Programmed proudly provides operations, maintenance, and facility management services to the Department of Justice. It is also pleased to foster collaborative relationships and provide an efficient service to staff, prison residents, and the community. 

Prisons are a place of rehabilitation and integration, where residents are given the opportunity to reshape their lives. The collaboration between Programmed and all its stakeholders is essential for an effective and meaningful outcome for all involved.

Programmed’s partnership with the Department of Justice spans over many years. Currently, it includes over 42 regional and metropolitan prisons, community, and juvenile justice centres, providing reactive and planned maintenance, project works and strategic asset management advice. 

Programmed is also responsible for prison residents’ labour management across its current portfolio of prison facilities, which sees many of the services, including soft services, delivered by residents.

The Department of Justice and the State Government Agency is responsible for looking after offenders in Australia’s prisons and detention centres, as well as people on probation, parole, and other community orders. The building portfolio in the metropolitan area includes adult custodial centres, Youth Justice Operations facilities, prison work camps and other premises.

Programmed looks forward to continuing to collaborate and support its customers and communities within the corrective services system and continuing to contribute to the rehabilitation of prisoners through its services.

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