prisons

Submission to the NSW Sentencing Council

This submission sets out PIAC’s opposition to proposals to extend the category of offences for which an alleged offender must ‘show cause’ why they should not be imprisoned to await trial.

OPCAT preventative, proactive and non-punitive

The submission supports Australia’s ratification of the Optional Protocol to the Convention against Torture and other Cruel, Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment (OPCAT) and addresses the c

Comments on the Ten-Year Roadmap for National Mental Health Reform

In January 2012, the Federal Government released the draft Ten-Year Roadmap for National Mental Health Reform.

Vietnamese translation of Self-help guide for women prisoners

The Women in Prison Advocacy Network (WIPAN) is a grass-roots organisation that provides advocacy and mentoring services to women in the criminal justice system.

Self-help guide for women prisoners

The Women in Prison Advocacy Network (WIPAN) is a grass-roots organisation that provides advocacy and mentoring services to women in the criminal justice system.

09.03.02-PIAC-Prison Privatisation

PIAC believes that there are basic public interest principles that should guide policy and program development in relation to corrective services.

06.07.28-PIACCorrectional Services Sub

Submission on the Correctional Services Legislation Amendment Bill 2006

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