Acting on the recommendations of the National Preventive Mechanism, Subotica Reception Centre placed the house rules at the entrance of the administration building and in the facilities for accommodation of migrants. Commissariat for Refugees and Migration has taken measures to ensure the toilet adapted for persons with disabilities. The Ministry of Labour, Employment, Veteran and Social Affairs and Subotica City Social Welfare Centre, in cooperation with UNICEF, hired four field social workers in order to protect vulnerable groups of migrants who are placed in the Reception Centre.
In order to protect the security of migrants, other persons and their property, Subotica Police Directorate ensured the continued presence of uniformed police officers in the vicinity of the Reception Centre through patrol activities and officers of the Border Police Department for foreigners, combating illegal migration and human trafficking visit Reception Center at daily basis.
The NPM visited Subotica Reception Center, Horgos and Kelebija Border Crossings and Home for Children with Disabilities "Cradle" on 10. of August 2016, on which has made a Report with recommendations for authorities to eliminate the identified deficiencies.