Outer Metropolitan Multi-Purpose Correctional Centre
Outer Metropolitan Multi-Purpose Correctional Centre is a minimum security institution for male offenders that is within the John Morony Correctional Complex located 5 kilometres south of Windsor.
The Northern Road
Berkshire Park NSW 2756
Phone: (02) 4582 2222
Fax: (02) 4582 2349
Locked Bag 8651 SOUTH WINDSOR NSW 2756
How to get there
Regular train services stop at either Windsor or Mt Druitt railway stations. 674 Bus Windsor to Mt Druitt (WestBus) operates between Mt Druitt and Windsor railway station via the Complex on a limited service from Monday to Sunday including public holidays. Telephone 131 500 for current train/bus timetable information. City Rail Information
From Blacktown drive towards Richmond on the Richmond/Blacktown Road, then turn left into the Northern Road before the George Street roundabout. The John Morony Correctional Complex is 800 metres up the road on the left.
From Penrith drive towards Windsor on Cranebrook Road, turn right at the roundabout into The Northern Road, you will pass the Waste Services depot and just past this depot on the right is the John Morony Correctional Complex.
A visitor's car park is located to the left of the Centres’ main entrance.
No bookings required.
Saturdays, Sundays and Public Holidays - 8.15am – 11.00am & 12.15pm – 3.00pm.
Lunch is from 11.15am to midday. During this lunch break, visitors will NOT be able to enter or exit the visit section. Also visitors will NOT be processed between 11.15am - midday or after 2.45pm
Lockers are provided for safekeeping of your valuables. Locker keys are available from officers at the visits processing desk.
There is a restriction on the type and amount of property offenders are allowed to have. Please check with the correctional centre before deciding to bring anything in for an offender. You must not hand any property to offenders. Anything you are permitted to bring in must be given to the officer at the visits processing counter who will then pass it on to the relevant property processing officers.
As a visitor you may be required to submit to a search of personal belongings, walk through a metal detector unit or head to foot search with hand-held scanning devices. You may also be required to empty all your pockets and remove your shoes.
Many centres also conduct random scans of visitors by sniffer dogs, which are trained to detect prohibited drugs.
There is no restriction on the length of your visit (depending on session time and the current centre management situation).
Up to 4 adults and any number of children are allowed per visit. It is the offender's responsibility to keep visitors informed of their movements or transfers.
Visitors are not permitted to take food into the Centre. Food and drinks may be purchased throughout the day from vending machines. You must bring in coins as notes are not permitted to be brought in by visitors. Check with centre management on the amount of money allowed to be brought into the visits section.
Legal practitioners may visit 7 Days per week from 9am to 3pm. A letter must be sent to the Centre advising details of visit.
Laundry Services, Ration Packing, Print Unit and Ground Maintenance are all industry units within the centre. Accredited training supports all industries at the Outer Metropolitan Multi Purpose Correctional Centre which employs offenders giving them opportunity to learn new skills.
Offender Services & Programs
The Outer Metropolitan Multi Purpose Correctional Centre specialises in the delivery of services and group programs to address causes of offending and preparation for release. This includes psychological, welfare, alcohol and other drug, education and chaplaincy services.
The Outer Metropolitan Multi Purpose Correctional Centre has a strong emphasis on providing educational courses and vocational training. Offenders are encouraged to participate in literacy, numeracy, communication and information technology courses.
TAFE Certificate and Traineeship qualifications are linked to Corrective Services Industries employment and the RSPCA NSW - CS NSW Dog Rehabilitation Program, for example: packaging and assembly, laundry services, printing and animal welfare.
Accredited courses, with nationally recognised qualifications, are made available to inmates at each correctional centre.
The Adult Education and Vocational Training Institute (AEVTI) provides literacy, numeracy and communications courses in all centres. Many centres also offer vocational courses such as Information Technology, Horticulture, Construction, Visual Arts and Contemporary Craft.
AEVTI contracts TAFE NSW and other providers to deliver courses in a range of vocational areas such as Hospitality, Business Skills, Building, Cleaning, Transport, Aboriginal Studies, Horticulture and various WorkCover licenses.
AEVTI also co-ordinates traineeships and offers support for distance education.
Each centre has a library giving inmates access to a range of fiction, non-fiction and reference books. Inmates can also login to a secure internal network called the Inmate Legal Portal which gives them access to material of a legal nature.
For more information regarding these programs visit the AEVTI WebPage.
Special Program Units
There is a special program unit also adjoined with the Outer Metropolitan Multi Purpose Correctional Centre, the RSCPA NSW – CS NSW Dog Rehabilitation Program. This program rehabilitates canines for re-housing and offers specialised offender educational opportunities
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