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The JACS ICT Strategy provides high level direction to move the Justice and Community Safety Directorate (JACS) towards systems that support better se
The Justice and Community Safety (JACS) Directorate Rehabilitation Policy (the Policy) provides the framework for rehabilitation management in the Dir
The purpose of this guideline is to provide Work Health and Safety (WHS) Duty Holders with guidance in preventing and managing the risks associated wi
These Guidelines provide the process for formally recognising employees for their achievements and outstanding contributions in their areas of work.
The Five Whys RCA model is a simple, effective, easily accessible root cause analysis tool which, if used effectively, can improve accident/ incident
A factsheet regarding how JACS staff access training provided on the JACS Learning and Development Calendar and ACTPS Training Calendar.
This paper has been prepared by the ACT Department of Justice and Community Safety as part of an initiative to improve access to justice in the Territ
The findings of the review of Phase 1 of the Crimes (Restorative Justice) Act 2004 (the Act), show that restorative justice is proving to be a valuabl
This report is the culmination of extensive research undertaken during 2004 led primarily by the ACT Office of the Director of Public Prosections and