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Agency ID177
TitleQueensland Corrective Services Commission
Agency TypeDepartment
Start Date 15/12/1988
End Date 1/5/1999
Date NotesN/A
Abstract

Responsible for administration of correctional services

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Series

Series IDTitleFromTo
6207Photographs and Slides of Queensland Prisons 15/12/1988 1/5/1999
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Previous Agencies

Agency IDTitle
157Prisons Department
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Remarks

Information Sources

Queensland Government Gazette 1988, Vol. CCLXXXIX, No. 101, pp 2049, 2107
Queensland Parliamentary Papers 1988-89, Vol V, No 103, pp. 4- 6
Queensland Corrective Services Commission Annual Report 1989, pp. 3-4, 9-11
Queensland Government Gazette 30 Apr 1999, No. 100, p. 2078
Corrective Services Department Annual Report 1999 - 2000, p. 3
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Legislation

Establishing Corrective Services (Administration) Act 1988.
Abolishing Corrective Services Legislation Amendment Act 1999
Administered Corrective Services Act 1988
Corrective Services (Administration) Act 1988
Corrective Services (Consequential Amendments) Act 1988
Parole Orders (Transfer) Act 1984
Prisoners (Interstate Transfer) Act 1984
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Description
ESTABLISHMENT:
Queensland Corrective Services Commission was established on 15 December 1988 as an outcome of the Commission of Review into Corrective Services in Queensland, 1988. The Commission took over the functions and responsibilities of the Queensland Prisons Service and the Queensland Probation and Parole Services.

Along with the change to a Commission came a corresponding change of titles to reflect the new direction and responsibilities: prisons became custodial correctional centres; prison officers - custodial correctional officers; probation and parole officers - community correctional officers, and the Parole Board was replaced by a State and five regional Community Corrections Boards.

FUNCTIONS:
The Commission was responsible for determining policy in relation to the administration, management and control of corrective services. In addition to prison administration, the Commission had responsibility for all adult corrections functions, including supervision of offenders sentenced to community supervision orders, containing offenders, and ensuring rehabilitation of offenders.

ADMINISTRATIVE STRUCTURE:
The Commission was headed by a Board of community representatives which was responsible for policy development and performance monitoring. The Commission had a central Directorate and area offices and regional community corrections offices throughout Queensland.

ABOLITION:
On 1 May 1999 the Commission was replaced by the Corrective Services Department.
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Preferred Citation

Queensland State Archives Agency ID177, Queensland Corrective Services Commission
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Last updated 9 September 2016
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