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

Tuesday 29 November 2016 

Hotel Grand Chancellor

0800-0900 PECRC Registration | Chancellor 6, Hotel Grand Chancellor
0900-1700 PECRC 2016 | Chancellor 6 (click here for program)
1300-1600 Committee Meeting | Chancellor 5, Hotel Grand Chancellor
1600 ANZSOC Conference Registration & Speakers Prep Room Open | Mezzanine, Hotel Grand Chancellor
1800-2000 Welcome Drinks | Mezzanine, Hotel Grand Chancellor (book during registration)
1945 PECRC Dinner | La Porchetta Salamanca (at own expense, indicate interest during PECRC registration)

 

Wednesday 30 November 2016 

Hotel Grand Chancellor

0730 ANZSOC Registration & Speakers Prep Room Open | Mezzanine, Hotel Grand Chancellor
OPENING PLENARY | FEDERATION BALLROOM
Chair: Professor Rob White
0900-1030 Welcome By Convenor – Professor Rob White, University of Tasmania
Welcome to Country
– 
Alison Overeem (Smith), Palawa Community member, working in Community Development with the ATSI community for Leprena (UAICC National)

Official Opening – Her Excellency, Professor the Honourable Kate Warner, AM, Governor of Tasmania
Opening Address – Dr Vanessa Goodwin, Attorney-General, Minister for Justice, Minister for Corrections, Minister for the Arts, Leader of the Government in the Legislative Council
President’s Welcome – Professor Rick Sarre, Professor of Law at the University of South Australia, outgoing President of ANZSOC
1030-1100 Morning Tea | Mezzanine
PLENARY | FEDERATION BALLROOM
Chair: Professor Rob White
1100-1200 ANZSOC Awards 
New Zealand Student Award for Best Abstract – Presented by Loene Howes
Australian Student Award for Best Abstract – Presented by Loene Howes
Allan van Zyl Memorial Prize – Presented by Rick Sarre


Keynote Speaker: Professor Yvonne Jewkes
Research Professor in Criminology, School of Applied Social Science, University of Brighton
No Brave New World: Limiting prisoners’ horizons in the name of public acceptability

