47. (1) An officer—
(a) shall not jeopardise—
(i) the good order, discipline and security of a detention centre; or
(ii) the welfare or discipline of detainees;
(b) shall report immediately to the manager anything which might reasonably be thought to jeopardise such matters.
(2) An officer (not being a person described in paragraph (c) of the definition of “officer”) may give such directions to a detainee as are necessary for—
(a) the management, good order, discipline or security of a detention centre; or
(b) the welfare or discipline of detainees.
(3) An officer may give directions to a detainee concerning the manner in which the detainee is to comply with an order in force under this Act.
(4) A direction under subsection (2) or (3) shall not unreasonably interfere with work being done by a detainee, education being undertaken by a detainee or the practice by a detainee of a religion.