Children and Youth

BANKSIA HILL DETENTION CENTRE — SECURITY CLASSIFICATIONS

3051. Hon Alison Xamon to the minister representing the Minister for Corrective Services:

I refer to the Inspector of Custodial Services Report of an Announced Inspection of Banksia Hill Juvenile Detention Centre (April 2015), and to the Inspector’s finding that the “security classification process for detainees remained severely under-developed”, and that there “was no established minimum-security regime, which was a missed opportunity to manage detainees in more flexible ways and provide a behaviour incentive for detainees”, and I ask:

BANKSIA HILL DETENTION CENTRE — YOUNG PEOPLE

3050. Hon Alison Xamon to the minister representing the Minister for Corrective Services:

I refer to young people accommodated at Banksia Hill Juvenile Detention Centre, and I ask:

(a)  how many young people are currently in Banksia Hill Detention Centre; and

(b)  of the young people in (a), how many are in Banksia Hill Detention Centre because there:

(i)  is no appropriate accommodation available for them to be released on bail;

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