The new policing: Partnerships, resources and modes of governance

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Project leader(s)

ARC Linkage Grant - Linkage Partner: Victoria Police

This project aimed to establish Australia as a world leader in policing research and policing practice. Following an exhaustive review of current approaches in Victoria and internationally, and backed up by needs assessment, a series of pilot programs at selected sites allowed the development of innovative models for securing and allocating resources that support innovative policing partnerships involving government, the business sector, non-government agencies, community-based organisations and citizens. The collaboration with Victoria Police provided a model for police-university partnership across Australia, and the pilot programs that were implemented and developed are replicable widely in Australia and overseas.

The project was showcased at the Nexus Policing: Binding Research to Practice conference.

Outcomes

Wodonga ‘Youth Show The Way’ Project: A guide to problem-solving in schools, October 2006

Nexus at a Glance - project summary, March 2008 (PDF 5.7MB)

Nexus Policing Project Toolkit, May 2008 (PDF 0.74MB)

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Professor Peter Grabosky

Peter Grabosky holds a PhD in Political Science from Northwestern University, and has written extensively on criminal justice and public policy. His general interests are in computer crime,...

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