An international research team, funded by the Australian Research Council, led by A/Professor Kerry Carrington, spoke to the workshop about Enhancing the Policing and Integrated Responses to #DV and #SV. They explained that specialist police stations that emerged in Argentina in 1988 responded only to victims/survivors of sexual and or domestic violence and work in …
Mirko Fernandez from United Nations Women talks about Gender Responsive Policing
Mirko Fernandez from United Nations Women, Geneva, zoomed in live to address the workshop on 21 October 2022 at the University of the Sunshine Coast. He spoke about The Handbook of Gender Responsive Police Service published in 2021 in collaboration with UNODC and the IAWP. The Handbook was developed by police for police to provide them with a practical guide to implementing gender responsive policing and putting in place accountability measures to track progress toward goals.
The Executive Summary and Full copy of my Public Submission Independent Commission of Inquiry into Queensland Police Service responses to domestic and family violence
Mural painted by DFV survivors to the entrance of a specialist police station, Argentina designed to receive survivors. It says “Break the Silence”
Would China Back Women in Policing In the Pacific? Not likely, but Australia could, according to Dr Melissa Jardine
“China’s pursuit of a Pacific-wide deal with island nations covering policing, security and data communications cooperation leaves the new Labor government in Australia facing a challenge to be the security “partner of choice” in the region. While the full details of these proposed agreements are not yet known, China is unlikely to include programs of work to …