Highlighting the method used in collecting information on the place and the detainees, the commission said that its team had met prisoners, who were randomly selected from various buildings, wings and cells by the PDRC team without any interference from JRRC staff.
"Meetings with the prisoners were held independently in groups, and without the presence of any of JRRC staff.
Ministry of Health should provide adequate health care that meets the needs of all prisoners for safe and respectful care, in coordination with JRRC the allocation of a new building for a medical clinic should be speeded up, issues with medicine prescriptions and storage of medicines should be rectified.
The PDRC's report assessed the extent of the implementation of previous recommendations regarding the place, including the replacement of the existing buildings with new ones, as well as installation of surveillance cameras throughout JRRC, corridors and wings and maintenance and renovation of existing buildings, as well as the separation of younger prisoners.
The report also included statistics and data on JRRC, revealing that on November 15, there 2,468 prisoners, while the actual capacity of JRRC is only 2,145.