This research project seeks the relationship formed between the so called detention centers, opened in the period of crisis and the major area of class struggle, the public space. The “immigration detention centers”- described with different terms -were the first of the two pillars of the EU policies around the issue of immigration, which are surveillance and control. The criminalization of migration was provided for the control and incarceration of immigrants in a direction of regulating working conditions for the working class in Europe in total. After 2001 and the "war against terrorism" launched by the U.S., a great threat and a danger are shaped in the name of immigration. Nowadays, due to the crisis, the state of emergency has been informally established. The threat lies in the phenomenon of migration is the mean that provides fear, control and discipline for a great part of society.”Detention centers” are not just places of incarceration for the worst paid part of the working class, but also a mean of biopolitical control and management of the life of millions of outcasts, who in the conditions of crisis are unable to reproduce the conditions of their lives. The biopolitical role of these sites, turns them into the modern concentration camps. We examine the regulatory framework , the material characteristics of the place and the relationship formed between these places and the metropolitan centre, in order to document this statement .We consider that the public space its self city is the question in case of the state of emergency. The question of who and with which terms will apply a real emergency situation is the object and will emergency as a rule become the vehicle of biopolitics for expanding Amygdaleza outside the barbed wire which today marks its spatial limits.