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The Justice and Community Safety Directorate is committed to providing effective complaint resolution processes and values complaints as a source of i
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The Justice and Community Safety Directorate (JACS) is committed to providing a workplace which is flexible, supportive and safe.
The purpose of this guideline is to provide the Work Health and Safety duty holders with guidance on managing animals in the workplace and minimising
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 discussion paper sets out a number of potential avenues for legal reform of how our society might formally and legally recognise relationships be
A report on the December 2004 to December 2005 trial use of Tasers by ACT Policing. The report discusses the trial and the outcomes.
This 2003 paper looks at the use of restorative justice programs, particularly conferencing, in the ACT.
This Issues Paper was released in June 2008 seeking community feedback on the operations of the Victims of Crime Act and possible reforms.
A report by the Restorative Justice Sub-committee to the ACT Sentencing Review Committee in 2003 on extending the use of restorative justice programs,