- Mission, Vision & Values
- Organisation Chart
- Bail Accommodation Support Program
Grant Funding Round 2015
The 2015 DCS Grant Funding Round is now open.
Please visit the DCS Projects page for more information.
Please click the links below to open the DCS Research documentation
DCS STRATEGIC PARTNERSHIPS ENGAGEMENT FRAMEWORK
Please click the link below to download the 2014-2016 DCS Strategic Partnerships Engagement Framework
BAIL ACCOMMODATION SUPPORT PROGRAM
REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL
Information available at www.tenders.sa.gov.au
Questions and answers (Q&As) relating to the Request for Proposal available here:
WELCOME TO DCS ONLINE
A message from the Chief Executive
The Department for Correctional Services has an important role in the criminal justice system in South Australia. This is reflected in the Department’s vision for:
"A safer community by protecting the public and reducing re-offending."
Most persons in custody will be released back into the community and many offenders supervised in the community following a court order will hopefully never go to prison. It is a key strategy that offenders under supervision by the Department are offered meaningful and targeted opportunities to address their offending behaviour to break the cycle of crime. This obviously needs to occur within a safety and security framework in prisons as well as for those under community supervision.
The Department employs more than 1600 staff and has responsibility for nine prisons and seventeen Community Correctional offices across the state. We strongly promote diversity and equity in our workforce, which directly contributes to greater effectiveness and better outcomes. The continued improvement of staff and organisational development is critical to achieving positive results for the community. That is our commitment. We are actively encouraging motivated people to seek a career with the Department. Please visit the employment section of this web site for relevant links to position and application information.
We are always interested to receive feedback and suggestions and are also happy to provide additional information about our organisation to interested people. Please use the “contact us” section of this site. We hope you find our web-site interesting and informative.