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Community correction orders

ALTERNATIVE LABELS
CCO
Community based orders
NARROWER TERMS


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Serious offending by people serving a Community Correction Order: 2019–20

This report analyses the number of people sentenced in 2019–20 for committing a serious offence while serving a community correction order (CCO). Also available is a complete list of serious offences current between 16 January 2012 and 30 June 2020.
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Serious offending by people serving a Community Correction Order: 2018–19

This report details the number of people sentenced in 2018-19 for committing a serious offence while serving a community correction order.
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Youth justice in Australia 2018–19

This report looks at young people who were under youth justice supervision in Australia during 2018–19 because of their involvement or alleged involvement in crime. It explores the key aspects of supervision, both in the community and in detention, as well as recent trends.
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Time served prison sentences in Victoria

A 'time served prison sentence' is a sentence of imprisonment imposed on an offender where the length of imprisonment is equal to the amount of time that the offender has spent on remand in custody. This report analyses the proportion of prison sentences that were...
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Report on Government Services 2019 Justice: Chapter 8 - Corrective services

This chapter reports on prison custody and a range of community corrections orders and programs for adult offenders which are delivered separately by the eight states and territories.
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Serious offending by people serving a Community Correction Order: 2017–18

In this report, the Council examines the number of people sentenced in 2017–18 for committing a serious offence while serving a community correction order. The report fulfils a requirement under the Corrections Act 1986 (Vic) for the Council to report annually on convictions for serious...
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Making community corrections work

This report provides a national overview of community corrections and outlines how community service, as the chief component of community corrections, can be made more effective through the involvement of commercial businesses.
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How much does prison really cost? Comparing the costs of imprisonment with community corrections

The purpose of this research was to calculate the total net cost of pathways through imprisonment and community corrections in Victoria, taking into account a range of direct and indirect costs and savings associated with a matched cohort of prisoners and offenders.
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Report on government services 2018: Justice - Chapter 8 Corrective services

This chapter reports on prison custody and a range of community corrections orders and programs for adult offenders which are delivered separately by the eight states and territories.
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Contravention of Community Correction Orders

This report assesses how many offenders contravene their Community Correction Order (CCO) by committing a new, imprisonable offence, or by failing to comply with another term or condition of the CCO.
Briefing paper

Punishment as Prevention 5.0

In July 2016, the Ethnic Communities’ Council of Victoria’s (ECCV) consulted with culturally diverse communities, parents, teachers and legal experts on lowering the age of control orders for children aged 14 in the Counter-Terrorism Legislation Amendment Bill (No.1) 2015.
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Parole and sentencing: research report

This report examines trends in setting non-parole periods for imprisonment sentences over the five years ending 30 June 2015. The report considers how the courts’ use of non-parole periods changed between 2010–11 and 2014–15 and the factors that influenced the length of non-parole periods imposed...
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Youth justice orders and supervision periods: 2012-13

This fact sheet summarises information on the number of supervised orders administered by state and territory youth justice agencies, and the periods of supervision experienced by young people in 2012–13.