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PSA meeting with Minister Hazzard

PSA meeting with Minister Hazzard

PSA meeting with Minister Hazzard June 2015 (PDF version) Today, 4 June 2015, the PSA Assistant General Secretary and FACS delegates met with the Minister for Family & Community Services, Brad Hazzard and senior representatives of the Department. The Minister was very supportive and responded positively to most issues raised by the PSA. The Family & Community Services Head Office is going through a major…

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Industrial action at the MRRC

Industrial action at the MRRC

Department of Corrective Services POVB Bulletin Industrial Action at the MRRC June 2015 (PDF version) On Tuesday 26 May, the General Manager of the MRRC, without warning, summarily removed three members of the IAT from their duties. This removal from IAT was immediate and permanent. Members report the General Manager cited “rumours that indicated misconduct”. The Sub-Branch commenced a meeting during their meal break, and…

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NSW jails about to hit breaking point, reopen Grafton: union - The Daily Examiner

NSW jails about to hit breaking point, reopen Grafton: union - The Daily Examiner

The case for reopening Grafton gaol just keeps getting stronger. Read The Daily Examiner article HERE

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Update - dispute about your flexible working hours

Update - dispute about your flexible working hours

Update - Dispute about your flexible working hours 29 May 2015 (PDF version) Over the past two months, the PSA has met with management and members at Lithgow, Cessnock and Mid North Coast correctional centres. While these negotiations have continued, the PSA has won the agreement of Corrective Services NSW to suspend the directions restricting the working hours of Offender Services and Program (OS&P) staff…

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Long Bay closure puts pressure on to reopen Grafton Jail -  The Northern Star

Long Bay closure puts pressure on to reopen Grafton Jail - The Northern Star

Reports that the Baird Government is considering closing Long Bay gaol is hardly a solution to prison overcrowding. Read The Northern Star article HERE

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