National Corrections Day 2020 Commissioner’s Awards recipients announced

The Story and Victoria bridges lit up in blue and silver on Friday 17 January to celebrate National Corrections Day, recognising the important work of corrective services officers in protecting communities across Australia. The 2020 theme was aimed at acknowledging the Everyday people making a difference...

QCS officers to be recognised for service on National Corrections Day

[embed]https://youtu.be/_VhPBgNApLE[/embed] The Story and Victoria bridges will light up in blue and silver on Friday to celebrate National Corrections Day, recognising the important work of corrective services officers in protecting communities across Australia. As a top tier front line public safety agency, our workforce is our greatest...

Meet the Escort and Security Branch officer with a heart of gold

You can tell from the moment you meet Stella what a caring and thoughtful person she is - but you can also tell she doesn’t sit still for long. A well respected and established member of the Escort and Security Branch (ESB) team, Stella is approaching...

New correctional officers help keep Queensland communities safe

  Thirteen new Custodial Correctional Officers joined the ranks in Queensland on Wednesday at a graduation ceremony at the Queensland Corrective Services Academy. Corrective Services Minister Mark Ryan and Queensland Corrective Services Deputy Commissioner James Koulouris, Organisational Capability, congratulated the graduates of the Custodial Officer Entry Level...

International Human Rights Day – a focus on decision making

  https://youtu.be/ABndggTk7ds At QCS, people are our business. We are committed to the safety of our communities through the humane containment of prisoners, and through the supervision and rehabilitation of offenders. While human rights have always been a significant consideration for QCS, the introduction of Queensland’s historic Human...

Community safety lifts with graduation of North Queensland officers

Townsville has welcomed 17 new custodial correctional officers to join the front line of public safety following a graduation last week. The officers will start their service at the Townsville Correctional Complex (TCC) and confirmed their commitment to help keep their community safe by the humane...

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