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This website aims to ensure Queensland Corrective Services stakeholders are able to continue making valuable contributions to the corrective services system in Queensland.

The site contains regular updates on key projects, stakeholder meeting dates and minutes and is a forum for ensuring open lines of communication between the agency and stakeholders.

The agency's monthly magazine Corrections News is a valuable insight into the latest news from the agency. You can access a copy of this magazine on the Queensland Corrective Services website.

Queensland Corrective Services arrange and host regular stakeholder meetings in Brisbane, Cairns, Townsville and Rockhampton each year.

The stakeholder meetings are a great forum for the sharing of information between Queensland Corrective Services and stakeholder groups. Stakeholders are encouraged to bring forward agenda items and to make presentations about projects, programs and research they are undertaking.

Queensland Corrective Services also contribute to the agenda at stakeholder meetings with regular updates on centre redevelopments, projects, procdure and policy changes, new legislation, consultations and any requests we receive from stakeholders.

Following the appointment of Mr Kelvin Anderson the Queensland Corrective Services Commissioner in February 2009, a robust framework of Queensland Corrective Services reform has lead to a program of wide reaching stakeholder liaison to provide the Commissioner's message of Queensland Corrective Services direction and plans for the future.

In doing so, the Commissioner has held and attended many individual meetings with stakeholders to discuss issues, outstanding matters and how Queensland Corrective Services can work together with stakeholders for better outcomes for offenders. The new vision for Queensland Corrective Services engagement relies on significant interaction with stakeholders to yield better partnerships in community safety

Queensland Corrective Services looks forward to building and nurturing our relationships with all stakeholders in the future.

What is a stakeholder

Organisations (such as non-Government and Government agencies, Advocacy agencies and health, rehabilitation or support services) who have a vested interest in the areas of Probation and Parole, Correctional Centres or providing services or support to offenders post release.

If your organisation would like to register to become a stakeholder, attend a stakeholders meeting, have any questions about Queensland Corrective Services or the role of a stakeholder please contact the Stakeholder Liaison Officer through the contacts section of the stakeholders website.



Last updated: 16 December 2013