Past Conference Presentations

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Ken McMaster
- Looking back to look forward

Dr Anna Erikson & James Brennan - Transformative justice

Lacey Schaefer- Environmenal Corrections

Dr Jarrod Gilbert - The History of Gangs in NZ

Laura pt 3
Danielle Pt 1

Laura Sewell - COMMIT PROGRAM

Danielle Arlanda Harris - Strategies men use to stop sexually offending

Paccoa conference 2016
Keynote speaker Day One:
Allan Wade​
Allan is best known for developing Response-Based Practice, with Linda Coates and Nick Todd. Response-Based Practice is a method of individual and family therapy, a framework for research and analysis, and a guide for diverse practice settings where violence is at issue; including criminal justice, therapy with adults and children, child protection, prevention, education, victim assistance, community coordination, and family law. Allan has published numerous articles and chapters on research and practice, which can be viewed at the Centre for Response-Based Practice website, www.responsebasedpractice.com
   
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Keynote Speaker Day Two: Anthony Fletcher
Tony Fletcher has 20 years’ experience working with men who have been using violence to women and children. This has also included working with men who have been subjected to child sexual abuse. Tony has had a leadership role in the development of a custodial and community based treatment program for FDV perpetrators. This includes the ongoing training and professional supervision of Corrective Services FDV perpetrator intervention practitioners.
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Special Guests
Violet Sheridan - Welcome to Country
Don Taylor, A/Executive Director ACT Corrective Services
Laurie Columb, 2016 PACCOA President
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David Matthews
Interim Co-ordinator General for Family Safety
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dr phillip birch
Informing assessment, informing treatment: Exploring factors of LGBTI Domestic and Family Violence
   
Prior to entering academia Philip worked as a criminologist in the field holding posts in the UK prison service as well as in the crime and disorder field, which involved managing a specialist crime unit.   
 
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Jason Hainsworth
Reducing violence or adhering to ideology - perpetuation of gender stereotypes in domestic violence strategy
Jason Hainsworth commenced with corrections as a probation and parole officer in 2004 after completing studies in Criminology and Psychology. He completed a Master of Criminology in 2011, including a thesis on the role of gender in the NSW approach to domestic violence.   
 

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​Graeme Pearce
     
Wangkara Kulini Wanti Waltja Punganyi
   
Between 2004 and 2007  Graeme Pearce initiated and managed the Indigenous Family Violence Offender Program in the Northern Territory before resigning accepting a 2 year contract with the challenge of implementing and delivering family violence programs in the 500,000 square kilometres of the Ngaanyatjarra Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara (NPY) Lands of Western Australia, South Australia and Northern Territory. Come 2016 and Graeme continues his work within the Cross Borders Programs successfully delivering family violence programs to Aboriginal men in 13 different communities in the NPY Lands.
   
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Chris Blatch
     
Evaluation Of Recidivism And Evaluation Of Recidivism Outcomes For Indigenous Men
   
     
The Domestic Abuse Program (DAP) was awarded an Australian Crime and Violence Prevention Award in 2012 and was published this year in the Journal of Aggression, Conflict & Peace Research. A study evaluating the effectiveness of the DAP for Indigenous offenders is awaiting publication in the Australian Institute of Criminology’s Research and Public Policy Issues Bulletin. Chris Blatch's prime research interests are program effectiveness, risk, recidivism and program cost benefits.
   
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​Heather Nancarrow
     
Holding Perpetrators To Account: Strengthening Evidence For Policy And Practice
   


 Australia’s National Research Organisation for Women’s Safety Limited (ANROWS) is an independent, not-for-profit company established as an initiative under Australia’s National Plan to Reduce Violence against Women and their Children 2010-2022 (the National Plan).  Heather Nancarrow has 30 years’ experience working on the prevention of violence against women, including direct service provision, policy and legislation, and research and professional development.​​
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​mICHELLE mICALLEF
     
Self Care
   
Self care is about taking the time to do what you need, as an individual, to look after yourself. This is an individual choice regarding what activities you can do to take care of yourself and your interests. At PACCOA we strongly encourage each of you to find out what activities help keep you feeling relaxed and happy and actively engage in these activities each and every day. 

PACCOA Conference 2014 Panel Discussion

Dr Faye Taxman, David Daley, Dr Carolyn Johnson, Dr Deborah Dawson - How do we negotiation the process demands of the role to provide evidence based practice?

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dr faye taxman

Evidence Based Practice

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liz moore

Working together: Insights from the international observations

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Dr Deborah Dawson

The 3-Predictor Model as a Throughcare Model: Assessment, Treatment and supervision of Indigenous Sex Offenders

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Dr CAROLYN JOHNSON

Familicide-Suicide: From Myth to Hypothesis and Towards Understand and Interdisciplinary Intervention

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Dr DAVID DALEY

When the Tide Turns: Working Together in More
Challenging Times

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THURSDAY PANEL

Dr Faye Taxman, Anita Borg, Jon Rouse - With all we know of violence, what are the best management strategies? How do we ameliorate risk with collaborative practice?

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ANITA BORG

Self-Care and Professional Boundaries

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DET. INSP. JON ROUSE

Dismantling a child sex offender network through international collaboration

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Prof Douglas Boer

Nature of Assessing and Managing Risk

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Dr Mayumi Purvis

Working collaboratively with the one person who really counts: why we should do it

PACCOA Conference 2013 - Day 2 - Panel and Evaluations 


PACCOA Conference 2013 -  Johnny Marango

PACCOA Conference 2013 - Christine Brown

PACCOA Conference 2013 - Peter May


PACCOA Conference 2013 - Gail Green


PACCOA Conference 2013 - Matire Kupenga Wanoa


PACCOA Conference 2013 - Larry Smith


PACCOA Conference 2013 - Professor Anthony Doob


PACCOA Conference 2013 - Day 1 - Panel and Evaluations


PACCOA Conference 2013 - Yilmar Woldabreal


PACCOA Conference 2013 - Raewyn Mutch


PACCOA Conference 2013 - Ben Grimes


PACCOA Conference 2013 - Donna Chee


PACCOA Conference 2013 - Patricia Miller


PACCOA Conference 2013 - Mr Ken Middlebrook