Who we are
MTC is a global leader in corrections, operating 23 Job Corps centres, 21 correctional facilities, 11 prison and detention medical departments, five detention centres, and two workforce development sites worldwide – with a mission to help improve people’s lives. MTC is headquartered in Centreville, Utah and employs nearly 8,500 people.
Currently in correctional facilities and detention centres MTC is managing close to 33,000 men and women in the United States. In the United Kingdom, MTC also operates a secure training centre for young people.
Our Australian corrections experience encompasses:
- Borallon Correctional Centre contract to manage and operate was awarded by Queensland Corrective Services in 2000 and in 2005 Queensland Corrective Services extended the contract for a further two (2) years.
- Parklea Correctional Centre contract, where MTC-Broadspectrum is currently contracted by Corrective Services NSW to deliver a full range of operational services, including rehabilitation programs.
MTC currently educates and trains more than 20,400 vulnerable young people in its Job Corps centres, which address barriers to employment faced by low-income youth who are often disproportionally impacted by learning disabilities, mental health issues and a lack of family support.
MTC also provides safe and secure rehabilitation and transition services to over 22,000 prisoners. This includes providing rehabilitative programs to provide people the opportunity to improve and further develop the literacy, numeracy, and technical and life skills required to find and keep jobs. MTC also delivers industry-relevant training, tailored to local priorities and with the support of the local business community.
Troy is MTC Australia’s Managing Director. Troy brings an extensive senior leadership background in correctional facilities management, covering operational management, customer relationship management, and strategic planning and implementation. Troy’s experience spans 30 years, working alongside key government agencies and service providers. Troy brings particular expertise in rehabilitation, developing initiatives to maximise readiness for employment, and building community relationships to improve social outcomes.
Business Services Director
Sidd is MTC Australia’s Business Services Director, with overall responsibility of commercial and financial governance. Sidd brings over 22 years of financial management experience with expertise in correctional facility operations, extensive knowledge of crafting business solutions for private-public correctional projects gained across New South Wales, Victoria, Queensland and New Zealand jurisdictions. He has a strong background in project management, business planning, procurement, resource management, quality assurance, stakeholder engagement, and change management.
Operation Assurance Manager
Bernadette is an experienced executive leader working in government in various roles in the human service industries for 30 years. This includes an extensive career in justice, (adults and juveniles), covering aspects of operations and community corrections in NSW and the ACT. She has an extensive background in community services and child protection along with excellent corporate skills and experience in human resource management, industrial relations, major procurements, facilities management and general governance and administration.
Graduated from Western Sydney University in 2016 with a Bachelor of Business and Commerce (Management) and a Bachelor of Law, and was admitted as a Solicitor in May 2019. Katie has 3 years legal experience and 10 years experience as an assistant, and continues to provide support to Troy Ittensohn, Managing Director.