This upcoming edited collection brings together leading academics, researchers and police personnel to provide a comprehensive body of literature that informs Australian police education, training, research, policy and practice.
A significant decrease in the number of children in custody since March 2020 suggests the high rates of pre-COVID custodial youth remand were not necessary, and supports existing calls for a critical re-examination of our youth and adult justice systems.
For the first time, Australia will commit to reducing Indigenous imprisonment rates, suicides and child removals under an historic Closing the Gap agreement to be unveiled by the Prime Minister today.
The Black Lives Matter movement has stimulated critical discussions in Australia on racial injustice, please see the link to The Conversation article written by myself, Thalia Anthony Professor of Law at UTS and Juanita Sherwood Pro-Vice Chancellor Indigenous Engagement at Charles Sturt.
In this episode our discussion is about a unique Australian law degree. Future lawyers studying at Charles Sturt University finish with more that your run-of-the mill law qualification.