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Hundreds of experts push for early release and other actions to protect prisoners from COVID-19

Introduction by Croakey: More than 360 justice and health advocates have signed an open letter urgently calling on Australian governments to reduce the risk of transmission of COVID-19 in the Australian criminal justice system, especially prisons and youth detention centres.

They have called for the early release of some prisoners, including those at high risk of harm from COVID-19, such as people with pre-existing health conditions and older people, children and young people.

They have also called for early release of those detained for summary offences, such as unlawful driving, public disorder, and fine default, as well as for property crimes, non-violent drug offences, common assault, and breach of justice procedures. Early release should also be granted to those likely to be released in the next six months.

Decarceration is necessary to protect the health and well-being of prisoners and the wider community, says the letter, which was led by Professor Lorana Bartels, Program Leader of Criminology, Australian National University, and Professor Thalia Anthony,  Leader, Criminal Justice Cluster, University of Technology Sydney.

Signatories include former Western Australia Premier Peter Dowding and other ex-politicians, lawyers, Aboriginal health advocates, health, medical and legal academics, human rights advocates, and also the Chief Executive of the Australian Healthcare and Hospitals Association, Alison Verhoeven, and John Feneley, former NSW Mental Health Commissioner.

In Finland, short prison sentences are being postponed because of concerns about the impact of coronavirus, and in the United States, where cases have been reported among inmates, jails have begun releasing some prisoners to help reduce the risk to vulnerable groups. Outbreaks in prisons have occurred in China and other countries.

However, the only related announcement from today’s national cabinet meeting was that “each State’s and Territory’s adult correctional system will restructure personal prison visits to help manage the risk posed to prisoners and staff by the introduction of COVID-19 into custodial facilities. Depending on their operational needs, this may include stopping visits in some jurisdictions”.

Meanwhile, the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Legal Service (QLD) LTD (ATSILS) advises that all pre court and court circuits into the Torres Strait Islands, Northern Peninsula Area, Gulf of Carpentaria and Cape Regions, and now into the communities of Woorabinda, Yarrabah, Palm Island and Cherbourg have been suspended immediately due to COVID-19 concerns.


Open letter to Australian governments on COVID-19 and the criminal justice system

We the undersigned are seeking your immediate action to reduce the risk of transmission of COVID-19 in the Australian criminal justice system, especially prisons and youth detention centres.

We know that COVID-19 spreads quickly in closed spaces and prisons are commonly epicentres for infectious diseases. This is particularly a concern where there is overcrowding, with most Australian prisons operating at over 100% of their design capacity. The World Health Organization (WHO) has identified overcrowding as a structural problem that contributes to the spread of infections in prisons.

In addition, many people who are incarcerated also have chronic conditions, such as diabetes, cardiovascular disease and asthma, which makes them vulnerable to more severe forms of COVID-19. Research on other diseases, such as tuberculosis (TB) and hepatitis, shows rates of infection among incarcerated populations are up to 100 times higher than outside of prisons.

It is only a matter of time before COVID-19 breaks out in our prisons and youth detention centres. This will then have a substantial flow-on effect to the community, including community health services.

People are continually churning in and out of prisons and then being released to their communities. Significantly, 77% of people entering and 33% of people in prison are unsentenced and 30% of sentenced prisoners are expected to serve less than 12 months.

Failing to deal with COVID-19 in the criminal justice system will also have a disproportionate effect on vulnerable populations over-represented in prisons, namely Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples; people from low socio-economic backgrounds; people experiencing homelessness; and people with disabilities.

Prisons experience a daily influx of correctional staff, health care workers, lawyers, educators, non-governmental support workers and visitors — all of whom can carry viral conditions at the prison back to their homes and communities and return the next day carrying them from home. In the current circumstances, it is unviable to preclude incarcerated people becoming infected with COVID-19 and spreading the virus beyond prison walls.

Healthcare in prisons is already overstretched, which creates a risk that people living and working in prisons will not be monitored regularly enough. Symptoms need to be addressed quickly. Isolating people suspected of having the virus will also be a major challenge.

