B.2 Performance Analysis – Output 2.1 Corrective Services

Output Description

ACT Corrective Services (ACTCS) is a significant part of the ACT justice system with responsibility for administering court-imposed sanctions. This includes the provision
of a safe and secure environment for those in custody, and supervising offenders in
the community subject to bail conditions or community-based sentences.

Through the provision of a wide range of interventions, including offender behaviour programs, education and vocational training, ACTCS strives to reduce recidivism and promote successful rehabilitation and reintegration into the community. ACTCS also provides information advice and services to the Courts, the Sentence Administration
Board and government and community stakeholders.