WA youth prison could face more lockdowns

By Michael Ramsey
Updated October 6 2022 - 8:08pm, first published 8:04pm
The disability royal commission probed the lockdown detention of a teen living with disorders. (Jono Searle/AAP PHOTOS)
The disability royal commission probed the lockdown detention of a teen living with disorders. (Jono Searle/AAP PHOTOS)

West Australian authorities say they will continue to lock down children in cells if necessary despite the Supreme Court ruling the practice unlawful.

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