1200-1300 Lunch | Mezzanine
1200-1250 Book Launch: Australian Violence, Crime, Criminal Justice and Beyond | HARBOUR VIEW 1
Edited by Julie Stubbs and Stephen Tomsen
1300-1350 CONCURRENT SESSION A 
CULTURAL CRIMINOLOGY
Chair: Janet Chan
VULNERABLE PEOPLE & HUMAN RIGHTS
Chair: Shilan Caman
CRIME PREVENTION
Chair: Li Eriksson
FORENSIC CRIMINOLOGY
Chair: Lionel Grossrieder
 FEDERATION BALLROOM  GRAND BALLROOM  1 HARBOUR VIEW 1 CHANCELLOR 4
Making sense of big data for security
Janet Chan
What does feminism have to say about domestic violence death reviews?
Elizabeth Sheehy
School violence and other school risk factors for youth offending in Vietnam – a life history approach
Toan Quang Le
The use of DNA evidence in cross-border investigations: From crisis to confidence
Jessica Ritchie
The working culture of covert policing
Benjamin Goold
Non-fatal strangulation: Considering the case for an overlapping offence 
Zoe Prebble
Assessing the risk of re-offending in adults: GRAM 2
Efty Stavrou
Wastewater analysis, forensic science and the changing field of drug monitoring 
Jeremy Prichard
Intimate partner homicide across time and gender: A Swedish register-based study on all homicides between 1990 and 2013 
Shilan Caman
Intimate partner homicide-suicide in Australia and Canada: A cross-country comparison
Li Eriksson
From traces to knowledge: Toward Computational Forensic Criminology?
Lionel Grossrieder
COURTS & SENTENCING
Chair: Daye Gang
CORRECTIONS & PENOLOGY
Chair: Cheneal Puljevic
CYBER CRIME
Chair: David Wall
CRIME & MEDIA
Chair: Hannah Thurston
GRAND BALLROOM 2  GRAND BALLROOM  3 HARBOUR VIEW 2 CHANCELLOR 6
New horizons for victims of intimate partner violence offences in Indigenous sentencing courts
Elena Marchetti
Carl Williams v the state of Victoria: Duty of care
Peter Norden
Digital harassment and abuse: Experiences of sexuality and gender-diverse adults
Anastasia Powell, Adrian Scott, Nicola Henry
A critical discourse analysis of New Zealand sentencing decisions in cases where women kill in the context of intimate partner abuse
Marita Leask
Female IRA ex-combatants: Political protest and the prison experience 
Azrini Wahidin
Gamergate and the subpolitics of online abuse
Michael Salter
Criminal justice students as producers and consumers of crime fiction television
Kerry Wimshurst
A review of imprisonment terms handed down by the County Court of Victoria
Daye Gang
Nicotine replacement therapy use among former prisoners
Cheneal Puljevic
Researching policing in a digital and networked age
David Wall
The Texan punishment identity: Stories of execution and incarceration in Lone Star Museums
Hannah Thurston
1350-1400 Changeover Break
1400-1450 CONCURRENT SESSION B
INTELLIGENCE & ORGANISED CRIME
Chair: Nicholas Gilmour
VULNERABLE PEOPLE & HUMAN RIGHTS
Chair: Julie-Anne Toohey
CRIME PREVENTION
Chair: Tim Prenzler
FORENSIC CRIMINOLOGY
Chair: Stuart Ross
TEACHING CRIMINOLOGY
Chair: Rick Sarre
 FEDERATION BALLROOM GRAND BALLROOM  1 HARBOUR VIEW 1 CHANCELLOR 4 CHANCELLOR 5
Intelligence: Are existing intelligence arrangements hampering Australia’s law enforcement and security efforts to fight crime and terrorism?
Phil Kowalick
Feeling human, feeling criminalised: Writing about feelings in criminology
Tallace Bissett
Gun crime: Offender perspectives
Mark Halsey, Andrew Goldsmith, David Bright
Mapping out the key stages of cyberstalking investigations in Australia
Brianna O’Shea
How criminology students see crime? From « naive representations » to « reasoned thinking » by deconstructing criminology through the lens of TV shows
Lionel Grossrieder
Is there a plan for organised crime policy in Queensland?
Mark Lauchs
Crime and refugees: The case of Sudanese Australians
Garry Coventry
Utilizing crime script analysis to identify modus operandi of transnational drug trafficking cases from Vietnam to Australia
Hai Thanh Luong
Seven deadly sins: The development of a qualitative understanding of homicide offender motive
Belinda Parker
Critical thinking in criminology: Critical reflections on learning and teaching
Loene Howes
An ethical framework for managing social media intelligence
Nicholas Gilmour
IQ Sub 70: Interactions with the criminal justice system  of female offenders and ex-offenders with an intellectual disability
Julie-Anne Toohey 
Situational prevention of domestic violence: A review of security-based programs
Tim Prenzler
Mobile and web technologies for correctional programs: Theoretical and policy challenges 
Stuart Ross
Why criminologists should study theology
Rick Sarre
PANEL
Chair: Ruth McCausland
 CORRECTIONS & PENOLOGY
Chair: Eve Mullins
 GREEN CRIMINOLOGY
Chair: Fiona Haines
 CRIME & MEDIA
Chair: Katrina Clifford
GRAND BALLROOM 2 GRAND BALLROOM  3  HARBOUR VIEW 2  CHANCELLOR 6
Diversion and ‘what works’ in post-release: Improving the evidence
Ruth McCausland, Mindy Sotiri, Alison Churchill
Religious diversity in residential faith-based and character-based prison program
Abigail Wild
The carbon footprint of crime and crime prevention – a green opportunity?
Helen Skudder
A woman’s words: what are they worth? Rape in New Zealand newspapers (1975-2015)
Ange Barton
Motivation and readiness to change: A comparison of clients in religion-based and prison-based drug treatment programs in Taiwan
Doris Chu
State-corporate mining: The Carmichael case
Olivia Salama
Contemporary risk communication and experiential knowledge
John Gaffey
Exploring how effective working relationships are constructed in talk in a groupwork programme to address sexual offending
Eve Mullins
Taming business? A critical analysis of AGL’s decision to divest from coal seam gas
Fiona Haines
What it means to ‘do’ media criminology
Katrina Clifford
1450-1515 Afternoon Tea | Mezzanine
1515-1600 CONCURRENT SESSION C
POLICING
Chair: Frank Ferdik
VULNERABLE PEOPLE & HUMAN RIGHTS
Chair: Samantha Lyneham
CYBER CRIME
Chair: Lennon Chang
FORENSIC CRIMINOLOGY
Chair: Roberta Julian
 FEDERATION BALLROOM  GRAND BALLROOM  1  HARBOUR VIEW 1 CHANCELLOR 4
Promoting a culture of fairness: Police training, procedural justice and compliance
Elise Sargeant
Current sex crimes policies: Delivering sanity to the masses
Alissa Ackerman
Examining legal and policy frameworks regarding online child exploitation materials
Julianne Webster
A path forward for bite-mark analysis: A response to the 2009 National Academy of Science Report 
Mithun Rajshekar
Exploring police use of force decision-making
Kelly Hine
Consent in sexual assault law: The 2007 NSW reforms
Gail Mason
The determinants of the utility of victims’ online routine activities as risk factors for cyber abuse: A mixed method analysis 
Zarina Vakhitova
The effectiveness of forensic science in the criminal justive system: Measuring the impact of forensic evidence on police investigations & court trials
Peter Woodman
Exploring determinants of citizen satisfaction levels with the police: The role of strain
Frank Ferdik
When saying no is not an option: Forced marriage in Australia and New Zealand
Samantha Lyneham
Citizen co-production of cyber security: Self-help, vigilantes, and cybercrime
Lennon Chang
The economics and politics of forensic science: A critical reflection on measurement and meaning-making in the audit society
Roberta Julian
COURTS & SENTENCING
Chair: Armin Alimardani
CORRECTIONS & PENOLOGY
Chair: Marietta Martinovic
INNOVATIVE JUSTICE & DESISTANCE
Chair: Claire Seppings
CRIME & MEDIA
Chair: 

