Detention centre change alters detainees behaviour for longer

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A major move to reorientate detainees in detention c바카라entres has raised fresh questions about the quality of care provided to detainees.

Inspector general of immigration, Peter Dutton, announced on Thursday he was reopening centres that had been closed over a decade.

The det바카라ention centres at Curtin and Melbourne will close on November 30th.

A spokesman said they had been established during the Bush government’s first six months, during which there was no reform of the way detainees were held.

바카라Our detention facilities have been in operation since 2001,” the spokesman said.

“It is a complex problem because we have three different centres that deal with different issues within Australia.

“Sometimes things just shift around and you try and bring that back into place to give an environment of trust between each individual and the officer who holds them.”

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