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The program overview below is provisional and will be updated as planning proceeds. Please check this page regularly.

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Tuesday 4 December 2018

17:00 – 19:00

Welcome Reception, University House Professors’ Walk

The Welcome Reception is the first social function of the conference. Don’t miss this opportunity to chance to catch up with colleagues and to meet other delegates, speakers and sponsors.

Cost: Inclusive for full registrations, additional tickets $70 (guests and day registrations)

Wednesday 5 December 2018

Indicates Collaborative Conversation Session
08:00 – 08:45 Registration, Arrival Tea and Coffee, Exhibition
Arts West Ground Floor Atrium
Room Old Arts 122 (Public Lecture Theatre)
Stream Plenary
Session Chair Fiona Haines
08:45 – 09:00 Official conference opening

  • Welcome to Country
    Perry Wandin – Wurundjeri People Elder
  • Welcome from ANZSOC President
    A/Professor Tara McGee
  • Welcome from the 2018 ANZSOC Conference Chair
    Professor Fiona Haines
09:00 – 10:00

Keynote Address – Criminology Adrift

Professor Jeff Ferrell

10:00 – 10:30 Award Presentations:

  • New Scholar Prize, Presented by Dr Jade Lindley 
  • Award for Excellence in Teaching, Presented by A/Professor Tara McGee
  • Best Honours/Masters Thesis in Criminology
  • PhD Student Paper Prize, Presented by A/Professor Rebecca Wickes
10:30 – 11:00 Morning Tea and Exhibition 
Arts West Ground Floor Atrium
Room Old Arts 122
(PLT)
Old Arts – 103
(Theatre A)
Old Arts – 124 (Theatre C) Old Arts – 129
(Theatre B) 
Old Arts – 224
(South Theatre)
Old Arts – 155 (Theatre D) Old Arts – 257
(CLS2)
Old Arts – 263
(CLS1)
Arts West North Wing – 355
Stream Young People, Crime and Justice Young People, Crime and Justice Extending Punishment Digital Criminology State Crime and Structural Justice Sentencing Victims and Trauma Crime and the City White Collar Crime
Topic Children in state care PANEL – Communication underpins access to justice Hidden punishment – fines and infringement notices Technology -facilitated harms Understanding Inequality and Challenging State Complicity International dimension in sentencing Processes and Procedures of In/Justice Invisible powers to punish Regulating Corporations and tackling corruption
Session Chair Diana Johns Tara McGee Jeremy Prichard Robin Cameron Jennifer Balint Marni Manning Dave McDonald Rebecca Wickes Katrina Clifford
11:00 – 11:20 Lessons Learned: The Implementation of a Community-Based Approach for Young People in Residential Out of Home Care
Renee O’Donnell, Richard Watkins, Soula Kontomichalos

Behind the Behaviour: Considering the Impact of Unmet Communication Needs in the Justice System

Mary Woodward, Pamela Snow

The rise of criminal infringement notices: a cause for concern?

Elyse Methven

Typologies of online CEM offenders – looking back, looking forward
Tony Krone

Julian Assange and state crime

Scott Poynting

Revisable permanent prison sentence: the de facto life sentence in Spain
María del Mar Martin Aragon

Victims’ rights and procedural justice in New Zealand

Kim McGregor

Invisible powers to punish – the epitome of individualised control

Clare Farmer

Encountering corporate harms: doing (criminal) justice?
Liz Campbell
11:20 – 11:40 The Delivery of Life Story Work in Residential Out of Home Care: A Systematic Review of the Literature
Soula Kontomichalos, Renee O’Donell
 Communication privilege: could your communication be compromising your intentions? 
Rosalie Martin
Relative deterrence of infringements for risky driving behaviours: does time to next infringement differ based on offence type?
Hayley McDonald

Ransomware: Crime script analysis

Georgina Fuller

Turning the detention centre inside out: Counterveillance of state-organised crimmigration in Australia

Greg Martin

Factors Contributing to Terrorism Sentencing Outcomes in Indonesia

Milda Istiqomah

Increasing the Role of Third Parties: Separate Legal Representation for Sexual Assault Victims in Ireland

Mary Iliadis

The geography of (identity) crime: using geographic profiling principles and assumptions to explain criminal choices in ATM skimming offences

Adam Marsden

Understanding and responding to criminal conduct in organisations by senior management

Russell Smith

11:40 – 12:00

The Exacerbation of Vulnerability: The Intersection of Bail, Homelessness and Care in the NSW Children’s Court

Emma Colvin

Communication, Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) and Youth Justice: Findings from the Banksia Hill Detention Centre project in Western Australia

Natalie Kippin

The Criminalisation of Fantasy Material

Hadeel Al-Alosi

Transnational white nationalism: The digitally-mediated globalism of contemporary hate culture

Robin Cameron

‘Deepening Reform’ in Xi Jinping’s China: the case of China’s criminal trial reforms

Susan Trevaskes

Longitudinal Constitutional Trends in Clemency since Sebba (1977)

Daniel Pascoe

The impact of local commissioning on victim services in England and Wales: an empirical study.

Lesley Simmonds

The Moral Contestability of Finance: Embodying the financial markets in the City of London

Alexander Simpson

Strict liability for corporations involved in private sector corruption: a tool to reshape a culture of corporate misconduct?

