|Country||Timor-Leste (formerly East Timor)|
Ministry of Justice
Direcção Nacional dos Serviços Prisionais e de Reinserção Social - Timor-Leste Prisons Service (TLPS)
Avenido Rua de Caicoli, Dili-Timor Leste
|Head of prison administration (and title)|| |
Helena Madeira Gomes
Director of Prisons
|Prison population total (including pre-trial detainees / remand prisoners)|| |
at January 2017 (national prison administration)
|Prison population rate (per 100,000 of national population)|| |
based on an estimated national population of 1.2 million at January 2017 (from United Nations figures)
|Pre-trial detainees / remand prisoners (percentage of prison population)|| |
|Female prisoners (percentage of prison population)|| |
|Juveniles / minors / young prisoners incl. definition (percentage of prison population)|| |
(January 2017 - under 21)
|Foreign prisoners (percentage of prison population)|| |
|Number of establishments / institutions|| |
(2016 - Becora prison and Gleno prison)
|Official capacity of prison system|| |
|Occupancy level (based on official capacity)|| |
|Prison population trend(year, prison population total, prison population rate)||
Pre-trial/remand prison population: trend
The table below gives an indication of the recent trend in the pre-trial/remand prison population. The final row shows the latest figures available.
It consists of the number of pre-trial/remand prisoners in the prison population on a single date in the year (or the annual average) and the percentage of the total prison population that pre-trial/remand prisoners constituted on that day.
The final column shows the pre-trial/remand population rate per 100,000 of the national population.
It should be noted that the number of pre-trial/remand prisoners fluctuates from day to day, month to month and year to year. Consequently the above figures give an indication of the trend but the picture is inevitably incomplete.
The pre-trial/remand population rate is calculated on the basis of the national population total. All national population figures are inevitably estimates but the estimates used in the World Prison Brief are based on official national figures, United Nations figures or figures from other recognised international authorities.