Ngā wāhi haumaru ka aro turukihia
Secure locations we monitor
We have a legal mandate to examine the quality of treatment for mokopuna who are detained. This includes:
- Five Youth justice residences
- Four Care and Protection residences
- One special purpose facility run by Barnardos
- Eleven youth justice community remand homes.
- Five youth mental health facilities. Three of these are in-patient youth facilities and two are youth forensic mental health units.
We also assist the Office of the Ombudsman to monitor the three Mothers with Babies Units (MBUs) in Women’s prisons that are managed by Ara Poutama – Department of Corrections. We undertake this monitoring jointly with the Chief Ombudsman, who holds the OPCAT designation for the Women’s prisons.
If you have concerns about a child or would like to lodge a complaint, visit our “Help and Advice” section.
Ngā pūrongo aro turuki tūmatanui
Our public monitoring reports
Every time we monitor a place of detention, we create a report sharing our findings and what needs to be improved for mokopuna. As individual facility and monitoring theme reports are completed, they are published in our reports section below:
4 April 2022 Reports
Te Oranga Care and Protection Residence reportRead more
31 March 2022 Reports
Te Puna Wai ō Tuhinapo Monitoring ReportRead more
13 January 2022 Reports
Make a submission on the Oversight of Oranga Tamariki System and Children and Young People’s Commission BillRead more