Hannah Harris

12:00 – 12:20

‘Cross-over kids’: Effective responses to children and young people in the youth justice and statutory child protection system

Susan Baidawi, Rosemary Sheehan

What exactly do speech pathologists do in Youth Justice?: A practical overview

Stella Martin, Nathaniel Swain

Professionals views on how to conduct investigative interviews with minimally verbal adults

Madeline Bearman

Legal and theoretical frameworks for responding to online violent extremism: Lessons for the Australian Context

Imogen Richards

“What Defines Corruption” Gift, Appreciation, ‘Thank You’, The ‘Whiteman’?

Moses Agaawena Amagnya

Issues that sexual assault and family violence victims face in the criminal justice system

Sarah Tapper

Responsive to Whom? A Critical Analysis of Risk-Based and Responsive Regulation and its Application to Australian Pharmaceutical Industry

Rhiannon Bandiera

12:20 – 12:40

Transforming the communication involved in justice processes in New Zealand 

Sally Kedge

Juror perceptions of witness inattentional blindness during criminal trials

Hayley Cullen

‘Cyber rape’: Exploring Revenge Porn from a Psychological Perspective

Tiffany Lavis, Tegan Starr, Ms Tahlee Mckinlay

Corporate culpability in Law and Horror

Penny Crofts

“To me it was normal”: Making sense of family violence from the perspective of perpetrators and the implications for treatment

Bronwyn Morrison, Marianne Bevan

12:40 – 13:40 Lunch and Exhibition
Arts West Ground Floor Atrium
During Wednesday lunchtime, there will be a cannoli cart kindly sponsored by the Master of Criminology program at the University of Melbourne. All conference attendees are invited to grab a fresh cannoli and connect with our Masters and broader Criminology program here at Melbourne. This is a great opportunity for past, present and future MCrim staff and students to come together, and for individual attendees and organisations to hear more about our program here at Melbourne. We will have staff and current students available to answer any questions, and a mailing list sign-up sheet to keep you updated on our events here – so please come and join us!
Room Old Arts 122
(PLT)
Old Arts – 124 (Theatre C) Old Arts – 129
(Theatre B) 
Old Arts – 224
(South Theatre)
Old Arts – 155 (Theatre D) Old Arts – 257
(CLS2)
Old Arts – 263
(CLS1)
Arts West North Wing – 355
Stream Young People, Crime and Justice Extending Punishment Digital Criminology State Crime and Structural Justice Sentencing Victims and Trauma Crime and the City Green Criminology
Topic Young people and violence, victims and perpetrators Risky bodies, risky systems: Post-prison policy, practice and experience Digital innovations in Offending and Control PANEL – Expanding Criminological Frames: Global/Local Public confidence in sentencing Processes and Procedures of In/Justice Segregation, inequality and crime Green criminology
Session Chair Hayley Passmore Tess Bartlett Janet Chan Juliet Rogers Arie Freiberg Fiona Dowsley Alison Young Rick Sarre
13:40 – 14:00 Policing & Desire
Tallace Bissett, Peta Malins

The lived experience of men convicted of sexual offences who are subject to intensive community supervision in Queensland

Danielle Harris

Reassembling Crime and Security Knowledge: The role of intelligence analysts at a time of technological change

Janet Chan

International Crime, Justice and the Promise of Community

Nesam Mcmillan

Judicial rebellion? How New Zealand’s three strikes sentencing law has been applied
Nessa Lynch

Can the government better meet the justice needs of victims through a restorative approach?

Annaliese Wilson

Segregation, inequality and crime: Examining the link across Australian neighbourhoods

Michelle Sydes

Carbon Fraud and Criminal Networks in REDD+ projects in Papua New Guinea

Babida David Sepmat Gavara-Nanu

14:00 – 14:20

Youth Street Violence Study and Evaluation on F.O.C.U.S. Intervention Strategy in Hong Kong

WIlson Chan, Ka Wu

Monsters in Our Midst: Exploring Regulation and Control in Communities Notified About Sex Offender Release

Jordan Anderson

“I’ve never had to go down this path before”: Applicant experiences of an online family violence intervention order process.

Stuart Ross

State crime, art and making harm visible

Jennifer Balint

Measuring public attitudes to sentencing: A focus group approach to assessing public responses toward sentencing for child homicide by Queensland criminal courts

Marni Manning, Laura Hidderley

Restorative justice programs for sexual and family violence cases: the need for evaluation

Daye Gang

Riots, cat killers and regulated vices: collective anxiety and the management of danger in two neighbourhoods in Singapore 

Laura Naegler, Joe Greener

Illegal fishing as a maritime security threat for Australia: implications overlaps and responses

Jade Lindley

14:20 – 14:40

 Bringing in the Bystander: Youth Bystander Representations and Sexual Assault Prevention Education

Sarah Whitney

Perpetual Punishment in NSW
Mindy Sotiri

Predicting Crime Rates Using Demographic Data and Features Derived From Social Media

Tony Moriarty, Praveen Kumar, Richard Nichol

Broadening the Criminological Terrain – Public Criminology meets Southern Criminology

Karen Joe Laidler

Building public and professional confidence in Queensland’s criminal justice system: The role of sentencing councils

John Robertson

Doing Therapeutic Justice for the families of the Disappeared: Exhumations as Justice in Spain

Natalia Maystorovich-Chulio

Challenging the narrative of broken communities: informal social controls and the 2011 English Riots

