Prison preachers

Book | Opening the Doors: A Prison Chaplain’s Life On The Inside | Paul Gill Review by GARY DAVIDSON Author Paul Gill served as senior prison chaplain and coordinating chaplain at Western Australia’s Casuarina Pris

The case for suspended sentences

The Tasmanian Government is currently looking into abolishing suspended sentences and replacing them with a range of alternative sentencing options for people who have committed a criminal offence.

‘Out Into the Cold – Where to Now? ’

“Our concern centres on the fact that the apparent rehabilitation of Mr Chan and Mr Sukumaran was not taken into account. Rehabilitation is a fundamental aspect of successful prison systems.