 GRAND BALLROOM 2  GRAND BALLROOM  3 HARBOUR VIEW 2 CHANCELLOR 6
Farce and illusory theatres of criminal justice
Ian Warren, Daniel Sormaz
Prison graffiti: A historical analysis of life in Boggo Road Gaol
Belinda Mulcahy
Supporting transitions to desistance and (re)integration: Recognising reintegrative ritual in everyday practices
Diana Johns
The media representations of the police during Hong Kong Occupy movement
Wayne W. L.  Chan
Business as usual?  How magistrates make bail decisions in Tasmania
Max Travers
Research methods and experiences of a prison museum thesis
James Rodgers
Desistance from sexual offending: Life narratives of recidivism and redemption
Danielle Harris 
Self-produced media and fantasy crime 
Hadeel Al-alosi
Explaining crime in criminal proceedings: Towards a new approach
Armin Alimardani
Transcending the prison walls: The outcomes of the inaugural Australian Inside Out Prison Exchange Program
Marietta Martinovic, Dr Marg Liddell
Learning from former prisoners who have gone straight makes sense
Claire Seppings
1600-1610 Changeover Break
1610-1700 CONCURRENT SESSION D
POLICE LEGITIMACY
Chair: Oanh Nguyen
VULNERABLE PEOPLE & HUMAN RIGHTS
Chair: Victor Minichiello
CRIME PREVENTION
Chair: Daniel Birks
RESTORATIVE JUSTICE – SEXUAL CRIMES
Chair: John Whitehead
POLICE INVESTIGATIONS
Chair: Willem de Lint

 FEDERATION BALLROOM  GRAND BALLROOM  1  HARBOUR VIEW 1 CHANCELLOR 4  CHANCELLOR 5
Exploring police legitimacy
Lorenzo M. Boyd
“Stop calling her a sex worker!” Decriminalisation, stigma and discourses of respectability 
Lynzi Armstrong
How well do community prevention partnerships function?  The case of the Australian Government’s Communities for Children partnerships
Ross Homel
Findings from two Restorative Justice intervention sessions with men convicted of sexual offenses  
Alissa Ackerman
High-stakes police investigative interviews and intelligence gathering contexts: Practitioners’ perceptions of interpreter impact on rapport development
Loene Howes
Police deviance, procedural (in)justice and cynicism towards the law in Nigeria
Oluwagbenga Michael Akinlabi
A queer criminal career
Nicole L. Asquith, Angela Dwyer
Reform and uncertainty: Implications of funding reforms on community crime prevention
Garner Clancey
Responding to sexual violence in Fiji: Colonial law and customary justice
John Whitehead
Insights into the evaluation of the investigative contribution of forensic science
Sonja Bitzer
The role of police in identifying and assisting victims of human trafficking for sexual exploitation: A perspective of Vietnam
Oanh Nguyen
Website Launch: About Male Escorting 
Victor Minichiello, John Scott, Cameron Cox
The security hypothesis and the vehicle crime drop in England and Wales
Daniel Birks
Blind spot: 9/11 in criminology
Willem de Lint
SENTENCING
Chair: Clare Farmer
CORRECTIONS & PENOLOGY
Chair: Sitthana Theerathitiwong
INNOVATIVE JUSTICE & DESISTANCE
Chair: John Murphy

