Our Fellows

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Fellow Year Project Report
Paul STEEL APM, Paul 2002 The Donald Mackay Churchill Fellowship to study current trends in illicit drug manufacturing, law enforcement initiatives in the detection of clandestine drug laboratories, and drug laboratory dismantling safety procedures and chemical diversion - USA PDF  
Fiona STEVENS, Fiona 2002 The Jack Brockhoff Foundation Churchill Fellowship to assess the aims, methods, successes and problems of the "Repeat Victimisation (Sexual Assault & Domestic Violence) Task Force" - U.K. PDF  
Craig WALSH, Craig 2002 To evaluate selection and training methodology, applicant assessment and workplace linkages in units considered to be world leaders in tactical policing - USA, Canada, Germany, U.K., Ireland PDF  
Paul WALSHE, Paul 2002 To study the methods and safe practices employed by overseas law enforcement agencies pertaining to the recruitment, management and protection of confidential informants - USA, Canada, U.K., Ireland PDF  
Billy-Jo DAVISON, Billy-Jo 2002 To study contemporary policing of indigenous communities - USA, Canada PDF  
Kevin GARDNER, Kevin 2002 To investigate the effectiveness of sex offender registers (reporting schemes such as "Megan's Law") in crime prevention and the contribution of offender monitoring to improving community safety - U.K., Ireland, USA PDF  
Leonie JACQUES, Leonie 2002 To study the international social policy response and provision of services for the families, friends and significant others of people who are missing - USA, U.K. PDF  
Thang NGO, Thang 2002 To consult with police, ethnic communities and other organisations on strategies to improve the relationship between police and ethnic communities - U.K., France, USA, Vietnam, Singapore PDF  
Randall SMITH, Randall 2002 To study police investigations of clandestine drug laboratories - USA, Canada PDF  
Betty TAYLOR, Betty 2002 To study multi-agency interventions to domestic violence with a focus on collaborative approaches to domestic violence, child abuse and sexual assault within a common model - USA, Canada PDF  
Stephen WALLS, Stephen 2002 The Lord Mayor's Bushfire Appeal Churchill Fellowship to study the training of firefighters in the command and control skills necessary to manage major fires - USA, U.K. PDF  
Peter WILKINS, Peter 2002 The Donald Mackay Churchill Fellowship to investigate methods of identifying electronic crime which will contribute to the development of Australasia's response - USA, U.K., Netherlands, France, Japan PDF  
Brendan DELAHUNTY, Brendan 2001 To research initiatives developed to monitor and manage police relations with minority communities, particularly regarding tensions arising from specific police operations eg: "Zero Tolerance" initiatives - Singapore, UK, USA, New Zealand PDF  
Ian DICKER, Ian 2001 To study the integration of light agricultural aircraft into bushfire suppression operations - USA, South America, Canada. PDF  
Kevin SHERIDAN, Kevin 2001 The Donald Mackay Churchill Fellowship to review Asset Confiscation (Proceeds of Crime) Management Models in international police jurisdictions in order to identify an effective model for implementation in the Australian criminal justice system - Canada, PDF  
Judith SHIELDS, Judith 2001 To research fatigue engendered by operational requirements of medical crews in the air ambulance environment - USA PDF  
John WILSON AFSM, John 2001 The NRMA-ACT Road Safety Trust Churchill Fellowship to study Urgent Duty Driving training practices developed for emergency services personnel, along with public awareness campaigns pertaining to road safety within the community - Germany, Sweden, UK, USA PDF  
Peter BROWNE, Peter 2000 To study police and related community programmes aimed at reshaping the lives of wayward young people - USA, UK, Canada PDF  
Alicia EVANS, Alicia 2000 To study the nature and impact of forensic nursing agencies - USA
Christine HOWLETT, Christine 2000 To investigate ways to combat organised crime, in particular, money laundering via alternative remittance and underground banking systems - Hong Kong, Singapore, UK, France, Italy, USA, Canada PDF  
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