Parent-child dynamics in community conferences some questions for reintegrative shaming, practice and restorative justice J Prichard 2002 * Australian and New Zealand Journal of Criminology 35(3) 330-346.
National project on drink spiking: investigating the nature and extent of drink spiking in Australia N Taylor, J Prichard and K Charlton 2004 * Canberra: Ministerial Council on Drug Strategy.
Conscience and moral development an explanation of RISE recidivism results with implications for juvenile conferencing and restorative justice J Prichard and R Burton-Smith 2004 * Australasian Dispute Resolution Journal 15(4) 247-260.
Alcohol, drugs and crime: a study of juveniles in detention J Prichard and J Payne 2005 * Research and Public Policy Series no. 67, Canberra: AIC.
Parents of Young Offenders: Remodelling Restorative Justice J Prichard 2007 * University of Tasmania Law Review 26(2) 109-199.
Net-Widening and the Diversion of Young People From Court: A Longitudinal Analysis With Implications for Restorative Justice J Prichard 2010 * Australian and New Zealand Journal of Criminology vol 43 (1) 112-129.
Developing a method for site-specific wastewater analysis: implications for prisons and other agencies with an interest in illicit drug use J Prichard (primary author), C Ort, R Bruno, C Garther, P Kirkbride, W Hall, F Yin Lai, S Carter, P Thai, P Mueller, A and JF Salinas 2010 * Journal of Law, Information and Science forthcoming.
Detouring Civil Liberties? Drug-driving Laws in Australia J Prichard (primary author) A Matthews, R Bruno, K Rayment, H & K James 2010 * Griffith Law Review vol. 19(2) 330-349.
My interdisciplinary research training includes honours in psychology (1995) and a PhD in law (2004) from the University of Tasmania. At the Australian Institute of Criminology (2003-2005) I managed a national project on substance use by young detainees (Drug Use Careers of Offenders) and collaborated with research teams on drink spiking as well as illicit drug markets in regional Indigenous communities. At Queenslands Crime and Misconduct Commission (CMC) (2005-2006) I continued researching the nexus between drugs, health and law enforcement, collaborating on the Profiling the Queensland Amphetamine Market study. Other research projects at the CMC included data analysis on police corruption and a review of Queenslands public prosecution system.
In 2006 I moved from a research setting to work in government policy formation in Queensland, until the commencement of my UTas lectureship in November 2007. My substantive roles concerned child protection (Senior Policy Officer, Department of the Premier and Cabinet) and policing in Indigenous communities (Special Projects Manager, Department of Communities).
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KHA212-312 Psychology and Law