Related Rule
Chile
Practice Relating to Rule 120. Accommodation for Children Deprived of Their Liberty
In 2000, during the consideration of the fourth periodic report of Chile before the Human Rights Committee, a representative of Chile stated: “A 1994 law … [provides] that minors should not be held in adult prisons, and an investment plan for the construction of centres exclusively for juvenile offenders … [has] been initiated.” 
Chile, Statement before the Human Rights Committee during the consideration of the fourth periodic report of Chile, 3 March 2000, UN Doc. CCPR/C/SR.1733, § 32.
In 2004, during the consideration of the third periodic report of Chile before the Committee against Torture, a representative of Chile stated:
Since 1994, those minors who were in the adult prison system … [have] been held completely separately from adults. Thus, although 400 minors … [have] been held in adult penitentiary establishments in 2003, they … [have] not been allowed contact with adult prisoners at any time. As of 2003, minors … [are] also kept apart from adults during their transportation to court or between prisons. 
Chile, Statement before the Committee against Torture during the consideration of the third periodic report of Chile, 21 May 2004, UN Doc. CAT/C/SR.605, § 61.