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|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.|
|Transition From custody to community||Transition support services for prisoners not only ease the transition from custody to the community but help to delay or prevent re-offending.|
|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.
|Troubleshooting Guide for Jabberguest||The Department of Justice & Community Safety provides the ability for external participants to call its video conference systems.|
|Unit management guidelines : achieving leadership excellence in Victorian prisons||This manual outlines Victoria's approach to unit management.|
|Unit management in Victorian prisons||This handbook is a short guide to unit management.|
|Victoria's parole system||Corrections Victoria has delivered a major reform program to ensure a better parole system.|
|Victorian Prison Drug Strategy - Identified Drug User Program||The Identified Drug User (IDU) Program is used to identify prisoners who are using or dealing in drugs.|
|Victorian Prison Drug Strategy 2002||The use of alcohol and other drugs by offenders is one of the biggest issues facing Victoria’s criminal justice system.|
|Victorian Prison Opioid Substitution Therapy Program Guidelines 2015||Opioid addiction is a recognised disease requiring therapeutic intervention.|