The 6th Juvenile Justice Summit will take place on 4-5 May 2017 at the Swissotel Sydney.
The two day conference is a great opportunity to meet with like-minded professionals and learn about innovation and best practice in the field of youth justice. Through a series of program case studies, policy related papers and research findings, discussions will revolve around intervention, diversion, rehabilitation, risk assessment, staff training and indigenous youth programs, among other topics.
The conference provides a networking opportunity to discuss critical issues in Juvenile Justice.
The National Juvenile Justice Summit is a major gathering of government agencies, not for profit organisations, academia and legal representatives working in the youth justice sector. Whether your goal is to showcase thought leadership, make new contacts, introduce products and services or to establish and maintain your prominence in the industry, we offer a range of Sponsorship and Exhibition Opportunities to meet your specific objectives. To enquire about how you could get involved or to discuss branding sponsorship packages please contact Samantha Lister: Samantha.Lister@informa.com.au or phone – 02 9080 4432
Director, Youth Advocacy Centre Inc.
Judge Amanda Chambers
President, Children’s Court of Victoria
Assistant Commissioner Jeff Loy APM
Northern Region Commander, NSW Police Force
Community Safety Officer, Darebin City Council
Principal Project Officer, Youth on Track, NSW Department of Justice
State Manager – Tasmania, Save the Children
Co-Ordinator, Children’s Court Assistance Scheme
State Director – NSW and ACT, Mission Australia
Research Fellow, Designing Out Crime Research Centre
Dr Elizabeth Grant
Senior Research Fellow, University of Adelaide
In house counsel, Youth Crime, Victoria Legal Aid
Dr Diana Johns
Lecturer in Criminology, School of Social & Political Sciences, University of Melbourne
Magistrate, Churchill Fellow 2014
Judge Peter Johnstone
President, Children’s Court of NSW
Associate Professor Helen Farley
Institute of Digital Futures, Southern Queensland University
Principal of Schools, Parkville College
Dr Wendy O’Brien
Researcher/Senior Lecturer in Criminology, International Social Service Australia/Deakin University
Professor Chris Trotter
Director Monash Criminal Justice Research Consortium, Social Work Department, Monash University Caulfield
Clinical Associate Professor Raewyn Mutch
Senior Research Fellow, Telethon Kids Institute
PhD Candidate, Telethon Kids Institute