Details of request “Detainees involved in physical confrontations at CIC and disciplinary penalties (2020-2022)

Event history

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id event_type created_at described_state last_described_at calculated_state link
16937  sent  2022-12-20 15:32:44 +0800  waiting_response  2022-12-20 15:32:44 +0800  waiting_response  outgoing  
16972  response  2022-12-29 16:35:57 +0800    2023-01-09 16:47:22 +0800  waiting_response  incoming  
17090  status_update  2023-01-09 16:47:22 +0800  waiting_response  2023-01-09 16:47:22 +0800  waiting_response   
17098  response  2023-01-09 17:40:18 +0800    2023-01-12 09:38:52 +0800  waiting_response  incoming  
17127  status_update  2023-01-12 09:38:52 +0800  waiting_response  2023-01-12 09:38:52 +0800  waiting_response   
17613  response  2023-02-08 17:06:14 +0800        incoming  
17615  response  2023-02-08 17:07:41 +0800    2023-02-28 11:55:48 +0800  successful  incoming  
17901  status_update  2023-02-28 11:55:48 +0800  successful  2023-02-28 11:55:48 +0800  successful   

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