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Australasian Journal of Correctional Staff Development
The AJCSD is a practical measure designed to increase information sharing across the Australasian corrections industry.
The journal is a free service, hosted by Brush Farm Corrective Services Academy and appearing online quarterly. It contains articles, papers, links, statistics and discussions covering a variety of operational and human resource management issues.
At its core, the AJCSD serves as a directory for correctional learning & development managers and a guide to professional development opportunities for correctional staff.
We extend a warm invitation to jurisdictions throughout the Asia Pacific Region who are not yet involved to join us through the submission of papers for inclusion in this publication, and we reiterate our invitation to our colleagues throughout the region to continue to send us items of professional interest.
In this issue
A visit to Wormwood Scrubs
Zoe De Crespigny
Establishing a Compulsary Drug Treatment Prison
Astrid Birgden and Luke Grant
The Indigenous Cadetship Support Program
The Violent Offender Therapeutic Program
Jayson Ware, Cherice Cieplucha, Danielle Matsuo
The Indigenous Offender Health Web Resource
Concept of Intellectual Disability
Phillip Snoyman & Berindah Aicken
Thai Corrections - Amazing Thailand
Enabling the effective take-up, Part 1
Finishing the Job: Providing a roadmap for post release education & employment
David Gould, Jason Hainsworth, Kevin Manning and Toni McLackland
The emerging role of the specialist program facilitator
Lorraine Holland and Janet Sallabank
The need principle
Towards a learning organisation