Curtin Immigration Reception and Processing Centre
Curtin Immigration Detention Centre is an Australian immigration detention facility in the Kimberley in Western Australia at 17°36'14.58"S 123°49'14.28"E. Curtin was described by former Immigration minister, Philip Ruddock, as the country's "most primitive" processing centre. It was shut down by the Howard Government following a riot in 2002 but was re-opened in 2010 by its successor - the Rudd-Gillard Government. Being run by Serco Asia Pacific who also run Villawood and other detention centres in Australia. The controversial move has been seen by commentators as a reversal by the Australian Labor Party of its policy towards detention.
- RAAF Curtin (location of centre)
- List of Australian immigration detention facilities
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