Tasmania Prison Service


Your search for 'Northern Regional Prison project' returned 65 results

  • Contact and visits

    Access to the various ways to contact or visit a prisoner at the Tasmania Prison Service, including information for legal representatives.

  • ANNEXURE A Visit Rules 10102017.pdf (PDF, 278.5 KB)

    There are many rules and requirements to follow when visiting a Tasmanian prison facility. The rules summarised within ensure the safety of the public, prisoners, detainees and staff. Please note they are subject to change so any instruction you receive directly from the prison or Correctional Officers overrides this document.

  • 1 10 Searching [Redacted].pdf (PDF, 20.0 MB)

    The Director's Standing Order on Searching provides procedures for the categories of searches which may be conducted on prisoners, visitors, staff, property and prison facilities in order to maintain the safety and security of prison facilities. This document is a redacted version for public release.

  • Kids' days

    A time for mums and dads in prison to have a special visit with their children at the Tasmania Prison Service

  • Other positions

    Find out about employment in a non-uniformed position at the Tasmania Prison Service.

  • 2 11 Transport Costs DSO VER 2.0.pdf (PDF, 426.5 KB)

    This Director's Standing Order is in place to ensure prisoners who are unable to pay for, or arrange other means of, transportation to their place of residence following their release from custody are able to apply for financial assistance from the Tasmania Prison Service.

  • Recruitment process

    The recruitment process for correctional officers at the Tasmania Prison Service.

  • Publications

    Guidelines, frameworks and other Tasmania Prison Service publications.

  • 4 06 Official Visitors DSO (PDF, 208.1 KB)

    The Official Visitor Program provides prisoners with an avenue for raising issues and having complaints investigated externally. Official Visitors are to receive and investigate complaints, and inquire into the treatment, behaviour and conditions of prisoners.

  • Careers

    Information about current employment opportunities with the Tasmania Prison Service.

  • TPS Core Performance Framework.pdf (PDF, 99.4 KB)

    The Core Performance Framework outlines core competencies and values that Tasmania Prison Service staff are to employ. The framework has been developed to reflect a cultural change within the organisation by providing a framework to support leadership and reinforcing the organisation's values and commitment to equality and diversity.

  • Art for sale

    This artistic program gives prisoners an outlet for expression.

Page 3 of 4 pages. Previous | Next

Updated: 1st January 2021