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Hayley Boxall

Research Analyst
Crime Reduction and Review Program

Academic qualifications

  • Bachelor of Social Science and Policy (Criminology) (Hons) (University of New South Wales)
  • PhD candidate, Australian National University

Selected employment

2012 Research Analyst, Australian Institute of Criminology
2010- 2012 Research Officer, Australian Institute of Criminology
2006 – 2010 Client support officer, Victims and Witnesses of Crime Court Support

Current areas of specialisation/expertise

  • Evaluation and performance measurement
  • Family violence and child protection issues
  • Mental health and criminal justice issues
  • Qualitative research design

List of major projects current and past

  • Evaluation of ADR initiatives in the care and protection jurisdiction of the NSW Children’s Court
  • Evaluation of the Family Group Conferencing pilot program in NSW
  • Meta-evaluation of the Preventing Violence against Women in our Community program
  • Evaluation of the Queensland Special Circumstances Court Diversion Program.
  • Evaluation of a heavy vehicle speed management program.
  • Male victims of non-domestic and non-sexual assault—support needs and experiences in court.
  • Research on family and domestic violence using Safe at Home program data
  • The Australian experience of corruption 2007-2012.
  • Identification of effective crime prevention strategies for implementation by local government.

Publications

Presentations

  • Boxall H 2014. Domestic violence typologies—academically interesting but of what value to practice? Paper to the lunchtime presentation series, Canberra, March 27
  • Boxall H 2013. Actual and anticipated violent victimization experiences of police detainees with a history of mental health disorders. Paper to the 26th Annual ANZSOC criminology conference: Local and international perspectives on the prevention of crime and marginalisation conference, Brisbane, October 1-3
  • Boxall H 2013. Actual and anticipated violent victimization experiences of police detainees with a history of mental health disorders. Paper to the lunchtime presentation series, Canberra, September 27
  • Boxall H & Morgan A 2013. Balancing conflicting priorities—how can the views of children and young people be included in child protection alternative dispute resolution processes in a safe and constructive way? Paper to the 13th Australasian Conference on Child Abuse and Neglect—protecting children: new solution to old problems, Melbourne, 10-13 November
  • Boxall H & Morgan A 2013. Balancing conflicting priorities—how can the views of children and young people be included in child protection alternative dispute resolution processes in a safe and constructive way? Paper to the lunchtime presentation series, Canberra, November 8
  • Boxall H 2013. Findings and lessons from the evaluation of the NSW Family Group Conferencing pilot program. Paper to the Child Aware Approaches Conference: making child wellbeing and safety your responsibility  conference, Melbourne, 11-12 April
  • Morgan A & Boxall H 2013. Getting the most out of alternative dispute resolution: lessons from the child protection experience. Paper to the Occasional Seminar presentation series, Canberra, April 4
  • Boxall H 2012. The importance of context and theory in the implementation of effective local government crime prevention strategies. Paper to the Crime Prevention and Communities: social and environmental strategies for safer neighbourhoods conference, Sydney, June 4-5. 
  • Boxall H 2012. The importance of context and theory in the implementation of effective local government crime prevention strategies. Paper to the lunchtime presentation series, Canberra, May.  
  • Boxall H & Sweeney J 2011. Mental Health, Frequency of Drug Use and Offending: The Prevalence and Implications of Co-morbid Diagnoses amongst a Police Detainee Population. Paper to the 24th Annual ANZSOC criminology conference: Crime and the regions: from the local to regional, national and international, Geelong, September 28-30. 
  • Boxall H 2011. The implementation of effective court based diversion programs: lessons from the literature. Paper to the lunchtime presentation series, Canberra, May.
  • Boxall H 2011. Mental Health, Frequency of Drug Use and Offending: The Prevalence and Implications of Co-morbid Diagnoses amongst a Police Detainee Population. Paper to the lunchtime presentation series August, Canberra.