Department of Juvenile Justice

Service Description

Responsible for the care and supervision of young offenders in the community and in juvenile justice centres. It provides programs to juvenile offenders, aged 10-18 years of age, to address their behaviour and reduce risks of reoffending. Support services include assessment reports to assist courts with sentencing, supervision of juveniles placed on probation, good behaviour bonds or parole, support for bail and remand, participation in forensic programs and community services, and assistance with accommodation, employment, and returning to school.

http://www.juvenile.justice.nsw.gov.au

02 9215 3399

djj@djj.nsw.gov.au

02 9215 3300

64-76 Kippax St
Surry Hills, NSW, 2010

Transport Options

Train, Bus

Hours of Operation

Mon-Fri; 9am-5pm

Accessibility

Referral System

Court mandated

Service Fees

No

Languages (other than English)

No

Disability Access

Yes. Ramps

Organisational Information

Area Served

Sydney Metro

Parent Organisation

NSW Department of Justice

Other Information

Volunteering Opportunities

No

Last Updated: 24 November 2017

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