The conference papers explore the issues of privatisation of prisons; private policing; community involvement in prison programs; community based sanctions; cultural sensitisation; community crime prevention; and juveniles and privatisation. Examples of a range of programs operating in Australia and New Zealand are provided.
Proceedings of a conference held 30 November - 2 December 1992, Wellington, New Zealand
- Glossary of Maori terms
- Opening address
The Honourable Douglas Graham
- Privatising prisons: principle and practice
Richard W. Harding
- Some liberal and radical responses to privatising the penal system in Britain
- History of contract management in Queensland corrections
Stan Macionis and Ross Millican
- The challenge of change
- Private adult custodial corrections in Queensland and the first wave: a critical reflection on the first three years - reform or regression?
- Can the private sector do it better in corrections?
- Privatised corrections: United States, Australia and New Zealand
- Corrections contract management in New South Wales: the Junee experience
Ronald Champion and William Curnow
- Economic aspects of prison privatisation: the Queensland experience
- Will privatisation impact forecasting for correctional services?
- Private sector involvement in corrections
- Private prisons - a New Zealand prison officer's perspective
- Private policing - some recent myths, developments and trends
- The Australian private security industry: the need for accountability, regulation and professionalisation
- The legal basis for the authority of private police and an examination of their relationship with the "public" police
- Private policy and policing - does private enterprise have a role in delivering the output of public safety and security?
- Private policing - no way
Robert H. Smith
- Contestability and cost-benefit in policing: the dilemma
- Private security or private police?
Trevor W. A. Morley
- The private forensic scientist and the criminal justice system
Michael T. Pailthorpe and Nigel A. G. Johnson
Community involvement in prison programs
- Private sector/community involvement in the New Zealand prison system
- Cultural development in New Zealand prisons
- Kia Mauritau
Julie Te Urikore Lux
- The Justice Whanau Hapu Advisory Committee
- Aboriginal community education and access unit community support for Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander inmates within the Queensland prison system
- Private sector and community involvement in the criminal justice system
Community involvement and community based sanctions
- The changing boundaries: what place community organisations in change and reforms of the criminal justice system?
- Practical issues involved with the management of a home detention program
- Horouta Marae/Wellington Prison joint programs venture habilitation programs
- Aboriginal customary law
- A pilot project in South Australia: privately run programs for offenders
- The creative use of community care: a coordinated approach to stopping violence
Ross Walker and Michael Webster
- The Men for Non Violence (NZ) Network of Stopping Violence and Community Sex Offender Programs: cost-effective programs for offenders
Stephen Jacobs and Ken McMaster
- Private and state sector psychological services to corrections
- Substance abuse education programs within the New Zealand prison system
- Wellington Prison and Prisoners' Aid and Rehabilitation Society pre-release and resettlement program
Sheryn Elborn and Robert Nankivell
- A case for private sector mediators in reparation
Community crime prevention
- Community safety and crime prevention: what is the role of government?
A. J. Behm
- Community crime prevention: toward safer communities
- Corporate involvement in community safety programs
Margaret Miller and David Brown
Juveniles and privatisation
- Privatisation and the juvenile sector
- Rotorua Legionnaires Academy program
- Streets ahead - the rhetoric and reality of youth participation in neighbourhood crime control and prevention: a case study