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Department of Attorney General and Justice, NSW



The Department of Attorney General and Justice administers the courts, tribunals, laws and justice programs in New South Wales (NSW). The Department assists the NSW Government, Judiciary, Parliament and the community to promote social harmony through programs that protect human rights and community standards, and reduce crime. The Department plays a key role in the administration and development of a just and equitable legal system of courts, tribunals, laws and other mechanisms that further the principles of justice and contribute to the achievement of the goals of Government.

Corrective Services NSW is a branch of the Department of Attorney General and Justice. Corrective Services provides custodial and community-based services as an important element of the criminal justice system. They include correctional:

Corrective Services works in partnership with other government and non-government justice and human services agencies in regard to inmates in custody and offenders in the community.

Department of Attorney General and Justice and Corrective Services, NSW, abstract


Department of Attorney General and Justice NSW
160 Marsden Street
Parramatta NSW 2150
Locked Bag 5111
Parramatta NSW 2124
Ph: (02) 8688 7777
Fax: (02) 8688 7980


Last updated: 26 June 2012
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