CYBER CRIME
Chair: David Lacey
 GRAND BALLROOM 2  GRAND BALLROOM  3 HARBOUR VIEW 2 CHANCELLOR 6
The sentencing of children and youth for murder in New Zealand
Nessa Lynch
Electronic monitoring in Scotland: Penological purposes, practices and professional ideologies in a season of change 
Hannah Graham
A qualitative and quantitative study on harm reduction approaches in Vietnam
Tuan Dung Truong
Cybercrime: Exploring domain name crime
Tony Krone
Sentencing at a distance: Video links from prison
Carolyn Mckay
What really works? A comparison of post-release service delivery models in Melbourne and New York City
Sitthana Theerathitiwong
A comparison of young people’s views in Japan and Scotland on what works to reduce offending
Monica Barry
Inside out: Comparing cybercrimes committed by ‘insiders’ and ‘outsiders’
Alice Hutchings
Inconsistency in sentencing outcomes in the Magistrates’ Court of Victoria: Implications for the instinctive synthesis
Clare Farmer

Getting to the heart of the matter: Understanding how families maintain relationships with a loved one in detention and potential  for communicating by audio visual link
John Murphy, Kate Goodwin
iTunes vouchers don’t equal government tax debt repayment: Scam detection and prevention messaging success
David Lacey, Cassandra Cross
1700 Sessions End
1740 Coaches Depart Hotel Grand Chancellor (Campbell St) for Government House (invitations essential)
1800-1900 Government House Reception | Government House
1900 Coaches Depart Government House to return delegates to Hotel Grand Chancellor

 

 

Thursday 1 December 2016

Hotel Grand Chancellor

0800 ANZSOC Registration & Speakers Prep Room Open | Mezzanine, Hotel Grand Chancellor
0900-1030 SUB-PLENARY PANELS
Indigenous Criminology
Chair: Professor Rob White
Horizon Policing
Chair: Associate Professor Angela Dwyer
Historical & Convict Criminology
Chair: Dr Jeremy Prichard
GRAND BALLROOM 1 GRAND BALLROOM 2 GRAND BALLROOM 3
The elements of Indigenous criminology
Professor Chris Cunneen
Engaging Muslim communities to tackle radicalisation and violent extremism: What does the evidence say and what can police do?
Associate Professor Adrian Cherney
Motherhood under sentence
Emeritus Professor Lucy Frost
Doing ethical Indigenous criminology
Professor Maggie Walter
Deciphering crime systems through forensic science: The emergence of interdisciplinary approaches
Professor Claude Roux
Convict transportation and life course offending in the 19th century
Professor Hamish Maxwell Stuart
 Discussion Selling research to police – the UK agenda
Professor Jenny Fleming
Fear, panic and persecution: The Argus and Victorian anti-convict legislation in the 1850s
Associate Professor Stefan Petrow
 Discussion  Discussion
1030-1100 Morning Tea | Mezzanine
  PLENARY | FEDERATION BALLROOM
Chair: Professor Rob White
1100-1200 ANZSOC Awards
Adam Sutton Crime Prevention Award – Presented by Fiona Haines
New Scholar Prize – Presented by Hilde Tubex


Keynote Speaker: Koichi Hamai
Professor of the Law School and the research director of the Corrections and Rehabilitation Center at Ryukoku University in Kyoto, Japan
Anatomy of the myth of Japan, the safest country in the world; how has Japan maintained a low crime rate?

