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Boost for Forensic Mental Health and Addiction specialist training
Carnival worker charged after Inverell Show veg display smashed
Yet another Corrections failure under Davis
Elise Archer can’t ignore Risdon risk
National will oppose prisoners getting vote
Hunger strike new way to get early release
Queensland Corrective Services officer suspended
Construction Starts On Chisholm Road Prison
Housing To Help Aboriginal Women Leaving Prison
Police charge pair over prison contraband, South Australia
Police arrest woman for drug trafficking, South Australia
Urgent action needed to protect prison workers
Officers awarded Australians Corrections Medal as part of Australia Day Honours List
Stand TALR to promote positive mental health
Where’s Gutwein’s compassion for people of Westbury?
ACT Corrective Services supporting bushfire aircrew staff
Leadership contenders need to show their hand on Westbury
QCS officers to be recognised for service on National Corrections Day
Media Alert – National Corrections Day 2020
Government turns its back on prison staff
Paul Shill wanted on warrants
New correctional officers help keep Queensland communities safe
QCS and QPS officers in Townsville contri-brew-te to community safety
CFA partnership in Gippsland reaches milestone
Community safety lifts with graduation of Central Queensland officers
International Human Rights Day – a focus on decision making
Community safety lifts with graduation of North Queensland officers
Liberals push prison workers to crisis point
Liberals continue to ignore desperate pleas from correctional officers
Parole is a privilege, not a right
Government putting criminals before victims
Government overturning complete ban on prisoner voting a win for equality: Green Party
They’re prisoners, not clients Kelvin
Making Tasmania’s justice system more efficient, fair and effective
Forestry helps prisoners into jobs
Forestry helps prisoners into jobs
Liberals ignore expert advice on Westbury prison site
Funding welcomed for historic Keilor Police Hut restoration
Over 1.2 million hours of community work helps local communities
Westbury poll shows Liberals’ desperation
Funding Boost To Expand Offender Jobs Program
Prison system in disarray: DoJ report
Liberals continue to spend recklessly on consultants
Liberals back Westbury prison site despite overwhelming opposition
Employment programme places 2,800 offenders into work
Corrections Amendment Bill passes third reading
Correctional Officers exposed to silica and dangerous work environment at Court
Government action needed following damning Custodial Inspections