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Detention – Law, Policy, and Resources

Detention – Law, Policy, and Resources

The entrance to Camp 1 in Guantanamo Bay's Camp Delta. The base's detention camps are numbered based on the order in which they were built, not their order of precedence or level of security. Photo by Kathleen T. Rhem
The ongoing law of war detention at US Naval Station-Guantanamo Bay, has resulted in an ongoing evolution of the law and policy governing the basis of detention and its review procedures. These materials include both current and historical documents.

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