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33rd Annual Australian & New Zealand Society of Criminology

2021 ANZSOC Online Conference Program

Wednesday 8th –  Friday 10th December 2021

Registration to the online conference includes access to the full program below, the Meeting Hub, Sponsors Hall, Presentation Gallery and all virtual networking sessions. Attendees do not need to identify which sessions they wish to attend before the event.

Session recordings will be available for on-demand viewing for all registered delegates for 4 months post event.

The provisional program will be updated regularly as planning proceeds and is subject to change.

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WEDNESDAY 8 DECEMBER 2021

0830 – 0930 (AEST) OPENING PLENARY SESSION

Conference Opening

  • Welcome to Country
  • Conference Welcome
  • President’s Address
  • Housekeeping
0930 – 1030 (AEST) CONCURRENT SESSION #1
PANEL: The development, impact and reach of Australian border policies
Youth Crime Prevention COVID-19 and Crime
PANEL: Listening to victim-survivors of gender-based violence to inform criminal justice policy Perceptions and Attitudes towards Child Sex Offending
Technology, Violence and Victimisation
PANEL: Using theoretical frameworks to explore policing issues
Place, Race and Politics Roundtable and Book Launch
Digital Abuse
Chair: Rebecca Powell Chair: Hannah Klose Chair: Shelley Walker  Chair: Ellen Reeves  Chair: Nadine Mckillop Chair: Susann Wiedlitzka Chair: Janet Ransley Prof. Murray Lee, Dr Godwin Masuka Chair: Diarmaid Harkin
‘I still call Australia home’: Risk based policy and the individual impacts of s501 deportation policy on convicted New Zealanders, Rebecca Powell A Public Health Response to Youth Involvement in Violence, Hannah Klose, Dr Faith Gordon Digital frontier technologies, COVID-19, and crime: A new threat in risky times?, Dr Sanja Milivojevic Domestic Violence Disclosure Schemes (Clare’s Law): Victim / Survivor Perspectives, Dr Charlotte Barlow Anti-stigma intervention for public attitudes toward minor-attracted persons in Australia: Building on Jara and Jeglic, Dr Nadine Mckillop “H8chan is starting the race war” – Hate online after IRL attacks, Dr Susann Wiedlitzka Can a procedurally just flyer change subsequent speeding and traffic offending behaviour: The Queensland Speeding Engagement Trial (QSET), A/Prof. Lyndel Bates Place, Race and Politics Roundtable and Book Launch – click here for more information
 
 
Technology-based responses to technology-facilitated domestic and family violence: An overview of the limits and possibilities of tech-based ‘solutions’, Dr Diarmaid Harkin
‘Why are you scared?’…‘because you’re a Deportee’: Moral Panic and Crimmigration towards Returnees in the Pacific Islands, Henrietta McNeill The Youth Partnership Project: Practice learnings on providing the right support, to the right young people, at the right time to prevent youth offending, Hannah Woodward The effects of COVID and associated restrictions on interactions with law enforcement for people who who use drugs: Preliminary findings, Dr Shelley Walker The Batty Effect: Victim-Survivors and Domestic and Family Violence Policy Change, Lisa Wheildon Using Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis (IPA) to conceptualize child sexual offending in Pakistan, Sobia Masood Technology-Facilitated Violence: A Critical Concept Explication, Jackson Wood, Flynn Pervan Predicting road offending: The effect of formal, informal, and vicarious deterrence mechanisms, Eslam Hassan Digital coercive control: A study of women’s experiences of help-seeking in metropolitan and regional Victoria, Jess Woolley
On Repeat? The continuation of Australia’s Offshore Detention Policies, Meg Randolph Multi Agency Support Team – A qualitative evaluation of a crime prevention program supporting young people and their families, Dr Marg Camilleri
‘Incredible women’: Women’s accounts of being misidentified as predominant aggressors in Victoria’s family violence intervention order system, Ellen Reeves The NSW Child Protection Register: Exploring the experiences and perceptions of practitioners, Kate Smithers Street-Based Sex Work in a Digital Age, Dr Katie Hail-Jares “So-called Revenge Porn”: The Importance of Terminology and the Role of News Media Reporting in the Prevention of Violence Against Women, Michelle Gissara
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1030 – 1200 (AEST) PLENARY SESSION

