• The graphic images of the abuse suffered by Dylan Voller and inmates at the Don Dale Detention Centre led to the inquiry. (ABC)Source: ABC
The teenager whose treatment at the Darwin's Don Dale Youth Detention Centre sparked the NT child detention royal commission is due to give evidence on Monday.
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12 Dec 2016 - 10:48 AM  UPDATED 12 Dec 2016 - 3:56 PM

Dylan Voller, the 19-year-old whose treatment at an NT youth detention centre sparked a royal commission, is due to give evidence.

Mr Voller is now in an adult jail and will on Monday be taken to the Darwin Supreme Court to give the inquiry his version of events.

However, his mother Joanne and lawyer Peter O'Brien say the teen is concerned about giving evidence while still in custody and fears repercussions from prison guards.

Response to Don Dale failings inadequate, NT royal commission hears.
The man who wrote a scathing report into the Northern Territory's corrections system earlier this year, has told the royal commission past failings are set to be repeated, as official response to criticism and recommendations has been disappointing.

The royal commission comes after footage screened in July showed Mr Voller and five other youths being tear-gassed and spit hooded at the notorious detention centre.

Mr Voller can be seen strapped to a chair wearing a hood in images which shocked many when aired by the ABC's Four Corners.

He is expected to front a closed session as the inquiry resumes on Monday.