1200-1330 Lunch | Mezzanine
1220-1320 ANZSOC AGM | Federation Ballroom
1330-1420 CONCURRENT SESSION E
SOUTHERN CRIMINOLOGY
Chair: Ian Warren
VULNERABLE PEOPLE & HUMAN RIGHTS
Chair: James Petty
WOMEN AS VICTIMS
Chair: Samara McPhedran
TEACHING & PUBLISHING CRIMINOLOGY
Chair: Antje Deckert
 FEDERATION BALLROOM GRAND BALLROOM  1 HARBOUR VIEW 1 CHANCELLOR 4
The sociology of punishment from below: Rethinking mass incarceration through the global-south
David Fonseca
Police Officers understand about human rights, don’t they?
Alan Beckley
The narratives of trafficked female migrants in Government Protection Shelter Home 5 – exploration of the rescue process and protective custody of trafficked women 
Haezreena Begum Abdul Hamid
The Australian Institute of Criminology and public sector criminological research
Russell Smith
Harm reduction and the ethics of drug use in the global south
Margaret Pereira, John Scott
The operation of the consorting law in NSW in its first 3 years and recommendations for refining its scope
Kate McDonald
Why is objectification so objectionable? 
Jan Jordan
Doesn’t matter if you’re black or white: Othering of First Nation peoples in mainstream criminology journals
Antje Deckert
Global policing, surveillance and intelligence: New Zealand, The United States and Kim Dotcom
Ian Warren
Managing urban imagery: homelessness and aesthetic regulation
James Petty
A methodological critique of victim-focussed studies of intimate partner femicide
Samara McPhedran
BEFORE WE GET TO COURT
Chair: Lauren Vogel
CORRECTIONS & PENOLOGY
Chair: Cassandra Thoars
IMMIGRATION & HUMAN RIGHTS
Chair: Lorena Rivas
INNOVATIVE DATA & METHODOLOGY
Chair: Susan Goldsmid
GRAND BALLROOM 2 GRAND BALLROOM  3  HARBOUR VIEW 2 CHANCELLOR 6
Plea negotiations: Shining light on the negotiated guilty plea process in Victoria
Arie Freiberg, Asher Flynn
Crime and punishment in six Australian jurisdictions
Hilde Tubex
Stimulating deportation: Crimmigration and foreign national prisoners in the Netherlands
Jelmer Brouwer
The rise of the evidence-based policing and ‘What Works’ movement in the UK: What are the future implications for policing research?
Karen Lumsden
The guilty plea and the transformation of the criminal trial
Lisa Durnian
Corporate ‘illegalism’, monetized (in) justice and the financialization of economy and society
Russell Hogg
Interpreting the detention and deportation of New Zealanders
Elizabeth Stanley
Predicting the Australian illicit drug market
Susan Goldsmid
Criminal histories: Co-offending in property crime in Australia, 1861-1961
Lauren Vogel
Engagement in education: The panacea for juvenile recidivism? 
Cassandra Thoars
Gender and risk: An empirical examination of the experiences of women held in long-term immigration detention in Australia
Lorena Rivas

