Questions for monitors
How much space is allocated to each detainee in an individual cell, shared cell or dormitory?
Does each detainee have a bed and a mattress?
If the detainees are accommodated in shared cells or dormitories, how is the choice of placements made?
What furniture is available in the cells and what kind of condition is it in?
Do the cells or dormitories have running water and a toilet? If so, is the toilet separated from the cell by a door?
Do the detainees have any restrictions concerning how they decorate or arrange their cell to personalise it?
Are there sufficient storage spaces to enable them to keep their personal possessions locked away?
Are the detainees exposed to noise disturbance in their cell or dormitory?
When an individual cell cannot be guaranteed for the whole of the prison population, who has priority access to an individual cell at night and on the basis of what criteria?
Are accommodations made to facilitate movement for people with reduced mobility, including wheelchair users?
Does the accommodation for women take account of their specific needs? What adaptations are made for breast-feeding mothers or mothers with young children?
What are the accommodation arrangements for children? Are their specific needs, including their need for privacy, taken into consideration?
Do LGBTI people have the possibility, if they so wish, of having an individual cell at night?
Are transgender people allocated accommodation for men or women on the basis of their biological sex or their perceived gender identity?
In shared cells or dormitories is a separation between detainees made on the basis of their nationality or ethnic origin? If it is, what is the reason for such a practice?