Communities and Justice

About us

The Department of Communities and Justice (DCJ) works with children, young people, adults, families and communities to deliver services with a unified and collaborative approach with the objective of achieving a vibrant, sustainable and inclusive community. 

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Our work and engaging with us

Find out about DCJ and how to do business with us, our Apology to the Stolen Generations, statistics and research, and information on daylight saving in NSW.

About DCJ's structure, purpose and priorities.
How to register for tenders and business opportunities, our business ethics, contracts and DCJ ABN.
Official apology from DCJ to the Aboriginal people of NSW, especially those from Stolen Generations.
Find out about the Communities and Justice Ministers.
Media releases, statements and news, information for journalists and filming and image requests.
Give us feedback and share your opinions on new projects, services and government policy.
Key tracking data on how DCJ is improving outcomes for clients, including dashboards and summaries.
Find information about FACSIAR and our research, analysis, statistics, seminars and publications.
Sets out the population outcomes the NSW Government seeks to achieve in delivery of human services.
Supporting DCJ to deliver evidence-based policy and practice, improving community outcomes.
Find out about the memorial for the survivors of abuse at the former Parramatta Girls Home.
When daylight saving is observed in NSW, how time is regulated, history and past dates.
Last updated:

03 Jul 2024