1420-1430 Changeover Break
1430-1520 CONCURRENT SESSION F
POLICING – ILLICIT DRUGS & ALCOHOL
Chair: Clare Farmer
VULNERABLE PEOPLE & HUMAN RIGHTS
Chair: Joe Yick
CRIME PREVENTION
Chair: Joe Clare
VICTIMS & OFFENDERS
Chair: Tamera Jenkins
 FEDERATION BALLROOM GRAND BALLROOM  1 HARBOUR VIEW 1 CHANELLOR 4 
Can police deter drug use and supply at music festivals? An assessment of the deterrent effects of Australian street-level drug law enforcement 
Caitlin Hughes
Children’s rights and juvenile justice in Australia and the United Kingdom 
Chris Cunneen
Violent offending, nonviolent offending, and delinquent behavior: Examining the psychosocial effects of Hong Kong male and female adolescents
Heng Choon Chan
Street harassment victims’ justice needs and desired justice responses
Bianca Fileborn
The proliferation of patron banning in Australia; implications for the control of alcohol-related disorder in the night-time economy 
Clare Farmer
Young people with complex needs in the youth justice system
Sophie Russell
‘What did the judge say?’ Judicial commentary on the wrongfulness of using child exploitation material
Charlotte Hunn
An unthinkable crime: Parents who kill
Willow Bryant
An analysis of the association between criminal behaviour and experience of maltreatment as a child 
Joe Yick
Rational, motivated students and suitable units: Detecting suspected ghost-writing of unsupervised written assignments
Joe Clare
Perceptions of forgiveness for victims and offenders: Somewhere between “forgiveness frees me” and “I don’t expect their forgiveness”
Tamera Jenkins
COURTS & SENTENCING – SUBSTANCE USE
Chair: Luke McNamara
CORRECTIONS & PENOLOGY
Chair: Lorana Bartels
INSTITUTIONAL ABUSE
Chair: Peter Norden
INDIGENOUS CRIMINOLOGY
Chair: Silke Meyer
GRAND BALLROOM 2 GRAND BALLROOM  3 HARBOUR VIEW 2 CHANCELLOR 6
Zero tolerance and drug driving laws
Julia Quilter
“Gaol is my impartja”: Causes and consequences of intergenerational incarceration
Mark Halsey
‘A few bad apples’ v ‘my culture made me do it’? Comparing narratives of cultural determinism in institutional and racialised gendered violence
Selda Dagistanli 
Crossing borders, setting boundaries: Findings from an evaluation of the cross border Indigenous family violence program
Matthew Willis, Sarah Holcombe
Evidence of intoxication in Australian criminal courts: A complex variable with multiple effects
Luke McNamara
“There was no-one else”: Reflections of family members caring for children of incarcerated parents
Catherine Flynn
Justice for all, or justice – depending on the status of the offender?
Sharyn Jenkins
Building an effective throughcare approach for Aboriginal offenders in Australia
Hilde Tubex
Responding to Don Dale: Coming to terms with our irresponsibility as legal practitioners for young people’s experience in detention centres
Mary Spiers Williams
How does the Australian public view parole? Results from a national survey
Lorana Bartels, Adrian Cherney, Arie Freiberg
Locked In Tasmania’s Guatanamo
Peter Norden
Indigenous women’s experiences of domestic and family violence and its impact on relocation, housing stability and parenting
Silke Meyer
1520-1545 Afternoon Tea | Mezzanine
1545-1630 CONCURRENT SESSION G 
COMMUNITY POLICING
Chair: Angela Dwyer
VULNERABLE PEOPLE & HUMAN RIGHTS
Chair: Angkasa Angkasa
SURVEILLANCE
Chair: Monique Mann
RESTORATIVE JUSTICE CONFERENCING
Chair: Dennis Sing-wing Wong
 FEDERATION BALLROOM GRAND BALLROOM  1 HARBOUR VIEW 1 CHANCELLOR 4
Challenges of policing very remote communities
Philip Stenning, Janet Ransley
Building relationships with ‘difficult-to-engage’ young people: Changing practice, reducing offending
Marg Liddell, Diana Johns
Surveillance, Accountability and Fairness: Police arrestees’ experience and opinions of police body-worn cameras in Australia
Emmeline Taylor, Murray Lee
Language competence and restorative justice conference processes
Hennessey Hayes
Using LGBTI police liaison services: Survey results with LGBTI people in three Australian states 
Chris Bond
Understanding the link between discrimination and juvenile delinquency among Chinese migrant children
Spencer Li
‘You might not be who you say you are, but luckily I’ve got your picture already’: Surveillance disrupting due process
Caitlin Overington
Youth Justice Conferencing for youth misuse of fire: The influence of firefighters on conference process, outcomes, and impact
Kamarah Pooley 
What stops LGBTI people seeking support from LGBTI police liaison officers? Results from interviews with LGBTI people and liaison officers
Angela Dwyer
Prisonization: Causative factors and its impact in rehabilitating accidental offenders in Indonesia
Angkasa Angkasa
Global surveillance and transnational policing
Monique Mann
Victim-offender mediation in Taiwan and mainland China: Current practices and challenges
Dennis Sing-wing Wong 
NEW & OLD CONSTRUCTS OF JUSTICE
Chair: Alice Mills
CORRECTIONS & PENOLOGY
Chair: Tracey Woolrych
INSTITUTIONAL ABUSE
Chair: Emma Colvin
GREEN CRIMINOLOGY
Chair: Mark Hamilton
GRAND BALLROOM 2 GRAND BALLROOM  3 HARBOUR VIEW 2  CHANCELLOR 6
Narratives of consent in rape trials in Victoria
Rachael Burgin
The clothes maketh the man: Uniforms, interaction and agency in prisons
Anna Eriksson
The false, but persistent, notion of benefit of clergy
Tony Krone
The consumption of endangered wildlife in China: How can I trust my food?
Rebecca W.Y.  Wong
Abolishing defensive homicide: A step towards populist punitivism at the expense of mentally impaired offenders
Madeleine Ulbrick
Compromised power, dialogical legitimacy, and negotiated order in a Ukrainian prison
Anton Symkovych
Child-abuse preventive practices of Tasmanian Anglican clergy: A situational crime prevention analysis
Michael Andre Guerzoni
Dolphin ‘troubles’ in New Zealand
Sarah Wright Monod
Redefining legal space? The tikanga of nga Koti Rangatahi
Stella Black, Alice Mills, Katey Thom
Measuring empathy: Arguments for the development of multiple tests of empathy
Tracey Woolrych
Absconding from care: The criminalisation of missing children
Emma Colvin
Restorative justice conferencing: Furthering the democratisation of environmental and planning dispute resolution in New South Wales, Australia
Mark Hamilton
1630-1640 Changeover Break
1640-1745 CONCURRENT SESSION H
POLICING
Chair: Lena Zhong
VULNERABLE PEOPLE & HUMAN RIGHTS
Chair: John Scott
VICTIMOLOGY
Chair: Rhiannon Davies
CYBER CRIME
Chair: Robert Fleet
 FEDERATION BALLROOM GRAND BALLROOM  1  CHANCELLOR 6  CHANCELLOR 4
Governing public space: The use of legal and non-legal mechanisms of exclusion in Melbourne and Frankston
Nicola Helps
Help-seeking during systematic and chronic abuse: Survivor and professional perspectives
Michael Salter
The role of victims in parole board decisions
Katherine McLachlan
Can criminological theory explain cyber-bullying? A test of general strain theory and the general theory of crime
Andrew McGrath
Triad involvement in the Umbrella Movement: Extralegal service provider or hegemonic security agents
Wing Lo
Roads to recovery: Rebuilding the response to violence against women post Hurricane Katrina
Rachel Loney-Howes
“I wasn’t expecting anything anymore”: The challenges of reporting online fraud in Australia
Cassandra Cross
Anonymity, attribution, apportionment sentencing the cyber criminal
Patricia Anna Aloi
The Auxiliary Police Force in China
Lena Zhong
Illicit drug supply and the construction of the self as an ethical subject
John Scott
The experiences of whistleblowers after misconduct is reported
Russell Smith
‘Bye Felipe!’: Resisting, displaying and rejecting harassment online
Laura Vitis
 Concludes 1730  Concludes 1730 Proactive versus reactive victims’ rights legislation: Findings from victim interviews
Rhiannon Davies
Internet spaceships are seriously organised business
Robert Fleet
TERRORISM
Chair: Susan Donkin
FAMILY VIOLENCE
Chair: Romy Winter
BORDERS REGULATION & STATE CRIME
Chair: Rashaam Chowdhury



