the Staff inside the detention centre, in Gothenburg, sweden is giving an alarm about an untenable situation, with record numbers of inmates.
It is reported Göteborgs-Posten on Sunday night. The situation is described as a disaster, and the staff of the witness, if the event of an emergency in which neither the seats or the ventilation is inadequate.
" We've put the mattress directly on the floor in a small room, so there is no space to stand even. If you are remanded in custody with restrictions, it means that the two people are forced to stay inside for 23 hours a day. The air is getting bad, and they have no place to eat, say, a häktesanställd to the GP's confidence.< Akutlösningar
Akutlösningarna is also confirmed by the häkteschefen Malin Sparrström. In the same article, she says that they have been forced to use a room without adequate ventilation, or who have simply been too small.
" This is what we did. We have guidelines regarding the size of the room in order to have a dubbelbeläggning, and we will follow it as much as possible. Now platsläget as such, we are in a shorter period of time, may need to deviate from the ideal conditions, " she says to the GP.
the Largest number ever recorded
in Order to come to terms with the dubbelbeläggningen made it to 15 in the fall of 2018 at the latest. There, inmates have to share the same room. However, in the urgency of the situation, with too many prisoners to have the toilets stood open in the room, and the prisoner is forced to go about their business with each other.
On the question of when a situation may come to light, responds to the häkteschefen Malin Sparrström that they did not know it at the moment. According to her, the detention centre, the largest klienttalet as the prison and Probation service has ever had, according to the GP article.
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