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A/Prof Julia Quilter
Researching criminal justice issues: alcohol-related violence, one punch laws, public order, homelessness, fines & sexual violence jquilter@uow.edu.au
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Journal for Crime, Justice & Social Democracy Feb 12
📢Call for abstracts special issue: Beyond Cybercrime: New perspectives on crime, harm & digital technologies, guest editors
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UOW LHA Jan 22
Are drug dogs and strip-searches an effective way to prevent harm to young people? This marked the moment many in the community discovered their threshold for preventative law and order. shares her thoughts for What are your thoughts?
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A/Prof Julia Quilter Jan 12
Longer opening hours for bottle shops increases risks of domestic violence
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UOW Jan 2
Our Batemans Bay and Bega campuses have become places of refuge for affected people. “The University stands with the community as we confront this unprecedented emergency,” says UOW Vice Chancellor Paul Wellings. Read our full response to the NSW fires:
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Georgie Dent Dec 28
Interrupting holidays with an ask! Can I urge you to share this cover, buy the magazine when it hits stands tomorrow & pledge your support for the ? We’ve joined forces with 31 prominent Australians to campaign for this long overdue change.
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Heather Douglas Dec 25
Just in time for the break(!) Queensland Law Reform Commission has released its consultation paper on mistake of fact and law- due 31 Jan.
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A/Prof Julia Quilter Dec 21
The timeless appeal of an ocean pool – turns out it's a good investment, too via
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A/Prof Julia Quilter Dec 14
Nearly 1000 strangulation charges laid within first 12 months of new laws
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A/Prof Julia Quilter Dec 12
Do unto others? Power of religions to discriminate must have limits via
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A/Prof Julia Quilter Dec 5
High Court finds NSW Police cannot arrest without intending to charge
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UOW LHA Dec 4
UOW's Associate Professor in Law, is featured in this piece by the Law Society Journal on 'the right to know' Act that was never enacted. Read more
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A/Prof Julia Quilter Dec 3
No parent/guardian present during strip-search of children with officer not recording reasons for this omission
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A/Prof Julia Quilter Dec 2
Senior NSW Police officer says strip-search laws too vague
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A/Prof Julia Quilter Nov 28
Frontline doctors urge Premier to trial pill testing, end strip searches for drugs via
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A/Prof Julia Quilter Nov 28
Sydney lockout laws to be scrapped almost entirely from 14 January
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A/Prof Julia Quilter Nov 26
Mt Druitt rap group claim NSW police placing improper pressure on venues to prevent them touring in Sydney due to alleged links with street crime & anti-social behaviour
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Herald Sun Nov 22
More than 100 cyclists are being nabbed for a range of infringements in Victoria each week. See the most common offences.
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A/Prof Julia Quilter Nov 12
Own a bike you never ride? We need to learn how to fail better at active transport via
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A/Prof Julia Quilter Nov 8
When the coroner looked at how to cut drug deaths at music festivals, the evidence won. But what happens next? via
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A/Prof Kate Seear Nov 7
Up now event on consent in law and history: asks: “what does free and voluntary agreement” to consent really mean?
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