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Invest in people, not police: ACT Greens Senate Candidate Dr Tjanara Goreng Goreng
Rutgers and N.J. State Parole Board Receive $3.2 Million Federal Grant to Assist Offenders with Substance Use Disorder
Statement by President Joe Biden on Clemency and Second Chance Month
Juvenile offenders can lift each other
Another election commitment delivered to help prisoners rehabilitate
Internationally renowned Red Cross prison safety program launches in Tasmania
Most unemployed young men have criminal records
U.S. President Biden Announces More Actions to Reduce Gun Crime And Calls on Congress to Fund Community Policing and Community
CFMMEU described by judge as “rogue union” has near maximum penalties imposed for right of entry breaches
Over-incarceration of Indigenous people in ACT continues
Forward-thinking gym lifts weights, shifts attitudes
Brave Behind Bars: Prison education program focuses on computing skills for women
Offering buprenorphine medication to people with opioid use disorder in jail may reduce rearrest and reconviction
Offering buprenorphine medication to people with opioid use disorder
Incarcerated men’s religious beliefs did not improve their reentry-related outcomes
TARGET ZER0 aims to improve life chances of disadvantaged youth
College-in-prison program found to reduce recidivism significantly
ACT’s Drug and Alcohol Court helping change lives
Rural telehealth provider awarded social enterprise grant
CFMMEU campaign targeting NSW crane companies tops $2m
Employment, housing key to reducing ACT’s recidivism rate
Red Cross urges action to keep children out of prison
Statement, AMA President, Dr Omar Khorshid: Children aged 12 still too young for jail
Proposal to raise age does not go far enough
Cultural Review Of Victorian Prisons Begins
Assessments of parolees’ risk should consider recidivism-free time
‘Empathy machine’ or false hope? How virtual reality is being used to try to stop domestic violence
New program led by Dr. Ben Danielson to keep youth out of jail
Economist Jesse Shapiro wins MacArthur ‘genius grant’
Australia to trial domestic violence deterrence program
Government and courts urged to release prisoners and grant bail to minimise Covid risk
Study links Informal penalties to parole status increase probability of prison sentences
Take Look Inside QCS officer profile 23 July
NAIDOC Week profile: Police Liaison Officer Adam Osborne
Enhancing rehabilitation opportunities for Tasmanian prisoners
CFMMEU penalised over safety claims including first aid bed was “too high” on Melbourne Metro Tunnel Project
Review of Bimberi finds evidence of good practice, but more support needed for children with disability
Supporting A Safer Corrections System
QCS Officers recognised as part of Queens Birthday celebrations
Vocational training in NSW prisons: Exploring relationship between traineeships and recidivism
Prison Program Delivers Furniture and Training Opportunities
Juvenile incarceration has mixed effects on future convictions
Tool to predict recidivism in federal inmates could make more prisoners eligible for early release
Labor to Expand Justice Reinvestment to Reduce First Nations Incarceration 19 April
Labor To Expand Justice Reinvestment to Reduce First Nations Incarceration
Focus on perpetrators in report from Federal Inquiry into Family, Domestic and Sexual Violence welcomed by No to Violence
A Proclamation on Second Chance Month, 2021
When parole, probation officers choose empathy, returns to jail decline