Special Issue: Policing Vulnerable People: Police, Practice, Policy and Engagement – Social Sciences Journal

Dr Toby Miles-Johnson

QUT C4J member and Senior Lecturer in School of Justice, Dr Toby Miles-Johnson is Guest Editor of a special edition  issue of Social Sciences Journal titled, “Policing Vulnerable People:  Police, Practice, Policy and Engagement.”  This special issue includes  papers from three members of QUT C4J.

The authors and papers are:

  1. Policing Minority Communities: How Perception of Engagement and Level of “Awareness” Influence Officer Attitudes toward Practice – Dr Toby Miles-Johnson, Dr Suzanna Fay and Dr Susann Wiedlitzka –
  2. Racial Profiling, Surveillance and Over-Policing: The Over-Incarceration of Young First Nations Males in Australia – Dr Grace O Brien –
  3. Police Responses to Persons with Mental Illness: The Policy and Procedures Manual of One Australian Police Agency and ‘Procedural Justice Policy’ – Mr Matthew Morgan –
  4. Stonewalling in the Brick City: Perceptions of and Experiences with Seeking Police Assistance among LGBTQ Citizens – Ms Danielle M. Shields –

It’s great to see three QUT C4J members included in this special issue.  Well done to everyone involved.

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