‘Adults at Risk’ in immigration detention
Detention Action response to the call for evidence from the Independent Chief Inspector of Borders and Immigration
Detention Services Order response
Detention Action’s response to the Draft Operational guidance: Detention Services Order XX/2018 – Management and security of night state.
Tribunal Procedure Committee submission
Detention Action submission to the Tribunal Procedure Committee consultation on Rules in relation to detained appellants
JCHR: Detention Action submission
Detention Action submission to the Joint Committee on Human Rights inquiry into immigration detention
Indefinite detenion after Shaw
The Shaw Review called for a range of changes, including the application of ‘much greater energy’ to exploring alternatives to detention, including community support.
Vulnerable people in detention after Shaw
More than a year after the Shaw Review, Detention Action continues to see vulnerable people held in detention
Parliamentary inquiry 2015
The first Parliamentary inquiry into the entirety of the immigration detention system has concluded that ‘we cannot go on as we are.’ The inquiry calls for a time limit of 28 days on immigration detention, finding the current system ‘expensive, ineffective and unjust.’
The Immigration Bill 2015 and immigration detention: Second Reading Briefing
The Immigration Bill would risk seriously restricting judicial oversight of the Home Office’s powers of immigration detention.
The Immigration Bill: a time limit on detention?
The Immigration Bill is an opportunity for an amendment setting a time limit on immigration detention, in line with the rest of Europe.