Displaying 1 - 24 of 27 results.

Global services management company Serco has been selected to manage the Mt Eden/Auckland Central Remand Prison from next year, Corrections Minister Judith Collins announced today.

Serco, a British company with operations in Europe, the Middle-East, Asia-Pacific and North America, was one of three companies that sought the contract through a Request for Proposal process.

  • Judith Collins
  • Corrections

Corrections Minister Judith Collins today opened the second of three new Drug Treatment Units which will double the number of prisoners able to undertake drug rehabilitation.

  • Judith Collins
  • Corrections

The Government is taking the next step towards implementing a public private partnership (PPP) for delivering a new prison at Wiri, South Auckland, Infrastructure Minister Bill English and Correcti

  • Bill English
  • Judith Collins
  • Corrections
  • Infrastructure

Community Probation Services has lifted compliance with parole mandatory standards to 96 percent, up from 56 percent in September 2008, Corrections Minister Judith Collins said today.

  • Judith Collins
  • Corrections

Custodial staff at New Zealand's prisons will shortly be wearing a blue uniform rather than the traditional olive green, Corrections Minister Judith Collins said today.

  • Judith Collins
  • Corrections

Justice Minister Simon Power today introduced legislation to make offending against Police and Corrections officers a mandatory aggravating factor at sentencing.

  • Simon Power
  • Judith Collins
  • Corrections
  • Justice
  • Police

More prisoners are undertaking job training and literacy and numeracy education than ever before, Corrections Minister Judith Collins and Associate Minister of Corrections Dr Pita Sharples said tod

  • Judith Collins
  • Pita Sharples
  • Corrections

Offenders on community work are providing valuable assistance with the Canterbury earthquake clean-up, Corrections Minister Judith Collins says.

  • Judith Collins
  • Corrections
  • Earthquake Recovery

Police and Corrections staff have done themselves proud with their work following the Christchurch earthquake, some putting personal problems aside in the line of duty, Police and Corrections Minis

  • Judith Collins
  • Corrections
  • Police
  • Earthquake Recovery

The number of escapes from New Zealand prisons has reached a record low, Corrections Minister Judith Collins said today.

  • Judith Collins
  • Corrections

The Ministers of Health and Corrections, Tony Ryall and Judith Collins have thanked the National Health Committee for their report Health in justice: Improving the health of prisoners, their fam

  • Tony Ryall
  • Judith Collins
  • Corrections
  • Health

A proposed 960-bed public-private partnership prison at Wiri in South Auckland will create about $1.2 billion in economic benefits to the Auckland region over 30 years, Corrections Minister Judith

  • Judith Collins
  • Corrections

The Government is to legislate to make offending against Police and Corrections officers an aggravating factor at sentencing.

  • Simon Power
  • Judith Collins
  • Corrections
  • Justice
  • Police

Police and Corrections Minister Judith Collins will discuss issues of common interest with her Australian counterparts at meetings in Canberra this week.

  • Judith Collins
  • Corrections
  • Police

A ban on smoking by prisoners will make prisons safer and healthier for staff and prisoners, Corrections Minister Judith Collins said today.

  • Judith Collins
  • Corrections

Corrections Minister Judith Collins today opened the first of three new drug treatment units which will double the number of prisoners able to undertake drug rehabilitation in New Zealand prisons.<

  • Judith Collins
  • Corrections

The number of prison incidents involving razor blades has more than halved since a clampdown on razor blades came into effect in May last year, Corrections Minister Judith Collins said.

  • Judith Collins
  • Corrections

A new Multi-Agency Centre in Counties-Manukau represents the commitment of the Government and community to providing support, care and justice to the victims of child abuse, Police Minister Judith

  • Judith Collins
  • Corrections

A prison capacity crisis has been averted, Corrections Minister Judith Collins said at the opening of New Zealand's first container cell unit today.

  • Judith Collins
  • Corrections

The Government has made available $2 million during the 2010/11 year for the rollout of audio visual links for court proceedings.

  • Simon Power
  • Judith Collins
  • Georgina te Heuheu
  • Corrections
  • Courts
  • Justice

The Whare Oranga Ake initiative, which will help prisoners re-integrate into society using a kaupapa Maori approach, is a common-sense step towards reducing high levels of Maori reoffending, Correc

  • Judith Collins
  • Corrections

Funding of $69.3 million over the next four years will ensure there are enough prison beds to cope with the rising prison population, Corrections Minister Judith Collins says.

  • Judith Collins
  • Corrections

Corrections Minister Judith Collins today welcomed the announcement that a new site for the Community Probation Services (CPS) Centre in Flaxmere had been found.

  • Judith Collins
  • Corrections

The joint Mt Eden-Auckland Central Remand Prison (ACRP) has been selected to be operated by a private contract manager, Corrections Minister Judith Collins said today.

  • Judith Collins
  • Corrections