The Queensland Corrective Services Academy hosted the largest ever group of trainees last week. The group of 156 trainee officers is a record for the Wacol-based academy, and is a part of a recruitment push in preparation for the transition of Queensland’s two privately operated......
Rehabilitation programs specific to perpetrators of domestic and family violence are being trialled across Queensland correctional centres to help break the cycle of DFV-related violence Many prisoners in our care are perpetrators of domestic and family violence. Having behavioural change programs in place such as......
#DVPreventionMonth: Community Corrections officers make a commitment to ‘be someone who does something’ about DFV
Community Corrections officers are deeply committed to addressing the impact of domestic and family violence (DFV) in all that they do and have made a commitment to ‘be someone who does something’ about DFV Every day, front line case managers in Central Region Community Corrections......
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