In 1982, Neil Aggett, a Trade Unionist and Medical Doctor became the first white political prisoner to die in the detention under the custody of the security police.
|Descom Bulletin No1|
|Descom Bulletin No 11, July 1986|
|Descom Bulletin No 14|
|Descom Bulletin No 2|
|We salute all opponents of apartheid|
|Release our leaders now|
|Repression - victory for hunger strikers|
|Organised labour in East London: Paper presented at National Conference 1982||
Organised labour in East London- Paper presented at National Conference on 13 March 1982 discussing labour, trade unions, industrialisation, strikes, detentions.
|If someone you know is detained, arrested, harrassed or injured in terms of security legislation||
Circular informing people about things to do if someone they know is detained, arrested, harrassed or injured in terms of security legislation
|"We the SSRC condemn...," handwritten statement||
This handwritten statement of condemnation contains eight points including that of the detentions of BPA members and the violent actions of the police force.
|The psychological effects of detention|
|The Detainees Aid Centre|
|Women and detention|
|The detainees service|
|Medical and ethical aspects of detention and hunger strikes|
|Voluntary total fasting - guidelines for health workers|
|Detention and imprisonment: no panacea for child offences|
|NAMDA - National Medical and Dental Association|