For visiting times, booking details, public transport details and conditions for visits look at our list of Correctional Centres and select the centre that you would like to visit.
The COPPS contains policies and procedures about visiting a correctional centre and matters affecting inmates.
Information for Legal Practitioners
Under certain circumstances, inmates may be visited by a medical specialist of their own choice rather than by those contracted to Justice Health (JH).
In such cases, the visiting professional should contact Justice Health in the first instance.
Information for Families and Friends after a Death in Custody - Arabic (عربي)
Information for Families and Friends after a Death in Custody - Chinese ( )
Information for Families and Friends after a Death in Custody - Vietnamese ( )
See frequently asked questions.
The Children and Families of Offenders Steering Committee (CFOSC) aims to achieve better outcomes for children and families of offenders by addressing in a timely manner issues and concerns that have been raised by staff, families, and friends. To do this effectively, the CFOSC draws support from all sections of Corrective Services NSW (CSNSW) which are directly involved in service delivery to visitors in correctional centres.
The CFOSC meets every two months and is chaired by the Assistant Commissioner, Strategic Policy and Planning with representatives from SHINE for Kids and the Community Restorative Centre. Two Official Visitors are also included in the Committee.
Family Matters: A strategy for Service and Program Provision to Children and Families of Offenders
Frequently asked questions