I would just comment in response that, in a way, this system is somewhat analogous to the system of conditional release. I think most experts would agree that releasing someone under conditions, supervision, and support prior to the warrant expiry date is the best way to release someone from custody. But many years ago, the government made a decision that there were some people whose needs are so great, whose risk is so high, that notwithstanding that principle, the best thing we can do, in fact, is detain the person in custody until the warrant expiry date because there are so many concerns about the individual.
In a sense, that's a perfect mirror comparison to some of the issues here. You might agree that transfer in general would be a good option, but there may be competing priorities or issues that make it necessary to make a different kind of decision. So in fact, the system detains—I'm not sure of the current number—somewhere around 200 to 250 individuals every year until the very last day of their sentences, because that's simply the best and the most that can be done in those cases.