7 edition of The Police and young people in Australia found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Rob White and Christine Alder.|
|Contributions||White, R. D. 1956-, Alder, Christine, 1950-|
|LC Classifications||HV9230 .A5 P65 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||252 p. :|
|Number of Pages||252|
|ISBN 10||0521434262, 0521435749|
|LC Control Number||93023286|
Close to half the people shot dead by police over the past 22 years had some form of mental illness, latest figures show. According to a new report from the Australian . Law enforcement in Australia is one of the three major components of the country's justice system, along with courts and enforcement officers are employed by all three levels of government – federal, state/territory, and local. Federally, the main law enforcement agency is the Australian Federal Police (AFP), which has a wide mandate to enforce Australian criminal law and.
We invited a range of young people, aged 13 to 23, from a community-based arts initiative to attend workshops, and create music videos and audios around the three themes, and style photographs to. Children, young people & adults with FASD are over-represented in all areas of the justice system. In some cases, people with FASD may not have the skills and knowledge to defend their legal rights. A recent study found that 36 percent of young people in detention have FASD, and 89 percent have a neurodevelopmental impairment.
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The relationship between the police and young people in Australia is a topic of growing concern in Australian society. While people are concerned about juvenile crime, worries have also been expressed about police harassment and violence directed at young people. This book, first published inprovides a sustained analysis of police-youth Author: Rob White.
The relationship between the police and young people in Australia is a topic of growing concern in Australian society. While people are concerned about juvenile crime, worries have also been expressed about police harassment and violence directed at young people.
This book, first published inprovides a sustained analysis of police-youth. This book gives a sustained analysis of police-youth relations, offering new insights into how young people are policed. The book considers the position of young people economically and socially in Australian society and looks at policing as one of many ways in which young people.
Tell the police if it escalates to threats of violence. The following sites offer further information and advice on these issues: eSafety Commissioner. eSafety helps Australians have safer experiences online through a range of reporting tools and helpful resources for parents, teachers and young people.
safety information for young people, children, teenagers, youth. In Western Australia the law views a young person under the age of 18 years as being vulnerable and as experiencing disadvantages when dealing with police. The law recognizes that a young person may make mistakes and that young people often do not think about the consequences of their actions.
When the police arrest a person, search a person or interview a suspect there are rules and procedures that they must follow. When dealing with young people between the ages of 10 the police must behave differently in some circumstances.
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The Youth Resource Officer program is a policing youth framework that increases the capacity of police to deal with police and youth issues; meeting the needs of. Research Fellow, University of Western Australia.
Senior Lecturer in Law, Murdoch University. Blagg H and Wilkie M Young People and Police Powers (Australian Youth Foundation, Sydney ); Juvenile Justice Advisory Council Green Paper: Future Directions for Juvenile Justice in New South Wales (Juvenile Justice Advisory Council, Sydney ); New South Wales Police Youth Policy Statement.
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Young People; Schools. School Liaison Police. The role of the School Liaison Police (SLP) is to ‘Increase the positive relationships and remove barriers between the school community and police’.
This is facilitated by developing programs and activities that involve students understanding the law, police role and their responsibilities to. Principles and Themes -- 2. Dynamics of Policing -- 3. Street Contacts -- 4. version -- 5. Alternatives to Court -- 6. Treatment upon Arrest -- 7.
Interviewing Young People -- 8. Police, Race and Aboriginal People -- 9. Bail and Detention -- Accountability Mechanisms -- Model Clauses -- Policy Recommendations -- Appendix 1. This important book is designed to assist migration agents, lawyers, social workers and other relevant professionals to effectively represent the rights and interests of migrant children and young people seeking protection in Australia.
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