GRAND BALLROOM 2 GRAND BALLROOM  3  HARBOUR VIEW 2
Confessions of a moderate Muslim: Speaking truth in an era of representation
Mohamad Tabbaa 
Policing family violence: What do we know and where do we go?
Christine Bond
Aviation security – unruly and antisocial passengers 
Susan Goldsmid
Public communication to stop terrorism: An examination of zero-sum counterterrorism assumptions
Daren Fisher
Family violence that does not involve intimate partners: what do we know about it and how do we support victims
Judy Putt
Using emerging technologies to regulate illegal fishing and forced labour in the Indo-Pacific
Jade Lindley
Deradicalization program as a tool to combat terrorism in Indonesia: Problems and challenges
Heru Susetyo, Fachri Bey
Aggravating or mitigating? The impact of alcohol involvement on family violence incident outcomes recorded by police
Cleave McDonald, Melanie Millsteed
Supply changes in Australia’s ecstasy market: A re-emerging market?
Matthew O’Reilly
The precautionary tale of Australia’s amendments to the Terrorism Control Order Scheme
Susan Donkin
Predictors for intimate partner violence: Risk or vulnerability?
Romy Winter
Pushing back ‘intruders’: Bangladesh’s Rohingya refugee policy and state crime
Rashaam Chowdhury
1745 Sessions End
1900-2300 Conference Dinner | Harbour View 1, Hotel Grand Chancellor (optional function, book during registration)
Live band entertainment: Detour


