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General overview

Stage of development: Complete

Policy sector: Criminal justice

Date outcomes contract signed: Jul 2016

Start date of service provision: Sep 2016

Capital raised (minimum): 0 (USD 0)

Service users: 3k+ individuals


The On TRACC (Transition Reintegration and Community Connection) program aims to support parolees to reintegrate successfully into the community and reduce re-offending. The intensive support program aims to provide individualised support to parolees, particularly in the first 16 weeks of parole. It works to support parolees to successfully reintegrate into the community following their release from prison. The program will complement and build on existing support services for parolees provided by Corrective Services NSW.

Target population

Up to 3,900 adult parolees with a medium to high risk of reoffending, released to supervision in selected Sydney metropolitan areas.



  • Australia

Service delivery locations

  • Sydney, New South Wales

Outcome metrics

  • Reduced rate of re-incarceration in the 12 months post release.
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