Self-Harm in Immigration detention October/November/December 2011
29 instances of self-harm requiring medical treatment in Q4 491 instances of detainees placed on self-harm at risk in Q4
[ For the twelve months Jan to December 2011 there were 156 detainees who required medical attention for Self-Harm. This compares with 183 in 2010.
For the twelve months Jan to December 2011 there were 1,695 detainees adjudged to be 'as having a risk of self-harm'. This compares with 1,467 in 2010 an increase of 15.5%.]
'No-Deportations' requested information regarding self-harm in immigration detention in Quarter 4
Your request falls to be dealt with under the Freedom of Information Act 2000. You have asked for figures on self-harm in immigration detention between October and December 2011 inclusive, under the following headings:
1. Number of individuals on formal self - harm at risk. 2. Number of Incidents of self -harm requiring medical treatment. 3. Number of deaths if any.
In Campsfield House, Brook House, Colnbrook, Dover, Dungavel, Harmondsworth, Haslar, Lindholme, Morton Hall, Tinsley House, Yarl's Wood IRC's and any Short Term Hold Centres.
The data requested on self-harm is detailed in the tables below; it is based on management information only and has not been subject to the detailed checks that apply for National Statistics publications. These figures are provisional and are subject to change.
There have been no deaths in any of the removal centres and Short Term Holding Facilities (STHFs) during this period.
All data below response to 'Freedom of Information Request"