25 (30 June 2019)
Five five-person self-contained, self-catering units.
The Judy Lazarus Transition Centre took its first prisoners on 30 April 2007, having been officially opened on 20 April. The Centre provides a supervised pathway back into society for selected prisoners nearing the end of their sentence. It is named after Judy Lazarus, a prominent advocate of prisoner resettlement and former CEO of the Victorian Association for the Care and Resettlement of Offenders.
Read the Judy Lazarus Transition Centre brochure.