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Reducing recidivism through community courts
New youth detention centre to be built at Woodford
The ACT is raising the minimum age of criminal responsibility to 14
Queensland Government delivers more support for women leaving custody
Building Better Future After Prison
Residential alcohol and drug treatment programs can help reduce youth crime: study
Maurice Blackburn wins sexual harassment claims for two former associates of retired Victorian judge Peter Vickery
Prison graduates perfectly placed for career in mining
JumpStart recognised for accessible education and employment for incarcerated people in Queensland
CFMMEU and representatives penalised $495,000 over work stoppages
HM Langi Kal Kal Prison Hosts Welding Employment Expo
Collaboration of culture and respect at popular First Nations forum
Tickets available for First Nations Forum
Appetite for reform in youth detention
Additional funding to reduce over representation of First Nations people in ACT justice system
Jobs Support For Young People Leaving Justice System
Helping To Find Home Gives People Leaving Prison Fair Go
Record corrections budget boosts prison capacity, community safety and secure regional jobs
Budget delivers access to justice for Queenslanders
Helping People Into Jobs And Back On Track After Prison
Supporting female offenders to rehabilitate
Invest in people, not police: ACT Greens Senate Candidate Dr Tjanara Goreng Goreng
Juvenile offenders can lift each other
Another election commitment delivered to help prisoners rehabilitate
Internationally renowned Red Cross prison safety program launches in Tasmania
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
TARGET ZER0 aims to improve life chances of disadvantaged youth
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
New President Of Children’s Court To Commence Next Year
Queensland Corrective Services budget to further enhance safety of Queensland
VACCA’s Response to Victorian Government State Budget 2020/21
‘disappointing’ NSW Budget holds back on funding for Walama court, First Nations
With its strong enforcement record, United States confirms its leading role in fight against transnational
Establishing Walama Court must not be ignored in NSW budget or justice system
Social impact investment and recidivism
New Life Skills Camp Offers Prison Alternative for Central Australian Aboriginal Women
Nation-leading target to end disproportionate Indigenous incarceration rate by 2030, as Greens pledge $20m
Long-term effect of NSW Drug Court on recidivism
Funding for Kimberley juvenile crime prevention initiatives
Evaluation of changes to supervision of offenders in community – Practice Guide for Intervention