Violence leads to monitoring of tent camp for asylum seekers

 
Violence leads to monitoring of tent camp for asylum seekers
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Denmark: Several violent incidents and a resignation from the head of the tent camp for asylum seekers in Thisted, have had immigration and integration minister Inger Støjberg (pictured) to comment on the madness.

To TV MidtVest she says that it may become necessary to introduce camera surveillance of the camp.

- We discuss of course all the time with the staff, for example about surveillance. If this is what they want, I have no problem with it, says Inger Støjberg.

The issue of monitoring has become a topic after the leader of the tent camp, Mika Røsholt, resigned after fights with asylum seekers, reports NordJyske.

She says the framework set up for the camp no longer applies.

To TV MidtVest she says that refugees are placed in the camp with greater problems than they previously have been used to handle.

Several times Mika Røsholt and his staff have been subjected to threats and violence by asylum seekers in the camp.

Last week, two night watchmen were assaulted, and one had to be hospitalized.

Parts of the tent camp in Thisted is already under video surveillance, according to TV MidtVest.

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