Reports of Inhumane Conditions: By the time the Commission for Refugee Women and Children visited Hutto in January 2007, reports had already begun to surface of conditions at the facility. Children had received inadequate access to medical care, education, and exercise. There was reportedly no privacy--detainees were forced to use the restroom in public. Guards kept children in line by threatening to separate them from their families. Any violations of the mandated schedule--daytime naps, for example--could be grounds for disciplinary action.