Immigration to beef up depots


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  • Wednesday, 25 Aug 2010

PUTRAJAYA: The Home Ministry will draw up a standard operating procedure to better manage victims of human trafficking and security at Immigration Depots.

The Prisons Department is expected to present a report to a special committee by the end of this month. In it, the department will detail the improvements needed to make all 13 depots nationwide more secure.

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