This report considers torture and ill-treatment in Bahrain after the implementation of the reforms that were recommended by the Bahrain International Commission of Inquiry (BICI) following serious human rights violations committed by State agents after the February protests of 2011. The report draws on the past experiences of REDRESS and IRCT in the country and their joint mission to Bahrain in April-May 2012, which involved the medical documentation of cases of alleged torture and ill-treatment. The report concludes that torture and ill-treatment continue, and that obligations towards victims have not been met.