Plenary Panel 1: Barriers to Reducing Gendered Violence

  • Moderator: A/Prof. Kate Fitz-Gibbon
    Director, Monash Gender and Family Violence Prevention Centre, Associate Professor in Criminology, Faculty of Arts, Monash University
  • Dr. Heather Nancarrow
    Adjunct Professor of Practice, Monash University, Adjunct Research Fellow, Griffith University
  • Angela Lynch
    CEO Women’s Legal Service (QLD)
  • The Honourable Marcia Neave AO
    Commissioner, Commission of Inquiry into the Responses of Tasmanian Government Institutions to Child Sexual Abuse in Institutional Settings
  • Senator Dorinda Cox
    Greens Senator for Western Australia
1200 – 1230 Lunch Break
1230 – 1330 (AEST) CONCURRENT SESSION #2
Understanding and Preventing Domestic and Family Violence 1
Youth Justice PANEL: Leading through a Protracted Crisis: Covid-19 Insights from the Field
PANEL: Family Violence and the Benefits of Multidisciplinary Perspective Child Sexual Abuse and Technology
PANEL: Policing Muslims in Australia: The importance of procedural justice policing for promoting trust and cooperation
Historical Perspectives on Crime and Justice PANEL: Digiqueer criminology
Chair: Harry Blagg  Chair: Dr Estrella Pearce  Chairs: Stuart Bartels and Jenny Cartwright Chair: Caroline Spiranovic Chair: Rachel Loney-Howes Chair: Kristina Murphy Chair: Ausma Bernot  Chair: Justin Ellis
Decolonising Responses to Aboriginal Family Violence: The Role of Law and Culture, Prof. Harry Blagg Changing the sentence: Overseeing Queensland’s youth justice reforms, Marian McCreath

Leading through a Protracted Crisis: Covid-19 Insights from the Field

Panel Facilitator: Stuart Bartels APM, Executive Director, Australian Institute of Police Management

