In 2018/19, Corrections expects to receive a total income of $1,962.9 million:
- $1,932.1 million in revenue from the Crown
- $30.8 million from other sources.
Corrections expects to incur $1,965.7 million of expenditure, including $1,572.7 million in operating expenditure and $393 million in capital expenditure.
Corrections’ expected operating expenditure covers:
- just over $1,034 million (65.8 percent of the Vote) for the provision of custodial services
- just over $236 million (15 percent of the Vote) for the management and delivery of sentences and orders served in the community, and electronic monitoring of people on bail
- just over $231 million (14.7 percent of the Vote) for the provision of case management and interventions designed to address the underlying causes of criminal re-offending
- just over $66 million (4.2 percent of the Vote) for the provision of information about offenders to victims of crime, the Judiciary and the New Zealand Parole Board. This also covers the provision of administrative, financial and secretariat services to the New Zealand Parole Board.
- just over $2.5 million (0.2 percent of the Vote) for the provision of advice to support decision-making by Ministers on government policy matters.
- just under $2 million (0.1 percent of the Vote) for the Department’s responses to ministerial correspondence and parliamentary questions.
A loss of $2.75 million is expected, related to third party revenue shortfall.
Corrections’ expected capital expenditure covers just over $393 million for the purchase or development of assets.
An additional capital injection of just over $272 million has been authorised for the purpose of increasing prison capacity.
Summary of estimated expenditure to 30 June 2022
Multi category appropriation output expenses