Deborah Platts-Fowler

Taking water from the basin: when does ‘theft’ constitute a ‘crime’

Katrina Clifford

14:40 – 15:00 Radical Rambos: Analysing the motives behind Australia’s teenage supporters of Daesh
Margarita Dimaksyan

Criminal records, discrimination and Aboriginal communities: enhancing employment opportunities

Bronwyn Naylor, Georgina Heydon

“Drugs? Online? Naaaah surely not”: perceptions of risk and reward amongst darknet drug vendors

James Martin

A post-criminological framework for Indigenous children’s wellbeing: an analysis of the NT Youth Justice Royal Commission

Thalia Anthony

Restorative Justice Conferencing in an Environmental Offending Context: Applicability of Reintegrative Shaming to Corporations

Mark Hamilton

Bringing online child abuse material into the family home: the intersection between online child abuse material and family violence
Marg Liddell, Natalie Walker

Domestic Violence: Albania, as a Post Communist Country in the Balkans

Arbora Aliaj

Natural disasters and violence against mothers in the Philippines.  Can a conditional cash transfer program be protective?
Ben Edwards
15:00 – 15:20

Dissuading internet users from viewing adult-minor sex images: the results of a randomized controlled experiment

Jeremy Prichard, Caroline Spiranovic

“Kill all the sorcerers:” The interconnections between sorcery violence, war and peace in Bougainville

Miranda Forsyth

A Road Map for the Next Generation of Spatial Criminology Decision Support Systems; leveraging Current Advancements of Spatial Data Infrastructures

Soheil Sabri

15:20 – 15:50 Afternoon Tea and Exhibition
Arts West Ground Floor Atrium
Room Old Arts 122
(PLT)
Old Arts – 103
(Theatre A)
Old Arts – 124 (Theatre C) Old Arts – 129
(Theatre B) 
Old Arts – 224
(South Theatre)
Old Arts – 155 (Theatre D) Old Arts – 257
(CLS2)
Old Arts – 263
(CLS1)
Arts West North Wing – 355
Stream Young People, Crime and Justice Young People, Crime and Justice Extending Punishment Digital Criminology State Crime and Structural Justice Sentencing Victims and Trauma Crime and the City Policing Dangerous Consumption
Topic Working with young people, reducing reoffending ROUNDTABLE Inside and Outside the Prison PANEL – Gender-based Crime in a Digital Age Consequences of Invasion Informing sentencing practice and policy PANEL PANEL – Encountering Crime in Everyday Publics National and international focus
Session Chair Ross Homel Leanne Weber Peter Norden Nicola Henry Claire Loughnan Stuart Ross Adrian Howe Alison Young John Fitzgerald
15:50 – 16:10

A clinical study on the effectiveness of a culturally-attuned Cognitive Behavioural Therapy in working with delinquent youth in Hong Kong

Wilson Chan

Policing the crisis? African youth, crime, media & policing in Melbourne

Leanne Weber,  Kathryn Benier,  Jarrett Blaustein,  Diana Johns, Sara Maher, Rebecca Wickes

Impacts of Defunding Tasmania’s Reintegration for Ex-Offenders Program

Ebba Herrlander Birgerson

Technologically-Facilitated Violence Against Women and Girls: Can Canadian Criminal Law Respond?

Jane Bailey

 

Imagined and Real Decolonizing Criminal Justice: A multi-disciplinary examination of Victoria’s reforms and implications for institutions, procedures and research
Nicholas Verginis

Suspended Sentences: Uncertain Unstable, Unpopular and Unnecessary?

Arie Freiberg

Encountering Femicide – Doing Justice to Victims of Intimate Partner Femicide

Adrian Howe

Memorialising Crime

Alison Young

Policing people who use drugs across the globe: How does Australia compare?

Caitlin Hughes

16:10 – 16:30 Project RADAR – a counselling and treatment program for young people with hidden drug abuse problems and drug-related criminal offences
Wilson Chan, Bob Lee, Ka Wu
Resisting the Politics of Punishment: Political Culture and the Evolution of Canadian Criminal Justice Policy 
Kyle Mulrooney

Image-Based Sexual Abuse: Victim Experiences

Nicola Henry

‘Bare Life’ and the ‘Camp’: the Carceral Archipelago in postcolonial Australia

Harry Blagg, Thalia Anthony

Should orders for victims’ financial reparation become sentencing orders?
Anusha Kenny

The Homeless Encounter in Public Space

Kajsa Lundberg

Mapping the terrain of engagement with darknet drug cryptomarkets in New Zealand

Lucy Moss-Mason

16:30 – 16:50 Overlap between youth justice supervision and alcohol and other drug treatment services in Australia
Arianne Schlumpp

“Out here I’m not living”: The challenges of staying on “the straight and narrow” post release in New Zealand

Bronwyn Morrison, Jill Bowman

Can anonymous online reporting of sexual assault improve justice outcomes?

