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Local Justice Worker Program



The Local Justice Worker Program aims to support Koori offenders on orders to meet the conditions of their orders, by sourcing supervised community work opportunities in culturally-appropriate environments, as well as linking in to relevant programs and services available in the community.

Local justice workers work with the Sheriff's Office and Koories with outstanding fines to negotiate payment plans. They also act as a key point of contact between local Koori communities and justice agencies.

The Local Justice Worker Program is delivered by community organisations in 10 locations across Victoria, chosen based on the daily average number of Koori offenders reporting to Community Corrections Services offices in each region.

The program currently operates in:

The Local Justice Worker Program is a community-based initiative funded through the Victorian Aboriginal justice agreement (AJA)

Department of Justice Victoria abstract


Koori Justice Unit
Department of Justice Victoria
Level 18, 121 Exhibition Street
Melbourne Vic 3000
Ph: (03) 8684 1766
Fax: (03) 8684 1726


Last updated: 17 June 2016
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