The Sentence Administration Board is established under section 171 of the Crimes (Sentence Administration) Act 2005 which provides the framework for board operations and the legislative power for the board to make decisions. Additionally the Act provides for legislative functions to be implemented in a manner that upholds human rights.
Under the Act:
There are three overarching principles that the board must bear in mind when making its decisions: human rights, the public interest and natural justice.
Expressions of Interest - Non Judicial Members
The ACT Government is seeking persons of diverse backgrounds across private, government and community sectors who have knowledge or experience in relation to the functions that are excercised by the Sentence Administration Board. Women and members of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community are particularly encouraged to apply.
How to apply:
To apply, applicants are asked to submit an expression of interest (maximum four A4 pages) detailing their knowledge, skills and experience against the selection criteria and a current CV.