Georgina Heydon

Indigenous women’s lives matter: Reflections on Coronial Inquests into Intimate Partner Homicides

Kyllie Cripps

Silence Matters: Quantifying the use of the right to silence in the summary jurisdiction of NSW

Eugene Schofield-Georgeson

‘Mapping Epistemologies and Geographies of Memoralisation: Street Harassment and Online Disclosure Practices’

Bianca Fileborn

New operational drug policing models: Time for a new focus?
John Fitzgerald
16:50 – 17:10

Mandated therapeutic treatment for young people suffering from severe substance abuse

Jennifer Bowles 

 

Reducing the prison population: the challenges of pretrial services

Max Travers

The Challenges of Policing Image-Based Sexual Abuse

Asher Flynn

“A question of meaning: First Peoples women and other cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment“

Sjharn Leeson

Pre-Trial Liberty: Right or Privilege?

Marilyn McMahon

‘The Spatial Haunting of Child Sexual Abuse’

Dave McDonald

Drug Muling for Love

Monica Whitty

17:10 – 17:30

What’s hot and what’s not? Perspectives on pornography in the digital age

Samantha Keene

 

 

19:00 – 22:00

2018 ANZSOC Conference Dinner, Ormond College

including the presentation of the Distinguished Criminologist Award 

We invite delegates and guests to join us at Ormond College for the conference dinner.

This is an optional event with tickets needing to be purchased in advance. You can book your spot for the dinner when registering for the conference online

Cost: $120 including buffet dinner, drinks and entertainment (performances by Collins Street Collective, Mindy Sotiri and special Didge performance (Yidiki)) 

Thursday 6 December 2018

Indicates Collaborative Conversation Session
08:15 – 08:45 Registration, Arrival Tea and Coffee, Exhibition
Arts West Ground Floor Atrium
Room Old Arts 122 (Public Lecture Theatre)
Stream Plenary
Session Chair Diana Johns
08:45 – 09:00

Day two opening

Award Presentations

  • Adam Sutton Crime Prevention Award, Presented by A/Professor Jeremy Prichard and Aless Sutton
  • Indigenous Justice Award
  • Undergraduate Student Paper Prize, Presented by  A/Professor Tara McGee
09:00 – 10:00

Keynote Address – Doing Justice: Treaty in Victoria

Eleanor Bourke on behalf of Commissioner Jill Gallagher AO

10:00 – 10:25 Morning Tea and Exhibition
Arts West Ground Floor Atrium
Room Old Arts 122
(PLT)
Old Arts – 103
(Theatre A)
Old Arts – 124 (Theatre C) Old Arts – 129
(Theatre B) 
Old Arts – 155 (Theatre D) Old Arts – 257
(CLS2)
Old Arts – 263
(CLS1)
Arts West North Wing – 355
Stream Young People, Crime and Justice Sexual Offending Extending Punishment Digital Criminology Sentencing Victims and Trauma Crime and the City Policing Dangerous Consumption
Topic Changing perspectives on ‘youth’ and young people Sexual Offending and Abuse: From prevention to prediction Working to support children and families of prisoners PANEL – Visual Criminology: Policing the Image Innovation in sentencing Sex, Gender and Violence Terrorism, Crime Space and Place Programs and populations
Session Chair Diana Johns Anastasia Powell Julie Stubbs Alyce McGovern John Robertson Bronwyn Naylor Rebecca Wickes John Fitzgerald
10:25 – 10:45

Presentation of the Koorie Youth Council Report, ‘Ngaga-dji’ (‘Hear me’ in Woi Wurrung language)

Mr Indi Clarke

A decade of Victorian inquests, commissions and inquiries into family violence and institutional child abuse: comparing the processes

Anita Mackay

 

Hyper-masculinity or healthier masculinities? An exploration of incarcerated fathering and prison masculinities

Tess Bartlett

Icarus and Goliath: mixed metaphors, Mardi Gras 2013 and the politics of representation

Justin Ellis

In Search of Rehabilitation: Taking Stock of Trends in Sentencing Organizational Offenders in Canada since the Westray Reforms

Jennifer Quaid

Sexual violence at music festivals: how can we change the tune?

Bianca Fileborn, Phillip Wadds

Al Shabab and Kenya: the role of space and place in shaping manifestations of terrorism
Linet Muthoni

Responding to the growing complexity of forensic clients with AOD concerns in the community
Sophie Aitken,Skye Mackay
10:45 – 11:05

Institutional Abuse and Organizational Reform in the Australian Defence Force (1969-)

Ben Wadham

The cost of caring: uncovering the costs for grandparents raising grandchildren with incarcerated parents

Catherine Flynn

Constructing Cops: Cultural Forces and Policing Practices

Alyce McGovern

Neurolaw in Australia: An Empirical Study of the Use of Neuroscientific Evidence in Sentencing

Armin Alimardani

A Woman’s Right to Be Spanked? BDSM and IPV in the CJS

Nadia David

Risk terrain modelling of contemporary Violent Dissident Republican activity in Belfast

Zoe Marchment

Substance Use as a Strategy for Managing Stress for Homeless Women

Helena Menih

11:05 – 11:25 Fathers of the Year: the Queensland Police Force as a leader in juvenile justice in the years before Fitzgerald
Paul Bleakley

Sexual offenders in New Zealand: Gender disparities in police proceedings and judicial sentencing

Kelley Burton

Relieving overcrowding in women’s prisons in Queensland: What it means for female offenders
Sandy Sacre

Child protection or populist politics: Changes to legislation in the wake of the Bill Henson incident.

