Introducing Forensicare’s publications

Forensicare, its partners and key stakeholders provide a variety of publications for accountability, transparency, and education.

Quality Account

The Quality Account (formerly known as the Quality of Care Report) is a reporting initiative introduced at the request of our consumers in 2014. The report’s aim is to provide relevant and timely information about the quality of our services, and work with consumers to achieve shared goals.

2018-2019 Quality Account (Yanith Bilang)

2017-2018 Quality Account (Yanith Bilang)

2016-2017 Quality Account

2015 – 2016 Quality Account

2014-2015 Quality of Care Report

Strategic Plan

Forensicare’s Strategic Plans are developed in consultation with consumers, staff, government departments, criminal justice and mental health agencies, stakeholders and non-government agencies to deliver on our values and mission statement: to provide high-quality specialist clinical services that focus on consumer recovery. We also strive to support our workforce, build our translational research capacity, and work collaboratively with stakeholders to achieve better and safer outcomes for both consumers, and the community.

Strategic Plan 2018/19 – 2020/21

Strategic Plan 2015-2017

Annual Report

Forensicare’s annual report of operations, key financial and service performance for each financial year.

2019-20 Annual Report

2018-19 Annual Report

2017-18 Annual Report

2016-17 Annual Report

Research Publications

Forensicare, in partnership with the Centre for Forensic Behavioural Science, publishes  articles for academic journals and mental health publications.

2019-2020 Annual Research Report

2018-2019 Annual Research Report

2017-2018 Annual Research Report

2016 – 2017 Annual Research Report

2015 – 2016 Annual Research Report

2014-2015 Annual Research Report

Disability Action Plan

2020-23 Disability Action Plan

Gifts, benefits and hospitality register

In accordance with the Victorian Public Sector Commission (VPSC) guidelines, Forensicare makes its gifts, benefits and hospitality policy register available to the community.
All public sector employees have a duty to always put the public interest above their private interests when carrying out their official duties.
The policy outlines when potential, perceived or actual conflicts may occur and the steps that must be taken to avoid, disclose, mitigate and / or manage a conflict of interest.

Gifts, Benefits and Hospitality Policy
Forensicare Gifts Benefits and Hospitality Register 2018-19