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Dim The Lights In Australia’s Pastel Prisons

by | 11th, December 2008

IN Australia, the men are not so tough, even the toughs:

POLICE have been told to show more respect to their prisoners: dim the lights at night, don’t slam cell doors and serve tea, coffee or milk at least three times a day .

New “soft cell” human rights guidelines from Victoria’s Office of Police Integrity say cell blocks should be calm and relaxing, with light-shaded wall colours.

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