Special recognition for health services staff on National Corrections Day
On today’s National Corrections Day, staff delivering health services to prisoners are being particularly recognised after almost a year of additional responsibilities in managing the health risks of COVID-19.
Special recognition for prison case workers on National Corrections Day
Case workers play a critical role in the rehabilitation and reintegration of prisoners and will be specially recognised by GEO Australia during today’s National Correction Day activities.
Former prisoners reach out for COVID-19 support
Men released from the GEO Group managed Ravenhall Correctional Centre in Melbourne were provided with more than 4700 instances of telephone support and case management through The Bridge Centre, also managed by GEO, during the recent COVID-19 lockdowns.
Corrections help canines with Junee’s new Agility Park
Junee’s Dog Agility Park has been officially opened by the Member for Cootamundra Steph Cooke. The park is a collaboration between the Junee Correctional Centre, Junee Shire Council and the Junee Community Consultative Committee.
Junee Correctional Centre staff resilient in challenging times
In challenging conditions – including a major expansion, bushfires and the outbreak of COVID-19 – operator of the Junee Correctional Centre…
Managing the risk of Coronavirus in our Correctional Centres
All GEO Australia Centres implement a high standard of health and safety measures to minimise the risk of and control infectious and communicable diseases.
WorkCover recognises and rewards safety first at Arthur Gorrie
WorkCover Queensland has recognised Arthur Gorrie Correctional Centre as one of the safest prisons in the state.
Jobs for the locals is another win for Junee prison expansion
Hundreds of Riverina tradespeople and labourers are benefitting from the Junee Correctional Centre expansion, winning jobs on site and boosting the local economy.
More beds to keep Victorian prisons safe and secure
Hundreds of new beds will be opened across three Victorian prisons as part of the Andrews Labor Government’s work to boost the security and capacity of the corrections system.
Victoria’s Ravenhall Prison Project named Australia’s best infrastructure project
Victoria’s $670 million Ravenhall Prison Project has been named as Australia’s best infrastructure project at Infrastructure Partnerships Australia’s National Infrastructure Awards.
Ravenhall Correctional Centre on track to open this year
Construction of Victoria’s newest prison is approaching completion, with an extra 1000 beds to be added to the system when it opens at the end of the year.