Linda Wilken

 

An integrated approach to designing, delivering and reporting research: Combining practitioner and academic perspectives within the field of sentencing research

Elena Marchetti, Marni Manning

Sex Workers’ Plans to Exit and Anticipated Fears: Roles of Trauma Histories, Relationships, and External Threats

Mary Finn

The Communities Against Substance Misuse Project
Siobhan Allen, Peter Lunney
11:25 – 11:45

Conceptualising ‘youth’ through the lived experiences of case managers

Joel Robert McGregor

Can Crime Scene Behaviours Differentiate Between and Predict Serial Versus Non-Serial   Rapists?

Serena Davidson

Inside and Outside: Perspectives of Two Directors

Rosalie Martin

Body Worn Images: The New Aesthetics of Policing

Carolyn McKay

Impact of the audiovisual executions of the Daesh in the processes of radicalization and jihadist recruitment according to the target audience

Miguel Ángel Soria Verde, Núria  Querol Viñas, Ariadna Trespaderne Dedeu

‘For now we see through a glass, darkly’ Using police data to scrutinise the use, effect and effectiveness of Australia’s police imposed patron banning provisions

Clare Farmer

11:45 – 12:05

Mini Me: The Adultification of the Victorian Juvenile Justice System

Natalia Antolak-saper

Media Reporting of homicide in the digital age

Laura Wajnryb McDonald

12:05 – 13:25 Lunch and Exhibition
Arts West Ground Floor Atrium2018 ANZSOC Annual General Meeting
William McMahon Ball Theatre
Room Old Arts 122 (Public Lecture Theatre)
Stream Plenary
13:25 – 14:40

Panel, Ethical Tensions in Criminology

Facilitator, Dr Juliet Rogers

Panellists

  • Professor Joseph Pugliese
  • Dr Mary Graham
  • Emeritus Professor Richard Harding
  • Deborah Glass OBE
Room Old Arts 122
(PLT)
Old Arts – 103
(Theatre A)
Old Arts – 124 (Theatre C) Old Arts – 129
(Theatre B) 
Old Arts – 224
(South Theatre)
Old Arts – 155 (Theatre D) Old Arts – 257
(CLS2)
Old Arts – 263
(CLS1
)
Arts West North Wing – 355
Stream Young People, Crime and Justice Carceral Borders Extending Punishment Victims and Trauma Policing Gender and Crime Wrongful Conviction  Prisons Policing Dangerous Consumption
Topic PANEL – Development & Prevention of Youth Crime & ASB Border violences and control Improving prison practices Inflicting Trauma PANEL – “Police education: new models, new approaches and emerging trends” PANEL – Intimate Partner violence, risk and security: Securing women’s lives in a global world ROUNDTABLE Prisons from the inside Models
Session Chair Emma Colvin Leanne Weber Diana Johns Juliet Rogers Commissioner Scott Tilyard Bianca Fileborn Greg Stratton  Stuart Ross Caitlin Hughes
14:45 – 15:05

Preventing Youth Crime at a Whole-of-Community Level by Measuring and Responding to the Social and Emotional Needs of Children

Tara McGee

Where are the Tampas?
Willem de Lint, Maria Giannacopoulos

OPCAT: What does it mean and how can it improve prison practice?

Deborah Glass OBE

Critical Hate Studies: a theoretical perspective

Zoe James

Introduction, Tasmania Police Deputy Commissioner Scott Tilyard

“Snapshot from the UK – Creating a Graduate Police Force”

Jenny Fleming

Intimate partner violence, risk and security: securing women’s lives in a global world

Kate Fitz-Gibbon

Wrongful conviction research in Australia: Strategies and approaches to understanding the unknown and overlooked

Greg Stratton, Rachel Dioso-Villa, Jane Tudor-Owen, Jacqueline Fuller, Katie Hail-Jares, Joseph MacFarlane

 

 

 

 

Just Time: Delivering the Circle of Security Parent DVD Program® in the Mary Hutchinson Women’s Prison

Rosalie Martin

The nature of illicit drug supply and current Australian criminal justice responses: Social supply and sentencing.
Melissa Bull
15:05 – 15:25

Does Family Support Reduce Youth Crime in Socially Disadvantaged Communities?

Ross Homel

In  Conversation with Behrouz Boochani: Manus Island Prison Theory, Deathscapes and Carceral Expansion

Behrouz Boochani, Joseph Pugliese, Maria Giannacopoulos, Claire Loughnan, Willem de Lint

Post-release support needs of African Australians leaving prison in Victoria

Gerald Onsando, Mamadou Diamanka

Victims’ Pathways Towards Wellbeing in the Aftermath of Serious Violent Crime

Holly Blackmore

“Creating a positive discourse about police tertiary education – analysis from a case that works”

Isabelle Bartkowiak-Théron

Temporary migration & family violence: the borders of belonging & protection

Marie Segrave

Procedural justice and motivational posturing: Understanding prisoners’ cooperation and compliance behaviours

Julie Barkworth
Who Are Friends? The Changing Definition of ‘Friends’ in Social Supply Networks
Katie Lowe
15:25 – 15:45

A family stress-proximal process model for understanding the effects of close family member imprisonment on adolescents’ alcohol use

Kirsten Besemer

Reconceptualising rehabilitation in women’s prisons

Elaine Genders, Elaine Player

Victim memory and psychological response to repeated traumatic events

Natali Dilevski

‘What makes a good ‘cop’? What we know and what we don’t know…’

