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Unlocking thinking on prisons

Unlocking thinking on prisons

By Law Institute Journal

Punishment 


With each prisoner costing $100,000 a year to incarcerate, and 99 per cent of prisoners eventually being released from prison, many to reoffend, new thinking is needed about how to deal with offenders, a forum held by the Centre for Innovative Justice at RMIT was told in February. Among the panel members at “Prisons: Unlocking our Thinking” were Victorian Ombudsman Deborah Glass who last year authored the report “Investigation into the rehabilitation and reintegration of Prisoners in Victoria”, Commissioner, Corrections Victoria, Jan Shuard and Indigenous magistrate Rose Fella. The panel was hosted by the director of the centre Rob Hulls and also featured the CEO of Jesuit Social Services Julie Edwards and former prisoner Tracy Raeburn.

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