How severe is overcrowding at some US migrant facilities? Very

Report found that 88 men were held in a cell with a maximum capacity of 41 or less than 0.3 sq meters of space for each man Overcrowding is so severe at some US migrant detention facilities that adult detainees are held in cells where they each have less than 0.3 sq meters of space. A report released Forensic Architecture that is based at the University of London. The researchers began with a photograph that was included in Tuesdays standards published by the American Correctional Association which are 25 sqe ft (2.32 m2) for multiple cell occupancy (the International Committee of the Red Cross maintains even more space is required for the dignity and safety of prisoners; 37 sq ft …