This paper explores the emergency management of the riot at Banksia Hill and the Department’s ability to prevent, prepare, respond and recover from a riot.Tabled in Parliament
This paper examines the basic principles and governing legal frameworks in place at the time of the riot.Tabled in Parliament
After the riot most detainees were transferred to Hakea Prison. This paper examines the management of these detainees and those that remained at Banksia Hill.Tabled in Parliament
This Paper describes Banksia Hill’s physical infrastructure and changing character of the physical environment pre-riot and examines the damage and remedial work undertaken post-incident.Tabled in Parliament
This Paper documents the failures in three areas of security at Banksia Hill, including those of: physical, process, and dynamic security.Tabled in Parliament
This review examines the amalgamation process, staff morale and numbers as causal factors in the riot, as well as the riot impact on staff.Tabled in Parliament
This review looks at the consequences of the transport of two persons in custody, moved from hospital to prison after major surgery.
This review examined who accesses minimum security status, prisons and activities.Tabled in Parliament
Climbing onto the roof of a corrections facility is used to express discontent or challenge authority. This audit aimed to better understand these incidents.
This review examines the function of prisoner and detainee transport in Western Australia from July to December 2011.