Young people and bail
Bibliography: Bail and young people
Last updated: 27 February 2013.
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Blakemore, C 2010, ‘Juvenile justice presentation for NSW Opposition’, Undercurrent, no. 2, pp. 18-19.
Cunneen, C 2002, ‘The impact of bail amendments on young people’, presented at The Institute of Criminology Seminar: Crisis in Bail and Remand, Sydney University Law School, 29 May 2002.
Daly, M 2012, ‘Hobart Youth Justice Pilot: Doing justice for young people, issues and challenges for judicial administration in Australia and New Zealand’, presented at Doing Justice for Young People – Issues and Challenges for Judicial Administration in Australia and New Zealand Conference, Brisbane, 23-25 August 2012.
Haesler, A 2008, ‘Kids are sleeping: New bail laws’, presented to the NSW Criminal Defence Lawyer’s Association, 16 April 2008.
Heller, E & Mathis, M 2012, ‘Breaching bail – A young person’s perspective’, presented by Juvenile Justice, Department of Attorney General and Justice NSW at Doing Justice for Young People – Issues and Challenges for Judicial Administration in Australia and New Zealand Conference, Brisbane, 23-25 August 2012.
King, J & Hegarty, D 2002, ‘Bail support services in Queensland: A collaborative approach to crime prevention’, presented at The Crime Prevention Conference convened by the Australian Institute of Criminology and Commonwealth Attorney-General’s Department Crime Prevention Branch, Sydney, 12-13 September 2002.
Stubbs, J 2009, ‘Critical reflections on bail and remand for young people in NSW’, presented at The Australian and New Zealand Critical Criminology Conference, Monash University, Melbourne, 8-9 July 2009; published in Segrave, M (ed) Conference Proceedings, School of Political & Social Inquiry, Monash University, pp. 244-57.
Venables, P & Rutledge, R 2003, ‘The Conditional Bail Programme: early intervention without net widening’ presented at Juvenile Justice: From Lessons of the Past to a Road Map for the Future, Australian Institute of Criminology and NSW Department of Juvenile Justice Conference, Sydney, 1-2 December 2003, retrieved 15 February 2013, from http://www.aic.gov.au/media_library/conferences/2003-juvenile/venables.pdf.
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