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RFQ - Youth Justice Custodial Services

Issued by Department of Justice and Community Safety

Request For Quote

Status: Closed
Number: RFQ 008 - 18-19
UNSPSC: 39000000 - Electrical Systems and Lighting and Components and Accessories and Supplies - (100%)

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users Victor Sinha
Type Technical
phone OFFICE: (03) 0386840978
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email Victor.Sinha@justice.vic.gov.au

Description

 

The Department of Justice and Community Safety (the department), through its Youth Justice (YJ) Division is responsible for the rehabilitation and supervision of children and young people in the criminal justice system. Community YJ functions are delivered across Victoria, while YJ custodial services are delivered across two sites – the Parkville Youth Justice Precinct in central Melbourne and the Malmsbury Youth Justice Precinct in regional Victoria.

 Youth Justice Custodial Services

Youth Justice Custodial Services aim to engage young people in change by addressing their offending behaviour and equipping them with the skills required for positive community participation, within a safe and secure environment.

The two Youth Justice Custodial Precincts in Victoria are managed by the department.

Malmsbury Youth Justice Precinct comprises two youth justice centres and is located approximately 100 kilometres north of Melbourne. Malmsbury Youth Justice Precinct accommodates young men aged 15-20 years when remanded or sentenced to a Youth Justice Centre Order in a mixture of low and high security residential units.

Parkville Youth Justice Precinct comprises two youth justice centres and is located in the inner northern Melbourne suburb of Parkville, approximately five kilometres from the central business district. Parkville Youth Justice Precinct accommodates:

  • 10-14 year old males (remanded or sentenced)
  • 15-18 year old young men (remanded or sentenced)
  • 10-17 year old females (remanded or sentenced)
  • 18-21 year old women sentenced to a Youth Justice Centre Order by the Magistrates', County and Supreme Courts.

Youth Justice Custodial Services aim to ensure:

  • Safe and secure youth justice custodial facilities for young people and staff
  • Young people are rehabilitated with reduced likelihood of further offending
  • Factors associated with offending are addressed through evidence-based programs
  • Young people with complex and challenging behaviours are provided with integrated and well-coordinated services that meet their individual needs.

Specification Documents help

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Attachment 1 LIDP Template Electrical Maint
enance and Repair Services
(Ver 1 - 19 Mar, 2019) Extention for Attachment 1  LIDP Template  Electrical Maintenance and Repair Services.DOCX
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Request for Quote Provision of Electrical Ma
intenance and Repair Works YJ Precincts
(Ver 1 - 19 Mar, 2019) Extention for Request for Quote  Provision of Electrical Maintenance and Repair Works  YJ Precincts.DOC
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Addendum 1 to RFQ 008 1819
(Ver 1 - 27 Mar, 2019) Extention for Addendum 1 to RFQ 008 1819.DOC
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Current Sessions

Mon, 1 Apr 2019 10:00 AM AEDT Melbourne, Victoria - Site Visit will be held at 121 Exhibition St, Melbourne.
Parkville On-site visit


Tue, 2 Apr 2019 1:00 PM AEDT Melbourne, Victoria - Site Visit will be held at 121 Exhibition St, Melbourne.
Malmsbury On-site visit

Malmsbury on-site visit - 1:30pm - 3:00pm.



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