Regulation of Indigenous Safety Strategies: Night Patrols and Policy
Funding: 2017: $22,780
Project Member(s): Anthony, T.
Funding or Partner Organisation: Australian Research Council (ARC Discovery Projects)
Start year: 2016
Summary: This project aims to identify the qualities that make Night Patrols unique, including the role of Indigenous women patrollers. It will create a greater awareness of the role gender plays in reforming policing and community safety programs and generate best-practice models of Night Patrols. The findings of this research will inform and improve the capacities of agencies and regulatory authorities and indigenous communities to work together, leading to greater security, peace and safety.
Anthony, T & Blagg, H 2019, 'Roads to freedom? Indigenous mobility and settler law in Central Australia' in Carlen, P & Ayres França, L (eds), Justice Alternatives, Routledge, Oxon, pp. 144-157.
Anthony, T & Tranter, K 2019, 'Race, Australian Colonialism and Technologies of Mobility in Kalgoorlie', University of Western Australia Law Review, vol. 45, no. 2, pp. 99-135.
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Blagg, H & Anthony, T 2018, '"Stone walls do not a prison make": Bare Life and the Carceral Archipelago in colonial and postcolonial societies' in Stanley, E (ed), Human Rights and Incarceration: Critical Explorations, Palgrave Macmillan, Germany, pp. 257-283.
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Blagg, H & Anthony, T 2018, '‘Stone Walls Do Not a Prison Make’: Bare Life and the Carceral Archipelago in Colonial and Postcolonial Societies' in Human Rights and Incarceration, Springer International Publishing, pp. 257-283.
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Anthony, T 2017, 'Are Indigenous Australians the Most Incarcerated People in the World?' in Watson, J (ed), The Conversation Yearbook 2017: 50 Articles That Informed Public Debate, Melbourne University Press, Melbourne.
Keywords: crime reduction strategies, Aboriginal communities, community safety mechanisms, policing
FOR Codes: Private Policing and Security Services, Causes and Prevention of Crime, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Law, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Development and Welfare, Crime Prevention, Law Enforcement