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Acacia Prison is a medium security prison facility located in Wooroloo, Western Australia. The prison was opened in May 2001. Acacia was the first privately managed prison in Western Australia and was managed by Australian Integration Management Services Corporation for its first five years of operation. Wikipedia

Address: Great Eastern Hwy, Wooroloo WA 6558, Australia

Opened: May 5, 2001


Closes soon: 3PM ⋅ Opens 8AM Sun

Acacia Prison Breaking News

A 40-year-old Aboriginal man has died after collapsing at a prison in Western Australia. The Acacia Prison inmate was found on Friday but he could not be revived and was pronounced dead at hospital, the state’s Department of Justice said in a statement on Saturday.

What Happens in Acacia prison Death Latest News You must need to know

  • Aboriginal man collapsed while at Acacia Prison in Western Australia on Friday
  • The 40-year-old inmate could not be revived when he was found collapsed
  • He was quickly taken to hospital where he was later pronounced dead

Police Opinion Death in  Acacia Prison

Police say there does not appear to be anything suspicious, but they are investigating and there will be an inquest given it is a death in custody.

Department of Justice internal Review Acacia Prison

The Department of Justice will also conduct an internal review. Acacia Prison is privately-run by Serco Australia. The incident comes as thousands of demonstrators plan to step out onto the streets across Australia to join the global Black Lives Matter protests and call for an end to Aboriginal deaths in custody.