New correctional officers improve community safety in South East Queensland

Queensland’s newest corrective services officers have moved to the frontline of public safety, working to reduce reoffending to keep South East Queensland safe. 43 new custodial correctional officers were sworn into their roles at a Queensland Corrective Services’ (QCS) graduation ceremony on Friday 25 November. Member for...

New correctional officers improve community safety in Maryborough

Queensland’s newest correctional officers move to the frontline of public safety today, working to reduce reoffending to keep the Wide Bay region safe. 18 new custodial correctional officers will be sworn into their roles at a Queensland Corrective Services’ (QCS) graduation ceremony today. Member for Maryborough Bruce...

Prisoners help Fraser Coast get ready for disaster season

Prisoners at Maryborough Correctional Centre are giving the local community a head start on preparation for storm season, already filling 6,000 sandbags in readiness for possible flooding. General Manager of Maryborough Correctional Centre, Chief Superintendent Kris Winter said it was the fifth year that the prison...

Six new dog squad teams join the corrections’ front line

Six new General-Purpose dogs and their handlers have graduated to the ranks of the elite Queensland Corrective Services’ Delta Unit. QCS Acting Assistant Commissioner Eloise Hamlett said the dog squad teams join the front line of public safety following a rigorous course which included intensive operational...

New correctional officers join the frontline in Far North Queensland

Queensland’s newest corrective services officers have moved to the frontline of public safety, working to reduce reoffending to keep Far North Queensland safe. 13 new custodial correctional officers were sworn into their roles at a Queensland Corrective Services’ (QCS) graduation ceremony at Mareeba. Member for Cook Cynthia...

New correctional officers join the frontline in South East Queensland

Queensland’s newest corrective services officers have moved to the frontline of public safety, working to reduce reoffending to keep South East Queensland safe. 23 new custodial correctional officers were sworn into their roles at a Queensland Corrective Services’ (QCS) graduation ceremony. Member for Mount Ommaney, Jessica Pugh...

New correctional officers improve community safety in Townsville

Queensland’s newest corrective services officers have moved to the frontline of public safety, working to reduce reoffending to keep Townsville safe. 18 new custodial correctional officers were sworn into their roles at a Queensland Corrective Services’ (QCS) graduation ceremony. Member for Mundingburra Les Walker MP and QCS...

New correctional officers improve community safety in Rockhampton

Queensland’s newest corrective services officers have moved to the frontline of public safety, working to reduce reoffending to keep the community safe. Nine new custodial correctional officers were sworn into their roles at a Queensland Corrective Services’ (QCS) graduation ceremony. Assistant Minister for Education and Member for...