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Police and Corrections join forces for training

Corrections staff were recently joined by teams from the New Zealand Police for Advanced Control and Restraint training at Rimutaka Prison. 

Hariki Whare creates wairua-enhancing environment

For the first time, the Short Rehabilitation Programme for Men was delivered in the small, remote Eastern Bay of Plenty community of Te Kaha. Delivered at the Hariki Whare, the venue provided a therapeutic and wairua-enhancing environment close to the moana.


Staff call random muster in te reo Māori for the Māori Language Moment

On September 14, Christchurch Women’s Prison joined the country in marking a historic moment, by calling a random muster in te reo Māori, the first time it has been done.

Leaning into leadership

"Lean into opportunities, feel the fear and do it anyway, and be your authentic self" are some of the takeaways Caleb, currently seconded as an Assistant Prison Director, had from a programme for emerging leaders in the Central Region.

What does it take to run a kitchen inside a prison?

Gareth, a catering instructor from Invercargill Prison, shares some insights into his role preparing meals for the site, and passing his skills on to people in prison.

Corrections & Justice Information Evening

If you have interest in joining the Justice sector, this evening will allow you to ask any questions you may have about the work we do, and what the best path could be for you to take in starting a career with us.