Publish date Title Summary
Evaluation of the Better Pathways Strategy The Better Pathways strategy was launched in 2005 in response to a growing number of women entering the Victorian corrections system.
Evaluation of the offender education and training in adult community education Initiative The evaluation covers the period from when the pilot started in late 2004 to the end of the first stage, 30 September 2005.
Evaluation of the redevelopment of Community Correctional Services – Final Report The report of the four-year (2001–2005) Redevelopment of Community Correctional Services aimed at diverting people from entering custody and preventing prisoners from returning to custody.
Fairlea : The history of a women's prison in Australia 1956 - 96 Much of the history relies on the spoken and written words of those who knew the prison best, the prison officers and the prisoners.
Family violence and child information sharing schemes From 27 September 2017, Justice Health and its service providers are prescribed under the Family Violence Information Sharing Reforms. Follow this page for instructions on how to make a request for information from Justice Health under the schemes.
Fifty years of the adult parole system in Victoria 1957–2007 A commemorative booklet released to mark 50 years of the parole system in Victoria.
Forensic alcohol and other drugs treatment and services The aim of the new Forensic AOD Service Delivery Model is to enhance the forensic AOD service response to offenders on court orders.
From labour to work: Evaluation of and options for Victoria’s prison industries The primary objective was to evaluate the adequacy of the program for contemporary business, employment and educational needs given the changing economic context and how the program might be improved.
Getting Started booklets Information about support services to prisoners who are preparing for and experiencing transition from custody to the community
Government Response - Review of Corrections Victoria's sports programs Government Response to Corrections Victoria's sports programs.