Our Fellows

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Fellow Year Project Report
Maurice CARLESS, Maurice 2005 To research techniques in child death reviews for Indigenous Australians - Canada, USA, U.K., New Zealand, Singapore PDF  
Noel GOKEL, Noel 2005 To study programmes and initiatives which improve policing in culturally diverse communities - U.K. PDF  
Matthew HARPER, Matthew 2005 To study emergency evacuation planning, education and training - U.K., USA, Canada PDF  
Andrew JAY, Andrew 2005 To examine the traffic, crime and emergency management implications of Distribution Centres - USA, U.K., France PDF  
Jane SLOANE, Jane 2005 To examine Humanitarian Emergency Response Team models to work toward establishing a similar operation in Australia - Denmark, Switzerland, Canada, USA, U.K. PDF  
Sarah WAYLAND, Sarah 2005 The Peter Mitchell Churchill Fellowship to study the international approach to counselling for families of missing persons focusing on the concept of unresolved loss - USA, Canada, U.K., Ireland PDF  
Matthew ANDERSON, Matthew 2004 To examine methods currently employed by foreign governments and policing agencies to protect critical infrastructure and to ensure the continuity of service if these sites are interrupted - USA, Canada, U.K., Ireland, France, Israel PDF  
Patrick BOYLE APM, Patrick 2004 To liaise with law enforcement agencies currently experiencing criminal gang problems with a view to developing bi-partisan community/policing strategies to prevent the further entrenchment of criminal gangs in Victoria - USA, Canada, UK, Hong Kong PDF  
Georgina COSTELLO, Georgina 2004 The Donald Mackay Churchill Fellowship to study approaches to people trafficking law and policy that can be applied to Australia, particularly trafficking victim support programs, law reform and co-ordination between NGO's, police and governments - Italy, PDF  
Josephine HARRISON-WARD, Josephine 2004 To evaluate programs in community engagement, particularly those that have benefited community disaster management and can be adapted to suit Australia's isolated and remote communities - USA, U.K., Ireland PDF  
Robert WAUGH APM, Robert 2004 To examine the command, control and tactical strategies used to manage and resolve high risk and terrorist incidents to ensure successful outcomes whilst minimising the risk to the community and responding police - Israel, U.K., Ireland, Spain, USA, Hong PDF  
Robert GRAHAM, Robert 2003 To study coastal maritime search and rescue procedures - USA, Canada, U.K., Singapore PDF  
Samantha LEE, Samantha 2003 To investigate the "Law and Order" (tougher sentencing, punishment based) and public health (injury prevention, harm minimisation) approach to reducing handgun violence - U.K., USA, Canada PDF  
James PILMER, James 2003 To identify those aspects of religious diversity which have a direct relevance to operational policing in an increasingly diverse society with the aim of helping police become more responsive to individual, significant religious issues - Sweden, Germany, PDF  
Elise SULLIVAN, Elise 2003 To examine how media coverage of negative incidents impacts on public confidence in an organisation, with particular reference to police corruption - New Zealand, USA, Canada, U.K. PDF  
Gregory TEDDER, Gregory 2003 The Lord Mayor's Bushfire Appeal Churchill Fellowship to study the methods used by fire incident management teams to inform and involve local communities directly affected by wildfire or wildfire control operations - USA PDF  
Graeme ADCOCK, Graeme 2002 To study the holistic delivery of police service to rural communities, with emphasis on training, practical performance management, support services, utilisation of volunteers and the promotion of country policing as a positive career option for police officers - U.K., Canada, USA PDF  
Cameron KIRKPATRICK, Cameron 2002 To study law enforcement based strategies and programmes that are in place to prevent and reduce the increasing incidence of fatalities and injury accidents involving heavy vehicles with emphasis on community policing and technology - New Zealand, USA, Ca PDF  
Drew MORGAN, Drew 2002 To undertake a study of specific intelligence gathering programmes directed against organised crime - Canada, U.K., Ireland, France, Israel PDF  
Michael SHAW, Michael 2002 To assess police bicycle patrol techniques, particularly team selection, training, health and safety requirements, public satisfaction and crime reduction effectiveness - Canada, USA, U.K. PDF  
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