The state of rehabilitation competency frameworks today •Over 100 different rehabilitation competency frameworks already exist •Profession-, setting-, health condition-specific •Significant variation in terminology, concepts, structure and specificity •Professional level Enter The functions of OICS are set out in section 17 of the Inspector of Correctional Services Act 2017 (ACT) (ICS Act). Act Corrective Services Articles [in 2020] See Act Corrective Services referencesand Act Corrective Services Jobs or Act Corrective Services Commissioner . Correctional Service is the provider of custodial correctional services for both sentenced and remand detainees. The legal framework that sets out the functions and powers, and guarantees the independence of the Inspector of Correctional Services, is set out in the Inspector of Correctional Services Act 2017 (ACT).. In May 2018, the ACT Government announced the appointment of Mr Neil McAllister to the RECOMMENDATION 2 4.154 The Committee recommends that ACT Corrective Services undertake enhanced training and programs to support rehabilitation practitioners at the AMC in their compilation, capture, management and retrieval of data on rehabilitation at the AMC. ii STUDENT NUMBER: 3691 546 7 DECLARATION I declare that OFFENDERS’ RIGHTS WITH REGARD TO REHABILITATION IN SOUTH AFRICA is my own work and that all the sources that I have used or quoted have been indicated and acknowledged by means of complete references and that this work has not detainee, the ACT government make provision for the agency to fulfil this obligation. They are to: • examine and review correctional centres1 and correctional services; 1 Section 7 of the ICS Act defines ‘correctional centre’ broadly and it includes adult correctional centres and youth detention places. Amendments to the Correctional Services Regulation Commencement of certain sections of the Correctional Matters Amendment Act, 2011 (Act 50 of 2011) CORRECTIONAL SERVICES ACT 111 of 1998 %28all latest amendments included%29 up to 2015 Correctional Services Regulations 2004 as amended on 25 April 2012 DCS Act 111 of 2008 The Indigenous Strategic Framework guides the management of Indigenous prisoners and offenders in Corrections across Australia and New Zealand. Correctional Service National Policy acknowledges the framework of Government of PNG sectoral policies, and legislation that may impact upon to the operation of Correctional Service at Headquarters and at Institutional level. The Indigenous Strategic Framework guides the management of Indigenous prisoners and offenders in Corrections across Australia and New Zealand. It was developed by the Corrective Services Administrators Council (CSAC) Indigenous Issues Working Group and endorsed by the Corrective Services Ministerial Council (CSMC) in July 2016. As a task therefore, we must redirect our inmates from a path of crime and in so doing, we must audit our inmates, educate them and impart a … Legal Framework Legislation. requirement ensures the systematic and preventative approach to oversee ACT Corrective Services (ACTCS) and facilities, allowing the Inspector to conduct proactive reviews to identify the strengths and areas for improvement for correctional centres in the ACT. The Department of Correctional Services’ contribution fits squarely in the fifth element: rehabilitation and redemption. the Correctional Services and may, as he thinks fit, issue ~m~;~~~l orders (in this Act referred to as standing orders) consistent ,tration of with the provisions of this Act and any instrument made tional Ser- thereunder, for the management and operation of correc- vices. Why develop a Rehabilitation Competency Framework? The Corrections Management Act 2007 (ACT) is the most relevant legislation that sets out the framework for the management, treatment and care … It was developed by the Corrective Services Administrators' Council (CSAC) Indigenous Issues Working Group and endorsed by the Corrective Services Ministerial Council (CSMC) in July 2016.