Amelia Griggs

Miss Keneasha Lindsay1 1Higher Degree Research Student, Murdoch University, Perth, Australia Within government, youth justice is traditionally seen as an issue for the department responsible for justice or corrective services.  However, the range of risk factors which can lead to...
  • November 28, 2019
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Mr Ben Whitehouse1 1Department of Communities , Armadale, Australia Within government, youth justice is traditionally seen as an issue for the department responsible for justice or corrective services.  However, the range of risk factors which can lead to offending behaviour...
  • November 28, 2019
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Ms Karina Chicote1 1Save the Children, Perth, Australia Shared problems like youth offending demand shared solutions.  But collaborative responses to complex problems cannot be sustained on goodwill alone. The Youth Partnership Project is a strategic place-based initiative, focused on developing...
  • November 28, 2019
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Danika Mccormick1, Peta Dzidic1 1Curtin University Indigenous Australians are disproportionately incarcerated within Australian prisons, and this has been found to be, in part, due to systemic racism within the Criminal Justice System. Early research suggests that cultural competency within undergraduate...
  • November 20, 2019
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Kirsten Larner1, Lynne Roberts1, Jessica Sipes1 1Curtin Univeristy Public opinion towards sex offenders has typically been measured with questionnaires related to abstract scenarios. This methodology is problematic as it tends to elicit top-of-the-head responses, limiting the potential of a nuanced...
  • November 20, 2019
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Suzanne Ellis The Children’s Court Drug Court (CCDC) is a judicially managed treatment program for young offenders in Perth. It aims to address drug use by individualising the program to reduce drug use and drug related offending behaviours of those...
  • November 20, 2019
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Danielle Arlanda Harris1 1PhD, Griffith Youth Forensic Service This study replicates recent work by Levenson et al., (2017) and Hall et al., (2018) to provide a cultural comparison of self-reported Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) in a sample of Australian adolescents...
  • November 11, 2019
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The Māori experience of colonisation is paralleled by struggles of Indigenous peoples in other settler states which have also been systematically brutalised and marginalised by state policies and practices, and where they continue to be over-represented in prison populations. The...
  • November 3, 2019
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The structural inequality and systemic racism Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women continue to face in Australia today exposes them to vulnerable situations and results in alarmingly disproportionate levels of trauma which are passed on to our future generations. In...
  • November 3, 2019
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Cybercrime has become the most popular course in many criminology departments. Cybercrime prevention is relevant to cyberwar prevention. It is not wise to think of cyberwarfare as more benign than military violence. Cyberwarfare that disables defensive military systems could cause...
  • November 3, 2019
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