Leaving Prison for Good

Thursday, 26 April 2018 - 7:30pm

The fourth in the series of lectures and discussions covering a range of issues concerning the NZ criminal justice system, with a particular focus on the increasing prison population and the challenges this presents.  

The Department of Corrections’ Out of Gate service helps short-serving prisoners readjust to life beyond prison walls with the aim of steering them away from a life of crime.

The service assists offenders with the tangible things they need most when they come out of prison, such as a place to live, a job, identification and a bank account, and connection with family and community supports.

A team of frontline workers from Family Works Northern give a presentation on the Out of Gate service they provide to women released from Auckland Women’s Corrections Facility.


$10 for the series

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