London Mistress Sapphire – Senior Correction Officer
It is the SCO’s duty to carry out all judicial punishments handed down by the courts, to the letter of the law.
Depending on the seriousness of your offence, the court may elect to sentence you to either semi-judicial or full-judicial punishment.
The semi-judicial has all the structure of the full-judicial (ie summons, medical examination unless exempt, charge sheet, sentence, etc) but there is a preliminary warm-up and the option of a safeword, and a variety of implements are used.
With the full-judicial (reserved only for the most serious offenders) there is no warm-up, no safeword is allowed, and the offender receives whatever number of strokes is recommended by the court with a variety of canes, from cold, without mercy.