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Corrections Ageing prisoner and offender policy framework 2015-20 The Framework provides a high-level blueprint that will enhance the delivery of services for the effective management of ageing prisoners and offenders across the Victorian correctional system
Corrections Alcohol and Drug Strategy 2015 Corrections Alcohol and Drug Strategy 2015 describes the approach to dealing with alcohol and drug use across all correctional environments in Victoria
Corrections Housing Pathways Initiative - Evaluation Report The Corrections Housing Pathways Initiative is a collaboration between correctional and housing services that seeks to reduce homelessness and re-offending from those exiting the prison system
Corrections Victoria Disability Framework 2016-2019 - Expanding the opportunities The Framework outlines objectives and principles that will help deliver a service delivery action plan, which will outline the key initiatives to be undertaken to put the Framework into operation
Corrections Victoria Evaluation Framework 2015 - 2018 Corrections Victoria engaged the Australian Institute of Criminology during 2014 to assist in developing a new evaluation framework to ensure rigorous and systematic evaluation of correctional programs in Victoria
Corrections Victoria organisational charts Organisation charts for Corrections Victoria
Corrections Victoria Strategic Plan 2015-2018: Delivering effective Correctional Services for a safe community The Corrections Victoria (CV) Strategic Plan 2015-2018 sets out CV's priorities - for its staff, partners, and the community - to deliver effective correctional services for a safe community
Corrective Services Administrators Council Women Offenders Conference Papers 2 The Corrective Services Administrators Council (CSAC) Women Offenders Conference was held in Melbourne, Australia, 4–5 December 2007
Corrective Services Administrators Council Women Offenders Conference Papers 3 The seventh national Corrective Services Administrators Council (CSAC) Women Offenders Conference was held in Melbourne, Australia, 4–5 December 2007
Cost-Benefit outcomes for prisoners and offenders This report provides an account of broader costs and savings accrues by the individual, their family, the government and the community