Trust and Safety: Meeting the Needs of Diverse Groups in Local Safety Initiatives
International Journal of Diversity in Organizations, Communities and Nations, Volume 3.
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Dr Julian Bondy is a senior lecturer and the Program Manager for the Criminal
Justice Administration program in the Department of Justice and Youth Studies,
RMIT University. His research and evaluation work runs across a number of
criminal justice and policy areas. He has conducted research and evaluations on
behalf of governments, peak-bodies, universities and criminal justice agencies,
including: the Criminology Research Council; the Australian Research Council;
the Victorian Minister responsible for Youth Affairs (1995); the Minister for Police
and Emergency Services (2002-3); the peak body representing youth workers and
young people in Victoria - The Youth Affairs Council of Victoria (YACVic); the
Victorian Community Council Against Violence; the Victoria Police; and the
Victorian Department of Justice. Recently he was Project Director for the
evaluation of the Pilot Bail Advocacy and Support Services Program for the Office
of the Correctional Services Commissioner. He is a Principal Researcher in a
Victorian Drug Law Enforcement Fund partnership project (Victoria Police, RMIT
University, YACVic, Royal Australasian College of Surgeons) and along with
Alan Ogilvie and Brad Astbury is currently finalising an investigation focused on
the carriage of knives among young people. He is also Project Director for the
Voluntary Policing Study being undertaken by RMIT, The Police Association and
the Victoria Police.
Researcher, Criminal Justice Administration Program, International and Community Studies. RMIT University, Australia.
Lecturer in Criminal Justice Administration, School of International
and Community Studies, RMIT University, Australia.
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