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Event type: Seminar
... 2001 seminars How the mix of drug control strategies should vary over a drug epidemic Criminal justice in England and Wales: recent research and radical reform The culture of ...
6k  -  URL: http://aic.gov.au/events/seminars/2001.html
Presenter/keynote: Paul Chantrill
Event type: Seminar
Year: 1997-09-11
Subjects: Evaluation
The Royal Commission into Aboriginal Deaths in Custody found that Aboriginal Australians were victims of entrenched racism and discrimination in the justice system. To redress this, the Royal Commission recommended that funding be available for developing innovative and community-based justice programs. This paper examines the operation of one ...
... % Property Offences 15.8% 19.5% Offences Against Good Order 6.4% 3.8% Drug Offences 0% 12.6% Motor Vehicle 5.5% 5.2% Other 1.3% class ...
143k  -  URL: http://aic.gov.au/events/seminars/1997/chantrill.html
Presenter/keynote: Adam Tomison, Mathew Lyneham, Andy Chan, Georgina Fuller, Jason Payne, Sarah Macgregor, Josh Sweeney, Laura Beacroft, Russell Smith, Alice Hutchings, Penny Jorna, Rick Brown
Event type: Student forum
Year: 2012-07-06
Subjects: Drug use monitoring Australia
The third annual Australian Institute of Criminology Student Forum will be held on Friday 6 July in Canberra. The Forum provides a day of presentations and workshops on AIC research, led by our staff. The Forum is free, and designed for students of criminology, police studies, corrections, law or a related field, and who are proposing to work o...
... number of participatory workshops with AIC staff, as well the traditional seminar format. Drug Use Monitoring Australia Recent findings and methodologies People Trafficking in Australia Recent findings ...
9k  -  URL: http://aic.gov.au/events/aic%20upcoming%20events/2012/studentforum.html
Event type: Conference
Year: 2002-
Subjects: Corrections
... a range of work including crime prevention, victim support and victim offender mediation, drug courts and other specialist courts. The Community Corrections profession underpins much of the criminal ...
14k  -  URL: http://aic.gov.au/events/aic%20upcoming%20events/2002/probation.html
Event type: Seminar
... and youth The failure of the legal system in Indonesian financial corruption cases Middle market drug distribution: middle and upper level drug dealing in the UK Preventing juvenile delinquency: ...
6k  -  URL: http://aic.gov.au/events/seminars/2003.html
Event type: Seminar
... and Wales The impact of research and evaluation on policy formation and delivery Improving illicit drug policy in Australia: the Drug Policy Modelling Project (DPMP) Victims' rights ...
6k  -  URL: http://aic.gov.au/events/seminars/2005.html
Presenter/keynote: Jack Harne, Joseph Russo
Event type: Seminar
Year: 2009-03-29
Subjects: Corrections
It is a very exciting time to be in the community corrections field. New technologies are being developed continually to improve upon the ways in which we supervise offenders in the community. This presentation will describe some of the more promising developments in the areas of offender location and tracking, drug and alcohol testing, interne...
... some of the more promising developments in the areas of offender location and tracking, drug and alcohol testing, internet monitoring, automated reporting systems and information technology. The ...
9k  -  URL: http://aic.gov.au/events/seminars/2009/harne.html
Presenter/keynote: Fasihuddin
Event type: Seminar
Year: 2010-06-01
Criminology as an academic discipline and as a profession does not enjoy its deserved status in Pakistan. Pakistan has become, wittingly or unwittingly, a front-line state in the global war on terror, as well as being portrayed as the source and destination of many transnational crimes such as human and drug trafficking. Despite the serious law...
... being portrayed as the source and destination of many transnational crimes such as human and drug trafficking. Despite the serious law and order situation and low socioeconomic indicators, there ...
9k  -  URL: http://aic.gov.au/events/seminars/2010/fasihuddin.html
Presenter/keynote: Michael A Yarnell
Event type: Seminar
Year: 2005-11-28
Subjects: Criminal justice system
Many attempts to reform the criminal justice process are driven by government political agendas, for example to be seen to be doing something about crime, to reduce use of illegal drugs, to stop terrorists before they carry out their intentions. Other proposals come from the research community, based on evidence-based research. Criminologists a...
... to be seen to be doing something about crime, to reduce use of illegal drugs, to stop terrorists before they carry out their intentions. Other proposals come from ...
9k  -  URL: http://aic.gov.au/events/seminars/2005/yarnell.html
Event type: Conference
Year: 1998-
Subjects: Crime prevention
... Herbst, Elderly Citizens Homes of South Australia Inc, South Australia The alcohol, drugs and crime working group: a partnership which has survived David Watts, Drug and ...
24k  -  URL: http://aic.gov.au/events/aic%20upcoming%20events/1998/partnership.html
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