The Ottawa-Carleton Detention Centre has 389 complaints against it filed with Ontario's ombudsman, according to the 2012-13 annual report released Tuesday, making it the third-most complained against correctional facility in the province.

Ombudsman Andre Marin released his annual report Tuesday morning. It focused on the G20 fence law, which the Ontario government promised to eliminate almost three years ago.

Complaints against the Ottawa-Carleton Detention Centre by annual report

2012-13: 3rd place, 389 complaints

2011-12: 3rd place, 300 complaints

2010-11: 4th place, 227 complaints

2009-10: 3rd place, 234 complaints

Marin also detailed the number of complaints for detention centres in Ontario, which looked similar to past years.

The Central North Correction Centre in Penetanguishene, Ont., was far ahead with 665 complaints and the Central East Correction Centre in Lindsay, Ont., came in second with 582.

The Innes Road jail has hovered around third place in complaints for a few years, with a consistent increase over the past two years.

In the 2011-12 report, there were 300 complaints filed, placing the jail third. In 2010-11, the report stated there were 227 complaints, placing the jail fourth.

The number of complaints has increased across the province for all jails, but the OCDC had one of the most noteworthy stories in 2012 when a woman gave birth inside her jail cell.

Complaints to Ontario ombudsman per 2012-13 annual report

Correctional facilityLocationComplaints
Central North Correctional CentrePenetanguishene665
Central East Correctional CentreLindsay582
Ottawa-Carleton Detention CentreOttawa398
Toronto West Detention CentreToronto341
Maplehurst Correctional ComplexMilton328
Hamilton-Wentworth Detention CentreHamilton278
Elgin-Middlesex Detention CentreLondon249
Vanier Centre for WomenMilton249
Niagara Detention CentreThorold191
Toronto JailToronto184