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Fellow Year Project Report
Mark ADAMS, Mark 1990 To undertake study in a series of courses relating to investigation of motor vehicle collisions to enable the establishment of similar courses at the NSW Police Academy - USA, UK
Jeffrey AUSTIN, Jeffrey 1990 To gain advanced information on techniques for community emergency preparedness - USA, Canada, UK, Switzerland
Adrian COHEN, Adrian 1990 To study the techniques, teaching and approach to aeromedical rescue operations in order to improve Australian emergency medical services - UK, France, Germany, Switzerland, Italy
Barry GILBERT, Barry 1990 To gain further knowledge in the application of preventive health programmes for police forces concentrating particularly on physical, psychological and social strategies - USA, Canada, UK
Harold HALLENSTEIN, Harold 1990 To study the jurisdiction and administration of the British Coroner and the American Examiner/Coroner including the provision to them of services in forensic pathology, toxicology, forensic science and police - USA, UK
Allan McCONNELL, Allan 1990 To undertake a course of training at the St John's Ambulance Training Centre in South Australia - Australia
Ljiljana (Lilly) CVIJIC, Ljiljana (Lilly) 1989 To attend courses and gain experience in matters relating to child sexual abuse from the law enforcement aspect - UK, New Zealand, USA, Canada
Nigel HADGKISS, Nigel 1989 To study comparative methods for combating organised crime - Hong Kong, UK, France, USA, Canada
Andrew KEENAN, Andrew 1989 The Donald Mackay Churchill Fellowship to study current methods of understanding, investigating and tackling corruption, with particular emphasis on organised crime's dependence on corruption and the role of investigative journalism in exposing corruption PDF  
John RAUE, John 1989 To visit police psychology services with particular reference to post-trauma counselling and training police to act as peer counsellors - USA, Canada, UK
Kai YEUNG, Kai 1989 To study the methods used by overseas law enforcement agencies in the combating of organised crime - USA, Canada, Japan, Taiwan, Hong Kong
Barry BENNETT, Barry 1988 To study security and control of licit poppy cultivation, legislation, administrative, investigative and enforcement techniques and the relationship with the illicit drug trade - Austria, Germany, Denmark, Canada, USA
Philip HOGAN, Philip 1988 The Percy Baxter Charitable Trust Churchill Fellowship to study aspects of helicopter ambulance services and their application to the current services available in Australia - France, Germany, Canada, USA
Bruce STARK, Bruce 1988 The UK Winston Churchill Memorial Trust Churchill Fellowship to study airport security with particular emphasis on policing arrangements - Germany, UK, Canada
William BEAN AFSM, William 1987 To study volunteer bush firefighting organisations in order to improve attitudes, techniques and technology used in New South Wales - USA, Canada
Nicholas HOARE, Nicholas 1987 To study the latest trends in soft body armour in order to improve protection for the Victoria Police and to assist in a project to develop Australian made equipment for this purpose - USA, UK
Maxwell HILL, Maxwell 1986 To study the design and implementation of successful strategies in the prevention of juvenile crime and Police Youth Communications - USA
Ivan KOLARIK, Ivan 1986 To study innovative programmes for policing a multicultural society with a view to introducing programmes in Victoria based on understanding, tolerance and trust - UK, Germany, USA, Canada
Edward OGDEN, Edward 1986 To study the role of the doctor in support of the police force and to disseminate the results through the Association of Australasian and Pacific Area Police Medical Officers - UK, USA
Norman BRANSON, Norman 1985 To study computer aided dispatch of emergency vehicles, with particular reference to ambulance services - USA, Canada
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