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Complaints Against Immigration Detention Centre

Immigration Detention Centre Complaints

 

There is a growing concern into the conditions which many immigrants face when detained, which has led to recent changes in rulings, including stating that the Home Office’s definition of torture unlawful, meaning many victims of torture who was detained under this definition will be released as vulnerable people.


Immigration Detention Centres are regulated and monitored by the Prisons & Probation Ombudsman (PPO), meaning that they are held accountable for any injustice, when a complaint is formally made. It is important to make any complaint known as soon as a wrongdoing is suspected to have taken place.

 

The PPO will conduct an investigation into an Immigration Detention Centre complaint if the internal complaints system has not satisfied the complainant, or if the complainant has received no reply from the internal complaint system within 6 weeks of the complaint.

 

Time Limit for Immigration Detention Centre Complaints

 

If dissatisfied with the internal complaint system reply, complainants to the PPO must send their complaint within 3 calendar months of receiving the reply.

 

The PPO will not process complaints that have been issued more than 12 months after the complainant received a reply from the internal complaint system.

 

If you are unsure whether your complaint fits into the given time frames, Duncan Lewis Action Against Public Authority can advise you on this and any other queries relating to immigration detention centre complaints.

 

Funding an Immigration Detention Centre Complaint

 

Duncan Lewis advises on immigration detention centre complaints and claims in England and Wales. Our specialist complaints solicitors are able to assess whether you might be eligible to have your case funded by legal aid.

 

We are able to accept cases on a no win no fee basis, depending on the circumstances of the case.

 

Where it is not possible to secure legal aid for an immigration detention centre complaint, or for us to offer a no win no fee arrangement, Duncan Lewis offers competitively priced fees for private funding of a case.

 

For expert legal advice on no win no fee immigration detention centre complaints, call Duncan Lewis Action Against Public Authorities Solicitors on 0333 772 0409.


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