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Event type: Conference
... Black on Track program, NSW Gerard Neesham, Clontarf Foundation Scott Wilson, Aborignal Drug and Alcohol Council Cindy Lesley, Thungutti Miindala Consultancy Michael Szyjan, NSW department of ...
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Presenter/keynote: Tanya Caldwell, Amanda George and Bryan Rodgers
Event type: Seminar
Year: 2005-09-09
Subjects: Young people
The presentation focused on young people's substance abuse based on the analysis of data from the PATH Through Life Project - a longitudinal study conducted by the Centre for Mental Health Research at the Australian National University.
... George and Bryan Rodgers Abstract Tobacco, marijuana and alcohol are the most commonly used drugs amongst young adults and in the population as a whole. Use of ecstasy is ...
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Event type: Conference
Year: 2002-
Subjects: Policing
... not available) Ruth Christie, Canberra Rape Crisis Centre Inc. Crisis responses to drug facilitated sexual assault (Presentation not available) Sarah Crookes and Maria Chalkes, Centre ...
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Event type: Seminar
... of its accuracy in assisting violent crime investigations Linking users and producers of electronic data Drug use and criminal behaviour among alleged criminals in Perth Organised crime and the business of ...
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Event type: Seminar
... Corruption and control Justice research and modelling in New Zealand Australian Crime Commission: illicit drug data report Mentoring women released from custody: toward a mentoring model Implementation of the ...
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Presenter/keynote: Jan van Dijk
Event type: Seminar
Year: 2008-11-24
Subjects: Organised crime
Many developing countries are caught in vicious circles of lawlessness and poverty. The only way out is better control of high-level corruption and organized crime. For this reason, the security and justice sector should have focus on evidence-based poverty reduction.
... the key architects of the Netherland's distinct policies on crime prevention, victim support and drugs. Van Dijk co-initiated in 1987 the International Crime Victims Survey and supervised the ICVS's ...
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Event type: Conference
Year: 2011-05-18
Subjects: Victims of crime
The Australian Institute of Criminology and the NSW Department of Attorney General and Justice hosted a groundbreaking conference on meeting the needs of victims of crime and how building the evidence helps us do that. The conference will bring together delegates to discuss what research tells us about victims' rights and needs in all the...
... Victimisation and fear of crime among a sample of police detainees: findings from the Drug Use Monitoring Australia (DUMA) program Presentation slides Heather Mather, Centacare Catholic Diocese ...
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Event type: Conference
Year: 1993-
Subjects: Violent crime
... issues Measures to reduce violence at public events: New Year's Eve Neil Mellor, Drug Services, Victoria Police use of weapons: issues in safety Rick Sarre, University ...
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Event type: Conference
Year: 1996-
Subjects: Burglary
... . It covers car theft; markets for stolen goods; the nexus between illegal drugs and crime; the future of sentencing for property crime; and the true figures ...
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Event type: Conference
... women in prison for about 20 years and grapples with issues that directly stem from drug addiction and imprisonment. Professor Kevin Howells Kevin Howells is Professor of Forensic Psychology and ...
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