Our solution significantly contributes to the ability of Government and Corrections Departments to positively impact recidivism in the Australian and New Zealand justice systems, as well as protect the community through the safe and humane management of offenders. We do this with care and dignity always and by working collaboratively with the community, NGOs, universities, Justice facilities and service operators.

Broadspectrum’s relational model of service delivery places those that interact with us, whether it be as a government employee, a service provider, a community worker or an offender, at the forefront, ensuring safe, secure and quality facilities and services.

Our local team is committed to building meaningful relationships with leading and effective community groups dedicated to reducing recidivism and are active participants in academic initiatives that aim for long-term social improvement.

We use our relationship with Ferrovial and U.K. based service provider, Amey, a Centre of Excellence in Asset Management and experience in Private Public Partnerships to balance operational efficiency with the rehabilitation and desistance responsibilities that come with working in the sector. Our collaboration enables a low-risk solution that draws upon learnings from sophisticated approaches in this space and our long history of outsourcing and transitions. Our partners can expect agile and ethical delivery with an experienced government service provider.

  • Operations
  • Electronic monitoring
  • Logistics
  • Offender management
  • Accommodation solutions
  • Officer recruitment and training
  • Court security
  • Offender transport
  • Soft services including meal preparation and service
Industry challenges

Integrated services

Whether a supplier can offer Integrated service offering with end-to-end service capability?


In an industry where outsourcing is still new, the associated benefits are not widely known



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