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Justice: Diploma of Justice Research report assessment task

Introduction

On this page you will find some online resources to help you with this assignment.

Below is a list of print books available for loan from the library.

Good planning and good luck.

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Topic 2 - Victoria police diversity and inclusion

Option 2: You work for Victoria Police in recruitment and your manager has asked you to compile a report to present to the HR team outlining diversity and inclusion in the Victoria Police. Your report needs to address current diversity and inclusion of the force and where improvements could be made. You will distribute the report and present your findings to the Human Resource Committee.

Australian Policy Online (APO) 

use search terms like "workforce diversity" "discrimination" "multiculturalism" "employment" "Victoria police"

Narrow your search results by date published, subject, country, author resource type.

APO also has a "more like this feature"

Australia & New Zealand Reference Centre

Start with terms "Victoria police" "inclusion" "diversity" and explore the results.

Search terms can be truncated with *, and you can use AND & OR to further tailor your search.

Ebook Central

Use search terms like "diversity" "inclusion" "workplace"

Narrow your results by editing the search and using terms like "police", or limit by most recently published

top tip: you can view the contents page to make sure this book has the right information for you

Topic 1 - youth corrections group conferencing

Option 1: You work in youth corrections and you have been asked to perform some research into the effectiveness of group conferencing (a restorative justice practice), for victims, youth offenders and the community. This report is to be distributed and your research presented in your next team meeting as part of your organisation’s focus on continuous improvement.

Australian Policy Online (APO) 

use search terms like "group conferencing" "youth Justice" "alternate dispute resolution" "restorative justice"

Narrow your search results by date published, subject, country, author resource type.

APO also has a "more like this feature"

Australia & New Zealand Reference Centre

Start with terms "group conferencing" "youth Justice" and explore the results.

Search terms can be truncated with *, and you can use AND & OR to further tailor your search.

Ebook Central

Use search terms like "group conferencing" "restorative justice" "youth corrections"

Narrow your results by editing the search and using terms like "Australia" 

top tip: you can view the contents page to make sure this book has the right information for you

 

Topic 3 - community justice support group community safety

Option 3: You work for a community justice support group (choose any community area for this – your own or another) and have been asked to research and write a report to present to the local community about community safety locally. The community could include migrant communities, refugee groups, religious groups, and youth groups in the area. They are committed to promoting safety and spreading messages to their associated groups. 

Australian Policy Online (APO) 

use search terms like "community safety" "community justice" "youth Justice" 

Narrow your search results by date published, subject, country, author resource type.

APO also has a "more like this feature"

Australia & New Zealand Reference Centre

Start with terms "community justice" "community safety" "promotion" and explore the results.

Search terms can be truncated with *, and you can use AND & OR to further tailor your search.

Ebook Central

Use search terms like "community safety" "crime prevention" "safety campaign"

Narrow your results by editing the search and using terms like "Australia" , or limit by most recently published.

top tip: you can view the contents page to make sure this book has the right information for you

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