Future Justice and Corrections Summit 2020 Blog

Key Discussion Take-away: Insights from the 2020 Advisory Board

By: Izaac Chong, Program Director

On the 12th of November 2019, The Future Justice and Corrections Summit’s 2020 Advisory Board members met with each other to discuss the correctional industry, as we know it today, and the direction they want the industry to go in, in the future. A congregation of industry leaders from a mix of private and public operations, government, architecture...

Enware at the Future Prisons 2018 Event

By: Enware

We recently exhibited at the 2018 Future Prisons Summit held over two days at the Rydges Sydney Central on the 4th & 5th December 2018.

With Enware being involved and trusted in 400 justice projects it was a pleasure to showcase our corrections range which has helped in providing humane rehabilitation of over 15 000 individuals. We even managed to give away a Google Home to one lucky attendee who visited us 🎁.

The two day event explored innovative design, construction, technology integration, operation, and management methods with the goal to achieve long-lasting, adaptable, and secure Future Prisons that improve prisoner outcomes. The Summit also featured International keynote speakers from the UK and Belgium, along with senior leaders representing G4S, John Holland, Serco, NBRS and more.

It was a fantastic event and we would like to extend our appreciation to everyone who was involved.

Case Study: Reducing Reoffending

By: Serco Asia Pacific

Serco is focused on reducing reoffending. Our team helps build safer communities through the delivery of rehabilitation and reintegration programs which make a positive difference to the lives of those in our care, their families, and the community. Learn more about our approach to reducing reoffending, and how the programs have helped those in our care to turn their lives around. This video was originally published on Serco Asia Pacific's YouTube Channel on 18 April 2019.

Graduation day at Wandoo, Australia's first drug rehabilitation prison


At Western Australia's first drug rehabilitation prison, 10 women proudly held certificates this week. This article was originally written by Rhiannon Shine and published by ABC on 2 March 2019.

Australian governments should follow the ACT’s lead in building communities, not prisons

By: Lorana Bartels Professor, School of Law and Justice, University of Canberra

Instead of expanding its only prison, the ACT government will redirect $14.5 million into a range of justice reinvestment programs. This article was originally written by Lorana Bartels,Professor, School of Law and Justice at the University of Canberra.

Inside one of Australia's most productive prisons and the program turning inmates' lives around

By: Sowaibah Hanifie and Nadia Isa, ABC News

Inmates at the Cadell low-security prison north-east of Adelaide are reaping the benefits of the SA's Government's Work Ready, Release Ready program which provides inmates with employment and life skills post-release. This article was originally published by Sowaibah Hanifie and Nadia Isa on ABC News on 5 Nov 2018.