Roberta Julian

Considering Victim Safety When Sentencing Intimate Partner Offenders

Julia Tolmie

A National Take-Home Naloxone Program for Australia
James Petty 
15:45 – 16:05

Exploring a cross-over list:- responses to children caught between youth justice and child protection systems

Jennifer Bowles, Rosemary Sheehan, Susan Baidawi

Prison work as dirty work in Australia: Form and consequences for practice and reform

Anna Eriksson, Ariel Yap

“Police education in Vietnam”

Melissa Jardine

Spaceless Violence: Technology-facilitated Abuse and Stalking in the Context of Domestic Violence

Bridget Harris

Sober and Orderly: A Short History of Policing Public Drunkenness in New South Wales

Matthew Allen

16:05 – 16:25

Climate Change Migration and the Political Management of Risk

Elizabeth Stanley

Making sense of ‘green care’ in prisons

Gary Veale, Abigail Wild

Up-Skilling police officers online: delivering a different type of higher education for serving police

Sancia West

Panel Wrap Up, Tasmania Police Deputy Commissioner Scott Tilyard

16:25 – 16:45 Afternoon Tea and Exhibition
Arts West Ground Floor Atrium
Room Old Arts 122
(PLT)
Old Arts – 103
(Theatre A)
Old Arts – 124 (Theatre C) Old Arts – 129
(Theatre B) 
Old Arts – 224
(South Theatre)
Old Arts – 155 (Theatre D) Old Arts – 257
(CLS2)
Old Arts – 263
(CLS1)
Arts West North Wing – 355
Stream Young People, Crime and Justice Carceral Borders Extending Punishment Digital Criminology State Crime and Structural Justice Innovative Justice Victims and Trauma Crime Management Policing
Topic Restorative justice and diversion of young people Everyday experiences of the internal border Reoffending risk – bail, gradual release, community sanctions GPS, geospatial tools and surveillance Policing and State Crime ROUNDTABLE PANEL – Coercive Control Policing: From prevention to crime control: National and International Perspectives  Policing and the Public
Session Chair Marg Liddell Claire Loughnan Danielle Harris Faith Gordon Dave McDonald Nareeda Lewers Roberta Julian Loene Howes Anthony Goldsmith
16:45 – 17:05 Restorative Justice in Hong Kong: Its Role in Youth Justice and Future Challenges

Dennis Wong

Resisting the ‘structurally embedded border’ in Australia

Leanne Weber

Innocent until proven guilty: really?

Karen Gelb, Caroline Spiranovic

The modest GPS as crime fighting tool in informal settlements
Bernadine Benson
Policing and resilience: A comparative assessment of police organisations’ histories and futures
Tariro Mutongwizo

Innovative justice interventions: The Centre for Innovative Justice team discuss their current work

Adjunct Professor Rob Hulls, Ms Tallace Bissett, Ms Elena Campbell, Ms Anna Howard, Ms Nareeda Lewers, Ms Jessica Richter, Mr Stan Winford

The Coercive Control Offence and Implications for the Policing of Domestic Abuse

Charlotte Barlow

“Go ahead, make my day.” Current trends and evidence regarding police, firearms and crime control.
Rick Sarre
Civic activism, citizen-led policing and the future of community crime prevention in New Zealand
Trevor Bradley
17:05 – 17:25

Beyond Restorative Justice: Conflict resolution within an institutional ethos of respect

Rosalie Martin, Rob White 

Rejecting Syrian Asylum seekers: violations of the Principle of Non Refoulement in Lebanon.

Vasja Badalic

Gambling on freedom: temporary and gradual prison release in Ukraine

Anton Symkovych

 

The commodification of mobile phone surveillance: An analysis of the consumer spyware industry
Diarmaid Harkin

Police Violence and Police Complaints: Independence, Integrity and Individual Justice

Clare Torrible

Coercive Control: A clinical or a legal concept? Problems and possibilities
Kate Fitz-Gibbon

‘Do police need to be armed for their own safety?’ A comparative study of police militarisation, weaponisation, and officer safety in urban communities

Richard Evans, Clare Farmer

The ‘Collective Impact’ of law enforcement and public health

Sancia West

17:25 – 17:45

Supporting services to arrested youth in Hong Kong: Implications to preventive strategies of reoffending

Wilson Chan, Bob Lee, Ka Wu

Australian Immigration Detention: exploring its depth, weight, tightness and breadth as experienced by women detainees.
Lorena Rivas

Rethinking Community Sanctions in the C21st

Julie Stubbs, Chris Cunneen

Preserving eyewitness accounts with iWitnessed

Helen Paterson

Policing in a changing Vietnam: A Southern Policing perspective

Melissa Jardine

The victim-offender dynamic in domestic abuse and coercive control: An analysis of police data

Les Humphreys

Extradition and transnational justice administration: An analysis of domestic processes and international cooperation during requests to Australia, Canada and the United States

Sally Kennedy

An environmental approach to police deviance: Exploring situational prevention possibilities using a crime triangle framework

Kelly Hine

17:45 – 18:05

Belongingness, youth violence and violence prevention interventions

Helena Erasmus

Honoured in the Breach: Border Protection and the Australian Government’s Duty of Care

Richard Harding

‘Blurring the lines’: the voluntary and community sector and service delivery for women offenders

Kate Burns

Doing justice in virtual reality: results of a randomised controlled trial

David Tait

Models of police oversight: What about public trust?

