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Short stays in solitary can increase recidivism, unemployment
Pioneering project to transform corrections and change lives
Griffith and QCS collaborate on innovative training models
Circle Sentencing, incarceration and recidivism
Study: Visitor’s garden is improving prison visitation experience for all
Coronavirus: Release of older at-risk prisoners with violent records poses little crime risk
Proclamation on Second Chance Month, 2020
Specialist drug court legislation welcomed
Liberals abandon inmates in addiction battle
Case Western Reserve University research finds high rates of trauma exposure, PTSD symptoms for those in drug court
Principal consultant appointed to new prison
Huge milestone for new Southern Queensland prison
Victoria finally catches up to rest of country with introduction of spent convictions scheme
Housing To Help Aboriginal Women Leaving Prison
QCS and QPS officers in Townsville contri-brew-te to community safety
Protect Small Business From Union Bullies Pass Ensuring Integrity Laws
Helping Young People Stay Out Of Justice System
Maryborough prisoners kick off NAIDOC Week celebrations
Lotus Glen Correctional Centre embraces culture to celebrate NAIDOC Week
Numinbah prisoners train dogs for veterans
Collaborators look at legal issues through big data lens
Family and sexual violence plan receives record funding
Ambitious targets at heart of new Premier’s Priorities
Premier’s Priority to include improving outcomes for Aboriginal students
U.S. President Trump’s Remarks on Second Chance Hiring
U.S. President Trump Is Helping Americans Gain a Second Chance to Build a Brighter Future
Queensland Government invests in regional jobs as a part of criminal justice system reform
Queensland Government announces construction of a new men’s prison
Good investment to address recognised risks
Formal education sets path to remain out of prison