People in prisons also may not be able to regularly wash their hands, which may promote the spread of disease. Hand sanitiser, which contains alcohol, may be considered contraband. Prisoners share bathrooms, laundry and areas where food is consumed. Most toilets do not have lids. Many cells are doubled-up and prisoners share rooms and cottages in low security prisons. Air circulation can be poor, as many windows do not open. Soap may only be available at a cost and many prisoners have no prison employment and no money for this.

To prevent prisons becoming COVID-19 hotspots, the only logical response is decarceration. This emergency measure is necessary to protect the health and well-being of prisoners and the wider community.

As the pandemic has widened, international measures have included Iran’s release of 85,000 prisoners, Ireland’s proposal to release prisoners with less than 12 months to serve and the proposed release of high-risk inmates from Rikers Island and elsewhere in the United States and United Kingdom.

Prisons are the remaining sphere of Australian society that is denied the protection of infection control standards. Prisoners are forced into a possible site of contagion with no choice over the prison facility, or cell-mates with whom they will be detained. Imprisonment should not involve forced subjection to a deadly infection. Overcrowded prisons are simply incapable of quarantining people. Policies need to be directed to releasing prisoners, and laws governing police, prosecution and judicial discretion need to be changed to prevent further imprisonment.

We are therefore calling on all Australian governments to, as a matter of urgency:

  • Ensure prisoners are informed on the status of COVID-19 and their rights;
  • Ensure compliance with international laws and the standards for health treatment of prisoners, including the UN Standard Minimum Rules for the Treatment of Prisoners (Rule 24) and the Basic Principles for the Treatment of Prisoners (Rule 9);
  • Adopt, to the extent possible, best-practice sanitation (including alcohol-based sanitisers if necessary) and social distancing techniques to promote prisoner and staff safety;
  • Support not-for-profit and government agencies to work with prisoners and their families to find them safe accommodation when they are released;
  • Minimise the impact of restrictions on prisoners (e.g., frequent opportunities to communicate with family online, in the absence of face-to-face visits; increased access to and availability of phones; judicious approach to the use of solitary confinement);
  • Minimise the use of resources on the detection and prosecution of non-violent offences that do not pose a significant risk to the community;
  • Support bail and non-custodial penalties for all defendants who do not present a very high risk that cannot be managed in the community (e.g., through electronic monitoring), noting that stringent restrictions on daily movement are likely in any event;
  • Legislate to require bail and sentencing courts to consider the risk that a current pandemic will present to the prisoner and their community upon release, with a view to promoting community-based options;
  • Facilitate remote supervision of bail and community corrections;
  • Provide additional support to victims, noting the likely increased risk of family violence for those in home quarantine conditions;
  • Resource community legal centres, legal aid, Aboriginal legal services and prosecution agencies to facilitate remote interaction;
  • Provide for the early release of prisoners, including: those at high risk of harm from COVID-19, including those with pre-existing health conditions and older people; children and young people; those detained for summary offences (e.g., unlawful driving; public disorder; fine default); property crimes; non-violent drug offences; common assault; and breach of justice procedures; and those who are likely to be released in the next six months.