Presentation of the 2016 Distinguished Criminologist Awards | Rick Sarre
All winners of the Distinguished Criminologist Award will be given their Fellow certificates, along with Peter Norden AO and Dr Russell Smith | Rick Sarre

 

Friday 2 December 2016

Hotel Grand Chancellor

0800 ANZSOC Registration & Speakers Prep Room Open | Mezzanine, Hotel Grand Chancellor
0900-1030 SUB PLENARY PANELS
Abuse in the Institutional Context
Chair: Associate Professor Alissa R. Ackerman
Southern Criminology
Chair: Professor Kerry Carrington
Guns and Violence
Chair: Associate Professor Roberta Julian 
GRAND BALLROOM 1 GRAND BALLROOM 2 GRAND BALLROOM 3
Child-safe, child-friendly organisations: Can sexual abuse be ‘designed out’?
Professor Stephen Smallbone
Theorising southern masculinities and violence
Professor Kerry Carrington
Firearms studies, 20 years on: What have we learned about preventing gun violence
Professor Peter Squires
Sentencing in the context of institutional child abuse
Emeritus Professor Arie Freiberg
The four-ways of eco-criminology
Professor Rob White
Talking to gun criminals: Preliminary reflections from an Australian study
Professor Andrew Goldsmith
Silencing abuse in state institutions for children
Dr Elizabeth Stanley
Southern penalties
Professor Russell Hogg
Police firearms carriage: Are we safer? Are they safer?
Professor Rick Sarre
Discussion Discussion Discussion
1030-1100 Morning Tea | Mezzanine
  PLENARY | FEDERATION BALLROOM
Chair: Professor Rob White
1100-1200 ANZSOC Awards
The Allen Austin Bartholomew Award – Presented by Antje Deckert
Student Paper Prize – Presented by Cassandra Cross


Keynote Speaker: Professor Sandra Walklate
Eleanor Rathbone Chair of Sociology, Sociology, Social Policy and Criminology, University of Liverpool
The (Criminological) War of the Worlds

1200-1300 CONCURRENT SESSION I
ROUND TABLE
Chair: Alison Young
PANEL
Chair: Sharon Pickering
PANEL
Chair: Julie Stubbs
PANEL
Chair: Nicole Asquith
FEDERATION BALLROOM GRAND BALLROOM 2
HARBOUR VIEW 1 CHANCELLOR 4
Drift, design and transition: A roundtable on vulnerable groups and the spaces of criminal justice
Alison Young, Rob White, Yvonne Jewkes
Beyond borders as risk
Marie Segrave, Rebecca Powell, Kat Hadjimatheou, Sanja Milivojevic
Australian violence
Julie Stubbs, Duncan Chappell, Ross Homel, Kerry Carrington, Russell Hogg, Jenny Bargen
Vulnerability & policing
Nicole Asquith, Michele Grossman, Angela Dwyer, Roberta Julian
PANEL
Chair: Anastasia Powell
PANEL
Chair: Sandra Walklate
PANEL
Chair: Laura McDonald
PANEL
Chair: Russell Smith
GRAND BALLROOM 1
GRAND BALLROOM 3 HARBOUR VIEW 2 CHANCELLOR 6
Sexual violence in the virtual sphere: sites of harm or justice?
Bianca Fileborn, Nicola Henry, Rachel Loney-Howes, Tully O’Neill, 
Family violence risk assessment in Australia
Jude McCulloch, Marie Segrave, Jane Maree Maher
The court of the future: Technology in court
Laura McDonald, Rick Sarre, David Tait
Out with the Old, In with the New? Contemporary scholars review articles from the early days of the Australian and New Zealand Journal of Criminology (50th Anniversary Special Panel)
Russell Smith, Arie Freiberg, Fiona Dowsley, Don Weatherburn, Antonia Quadara
1300-1400 Ice Cream Social | MezzanineACJS_300x200

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1415 Board ferry at Brooke St Pier for 1430 departure to MONA (book during registration)
  Self Guided Tour of MONA
1800 Return ferry departs MONA wharf for Hobart