Emma Ryan

Controlling or Coercive Behaviour and Human Rights: Widening the Ambit of Harm

Marilyn McMahon, Paul McGorrery 

Crime and Justice: Crime Prevention in a Pacific city: Examples from Port Moresby


Fiona Hukula

Friday 7 December 2018

Indicates Collaborative Conversation Session
08:15 – 08:45 Registration, Arrival Tea and Coffee, Exhibition
Arts West Ground Floor Atrium
Room Old Arts 122
(PLT)
Old Arts – 103
(Theatre A)
Old Arts – 124 (Theatre C) Old Arts – 129
(Theatre B) 
Old Arts – 224
(South Theatre)
Old Arts – 155 (Theatre D) Old Arts – 257
(CLS2)
Old Arts – 263
(CLS1)
Arts West North Wing – 355
Stream Young People, Crime and Justice NGO’s and Crime Extending Punishment Digital Criminology State Crime and Structural Justice Digital Criminology Victims and Trauma Southern Criminology Terrorism and Counter-terrorism
Topic Children & young people in custody PANEL – Non-governmental and voluntary sector organisations in criminal justice and drug policy processes PANEL – Parental and close family incarceration  ROUNDTABLE PANEL – State Recognition and Possibilities for Justice: Gender, Identity, and Victimisation Cybercrime victimisation Family and Intimate Partner Violence Southern and comparative criminology Terrorism and Counter-terrorism
Session Chair Claire Loughnan Marg Liddell Catherine Flynn Murray Lee Karen Joe Laidler Helen Patterson Ruth Liston Miranda Forsyth, Max Travers Tony Krone
08:45 – 09:05

Psycho-educational prospects for students in custody

Tim Corcoran

Challenges to the participation of non-government organisations in drug policy processes

Natalie Thomas

How do mothers ‘do time’? – Understanding variation in mothers’ experiences of imprisonment

Rebecca Wallis

Crime and Justice in Digital Society

Murray Lee,  Anastasia Powell, Robin Cameron, Carolyn McKay, Greg Stratton

Identities beyond conflict: Rights, recognition, and reconciliation within Myanmar’s post-conflict justice agenda

Bethia Burgess
 

Digital Predictions: Putting Cybercrime Victimization Theories to the Test

Caitlyn McGeer

Prosecutions of controlling or coercive behaviour in England and Wales

Paul McGorrery, Marilyn McMahon
Applying Social Bond Theory in China: Conceptual and Operational Issues

Spencer Li
Experiences using a variety of recruitment techniques to conduct public surveys about counter-terrorism

Claire Irvine
09:05 – 09:25 Improving the management of young people with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder and other brain impairments in an Australian detention centre

Hayley Passmore

Valued, independent organisations or ‘little fingers of the state’?: The position and influence of NGOs in criminal justice in New Zealand

Alice Mills

Challenges and benefits of gradual release programs for the wellbeing of children of prisoners

Holly Smallbone
State Recognition, Ontological Justice, and Transgender Children

Matthew Mitchell

Exploring notions of “justice” for individual fraud victims from those across the fraud justice network

Cassandra Cross

Parental abuse by dependent adult children: An emerging form of family violence?

Gemma Hamilton
Making Crime a Development Issue: UNODC and the SDG

Jarrett Blaustein
Understanding drivers of punitive attitudes towards counter-terrorism measures: An experimental vignette study

Harley Williamson
09:25 – 09:45 Developing Diversionary Pathways for Indigenous Youth with Foetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASD): A Three Community Study in WA
Harry Blagg, Tamara Tulich

 The voluntary sector in prisons in England and Wales: Where are we and what lies ahead?

Rosie Meek

“Prison journeys” – Exploring the distances between prisons and prisoners’ family members

Kirsten Besemer
De-constructing the ‘Legitimate’ War Victim

Rashaam Chowdhury

Image Based Sexual Abuse in Singapore

Laura Vitis

Gendered entitlement or generally violent? Predictors of homicide offending by victim- offender relationship

Samara McPhedran

Implementation and Coordination of Social Crime Prevention: A Challenge for Municipalities in South Africa

Thompho Tshivase

The Abbott Government response to Islamic State and Ebola: a moral panic?
Matthew Box
09:45 – 10:05

Working with, against or through neoliberal penality? Voluntary sector futures in criminal justice

Mary Corcoran

Supporting First Nations families with a parent in prison: the experience of Belonging to Family

Krystal Lockwood

Desistance from and Persistence in Male Offending: The Case of South Korea

Trent Bax

The Death of the Freedom Fighter – How the Threat of Terrorism is Suffocating the Protection of Political Criminals

Julia Jansson

10:05 – 10:25

Adult onset offending (Qld and Dutch data)

Carleen Thompson

10:25 – 10:55 Morning Tea and Exhibition
Arts West Ground Floor Atrium

 

Room Old Arts 122
(PLT)
Old Arts – 103
(Theatre A)
Old Arts – 224
(South Theatre)
Old Arts – 155 (Theatre D) Old Arts – 257
(CLS2)
Old Arts – 263
(CLS1)
Arts West North Wing – 355
Stream Young People, Crime and Justice Gender and Crime Policing Policing Unlawful Migrant Labour Teaching Criminology Gender and Crime
Topic Changes in ‘youth crime’ – perceptions and realities Sex, bodies, violence Policing mental illness Getting the evidence: Police interviewing practices PANEL – Modern Slavery in Australia: exploring the limits & challenges of law Teaching Criminology PANEL – A closed mouth catches no flies: How tertiary prevention of sexual violence and abuse can inform primary and secondary prevention 
Session Chair Faith Gordon Nicola Henry Kelly Hine Georgina Heydon Karen Joe Laidler Anita McKay Juliet Rogers
10:55 – 11:15

Why is juvenile crime declining in Japan and in the other western countries?

