The Andrews Labor Government is helping at risk young people find work on major transport and infrastructure projects to help keep them out of the justice system.
Keeping Young People Out Of The Justice System For Good
Mildura’s CBD and riverfront have been enhanced with the installation of new CCTV cameras and additional lighting, thanks to a grant of more than $234,000 from the Andrews Labor Government.
A successful residential diversion program for Aboriginal male offenders is set to be expanded thanks to the Andrews Labor Government.
The independent review into the serious assault on prisoner Tony Mokbel at the maximum-security Barwon Prison has delivered 16 recommendations for Corrections Victoria and the Victorian Government. The Andrews Labor Government appointed the Honourable David Ipp AO QC, a former New South Wales Appeal Judge..
Victoria’s Joint Counter Terrorism Team and Corrections Victoria will work together to strengthen the way crucial intelligence is shared on prisoners and offenders who are at risk of violent extremism.
A new refrigerated vehicle is generating job opportunities for ex-offenders at the Fruit2Work social enterprise, thanks to funding from the Andrews Labor Government.
More than 100 young Victorians have received the vital help and training they need to get on the straight and narrow thanks to Mission Australia’s Synergy Auto Repairs Program.
The Andrews Labor Government has unveiled new custom-built vehicles specifically designed to transport the state’s highest security prisoners safely and securely.
The Andrews Labor Government has today announced the appointment of a leading advocate for women and children at risk of family violence as Victoria’s new Victims of Crime Commissioner.
Corrections Victoria’s new all-female prison officer squad has completed tactical training and will soon start work in the women’s prison system, helping to keep the community safe.
The Andrews Labor Government is bringing together community, business and sporting leaders to help shape and drive a long-term crime prevention agenda for Victoria.
Victoria’s prisons will be expanded and made stronger, with boosted offending behaviour programs, as the Andrews Labor Government takes action to break the cycle of reoffending, continue keeping the community safe, and creating jobs in the process.
More than 25 at-risk young people have been given a second chance to turn their lives around through a program backed by the Andrews Labor Government. The ReBoot youth crime prevention program, run by Anglicare, identifies the services and support each individual young person needs..
Applications are now open for up to $3 million in crime prevention grants, thanks to the Andrews Labor Government’s Public Safety Infrastructure Fund.
Moreland residents will benefit from new lighting at six popular parks thanks to the Andrews Labor Government.
The Andrews Labor Government is making sure all school students benefit from a record investment in education infrastructure, with a $402 million contribution for upgrades for the non-government school sector.
The Andrews Labor Government is boosting support for young people to keep them out of the justice system.
Vital justice services can now be accessed at a new hub in the Melbourne CBD, improving services for Victorians.