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Child Sex Offender Rehabilitation

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From: M Taylor

Dear Department of Corrections,

In relation to the Specialist Treatment Units known as 'Kia Marama' and 'Te Piriti'
I request the following information under the Official Information Act 1982:

1 :
How many people are wait listed to attend each program?

2 :
What is the criteria that decides which unit an offender attends and when?

3 :
How many people are currently attending these treatment programs and please provide a breakdown by ethnicity.

4 :
How many people have been involuntarily exited from these programs for years 2019 to 2021 and for what reasons.
Please also provide a breakdown of ethnicity of failed participants.

5 :
How many people have voluntarily exited from these programs for years 2019 to 2021

6 :
How many people are currently attending post programme treatment "graduates" ?

7 :
How often are these programmes audited and when was the last one undertaken?

8 :
How much more effective are these programmes compared to 1 on 1 psychological services?

9 :
What percentage of offenders are transferred away from their region to attend?

10 :
How many offenders complete the programme and are then subject to an Extended Supervision Order?

11 :
How many complaints were made against staff at Kia Marama and Te Piriti in the years 2019 to 2021?

Questions regarding post incarceration ;

12 : What is the current occupancy of 'Te Korowai' unit in Wellington?

13 : Is there are wait list for placement at Te Korowai? If so, how many people are wait listed.

14 : What is the criteria that determines whether an ex-prisoner can be housed at Te Korowai?

15 : What is the average length of time of residency at Te Korowai?

16 : Given the current housing crisis in Aotearoa, does corrections have a plan going forward to address the shortage of housing for child sex offenders?

Yours faithfully,

M Taylor

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The Ministerial Services Team

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Kia ora,

 

Thank you for your email of 27 September 2021 requesting information
relating to the Specialist Treatment Units known as 'Kia Marama' and 'Te
Piriti'.

 

Please be advised your request has been received and will be considered
under the Official Information Act 1982.

 

Please note that our response letter to you (with your personal details
redacted), and any enclosed documents, may be published on Corrections’
website.

 

Ngâ mihi | Kind regards,

 

Ministerial Services

Department of Corrections, Ara Poutama Aotearoa

a: National Office, Mayfair House, 44-52 The Terrace, Wellington 6011

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Kia ora,

 

Please find attached correspondence from Corrections.

 

Thanks,

Ministerial Services

Ara Poutama Aotearoa, Department of Corrections

a: National Office, Mayfair House, 44 -52 The Terrace, Wellington 6011

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