A second inmate who escaped from a disability justice centre in Perth has been returned to the facility by his parents.
The men absconded from the Bennett Brook Disability Justice Centre on New Year's Eve.
Police caught one of them just before 11.30pm the next day, while the other was returned to the centre by his parents about 4.30pm on Sunday.
The facility houses people who have been accused, but not convicted, of a crime and have been deemed unfit to plead because of their disability.
Disability Services Minister Helen Morton said the second man's parents were his designated supervisors when he was on authorised leave from the facility.
"While I continue to acknowledge the concerns of the local community, I reiterate that no resident at the centre is deemed to pose a risk to the public," she said.
The minister said immediate measures had been taken to make the centre more secure, including additional staff, closer supervision, lockdowns where necessary and altering the perimeter fence.