Corrections Education and the Dynamics of Community Reintegration

Conference Program

Keynote Presentations

Opening Speech: Hon Christian Porter, Attorney General, Minister for Corrective Services (Western Australia

Keynote Address: Ms Jane Bateman (UK)
Offender Skills and Employment in England: Transforming delivery – a continuing story.

Keynote Address: Dr Sue Gordon (Australia)
How we can best achieve positive outcomes for Indigenous people who have come into contact with the criminal justice system?

Keynote Address: Mr Dirk Koudstaal (Australia)
Creating cooperatively with all stakeholders an advanced and highly secure ICT network for all inmates within existing cultural practices

Keynote Address: Professor Doris Mckenzie (USA)
What works in Correctional Education?

Keynote Address: Dr Lee Hong Neo (Singapore)
Offender Rehabilitation & Reintegration – A Singaporean Model

Keynote Address: Dr Dr Nicole Roullier (Canada)
A Rendez-vous with Freedom Creation of a UNESCO Chair in Applied Research for Education in Prisons

Note: All PowerPoint Presentations (PDF Format)

Speakers Paper
Terry Bartholomew,
Lesley Hardcastle
and Joe Graffam
Who is in favour of what with whom? Community views about the reintegration of women ex-prisoners.
 
Jane Bateman Offender Skills and Employment in England: Transforming delivery – a continuing story.
Jo Beckett Court Integrated Services Program
Shirley Fraser,
Yvette Bockisch
From Prison Industries to Industry Skills Centres
Yvette Bockisch,
Yvonne Russell
Assessing prisoner basic skills gaps – Corrections Victoria’s Language Literacy and Numeracy Assessment Toolkit
Associate Professor
Dr. Douglas, Katrina Nguyen
Reintegration Planning for ID Offenders –
Transitional Accommodation Support and Services
Diana Boswell,
Tim Moore
Responding To The Kid Inside: Introducing Response Ability Training
Rina Bruinsma Social inclusion through education and employment
Ray Chavez,
Peter Henson
Effective Collaboration leads to Progressive Success.
Sonia Chudiak Reducing reoffending through Social & Economic participation
Ron Cox, Tas Bedford The ACEA Community
 Kathy Csaba  Work Camps…Turning Traditional Incarceration on it’s Head.
 Jean Dally et al NSW Department Of Corrective Services Young Adult Offender Program Gurnang Life Challenge (Male) Adventure Based Challenge (Female) Satellite Programs (Male and Female)
Mr Peter Davidson,
Dr Delphine McFarlane
Optimise the training outcomes of Indigenous prisoners through the valid, reliable, culture-fair assessment of their training potential with the Q Test 
 D. Davies-Cotter CNC  The ongoing challenges related to the assessment, referral and treatment of South East Queensland Drug Court participants. (Discussion Paper)
Ed Carson, Andrew Day, Catherine Opitz Domestic Violence: Perpetrator programs in Western Australia
Rhyl Dearden Prisoners, Careers Education, Career Aspirations and Barriers to Achieving these goals 
 Melanie Dower Connect: The importance of community education for workers supporting families & post release prisoners.
 Shirley Fraser Industry Skills Centre
Margaret Giles, Anh T. Le Investment in Human Capital During Incarceration and Employment Prospects of Prisoners 
Anne Hampshire,
Jioji Ravulo and
Prue Burns
Making a difference with young people in the juvenile justice system: New research & its program and policy implications
 Peter Harvey – 10 x 14 Bricks  Stories from Youth in Lock-Up A Crime Prevention Resource 
Penny Kennedy Meeting the Challenges Re-entry Programs and Transitional Managers
Dirk Koudstaal, John Cianchi Creating cooperatively with all stakeholders an advanced and highly secure ICT network for all inmates within existing cultural practices (Powerpoint)
Dirk Koudstaal,
John Cianchi, Matthew Knott and Michael Koudstaal
Creating Cooperatively with all Stakeholders an Advanced and Highly Secure ICT Learning Network for all Inmates within Existing Cultural Prison Practices. (Paper)
Klara Lazar Transitional Services – Corrections Victoria
Violet Lotter VACRO Women’s Mentoring Program “A mentoring model to assist women to successfully re-integrate into the community”
Belinda Maloney,
Jo Beckett
Court Diversion Programs – A collaborative Approach
Mandy Marsters, Working with indigenous offenders / ex-offenders “down under”
Professor Doris Layton MacKenzie  What Works in Correctional Education? (Paper) 
What Works in Correctional Education? (Powerpoint)
Jean MacKenzie,
Lyn Shirley,
Andrew Day,
Tony Ward
UnitingCare West Outreach Services and The Good Lives Model of Offender Rehabilitation
Peter Merrotsy,
Kevin Lamoureux 
Gifted Youth and Juvenile Justice
Janey Muir-Smith The end…But really just the beginning
Murrish and Astone The Centrelink Community Team Prison Liaison Unit, Adults at Risk and Youth Services Unit
Dr Lee Hong Offender Rehabilitation & Reintegration – A Singaporean Model
Greg O’Connor Assistive Technology Making A Difference to Education, Employment and Social Inclusion Opportunities
Grazia Pagano, Merrilee Lands Remote Indigenous Delivery
Suzanne Rose  Giving from the Inside A Practical Guide to Juveniles and Reparation Projects
Nicole Rouillier Education… A Rendez-vous with Freedom Creation of a UNESCO Chair in Applied Research for Education in Prisons
Chris Schluter, 
Ron Cox
Building Future Independence
Miriam Scurrah Understanding Prisoner Learning – Complexities and Barriers
Larry Smith  Prisoner Employment Program…building a future
Dr. Peter Stephenson,
Wade Jensen,
Dr. Catherine Holmes
The Elders Visiting Program: A Northern Territory Government initiative involving Aboriginal inmates and Community Elders
Elaine Toovey  Putting people first at Acacia Prison, Western Australia
Jim Vess Risk Assessment and Risk Management with Sex Offenders: Community Protection vs. Offender Rights
 Cheryl Wiltshire, Helena Zielinska New ways to do old things: Building Basic Education in Corrections