Family Violence Risk Assessment and The Need for Wholistic Perspectives that Look Beyond the Individual, Dr Caroline Spiranovic Preventing child sexual abuse material (CSAM) offending: A review of initiatives and the evidence, Alexandra Gannoni, Dr Alexandra Voce Promoting Muslims’ solidarity with police and willingness to report terrorism threats: The importance of procedural justice, Prof. Kristina Murphy Path dependency: The convict and the pauper system of Tasmania, Dr Emma Watkins A fairy tale gone wrong: Social media, recursive hate and the politicisation of Drag Queen Storytime, Dr Justin Ellis
Decolonising Family Violence Intervention Orders in the South Sudanese Australian (SSA) Community in Victoria, Akuch Anyieth What is behind the fall in the number of Aboriginal young people in custody?, Dr Neil Donnelly Policing family violence: To what extend can police effectively broker public health services? Implications for vulnerable people, Dr Isabelle Bartkowiak-théron Alternative and confidential sexual assault reporting options: An analysis of informal reports of sexual assault made to a digital reporting tool in Australia, Dr Rachel Loney-howes, A/Prof. Georgina Heydon Justice is in the eye of the beholder: A vignette study of Muslims’ perceived stigma and trust in police, Dr Natasha Madon Agents of Colonial Rule: The Enduring Impacts of Historical Australian Policing, Dr Eleanor Bland Scrutinising ‘digiqueer’ criminology – Associate Professor Matthew Ball and Dr Justin Ellis discuss ‘Policing Legitimacy: Social media, Scandal and Sexual Citizenship’, a new monograph by Dr Justin Ellis, Dr Justin Ellis, Associate Professor Matthew Ball
Understanding Indigenous Women’s Domestic and Family Violence Deaths through Coronial Court Records – Reflecting on enduring harms and emerging challenges, Dr Kyllie Cripps Narratives of youth diversion in NSW: Silences around Indigeneity and gender, Dr Estrella Pearce Family violence as a repeat offence – legal implications for investigative interviewing of victims, Dr Kate Cashman What are the offending characteristics of live streaming of child sexual abuse? An analysis of offender chat logs, Sarah Napier, Coen Teunissen The negative implications of relative deprivation: An experiment of vicarious police contact and Muslims’ perceptions of police bias Dr Harley Williamson Biometric surveillance in China’s governance, Ausma Bernot Twitter and mainstream media representations of the Gillette advertisement ‘The best a man can be’: A critical discourse analysis, Dr Justin Ellis
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1330 – 1345 Afternoon Break
1345 – 1515 (AEST) CONCURRENT SESSION #3
Confronting Privilege and Power Criminalising Young People COVID, Crisis and Leadership PANEL: The nature and impact of coercive control: listening to diverse voices of lived experience. Sexual Violence and Victim-Survivors Understanding and Preventing Domestic and Family Violence 2 PANEL: Police Visibility Narratives of Violence, Victimisation and Survival Crime, Media and Representation
Chair: Elena Marchetti Chair: Susan Baidawi Chair: Jenny Cartwright Chair: A/Prof. Kate Fitz-Gibbon Chair: Judith Rafferty  Chair: Amy Young  Chair: Kelly Hine Chair: Katie Hail-Jeres  Chair: Dr Richard Evans
Black lives matter: The violence of Indigenous incarceration, Kirstie Broadfield Criminalisation of children in residential care: A case of multi-systemic disadvantage, Dr Susan Baidawi Russia’s Utilization of the COVID-19 Pandemic: Lockdowns, Re-Sovereignization and Dis-Engagement from the West
Prof. Alaxandra Orlova
Child to parent coercive control: An Australian case study, A/Prof. Kate Fitz-Gibbon “I wanted people to confess…, tell the truth … and own up to their crimes” – Justice needs of victim-survivors of sexual violence and their experiences with transitional justice, Dr Judith Rafferty Crime script analysis of intimate partner violence: Using cluster analysis to identify diversity within scripts, Christine Carney Uniforms and the Police Family, Prof. Mike Rowe Living Death at the Intersection of Necropower and Disciplinary Power: A Qualitative Exploration of Racialised and Detained Groups in Australia, Samantha O’Donnell “Smith and Wesson and me”: Weapon Product Placement, screen culture and policing , Dr Richard Evans, Dr Clare Farmer
“Disposable Outsiders”: Recreating Systems of Structural Oppression in the Australian Criminal Justice System, Jayne O’Connor Policing very young offenders under the age of criminal responsibility, Paul Hart Leading in a Protracted Crisis: From Uncertainty to Certainty?, Dr Jenny Cartwright, Dr Victoria Herrington Looking beyond abuse in heterosexual relationships: LGBTIQA+ persons’ experiences of coercive control, Ellen Reeves New directions for researching the rape acknowledgment process, Kelsey Adams Reproductive Coercion and Abuse – the most intimate of intimate partner violence, Stephanie Komazec Police visibility on social media during the Covid-19 pandemic, Dr Liam Ralph “It didn’t bother me too much until I realized what was expected of me:” Couchsurfing and Caregiving Labour, Dr Katie Hail-Jeres Exhibiting prison art: Temporary release and conditional re-entry, Jeremy Ryder
Decolonising transitional justice in Australia: ‘Truth-telling’ about a settler-colonial legacy, Vanessa Barolsky Examining the overlap of young people’s early contact with the police as a person of interest and victim or witness, Ulrika Athanassiou Fraud and Pandemics, Prof. Russell Smith, Prof. Michael Levi In control, out of control, or losing control? Making sense of men’s reported experiences of coercive control through the lens of hegemonic masculinity, Prof. Sandra Walklate Investigation and prosecution of human trafficking and slavery in Australia, Samantha Lyneham Intimate Partner Femicide: Risk factors and the heterogeneity of male offenders in QLD, Freya Mclachlan Police station architecture, symbolism and visibility in the community, Prof. Andrew Millie ‘I Would Kiss a Man Whenever I Want, Let Some Fucker Hit Me’: Queering Narratives of Incarceration, Sexuality, and Offending Using Prisoner Correspondence, A/Prof. Matthew Ball Drilling in Australia: Music, Transgression, Marginalisation and Criminalisation, Prof. Murray Lee, Dr Toby Martin
Ethics Companion for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander-focused Research in Criminology and Criminal Justice, Prof. Elena Marchetti, Dr Debbie Bargallie, Prof. Chris Cunneen A critical examination of two Australian youth case management programs: the implications on the government of young people, Dr Joel Robert Mcgregor Intimate partner violence, separation and ongoing abuse: mothers experiences of coercive control pre and post separation, A/Prof. Silke Meyer Epistemic justice through dialogue: Dignifying public testimony by child sexual abuse survivors, Rebecca Moran, Dr Michael Salter Investigating perpetrator behaviour patterns through their Men’s Behaviour Change journey, Jessica Burley Police visibility through the use of visual tools on social media, Dr Matthew Jones True Crime Podcasts in Australia: Exploring listener perceptions, Dr Laura Vitis
Whose voices are prioritised in criminology, and why does it matter?, Dr Kelly Stockdale ‘The Incident’: The Impact of Incident Based Reponses to Domestic and Family Violence on Perpetrator Understandings for Attending Intervention, Dr Amy Young, Prof. Patrick O’Leary
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THURSDAY 9 DECEMBER 2021

