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​BOCSAR's Applied Research in Crime and Justice Conference 2017:
Keynote lectures and presentation slides

Conference Program (pdf 1.8 mb)

Conference Handbook (pdf 1.2 mb)

 

Keynote PresentersOrganisationTitleFile size (ppt/pdf)
Elizabeth DrakeWashington State Institute for Public Policy

Using research evidence to reduce crime in Washington State: Trends, taxpayer costs, & “What works?”
- Link to YouTube presentation

1.8 mb
Steven RaphaelUniversity of California, BerkeleySentencing reform in California and Public Safety
- Link to YouTube presentation
1.3 mb
Rick SarreUniversity of South AustraliaWhat I would do with $100 million to spend on law and order and criminal justice
- Link to YouTube presentation
2.1 mb
Other PresentersOrganisationTitleFile size (ppt/pdf)
Christine BondGriffith UniversitySentencing breaches of Domestic Violence Protection Orders: Comparing a specialist court and mainstream court sentencing outcomes830 kb
Andy ChiangUniversity of MelbourneThe challenges of effective police intervention into family violence in immigrant communities in Victoria583 kb
Nabila ChowdhuryUniversity of New South WalesThe relationship between psychoses and offending in New South Wales: A data-linkage study604 kb
Neil DonnellyNSW Bureau of Crime Statistics and ResearchWillingness to pay a fine459 kb
Michael DoyleUniversity of New South WalesPrison based treatment programs for men with a history of problematic alcohol and other drug use: A systematic review1.1 mb
Robin FitzgeraldUniversity of QueenslandAustralian public opinion and parole 373 kb
Jennifer GalouzisCorrections NSWMeasuring institutional violence312 kb
Jane Goodman-DelahuntyCharles Sturt UniversityLifting the lid on jury reasoning and decision-making9.7 mb
Caitlin HughesUniversity of New South WalesCan police deter drug use and supply at music festivals and licensed entertainment precincts? 1.5 mb
​Tim Hughes​New Zealand Ministry of JusticeThe New Zealand investment approach to justice​url link
Gloria  LaycockJill Dando Institute of Crime Science at University College LondonA new paradigm for police research?969 kb
Stéphane MahuteauFlinders UniversityCrime victimisation and subjective well-being: Panel evidence from Australia2.3 mb
Melanie MillsteedCrime Statistics Agency, VictoriaIdentifying the differences between generalist and specialist family violence perpetrators12 mb
Jason PayneAustralian National UniversityThe Australian crime decline: insights from the offending trajectories of two NSW birth cohorts1.1 mb
Janet RansleyGriffith UniversityHub policing: Evaluating a new policing strategy in two Queensland regions325 kb
Nick ScottCentre for Population Health, Burnet InstituteUsing simulation modelling to examine the impact of venue lockout and last-drink policies on drinking-related harms and costs to licensees2.2 mb
Stella SettumbaUniversity of New South WalesEconomic evaluation of offender treatment programs: A systematic review of the literature with a focus on behavioural studies938 kb
Marian ShanahanUniversity of New South WalesA cost-effectiveness analysis of opioid substitution therapy upon prison release in reducing mortality among people with a history of opioid dependence6.2 mb
Mieke SnijderUniversity of New South WalesIndividual and community characteristics associated with alcohol related crimes among Aboriginal people and the outcomes of a community-based trial targeting these characteristics in regional NSW4 mb
Anna StewartGriffith UniversityEffective prevention of child maltreatment4.7 mb
Hamish ThorburnNSW Bureau of Crime Statistics and ResearchNew South Wales District Criminal Court Backlog Simulation457 kb
John ToumbourouDeakin UniversityIdentifying policy options to prevent family violence and incarceration using longitudinal cohort and return-on investment data4.4 mb
Carla TreloarUniversity of New South WalesHousing, agency and luck in a qualitative study of men in the post-prison release period1.8 mb
Lily TrimboliNSW Bureau of Crime Statistics and ResearchOutcome evaluation of NSW’s Safer Pathway domestic violence program: Victims’ experiences1.7 mb
Stacy TzoumakisUniversity of New South WalesUsing big data to examine the relationship between parental contact with the criminal justice system and the development of early childhood offspring aggression in a population sample702 kb
Kate WarnerUniversity of TasmaniaThe Victorian Jury Sentencing Research Project939 kb
Don WeatherburnNSW Bureau of Crime Statistics and ResearchThe effect of liquor licensing restrictions on assault in the KX and the Sydney CBD entertainment precincts3.1 mb