37. Alternatives to protracted detention in secure immigration detention centres might include:
(i) increased use of ‘open facilities’ such as at Inverbrackie;
(ii) increased use of community detention;
(iii) use of appropriate control orders, including monitoring;
(iv) use of case specific or ‘tailor-made” reporting arrangements to match the risk;
(v) special hearings to consider release and conditions of release (along the lines of ‘bail’ hearings);
(vi) best interests of the child determinations for children affected by the adverse security assessments
of their parents or principal caregivers.
This information is taken from paragraph 37. See the full UNHCR Report: Expert Roundtable on National Security Assessments for Refugees, Asylum Seekers and Stateless Persons in Australia. Canberra 3 May 2012.