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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...

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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...

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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...

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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...

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Thommo takes a final Ekka bow on retirement

Queensland Corrective Services’ most famous drug detection dog, Thommo has ‘bow-wowed’ out of official duty at one of his all-time favourite places – the Brisbane Ekka. The 10-year-old Labrador received a ‘golden paw shake’ on his retirement from one of his biggest fans, Minister for Corrective...

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New corrections officers improve community safety in Far North Queensland

Queensland’s newest corrective services officers moved to the frontline of public safety, working to reduce reoffending to keep Far North Queensland safe. Nine new custodial correctional officers were sworn into their roles at a Queensland Corrective Services’ (QCS) graduation ceremony recently. QCS Acting Assistant Commissioner Darryl Fleming...

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New corrections officers improve community safety in South East Queensland

Queensland’s newest corrective services officers have move to the frontline of public safety, working to reduce reoffending to keep South East Queensland safe. 35 new custodial correctional officers will be sworn into their roles at a Queensland Corrective Services’ (QCS) graduation ceremony. QCS Commissioner Paul Stewart APM...

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New corrections officers improve community safety in Maryborough

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