0900 – 0930 (AEST) DAY TWO OPENING SESSION

Day Two Opening

Award Presentations:

  • Indigenous Justice Award
  • Adam Sutton Crime Prevention Award
  • New Scholar Prize
  • Undergraduate Student Paper Prize
  • Christine M Alder Book Award
0930 – 1030 (AEST) CONCURRENT SESSION #4
ANZSOC Christine M Alder Book Award Girls and Women in Custody PANEL: (Un)fair labelling and (dis)proportionate punishment: The injustice of joint enterprise, extended common purpose and complicity liability Confronting Gendered Violence Online Miscarriages of Justice Workshop: Researching Violent Extremism: Methods and Challenges PANEL: Adverse childhood experiences, offending behaviour, and victimisation: Implications for research, policy and practice Perspectives on Re-entry 1 Workshop: Community-driven family and domestic violence prevention
Chair: Jason Payne Chair: Lorena Rivas Chair: Felicity Gerry QC Chair: William Arpke-Wales Chair: Harley Williamson Chair: Danielle Harris Chair: Julie Barkworth  

Towards Human Rights Compliance in Australian Prisons

Author: Dr Anita Mackay, Senior Lecturer, Committee Member, International Legal Studies Research Group, Latrobe University

Discussant: A/Prof. Laura Grenfell, Associate Professor in Law, Faculty of the Professions, The University of Adelaide

Australian Immigration Detention: Social Issues Experienced by Women Detainees, Lorena Rivas “It’s tantalising evidence …. but you’ve got to look at the wider picture.”: The Utility of Social Media as Evidence in Cases of Group-Related Violence, Dr Tara Young Unsolicited Sexual Images – it’s only a picture, what’s the harm?, Tash Press Pleading guilty when innocent: The underlying causes of false guilty pleas and guilty plea wrongful convictions in Australia, Caitlin Nash A/Prof. Julian Droogan and Matteo Vergani Adverse childhood experiences and trauma among young people supervised by Youth Justice, Dr Catia Malvaso ‘Effects of Five Minute Interventions on correctional staff attitudes, ability and motivation for rehabilitation and job-related outcomes, Dr Julie Barkworth An innovative approach to changing the narratives of FDV (Family and domestic violence) in the community, Enaam Oudih, Dr Sumbo Ndi  
It’s a Jail! Experiences of the girls at the Child Development Centre (CDC) of Bangladesh, Shilpi Dey Joint enterprise, law reform and practice stasis: the ongoing problems of (un)fair labelling and (dis)proportionate punishment in complicity, Dr Susie Hulley Social media platforms as sites of resistance against gendered harassment, Dr Emma Turley The development of forensic DNA analysis: New debates on the issue of fundamental human rights, Tersia Oosthuizen Exploring the onset, duration, and temporal ordering of Adverse Childhood Experiences in youth involved in the justice system, Dr Danielle Harris Recidivism outcomes among participants of the Gurnang Life Challenge program for young adult male offenders in NSW, Dr Le Tran, Dr Mark Howard
Bricks, steel caps, iron bars: Incarcerated women’s experiences of head injury over their lifetimes, Dr Mandy Wilson, Debby Olow, Esther Shackleton Complicity and injustices – lessons from cases on First Nations youth and Autism, Prof. Felicity Gerry QC Encountering Misogyny on Facebook and Twitter, William Arpke-wales Wrongful convictions and erroneous acquittals: Applying Packer’s model to examine public perceptions of judicial errors in Australia, Harley Williamson, Rachel Dioso-Villa, Mai Sato Examining gender differences in childhood and adolescent predictors of physical intimate partner violence victimisation: A longitudinal study among Australian adults, Michelle Lapworth
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1030 – 1200 (AEST) PLENARY SESSION

Plenary Panel 2: Advancing First Nations knowledge frameworks in justice policy and practice

