Publish date Title Summary
Guiding principles for Corrections in Australia The Guiding principles support continuous improvement and reflect the diverse challenges and priorities of correctional services in Australia.
Health service provider resource list An Aboriginal social and emotional wellbeing plan by Justice Health.
Hepatitis C Virus among inmates in Victorian Correctional Facilities A report of the prevalence of hepatitis C virus and the risk behaviours associated with the transmission of hepatitis C virus in Victorian correctional facilities.
Hopkins Correctional Centre (Ararat) Precinct Development Plan Information about the design process and construction program for the redevelopment of the Hopkins Correctional Centre site.
Independent investigation into the management & operations of Victoria's private prisons The Minister for Corrections requested the Secretary, Department of Justice, to commission an independent investigation into the management and operation of Victoria’s three private prisons (Kirby Report)
Independent investigation into the Metropolitan Remand Centre riot The Metropolitan Remand Centre riot on 30 June 2015 involved approximately 400 prisoners and is the largest in Victoria's correctional history.
Independent review into the serious assault on Anthony Mokbel at Barwon Prison on 11 February 2019 High level summary and government response to the review recommendations.
Indigenous Strategic Framework The Indigenous Strategic Framework is a guide; it provides the key issues for consideration in managing Indigenous prisoners and offenders, focussing on systemic issues that can impact on the over-representation of Indigenous people in the criminal justice system.
Intellectual Disability in the Victorian Prison System. This study examines characteristics of prisoners with an intellectual disability released from prison in 2003-2006.
Investigation into hearing impairment among Indigenous prisoners in the Victorian Correctional System This study tested the hearing status of 109 Victorian Indigenous prisoners at five prison locations.