observed Anthony prior to lock in . make it abundantly clear that Fendi Rush Clutch Anthony was well affected by heroin . in that he was slurring his words, unsteady on his feet and had pin eyes.
Inmates at the country NSW prison where a young man died from a heroin overdose were "readily able to access illegal drugs" because of inadequate security around visits to the facility, a coroner has found.
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