  • Moderator: Prof. Tracey McIntosh
    Professor of Indigenous Studies, Co-Head of Te Wānanga o Waipapa (School of Māori Studies and Pacific Studies), The University of Auckland
  • Philip Brown
    General Manager Workforce & Partnerships, Catholic Care NT
  • Anne Waapu
    Researcher, Ngāti Kahungunu
  • A/Prof. Megan Williams
    Research Lead, Assistant Director, National Centre for Cultural Competence, The University of Sydney
1200 – 1230 Break
1230 – 1330 (AEST) CONCURRENT SESSION #5
Community Notifications and Alerts Prisons 1
Analysing Judicial Decisions PANEL: Making sense of the Covid effect on domestic and family violence: Impacts and Responses PANEL: Reimagining (in)Security in Pacific Island States PANEL: Online Radicalisation PANEL: New Insights on Offending Pathways through the Integration of Diverse Data Sets Perspectives on Re-entry 2 PANEL: COVID-19 and Crime in Australia
Chair: Monique Lynn Chair: James Mehigan Chair: Sally Kennedy Chair: Naomi Pfitzner Chair: Danielle Watson Chair: Adrian Cherney Chair: Susan Dennison Chair: Dr Alice Mills  
Automated online messages as a cybercrime prevention strategy: Results of two randomised controlled experiments, A/Prof. Jeremy Prichard, Prof Richard Wortley Contact experiences and needs of children of prisoners before and during COVID-19: Findings from an Australian survey, Dr Catherine Flynn Content and thematic legal case analysis: A valuable form of criminological research, Dr Sally Kennedy The global pandemic as an enabler for change? Policing and Court Responses in England and Wales to the Shadow Pandemic 2020-21, Prof. Sandra Walklate, Prof. Barry Godfrey, Dr Jane Richardson (in)Security and Security Service Providers in Pacific Island States, Dr Danielle Watson Regulating Online Extremism, Dr Keiran Hardy Psychiatric illness and the risk of reoffending: Recurrent event analysis for an Australian birth cohort, Dr James Ogilvie Violence victimisation among people released from prison, Melissa Willoughby Drug markets in a post-lockdown era: A triangulation of multiple data sources in Australia, Prof. Jason Payne
Through AMBER-coloured glasses: Perceptions of child abduction alerts in Canada, Monique Lynn Within-treatment change in dynamic risk factors among offenders with shorter prison sentences, Dr Yatin Mahajan Youth Sentencing Explanations: The English Judicial perspective on legitimacy, Dr Max Lowenstein Media Reporting of Femicide during the COVID-19 Pandemic: A 2020 global analysis, A/Prof. Kate Fitz-Gibbon, Emma McNicol Environmental (In)securities: Territory, mobility and resilience in a warming Pacific, Dr Jeremy Brice
Mapping the online far-right in NSW,  A/Prof. Julian Droogan, Lise Waldek Exploring trajectories of offender harm: An alternative approach to understanding offending pathways over the life-course, Dr Molly McCarthy Going Straight Home? The role of stable housing in reducing reoffending amongst people leaving prison, Dr Alice Mills Drug offence detection during the pandemic: A spatiotemporal study of drug markets, Cameron Langfield
Exploring Community Reactions to Sex Offender Notification in New Zealand: Establishing a Spectrum of Modernity, Jordan Anderson Prisoner voting in New Zealand, Dr James Mehigan Learnings from the shadow pandemic: Innovation in domestic and family violence responses in times of disaster, Dr Naomi Pfitzner Understanding Cultural and Health Securities, Dr Safua Akeli Amaama
On-line behaviours and activities amongst individuals who have radicalised in Australia, Prof. Adrian Cherney The role of the transition to high school in understanding risk and protective factors for serious youth offending, Dr Jacqui Homel   Physical and non-physical intimate partner violence during COVID-19: How did the pandemic influence the types and severity of abuse?, Anthony Morgan
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1330 – 1345 Break
1345 – 1515 (AEST) CONCURRENT SESSION #6
Responses to Child Sexual Abuse Prisons 2 Market Forces and Organised Crime Women’s Experience of Domestic and Family Violence PANEL: Policing Small-Island Developing States in the Pacific – Navigating Culture, Context and Organizational Terrain PANEL: Patterns and risk factors for radicalisation and violent extremism PANEL: Translating developmental/life course criminology research for policy and practice Perspectives on Re-entry 3 PANEL: Criminological imaginings: creating knowledge through non-traditional research methodologies
Chair: Carol Ronken Chair: James Mehigan Chair: Adam Masters  Chair: Lisa Wheildon Chair: Danielle Watson Chair: Emily Corner Chair: Susan Dennison Chair: Daisy Gibbs Chair: Bianca Fileborn
Language in the Dialogue of Justice: Framing and Analysis of Recent Sex Offender Legislative Debates in Parliament, Sasha Goodwin Can Restorative Justice Reduce Incarceration? A Story from China, Yan Zhang Tip or Reward? Incentivizing the information flow on organized crime, Dr Adam Masters “You feel like you did something so wrong”: Women’s experiences of a loved one’s child sexual abuse material offending, A/Prof. Michael Salter Community satisfaction with police service provision on Guam, Dr Loene Howes, Dr Danielle Watson
Drivers of Radicalisation and Terrorism: Implications for Risk Assessment and Management, Dr Emily Corner
Taking youth crime prevention to scale: Making systems evidence-ready and developmental/life course research policy-relevant, Prof. Ross Homel Exploring the lived experiences of male prisoners on remand in Queensland, Australia, Chantelle Chatham Digital mapping as feminist method: Critical reflections, Dr Bianca Fileborn
Addressing technology facilitated child sexual abuse: The role of legislation in prevention and intervention, Carol Ronken What is behind the fall in New Zealand’s prison population?
Dr James Mehigan
Compliance and Serious Organised Crime: News framing of the enforcement of laws against the illegal trade in rhino horn in the Vietnamese press, Michael Smith Australia’s divergent legal responses to women who kill their intimate partners, Caitlin Nash Religion and policing in Tuvalu, Dr Sara Nuzhat Amin An exploration of risk and contextual factors linked to radicalisation in Australia, Emma Belton
Translating research to practice through co-creation: Developing transformational support for incarcerated mothers and their children, Prof. Susan Dennison The experience of being released from jail: A case study
Daisy Gibbs
The Overnight Researcher: Sleeping in Crime Scene Motels, Dr Carolyn Mckay
Patterns and predictors of reoffending among child sexual offenders: A rapid evidence assessment
Cameron Long
Australia’s prison dilemma, Stephen King, Richard Spencer Towards a predictive model of criminogenic market forces and specific item theft trajectories: An open-source intelligence web scraping approach
Liam Quinn