Koichi Hamai

Public Feminist Criminologies: Activist-Scholars in Violence Against Women Policy

Ruth Liston

Mental health and deaths after police contact in the United States
David Baker

The association between offence type and frontline police trainee interviewing performance.

Hamida Zekiroski

Unlawful migrant labour exploitation in Australia

Marie Segrave

Fragmentation in criminology and criminal justice: A threshold concepts perspective

Kerry Wimshurst

Adopting a public health approach to sexual violence and abuse prevention

Larissa Christensen, Susan Rayment-McHugh, Nadine McKillop

11:15 – 11:35

Pathways to offending for young Sudanese Australians

Stephane Shepherd

No Exit? Sex work, ‘exiting’ ideologies and transitioning programs in Australia

Larissa Sandy

Therapeutic Policing and Persons with Mental Illness: Utilising Specialised Response Models

Helen Punter

Police use of interpreters in routine cases: Challenges and innovative solutions

Loene Howes

Forced Marriage: interrogation the Australian response

Laura Vidal

University students studying alongside incarcerated men/women behind prison walls

Marietta Martinovic

Extending contextual clinical interventions with youth sexual offenders to primary and secondary prevention: An Australian case study

Susan Rayment-McHugh

11:35 – 11:55

Harm goes Mainstream: The Terror of Leisure

Leanne Mcrae

Communicative Consent as Law: Problems and Possibilities

Rachael Burgin

Measuring the Effectiveness of Policing Practice in Fixated Individuals with Mental Illness.
Emily Corner

False confessions in Australian Wrongful Convictions

Lisanne Adam

The Modern Slavery Act: limits and possibilities

Heather Moore

University’s way of writing is nothing like it was like in schools’: Embedding academic skills in first year criminology

Rebecca Hiscock

Reconceptualising the role of guardianship in preventing child sexual abuse

Nadine McKillop

11:55 – 12:15

Young People and the Media in a Post-Conflict Society:  Challenging Stereotypes and ‘Risking’ Retribution

Faith Gordon

The development of a new response to pro-lifers outside abortion providing premises

David Vakalis

Teaching Criminology and Social Justice in the context of student mobility and internationalised higher education
James Roffee, Kate Burns

Professionals’ perceptions of female child sexual offenders: Implications for prevention

Larissa Christensen

12:15 – 13:15 Lunch and Exhibition
Arts West Ground Floor Atrium
Room Old Arts 122 (PLT) Old Arts – 103 (Theatre A) Old Arts – 129 (Theatre B)  Old Arts – 224 (South Theatre)
Stream Extending Punishment Extending Punishment Sentencing Victims and Trauma
Topic Highlighting harm and resisting incarceration PANEL – The Rehabilitative Prison: an oxymoron, or an opportunity to design prisons differently and reduce reoffending? PANEL – Judicial Supervision: Evidence, current practice, and implications for mainstream court settings

Institutions of Harm and Victimisation

 

Session Chair Miranda Forsyth Diana Johns Stuart Ross Dave McDonald
13:15 – 13:35

Turning a spotlight on the surging number of incarcerated Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women in Victoria

Una Stone

The moral ambiguities at the heart of progressive prison design

Yvonne Jewkes

A systematic review and meta-analysis of the effects of judicial supervision on recidivism, health, lifestyle factors of criminal offenders

Michael Trood

Ritual Abuse and Organisational Accountability in Australian Fire Services
Tamika Perrott
13:35 – 13:55

Whatever happened to ‘Prison as a Last Resort’? Time now to consider the path towards abolition!

Peter Norden

Briefing prison design in a risk-averse environment

Kavan Applegate

Victorian Magistrates perceptions and use of judicial supervision in mainstream settings

Benjamin Spivak

“I’ll get you before you get me”: How people in prison understand the relationship between experiences of trauma and offending

Marianne Bevan

13:55 – 14:15

Dreaming Inside: Perspectives on a creative writing program for Aboriginal men in prison

Natalia Hanley, Elena Marchetti

Daring to be different? Creating a new, large, rehabilitative prison

Kate Gooch

Judicial Supervision of Criminal Offenders: Implications for practice

Pauline Spencer

The Trauma of Out-Of-Home-Care: the criminogenic consequences of, and institutional responses to, care-related abuse and neglect.

Kath McFarlane

Room Old Arts 122 (Public Lecture Theatre)
Stream Plenary
Session Chair Fiona Haines & Diana Johns
14:20 – 14:30 Award Presentations:

  • Allan Austin Bartholomew Award, Presented by James Oleson 
  • David Biles Correctional Research Award, Presented by Dr Russell Smith
  • Allan van Zyl Memorial Prize, Presented by Karen Heenan
14:30 – 15:30

Keynote Address – Transformative Justice and New Abolition in the United States

Professor Michelle Brown

From 15:30 Ice Cream Social
Arts West Ground Floor Atrium

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