Using the right technology to improve prisoner productivity and rehabilitation

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Thursday, April 7th, 11:00 AEDT

Civil servants in ANZ are invited to join this virtual roundtable on ‘Using the right technology to improve prisoner productivity and rehabilitation’.

An expert moderator will guide the knowledge-sharing event, stimulating discussion between participants in a closed, confidential environment. Attendance is by invitation only and complimentary. Registration is limited to a select number of guests per event.

Using the right technology to improve prisoner productivity and rehabilitation 

Over the years, technology has transformed correctional facilities, specifically the inmate experience. The implementation of telehealth and the enablement of virtual visitations, online counselling, and digital education have gone a long way towards improving inmate welfare and reducing re-accreditation. 

However, challenges persist throughout the transformation and the user journey, with facilities continuing to use legacy systems and solutions. More recent innovations in technology have allowed better outcomes to be achieved in more manageable, cost-effective, and secure ways. Now, it is a matter of correctional facilities adopting and taking advantage of technology once again.

  • What challenges and setbacks are correctional facilities experiencing in providing inmates with technology and internet access? What are some solutions?
  • As the world continues to advance technologically, how can correctional facilities successfully rehabilitate inmates through technology? 
  • How can institutions build a secure and accessible digital infrastructure for inmates?

Attended by:

CEO at Yarrabah Aboriginal Shire Council
Director, Offender Rehabilitation at Queensland Corrective Services
Director Reducing Reoffending PMO at Corrective Services NSW
A/Principal Clinical Advisor at Department of Justice and Community Safety
Superintendent, Operations SQCP2 at The State of Queensland (Queensland Corrective Services)
Senior Manager, Cyber Security, Risk and Compliance at Australian Institute of Company Directors
Business Unit Manager at Department of Justice NSW
A/ Manager Offender Development at Queensland Corrective Services – Lotus Glen Correctional Centre
iSAFE IT and Data Management Program Manager at South Australian Government Department of Correctional Services
IT Project Technical Transition Lead (Clarence Correctional Centre) at Serco

For insight on this event, photos and guest interactions, see our post on LinkedIn.

10:55 AM: Guests to check-in online
11:00 AM: Welcome by The Ortus Club
11:10 AM: Short introduction from Google Chrome
11:15 AM: Discussion instigated by the moderator and continued by the group
12:15 AM: End of session

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