Concurrent Panel

Matthew Ball1, Lorana Bartels2, Isabelle Bartkowiak-Théron3, Angela Dwyer3, Patricia Easteal2, Michele Grossman4, Jackie Hallam5, Roberta Julian3, Nicole L Asquith6, Leanne Sargent7 1 QUT 2 Uni of Canberra 3 UTas 4 VU 5 ATCD, Tasmania 6 WSU 7 Victoria Police Since 2014, academics and policing scholars from across Australia have...
  • August 30, 2016
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Matthew Ball1, Lorana Bartels2, Isabelle Bartkowiak-Théron3, Angela Dwyer3, Patricia Easteal2, Michele Grossman4, Jackie Hallam5, Roberta Julian3, Nicole L Asquith6, Leanne Sargent7 1 QUT 2 Uni of Canberra 3 UTas 4 VU 5 ATCD, Tasmania 6 WSU 7 Victoria Police Since 2014, academics and policing scholars from across Australia have...
  • August 30, 2016
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Dr Ruth McCausland 1*, Dr Mindy Sotiri 2, Ms Alison Churchill 3, Professor Eileen Baldry 4 1 School of Social Sciences, UNSW 2 Community Restorative Centre 3 Community Restorative Centre 4 School of Social Sciences, UNSW 1 ‘What gets measured gets managed’: The problem with evaluation of post-release diversionary...
  • August 13, 2016
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Dr Ruth McCausland 1*, Dr Mindy Sotiri 2, Ms Alison Churchill 3, Professor Eileen Baldry 4 1 School of Social Sciences, UNSW 2 Community Restorative Centre 3 Community Restorative Centre 4 School of Social Sciences, UNSW 1 ‘What gets measured gets managed’: The problem with evaluation of post-release diversionary...
  • August 13, 2016
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Dr Marie Segrave1,  Rebecca Powell2,  Dr Synnove Jahnsen3,  Dr Kat Hadjimatheou4,  Dr Sanja Milivojevic5,  1 Senior Lecturer in Criminology at Monash University and a DECRA Fellow (2014-2018, Irregular Migration Labour Exploitation) 2 Managing-Director of the Border Crossing Observatory and a PhD Candidate...
  • August 13, 2016
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Jude McCulloch1, Kate Fitz-Gibbon1, Marie Segrave1, JaneMaree Maher1 1 School of Social Sciences, Monash University Risking women’s lives: The contrasting approaches to the risk of family violence and ‘terrorism’. Jude McCulloch* *Jude McCulloch: jude.mcculloch@monash.edu Focusing on Australia this paper compares and contrasts the approach...
  • August 13, 2016
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Jude McCulloch1, Kate Fitz-Gibbon1, Marie Segrave1, JaneMaree Maher1 1 School of Social Sciences, Monash University Risking women’s lives: The contrasting approaches to the risk of family violence and ‘terrorism’. Jude McCulloch* *Jude McCulloch: jude.mcculloch@monash.edu Focusing on Australia this paper compares and contrasts the approach...
  • August 13, 2016
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J.Stubbs1*,  D. Chappell, 3 R Homel, 4 K. Carrington,4  R. Hogg,5  J Bargen 6 1 Faculty of Law UNSW 2 Facutly of Law, University of Sydney 3 Griffith Criminology Institute, Griffith University 4 School of Justice, Queensland University of Technology...
  • August 13, 2016
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J.Stubbs1*,  D. Chappell, 3 R Homel, 4 K. Carrington,4  R. Hogg,5  J Bargen 6 1 Faculty of Law UNSW 2 Facutly of Law, University of Sydney 3 Griffith Criminology Institute, Griffith University 4 School of Justice, Queensland University of Technology...
  • August 13, 2016
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Laura Wajnryb McDonald1, David Tait1, Rick Sarre2 1 Western Sydney University 2 University of South Australia Just as it is changing almost every aspect of social life, digital technology is transforming justice processes too. Indeed, the move towards ‘virtual’ justice means that courts of...
  • August 13, 2016
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