Poster Presentations

Poster Presentations will be displayed for the duration of the conference in the poster display area in A0 size, portrait orientation.

Display Posters Due: COB Friday 6 December 2019

Display Poster Upload

Please use the tips and guidelines below to prepare your display poster. When providing a copy of your poster for the App and website, ensure your submission is in PDF format and named with the conference name, and the last and first name of the first (submitting) author: ANZSOC2019_Lastname_Firstname

Poster # Title Presenter Poster PDF
1. Costing Indigenous and non-Indigenous offender trajectories: Establishing better estimates to assist the evidence-base and prevent offending Dr Troy Allard
2. Access to Justice –The South Australian Journey:  Skilled Communication Assistance in the criminal justice space

Ms Cheryll Rosales

Ms Jennifer  Jacobs

Ms Tanya Turner

3. The Banksia Hill Detention Centre Project: Translation of our research in language diversity, language disorder and fetal alcohol spectrum disorder among sentenced youth. Ms Natalie Kippin
4. Dark Horse Justice: ‘Racing NSW – Corrective Services NSW Thoroughbred Rehabilitation Program’ as a case study for innovative justice Miss Ashlee Gore
5. Prison Spaces for Rehabilitation: Contemporary Applications Mrs Friederika Hackler
6. Norm Discrepancies and Gender Differences: Why Unacceptable Sexual Behaviours Occur in Australian Nightlife Settings Ms Aimee-Rose Wrightson-Hester
7. POLICE INVESTIGATING POLICE (PIP) Mrs Margaret  Howkins
8. Between a ROC and a hard place: The criminological implications of measures pertaining to eyewitness identification procedures. Mr Dominic Jordan
9. Mental Health & First Responders:  The forgotten crime costs. Mr Terry Flanders
10. Rosie Batty as change agent and policy entrepreneurs Ms Lisa Wheildon
11. CHANGING DIRECTION: Mental health needs of justice involved young people in Australia   Dr Jocelyn Jones

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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