- In-person attendance
- Appointments via telephone, Zoom and other DJCS approved technology
- Program delivery
- Community work
- Attendance at court, the Adult Parole Board and Post Sentence Authority
- Electronic Monitoring
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CCS continues to operate and anyone subject to a community correction order, parole order or supervision order must continue to comply with the conditions of their order.
All Justice Service Centres follow COVIDSafe requirements and individual location COVIDSafe plans.
You should not attend a Justice Service Centre if you are unwell.
If you have a CCS case manager, please contact them as soon as possible if you:
- have tested positive for COVID-19
- are awaiting test results for COVID-19, or
- are experiencing symptoms of COVID-19, including fever, breathing difficulties, sore throat or fatigue.
You should contact your case manager if you have any questions or concerns. If you do not have contact details for your case manager, you must contact your nearest CCS location in the first instance. Contact numbers are available on the CCS location page.
Get the latest health information about COVID-19 at the Victorian Government coronavirus website (External link).
Appointments via telephone, Zoom and other DJCS approved technology
Supervision and other appointments are generally provided in-person. If it is appropriate and you gain approval, supervision may take place via telephone, Zoom or other DJCS approved technology.
Additional information on using technologies like Zoom can be provided by case managers.
Offence-specific interventions and transition and reintegration support services are being delivered both in-person and remotely. All services need to follow to COVIDSafe requirements and individual location COVIDSafe plans.
You should contact your case manager if you are unsure whether you need to attend an appointment in person. If you do not have contact details for your case manager, you must contact your nearest CCS location in the first instance. Contact numbers are available on the CCS location page.
Community work programs must follow COVIDSafe requirements and individual site COVIDSafe plans.
Case managers will discuss community work program options with you, if this is required, based on the availability of programs at your CCS location.
Attendance at court, the Adult Parole Board and Post Sentence Authority
All in-person services operate in line with COVIDSafe requirements and individual site-based COVIDSafe plans.
During periods of transition, operations are adapted to continue offering options for supervision to occur remotely where in-person attendance cannot be facilitated.
If you are required to attend court for a CCS related matter, you should contact your case manager to confirm whether you need to attend in-person or via telephone or video conference or other technology.
If you are subject to a supervision or parole order, you will be advised by your case manager of the arrangements to attend the Adult Parole Board or the Post Sentence Authority.
The Electronic Monitoring Program is operating as usual. All devices fitted, replaced and/or removed will be done so in accordance with advice provided by health authorities.
All CCS service users are strongly encouraged to protect themselves and the community by maintaining an up-to-date vaccination status as recommended by public health advice.
Information on how to book a COVID-19 vaccine appointment, including how to book an appointment online, can be found on the Coronavirus website (External link)
You can also speak with your case manager, or CCS staff, about accessing a vaccination.
I want to...
- Find the contact information for my closest CCS location
- See stakeholder information about changes to CCS
- Keep up to date on the latest COVID-19 information (External link)
- Read how good hygiene and physical distancing can help you stay well (External link)
- Read how prisons are responding to COVID-19