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NCJ Number: 157004 Find in a Library
Title: Inala Community and Police Network: An Evaluation
Author(s): L Kennedy; C Bond; K McManus; T Stenzel
Corporate Author: Queensland Criminal Justice Cmssn
Australia
Date Published: 1995
Page Count: 105
Sponsoring Agency: Queensland Criminal Justice Cmssn
Brisbane Albert Street, QLD, 4002
Sale Source: Queensland Criminal Justice Cmssn
P.O. Box 137
Brisbane Albert Street, QLD,
Australia
Type: Program/Project Description
Language: English
Country: Australia
Annotation: This report presents the findings of the Australian Criminal Justice Commission's evaluation of the Inala Community and Police Network, a community policing project, at the end of its 3-year pilot.
Abstract: The Inala Community and Police Network (the Network) is a community policing project established to improve Aboriginal and police relations in Inala, although the focus quickly expanded to general police/community relations. The main focus of the Network is on providing activities and services to the local community, particularly youth. In addition, a National Drug Strategy project is located with the Network. The Network's activities include: (1) providing advice and information in a variety of areas, e.g., referrals to welfare services, crime prevention, policing matters; (2) organizing youth diversionary programs; (3) liaising with local community agencies to reduce overlap in service provision and to ensure the exchange of information; and (4) patrolling the shopping center where the Network is located and responding to a limited range of crime committed within the shopping center. The report includes: (1) Evaluation Design; (2) Overview of Activities; (3) The Network and Community Relations; (4) The Network, Community Agency Liaison and Local Police Relations; and (5) Conclusions. Tables, figures, references, appendixes
Main Term(s): Police
Index Term(s): Australia; Community policing; Foreign criminal justice systems; Maoris; Model programs; Police community relations; Police-minority relations; Youth (Under 15)
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