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Throughcare Jigsaw Group Special Event – Meet Dr John Paget, Inspector of Custodial Services.

You are invited to attend our next Throughcare Jigsaw Group event which will be held at Corrective Services NSW, Henry Deane Building, 20 Lee Street Sydney on Friday 20 June 2014 starting at 10am. Guest speaker is Dr John Paget, Inspector of Custodial Services. Continue reading

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INVITATION to attend two upcoming training events the William Wilberforce Foundation are putting on

We would like to invite you to attend two upcoming training events the William Wilberforce Foundation are putting on, which will help equip you to support people in your community in the areas of addiction and ex-offenders. Continue reading

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October 22nd, 2013 – Throughcare Jigsaw Group Networking Breakfast

Speaker: Paul Cowley on Caring for prisoners, ex-offenders and marginalised people in the light of the legacy of William Wilberforce Continue reading

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Meet Paul Cowley at the next Throughcare Jigsaw Group Networking Breakfast

Paul Cowley is the Executive Director of the William Wilberforce Trust, is the Director of Alpha for Prisons and Caring For Ex-offenders, is on the international board for Prison Fellowship, a Minister at Holy Trinity Brompton, London, and a former Prisoner himself. Continue reading

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December 7, 2012 – AGM and Meeting

Venue: Corrective Services, 20 Lee Street, Level 1, Henry Deane Building, Sydney.  10:00am to 12:00 noon. (doors open at 9:30am) Guest Speaker: Ms. Jane Moore, Director – Parklea Compulsory Drug Treatment Centre. Guest speakers Jane Moore and Angela McClements from … Continue reading

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September 21, 2012 – Networking Breakfast

September 21, 2012 – Networking Breakfast Venue: Strangers’ Dining Room, NSW Parliament House for Friday 21st  September 8am for an 8.30am start to conclude at 10am.  for details of venue. Cost: $40 per head. Speakers:  Kat Armstrong, founder of WIPAN … Continue reading

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Beyond Punishment: Frontiers of Penal Policy – 31 July 2012

This seminar brings together two scholars at the forefront of penal policy and criminal justice: Baroness Vivien Stern CBE and Professor Andrew Coyle CMG. Continue reading

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FIVE8 Information & Basic Training Day

Five8 (which means ‘my mate’ in rhyming prison slang) is a new initiative which builds small pro-social communities of support and accountability for prisoners assisting their transition into the community and reducing reoffending. Five8 advocates a whole-of-community response to the … Continue reading

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THROUGHCARE – Models of Transition Project

The Models of Transition Report provides as analysis of three ACT initiatives working with people with multiple and complex needs who are transitioning from intensive support systems to successful integration into the community. Continue reading

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Extending Throughcare for Offenders

Chief Minister and Cabinet Directorate has worked with Corrective Services, other concerned directorates and the Community Integration Governance Group over the last 18 months to develop a proposal for an extended Throughcare system to ensure continuity of service delivery beyond the corrections setting. The working group has progressed the development of options through a number of consultative meetings with other government and community agencies, resulting in the report Seeing it Through: Options for improving offender outcomes in the community. Continue reading

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