Khums

Suq Al-Khamis Detention Centre

Status

In use

2020

Type: Immigration detention centre (Administrative)

Custodial Authority: Departments of Anti-Infiltration and Illegal Immigration

Management: Directorate for Combatting Illegal Migration (DCIM) (Governmental)

Detains: Unaccompanied minors, Accompanied minors, Adult women, Adult men

Reported population Capacity Deaths at facility
283

2018

No Data
No Data
Libya

8,672

Immigration detainees (2018)

Not Available

Estimated detention capacity (2018)

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FACILITY NAMES
Suq Al-Khamis Detention Centre
Location

Country: Libya

City & Region: Khums, Africa

Latitude, Longitude: 32.625112, 14.259614

MANAGEMENT & BUDGET

Facility type

Category Filter Administrative

Type Immigration detention centre

2007
Center Status

Status In use

2020

Status Closed/ceased migrant detention

2019

Status In use

2018

Status In use

2017

Status In use

2015

Status In use

2007
Management

Name Directorate for Combatting Illegal Migration (DCIM)

Type Governmental

2018
Outsourced services and non-state actors

Provider IOM and UNHCR (IMC)

Service Health care

2017

Provider IOM, UNHCR, DRC

Service Social services

2017

Provider DRC (Danish Refugee Council)

Service Telephone services

2017
Custodial Authorities

Agency Departments of Anti-Infiltration and Illegal Immigration

Ministry Ministry of Interior

Ministry Typology Interior or Home Affairs

2007

DETAINEES

Demographics

Name Unaccompanied minors

2018

Name Accompanied minors

2018

Name Adult women

2018

Name Adult men

2018
Categories of detainees

Name Undocumented migrants (administrative)

2007

SIZE & POPULATION

Reported Population (day)

Number 283

2018

LENGTH OF DETENTION

OUTCOMES

CONDITIONS RATINGS

Inadequate conditions

Food provision

2020

CARCERAL INDICATORS

External Security Regime

Secure

2007

STAFF

SEGREGATION

CELLS

COMMUNAL SPACE & ACTIVITIES

HEALTH CARE

MONITORING & ACCESS

Monitors & Civil Society Access

Yes

International Organization for Migration

2018

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