Victim-survivors and the challenges of co-creating the reform of a failing family violence system

Lisa Wheildon

Policing Transnational Crime in the Pacific: The Role of Culture and Community on the Frontline
Jose Sousa-Santos
Exploring the ideologies and motivations of extreme right-wing groups in Australia
Tiahna Mulholland
Collaborating for change: supporting the children of incarcerated mothers
Dr Corrie Williams
“Go and look in the mirror and make a change mum”: Motherhood and identity change in women’s desistance in Aotearoa New Zealand, Grace Low

Making the Absent Tangible: The Hauntological Cinema of Sorry to Bother You

Dr Alex Simpson

A culture of consent: The challenges faced by legal practitioners when representing family violence victim-survivors who have been misidentified as predominant aggressors, Ellen Reeves “Staka Woman Tumas”: Police Perspectives on Organizational Gender Balancing, Casandra Harry Practitioner voice in youth research, evaluation and program design, Dr Kathryn Seymour Riding Up Research: Auto-ethnography and opportunistic research, Prof. Murray Lee
            Performing the law: On performance-based legal research methodologies, Dr Sean Mulcahy
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1515 – 1645 (AEST)ANZSOC AGM and Distinguished Criminologist Award
1645 – 1700 Break
1700 – 1900 (AEST) Film Event: Kinchela Boys Home Aboriginal Corporation screening and discussion

FRIDAY 10 DECEMBER 2021

0900 – 0930 (AEST) DAY THREE OPENING SESSION

Day Three Opening & Awards

Award Presentations:

