ANZAC memorial garden

ANZAC Day 2019

30 May 2019
Influenza cell

Influenza 2019

16 May 2019
Corrections Victoria is working with Justice Health to limit the impact of influenza on prisons.
Photo of Marrmak Mental Health Unit

Marrmak Mental Health Unit officially opened

8 March 2019
Marrmak Mental Health Unit officially opened for women prisoners.
Photo of Rivergum Residential Treatment Centre

Rivergum Residential Treatment Centre officially opened

8 March 2019
The Minister for Corrections Gayle Tierney officially opened the new 20-bed Rivergum Residential Treatment Centre located next to Hopkins Correctional Centre in Ararat, western Victoria, on Tuesday 16 October 2018.
Dame Phyllis Centre

Women in the Victorian Prison System

1 February 2019
Women in the Victorian Prison System report presents an analysis of the female prison population
Fully trained dog being used for security in prison

Using man’s best friend to enhance prison security

20 July 2018
Passive Alert Dog (PAD) training courses have been conducted in Victoria since 1998, and fully-trained dogs and their handlers make an important contribution to security in Victoria’s prison system.
Ravenhall Prison

Ravenhall Correctional Centre opening

11 July 2018
Ravenhall is Victoria's first private prison to be opened in the last 20 years.
Drawing of Hopkins

Victorian Budget outcomes 2018-19

7 May 2018
The 2018-19 Victorian Budget will include spending on upgrades to the Dame Phyllis Frost Centre and a new maximum security men's prison in Lara
CCS employees

Community Correctional Services expansion

22 October 2017
New careers site has been launched for Correctional Services.
Knitted red poppies done by the women prisoners at Dame Phyllis Frost Centre

Women prisoners make poppies for Anzac Day

22 October 2017
A group of women prisoners at the Dame Phyllis Frost Centre in Melbourne has spent the last year crocheting and knitting poppies for this year’s Anzac Day remembrance.