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A new program aimed at increasing prisoner health-related awareness to improve reintegration outcomes is being launched at Acacia Prison today. It will be the largest rollout of the Red Cross Community Based Health and First Aid (CBHFA) program in the world so far.
A portrait of Victoria Cross recipient Cameron Stewart Baird will be put on permanent display at an Australian Defence Force base named in his honour.
Serco Group plc ('Serco' or 'the Group'), the international service company, through its Australian subsidiary, today announces that it has received notification of an initial two-year extension to its contract with the Australian Government’s Department of Home Affairs (the Department) for the provision of onshore immigration detention facilities and detainee services.
Serco Australia has been named winner of the Best Recruitment Campaign award at the 2019 Australian HR Awards.
Serco Australia is delighted to announce the appointment of Captain Scott Laughlin and Captain Paul Clarke who will lead the alternating crews operating Australia’s new icebreaker, the RSV Nuyina.
Serco Defence has been selected by the New Zealand Defence Force (NZDF) to provide specialist training services to the Royal New Zealand Navy (RNZN).
Three trainee Serco Tugmasters from Australia have successfully completed their training at Her Majesty’s Naval Base (HMNB) Portsmouth with the help of Serco colleagues in the UK.
Serco Group 2019 half year results 2019
Serco Citizen Services has been awarded a contract of up to ten-years by the Victorian Department of Justice and Community Safety to continue operating the road safety camera program across Victoria.
Clarence Correctional Centre operator, Serco, has appointed former NSW North Director for Custodial Corrections, Glen Scholes as General Manager of Australia’s largest and most state-of-the-art correctional centre.
Serco Defence has a proud history of providing fleet support services to the Royal Australian Navy (RAN). Under our Fleet Marine Services Contract, the Creswell Regional Support Office instructs the basics of sailing dinghies and yachts to Naval Officers completing the New Entry Officer Course. In support of these activities, Serco holds two surplus sailing craft at our Creswell office which we are donating to the local Australian Navy Cadet unit, TS Jervis Bay .
Building on Serco’s 26 years’ experience supporting Hong Kong in road and tunnel management, on Sunday 26 May the Serco Hong Kong team began operation of Hong Kong’s two newest road tunnels.
An official grand opening ceremony held on 24 May hosted by the Hong Kong government celebrated the opening of the Heung Yuen Wai Highway.
Students from Penrhos College have had the opportunity to try their hand at code cracking and hear from women working in science and technology careers as part of a new initiative developed by Serco and BT at Fiona Stanley Hospital.
Serco Asia Pacific has welcomed Serco Group plc’s acquisition of the Naval Systems Business Unit (NSBU) from Alion Science & Technology in the United States.
The commissioning of Australia’s new icebreaker, RSV Nuyina has reached a key milestone, with the vessel currently being readied for harbour acceptance trials in Romania next month.
Serco is today celebrating 30 years of service to the Australian public. On 1 May 1989 Serco Australia began operating in Western Australia with a small team providing facilities management services.
A unique mixed media piece created by an Acacia Prison inmate will be unveiled at the To Be Continued exhibition in Fremantle this week. Opening on April 12 at the Fremantle Arts Centre, the exhibition features contemporary works from Aboriginal artists across Western Australia.
Serco has been honoured with a Recognition of Support Award from the Defence Reserves Support Council acknowledging the strong contribution to Reservists in our organisation.
Australia’s newest icebreaker will dock in its home port of Hobart, Tasmania next year. As part of the preparations for the RSV Nuyina’s arrival, Serco Defence Electrical Engineering Manager Daniel Webster recently joined an Australian Antarctic Division (AAD) expedition to Macquarie Island aboard the current icebreaker Aurora Australis.
Serco Australia was this morning advised that the Queensland Government would take back the operations of Southern Queensland Correctional Centre (SQCC). This is the prerogative of Governments. However, the reasons for this decision, provided in the announcement, do not reflect the true picture of service at SQCC by Serco.