  • Allan Austin Bartholomew Award
  • Award for Excellence and Innovation in Teaching
  • PhD Student Paper Prize
  • Best Honours/Masters Thesis in Criminology
0930 – 1030 (AEST) CONCURRENT SESSION #7
Therapeutic Jurisprudence Current Issues in Criminal Justice – ideas development workshop Responses to Gender-Based Violence Crime, Disabilities and Victimisation Policing 1 PANEL: Data-guided responses to crime and behavioural health problems in children and young people Alcohol and Public Safety Crime, Religion, and Remorse
Chair: Meredith Rossner   Chair: William Wood  Chair: Raffaella Cresciani Chair: Caroline Spiranovic Chair: Jacqueline Homel  Chair: Jesse Parmar Chair: Toby Miles-Johnson
A systematic review and meta-analysis of the effects of judicial supervision interventions on recidivism of criminal offenders in Australia and New Zealand, Michael Trood Current Issues in Criminal Justice – ideas development workshop, Dr Justin Ellis Adult Restorative Justice and Gendered Violence: Practitioner and Service Provider Viewpoints from Queensland, Australia, Dr Samantha Jeffries, Dr William Wood
Violent times: The temporal flows of violence in the lives of people with disability, Raffaella Cresciani Citizens on Patrol: Making a case for Citizens’ Arrest in Australia, Dr Matthew Raj Predicting Youth Justice supervision among young people placed in out-of-home care before age 10, Dr Catia Malvoso Breath tests in Western Australia: Examining the economic dividends and effectiveness of general deterrence, Jesse Parmar Criminology and public theology, Prof. Andrew Millie
Cooperation and Collaboration in the ACT Drug Court, Prof. Meredith Rossner, Prof Lorana Bartels Gender violence & the role of animals during the COVID-19 lockdown, Dr Nuria Querol Policing disability and disadvantage, Simone Rowe, Michael Baker Suspicious minds and suspicioning: Constructing suspicion during policework, Dr Ross Hendy Assessing indicators and correlates of child wellbeing in communities, Dr Jacqueline Homel The effects of banning orders and ID scanners on violent crime and disorder: An analysis of micro-locations in Surfers Paradise, Adam Turner Religious Policing: How officer’s religion and level of religiosity shapes perceptions of police-citizen interaction, A/Prof. Toby Miles-Johnson
Therapeutic Policing: Police as Therapeutic Agents, Helen Punter Conceptualising justice and street harassment: Victim-centred perspectives, Dr Bianca Fileborn Disabled in Rural Victoria, Dr Marg Camilleri Training Police Officers in Investigative Interviewing: What Role Can Criminologists Play?, Dr Caroline Spiranovic, Dr Kate Cashman Supporting children and young people through parent-focused interventions: Issues in implementing a data-guided, community-based program, Krystal Lockwood Long Haul Remorse: The Continuous Performance of Repentance throughout Prison Sentences, Dr Maggie Hall
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1030 – 1200 ( AEST) PLENARY SESSION

Plenary Panel 3: Digital Harms, Dystopian Futures

1200 – 1230 Lunch Break
1230 – 1330 (AEST) CONCURRENT SESSION #8
Restorative Justice PANEL: Border criminology as the critical study of border harms Teaching & Learning in Criminology Elder and Financial Abuse Policing 2 PANEL: Understanding child maltreatment precursors and pathways Addressing Environmental Injustices Drugs and the Dark Web Institutional Abuse 1
   Chair: Prof. Leanne Weber  Chair: Kate Burns Chair: Emily Moir Chair: Alan Beckley Chair: Dr Catia Malvaso  Chair: William Wood Chair: Andrew Childs Chair: A/Prof. Ben Wadham
Mediation in the Justice System – Considering the Evidence, Dr Emily Schindeler Borders, control and the office of the criminologist, Dr Claire Loughnan Teaching and Learning Scholarship in Criminology across Australia and Aotearoa: Findings from a scoping review , Dr Rachel Loney-howes, Dr Kate Burns Preventing financial abuse of elders in Queensland, Dr Emily Moir Law Enforcement and Body Worn Cameras; is the objective protection of citizens or police officers?, Dr Alan Beckley Exploring Dual-system Involvement for Domestic Violence Victimisation and Child Maltreatment Perpetration: An Exploration by Gender and Race/ethnicity, Dr Brigitte Gilbert Non-Compliance with Agri-Food Safety Laws in Kenya: A Routine Activity Approach, Emmanuel Bunei Beyond the dark web: Navigating the risks of cannabis supply over the surface web, Dr Andrew Childs Institutional Abuse in the Australian Defence Force, A/Prof. Ben Wadham, A/Prof James Connor
Beyond “what works”: For whom does restorative justice conferencing reduce reoffending?, Ellie Piggott The welfare policing of asylum seekers and the ‘politics of death’, Prof. Leanne Weber Forensic studies in criminology: Fostering skills in critical analysis, Dr Loene Howes Balancing autonomy and protection in adult safeguarding – the case of elder abuseBen Livings Sweet Spots of Residual Deterrence A Randomised Crossover Experiment in Minimalist Police Patrol, Jesse Parmar Understanding Risk and Protective Factors for Maternal Maltreatment: A Population-Based Comparative Analysis, Ayda Kuluk
Applying a Conservation Criminology Framework to inform Compliance Management Practice in Marine Protected Areas, Dr Damian Weekers Crime script analysis of drug importation facilitated by the darknet, Elena Morgenthaler Law & Disorder: NSW deaths in custody and from police operations, Terry Flanders
The Migration Industry and Women Migrant Workers’ Security in ASEAN, Dr Shih Joo Tan Citizen Social Science: Criminology students as Citizen Social Scientists,Dr Vicky Nagy Evidence map of police biasDr Lisa Tompson Intergenerational child maltreatment: A population-based multi-generational examination of maltreatment (dis)continuity, Emma McKenzie
Acknowledging the Un-Acknowledged, Charles Louisson Dark Web Drug Trafficking in an Australian Context – Addressing the Police Based Response, Ethan Callaway
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1330 – 1345 Afternoon Break
1345 – 1515 (AEST) CONCURRENT SESSION #9
 
