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Book launch: Youth Crime, Youth Justice and Children’s Courts in NSW

Book launch: Youth Crime, Youth Justice and Children’s Courts in NSW

In-person event

The University of Sydney Law School is delighted to invite you to the launch of Youth Crime, Youth Justice and Children’s Courts in NSW, co-edited by Dr Garner Clancey, Sydney Law School, and Dr Rohan Lulham, University of Sydney.

About Youth Crime, Youth Justice and Children’s Courts in NSW

Youth Crime, Youth Justice and Children’s Courts in NSW provides a comprehensive account of the complex arrangements impacting youth crime, youth justice and Children’s Courts in NSW. The reader is provided deep insights into the many aspects of the system that impact young people — the journey of a young person, from their first contact with police to release from custody and the elements which shape it, are illuminated to provide a practical understanding.

Find out more about the book and order it online here.

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Tuesday 27 February 2024

Time: 5.30-7pm

Venue: New Law Building (F10), Room TBC

This event is being held in-person at Sydney Law School.

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Contributors to Youth Crime, Youth Justice and Children’s Courts in NSW
  • Foreword – Judge Peter Johnstone, Chief Magistrate of NSW
  • Chapter 1: Introduction – Dr Garner Clancey and Dr Rohan Lulham, University of Sydney
  • Chapter 2: Youth Crime and Youth Justice Trends – Jackie Fitzgerald, Executive Director, NSW Bureau of Crime Statistics and Research
  • Chapter 3: Early Intervention to Divert Children and Young People from the Criminal Justice System – Janet Killgallon, Manager of the Whole of Government Team, Youth Justice NSW
  • Chapter 4: The Children’s Court – Judge Nell Skinner, President of the NSW Children’s Court
  • Chapter 5: Addressing the Needs of Children with Neurodevelopmental Impairments in Contact with Youth Justice – Kasey Tyler, Experienced Policy and Legal Professional
  • Chapter 6: Development and Importance of Adolescent Criminal Identity – Dr Tim Warton, Senior Manager of Practice and Implementation, Youth Justice NSW
  • Chapter 7: Contemporary Youth Detention Experiences in NSW – Dr Lisa Ewenson, Social Science Researcher
  • Chapter 8: Preventing and Countering Violent Extremism and Young People – Steve Barracosa, Senior Manager of the Countering Violent Extremism Unit, Youth Justice NSW
  • Chapter 9: YLS-CMI Risk Assessment Tool and Neutrality – Dr Lobna Yassine, University of Sydney
  • Chapter 10: Intersectional Rurality and Youth Justice in NSW – Dr Luke Butcher, Adjunct Associate Professor Charles Darwin University
  • Chapter 11: Deconstructing, Decolonising and Disrupting Youth Justice Approaches with Pacific Young People – Professor Jioji Ravulo, University of Sydney
  • Chapter 12: A Yarn About Identity, Community and Youth Justice – Joseph Clarke, proud Murrawarri/Gomeroi man and Dr Rohan Lulham, University of Sydney
  • Chapter 13: Conclusion – Dr Garner Clancey and Dr Rohan Lulham, University of Sydney

 

This event is proudly presented by Sydney Law School and the Youth Justice Collaboration at the University of Sydney.

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Date

Feb 27 2024

Time

5:30 pm - 7:00 pm

More Info

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Location

New Law Building (F10)
The University of Sydney

Organizer

Professional Learning & Community Engagement
Phone
02 9351 0248
Email
law.events@sydney.edu.au
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