Prisoners Treated Correctly; Changes Needed in Psychiatric Hospitals, Says CPT Report
Ljubljana, 18 December - Prisoners in Slovenia are treated fairly, and complaints about police proceedings have decreased, says a report issued on Wednesday by the Council of Europe's Committee for the Prevention of Torture (CPT), assessing the treatment of people held in police custody, prisons, psychiatric institutions, and centres for illegal aliens in Slovenia.
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