PANEL: Beyond law reform: (re)imagining responses to gendered violence PANEL: Invisible Victims, Invisible Offenders: Rethinking the Role of the State in Modern Slavery Crime Perspectives on Trauma Policing 3 Crime and the Life Course Designing Safe Communities Regulating Cyberspaces Institutional Abuse 2 PANEL: Pathways into Intimate Partner Homicide project
Session Chair: Dr Tully O’Neill  Chair: Dr Marinella Marmo Chair: Katherine Mclachlan Chair: Kelly Hine Chair: Giulietta Valuri Chair: Keiran Hardy Chair: Michael Wilson Chair: Dave McDonald  
Beyond consent: How queer people navigate sex and relationships, Sophie Hindes Modern Slavery, State-Corporate Benevolence, and the Production and Reproduction of State-Corporate Harm, Dr Marinella Marmo Trauma-informed sentencing in South Australia, Katherine Mclachlan Re-theorising women in policing, Prof. Kerry Carrington Adolescent-to-Parent Family Violence: Longitudinal Pathways to Offending and Re-Offending, Allison Peck High-rise living: A criminological account of fire, spatiality and atmosphereKajsa Lundberg The regulation of cryptography in Australia: Analysing the criminalisation of non-compliance with access and assistance orders, Dr Michael Wilson Women do it too: Child sexual abuse in schools, Amanda Robertson

Pathways to intimate partner homicide in Australia: Findings from the analysis of an Australian sample

Dr Hayley Boxall

Que(e)r(y)ing violence: Sex work as a form of violence against women?, Dr Larissa Sandy Empowering ethical consumers or passing the buck? The underexplored impacts of responsibilising consumers in regulatory response to modern slavery in global supply chains, Kyla Raby The neuroscience of incident reduction in secure environments, Rebecca Cort The Dangers Facing Australian Police in the Line of Duty: Assaults against Police Officers, Dr Kelly Hine A comparison of trajectories of offending among people with psychotic disorders, other mental disorders and no mental disorders: Evidence from a whole-of-population birth cohort study, Dr Giulietta Valuri Designing Safe and Sustainable Future Cities , Dr Keiran Hardy, Dr Joanne Dolley, Dr David Sargent Innovation in cybercrime measurement: perspectives from the Asia-Pacific region, Guilherme Miranda Dutra, Mingyu Kim Investigating Child Sexual Abuse, Dark Networks, and the Roman Catholic Church at St Joseph’s Orphanage Neerkol, Maddison Marriott

The role of emotional dysregulation in pathways to intimate partner homicide

Dr Siobhan Lawler

Legal representation for victim-survivors: A pathway to justice?, Mary Illiadis Dependents as Victims of Human Trafficking and Forced Marriage, Dr Nerida Chazal Women in Policing in Pacific Island Countries, Prof. Melissa Bull What effect did the revised minimum school leaving age have on crime in New South Wales, Australia?, Shubhi Sharma Introducing the International Targeted School Violence Database: Safety Beyond School Shootings, Benjamin Crowe Innovation barriers to digital developments in justiceProf. Stuart Ross, Dr. Mark Wood Locality, Spatiality and Child Sexual Abuse, Dave McDonald

The role of separation in pathways to intimate partner homicide

Laura Doherty

‘It’s not a compliment’: mapping survivors’ justice needs on Instagram, Dr Tully O’Neill Pachamama Policing in Colombia: Securing the Rights of Nature, Diogenes Eli Casas Samper Understanding desistance from outlaw motorcycle gangs, Isabella Voce Territoriality, criminal jurisdiction and remote cyber offending: The problematic legacies of Australia’s Hew Griffiths case, Dr Sally Kennedy, Dr Ian Warren “We’re taught they’re this semi-God, yet they’re raping kids”: Spiritual ripple effects of child sexual abuse perpetrated by Catholic clergymen, Jamie-Lee Emmanuel  
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