Regional projects in several Australia jurisdictions are currently improving regional service delivery by leveraging existing programs.
Effective projects at a regional level tend to work as a process of action learning.
Reformers make minor adjustments to administrative program arrangements, and to restorative processes, so that processes work as-well-as-possible, providing locally and culturally appropriate responses.
In addition to fine-tuning practice &/or adding new programs within the justice system and beyond, there is a need to coordinate services to improve cooperation and collaboration – so minimising gaps in service and service duplication:
|JUSTICE SYSTEM REFORM POSSIBILITIES||COORDINATION for SERVICE REFORM||BROADER SYSTEMIC REFORM POSSIBILITIES|
|DIVERSION SENTENCING- SUPPORT MONITORING POST-SENTENCE YOUTH DETENTION &PRISON GOVERNANCE PRE-RELEASE||Regular structured review of inter-agency cooperation and collaboration to support integrated housing, health, education, work, welfare & justice responses||FAMILIES |
HEALTH RESIDENTIAL CARE SUPPORTED ACCOMMODATION SOCIAL HOUSING COMMUNITY ORGANISATIONS WORKPLACES