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Qcs Chief Superintendent Wendy Ah Chin

Op-Ed: Breaking incarceration cycles for lasting generational change

Queensland Corrective Services Chief Superintendent for First Nations and Cultural Capability, Wendy Ah Chin, proud Waanyi woman from North Queensland As Queensland maps its course on the Path to Treaty, Queensland Corrective Services recognises its important role in addressing the over-representation of First Nations people...

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New correctional officers boost community safety in South East Queensland

33 new Custodial Correctional Officers join the frontline of public safety 403 new officers have joined QCS in the past year One officer recognised with prestigious National Medal Officers equipped with the highest level of training, skills and support. Queensland Corrective Services inducted 33 Custodial...

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Wendy’s story

It’s #takealookinside Tuesday. This NAIDOC Week we meet Wendy Ah Chin, a proud Waanyi woman and Chief Superintendent for First Nations and Cultural Capability, a new position that represents the agency’s commitment to addressing over-representation of First Nations people in custody and supervision. Lock in your...

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Queensland Corrective Services acknowledges and celebrates NAIDOC Week, 2-9 July, and we honour the histories, cultures and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. This year the theme for 2023 is For Our Elders. As Queensland walks the Path To Treaty, we are committed to...

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Ilivana’s story

It’s #takealookinside Tuesday. Not everyone who works in a correctional centre is a Custodial Correctional Officer. Ili plays an integral role as a Food Services Manager at Lotus Glen Correctional Centre. She manages the kitchen operations so that up to 3000 meals can be prepared...

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Take Your Dog To Work Day

This Take Your Dog to Work Day, we’d like to send a #Shoutout to all the hardworking canines at Queensland Correctional Services who play a vital role in keeping our centres safe. https://youtu.be/DK0yrNvdp1U...

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Record budget for Queensland Corrective Services

JOINT STATEMENT Treasurer and Minister for Trade and Investment The Honourable Cameron Dick Minister for Police and Corrective Services and Minister for Fire and Emergency Services The Honourable Mark Ryan Record $1.408 billion 2023-24 Queensland Corrective Services operating budget Stage two of the Southern Queensland Correctional Precinct allocated $341 million...

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Queensland Corrective Services officers recognised in Honour List

• Three Queensland Corrective Services officers receive prestigious Australian Corrections Medal (ACM) • Officers recognised for creating stronger, safer communities • The ACM recognises distinguished service by an operational member of an Australian state or territory civilian corrections service for adults. Three Queensland Corrective Services officers have been...


Capricornia Correctional Centre launches the Disrupting Family Violence Program

 Capricornia Correctional Centre (CAPCC) launches program to tackle domestic and family violence.  The Disrupting Family Violence Program (DFVP) is a perpetrator program delivered over 10 weeks.  Program involves officers from Custodial Operations, Community Corrections, and violence specialists. Capricornia Correctional Centre has launched the Disrupting Family...