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Serco staff acknowledged on National Corrections Day

Published: 20 Jan 2022

Today Serco pays tribute to the dedicated men and women delivering positive outcomes for local communities and those in custody across Australia and New Zealand.

National Corrections Day is recognised by corrections staff each year and highlights the challenging work environment they face while protecting the community and rehabilitating offenders.

To mark this important day, Serco correctional staff at Acacia Prison in WA, Clarence Correctional Centre in NSW, Adelaide Remand Centre in SA, and Auckland South Corrections Facility in New Zealand will be celebrated for their outstanding achievements and dedicated service supporting the people in their care.

Serco Australia Justice & Immigration Managing Director Michael Strickland welcomed the opportunity to recognise the achievements and valuable contributions of more than 1,500 Serco correctional staff making an impact through their work.

“Serco has provided outstanding service in corrections across the region for more than 15 years, working collaboratively with our government and community partners to help keep our communities safe,” Mr Strickland said.

“The unique and tailored rehabilitation, education and training programs delivered across all our facilities prepare those in our care for release and reintegration into society, equipping them with the knowledge and skills needed to turn their lives around.”

“Our dedicated staff act as important role models throughout each prisoner’s rehabilitation journey, facilitating opportunities for them to develop into responsible citizens, and ultimately improving their chance of success when they are released from our care.”

“National Corrections Day provides a great opportunity for us to celebrate the success of our people, recognise their dedication to making a positive difference every day and thank them for their service.”


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