"A Path to Good Corrections" : A review of the Northern Territory correctional services adult custodial operations


The mission of the Northern Territory Correctional Service is to contribute to the overall government approach of building safer communities through providing safe, secure, humane custody, while reducing crime through effective programs and reintegrating offenders into the community on their release. Recognising that change was needed to meet this mandate, this review was put in place to provide advice on how to best make the transition. It details the improvements that can be achieved in the areas of: people, organisational alignment, programs, partnerships, security, facilities and support, costs, change management, and presents a vision of what the Service might look like in five years. (Executive summary, edited.)

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