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|Wulgunggo Ngalu Learning Place Final Evaluation Report||Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders are over represented in the criminal justice system due to a range of complex socioeconomic and historical factors.|
|Wulgunggo Ngalu Learning Place||This brochure provides information about the Wulgunggo Ngalu Learning Place.|
|Women in the Victorian Prison System||Women in the Victorian Prison System report presents an analysis of the female prison population|
|Women exiting prison in Victoria||This report provides a summary of research conducted for Corrections Victoria (CV) by Monash University, Victoria which looked at the post-release experiences of women exiting prison in Victoria between 2011 and 2012, and the association between participation in prison programs and prisoner outcomes post-release|
|What to do if you are released from court (English and Vietnamese)||Information for people being released from court.|
|Victorian Prison Opioid Substitution Therapy Program Guidelines 2015||Opioid addiction is a recognised disease requiring therapeutic intervention.|
|Unit management in Victorian prisons||This handbook is a short guide to unit management.|
|Troubleshooting Guide for Jabberguest||The Department of Justice and Community Safety provides the ability for external participants to call its video conference systems.|
|Treatment of women prisoners and non-custodial measures for women offenders||The United Nations Rules for the treatment of women prisoners and offenders - commonly known as the Bangkok Rules - were adopted by the General Assembly of the United Nations on 21 December 2010.
|Transition and Reintegration Unit brochures||Corrections Victoria’s Transition and Reintegration Unit oversees a range of programs and initiatives that aim to assist prisoners to prepare for release and transition to life in the community.|