Signatories

  1. Dr Lorana Bartels Professor and Program Leader of Criminology, Australian National University (ANU), Adjunct Professor, University of Canberra and University of Tasmania
  2. Dr Thalia Anthony Professor of Law and Leader, Criminal Justice Cluster, University of Technology Sydney
  3. Karen Fletcher Managing Lawyer, Public Interest Law, Fitzroy Legal Service Inc
  4. Dr Deirdre Howard-Wagner Associate Professor, Centre for Aboriginal Economic Policy Research, ANU
  5. Dr Bronwyn Naylor Professor of Law, Graduate School of Business and Law, RMIT University
  6. Dr Anna Olsen Senior Fellow, Social Foundations of Medicine, ANU
  7. Dr Elena Marchetti Professor of Law, Griffith Law School, Griffith University
  8. Dr Andrew Day Professor, School of Social and Political Sciences (Criminology), University of Melbourne
  9. Dr Anthony Hopkins Associate Professor, College of Law, ANU
  10. Giverney Ainscough PhD Candidate (Criminology), Centre for Social Methods and Research, ANU
  11. Dr Jill Guthrie Senior Fellow, National Centre for Epidemiology and Population Health, ANU
  12. Dr Isabelle Bartkowiak-Théron Senior Researcher, Tasmanian Institute of Law Enforcement Studies, University of Tasmania
  13. Dr Jamie Walvisch Lecturer, Law Faculty, Monash University
  14. Karen Fletcher Managing Lawyer, Public Interest Law, Fitzroy Legal Service Inc.
  15. Natalie Ironfield PhD Candidate and Indigenous Teaching Specialist, Department of Criminology, University of Melbourne
  16. Dr Ian Warren Senior Lecturer Criminology Deakin University
  17. Dr Michael Doyle Senior Research Fellow, Centre of Research Excellence Indigenous Health and Alcohol, University of Sydney
  18. Dr Kelly Richards Associate Professor, School of Justice, Queensland University of Technology
  19. Dr Monique Mann Senior Lecturer in Criminology, Deakin University
  20. Dr Laura Bedford Lecturer in Criminology Deakin University
  21. Dr Imogen Richards Lecturer in Criminology, Deakin University
  22. Dr Dave McDonald Lecturer in Criminology, University of Melbourne
  23. Dr Harry Blagg Professor of Criminology, Law School, University of Western Australia
  24. Dr Diarmaid Harkin Senior Lecturer in Criminology, Deakin University
  25. Dr Francis Markham Research Fellow, Centre for Aboriginal Economic Policy Research, ANU
  26. David Brown Emeritus Professor, Law Faculty, UNSW Sydney
  27. Dr Paul Simpson Research Fellow, The Kirby Institute, UNSW Sydney
  28. Dr Jane Bolitho Senior Lecturer in Criminology, UNSW Sydney
  29. Dr Bree Carlton Senior Lecturer in Criminology, Deakin University
  30. Nicole Spicer Consultant Lawyer, Stary Norton Halphen Lawyer and sessional academic, Monash University
  31. Sara Kowal Manager – Partnerships and Clinics, Capital Punishment Impact Initiative, Monash University
  32. Dr Fiona Haines Professor of Criminology, University of Melbourne
  33. Reece Walters Professor of Criminology, Deakin University
  34. Dr Judy Putt Research Fellow, Department of Pacific Affairs, Australian National University Elizabeth Evatt AC International Commission of Jurists
  35. Dr Mark Wood Lecturer in Criminology, Deakin University
  36. Sally Andersen Sessional lecturer, Law Faculty, Monash University
  37. Susan Harris Rimmer Associate Professor of Law, Griffith University
  38. Tessa Di Paolo Lawyer Stary Norton Halphen Criminal Law Specialists
  39. Alana Reader Lawyer, Stary Norton Halphen Criminal Law Specialists
  40. Dr Janet Chan Professor, Faculty of Law, UNSW Sydney
  41. Fay Gertner Senior Lecturer in Criminology, Monash University
  42. Courtney Hart Lawyer, Stary Norton Halphen, Criminal Law Specialists
  43. Dr Robin Fitzgerald Senior Lecturer in Criminology, University of Queensland
  44. Dr Robyn Blewer Lecturer in Law, Griffith University
  45. Sarah Condon Lawyer, Stary Norton Halphen, Criminal Law Specialists
  46. Dr Anastasia Powell Associate Professor of Criminology & Justice Studies, RMIT University
  47. Robyn Oxley Assistant Lecturer in Criminology, Monash University
  48. Dr Jennifer Balint Associate Professor in Socio-Legal Studies, Criminology, University of Melbourne
  49. Dr Claire Loughnan Lecturer in Criminology, University of Melbourne
  50. Lachlan Simpson Systems Administrator, UNSW
  51. Ian Neil Manager, Pivot Support Services
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  89. Mr William Barker Barrister, Victorian Bar
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  91. Hugo Moodie Barrister, Victorian Bar
  92. David McDonald Director, Social Research & Evaluation Pty Ltd, FPHAA
  93. Lucinda Thies Barrister, Victorian Bar
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  95. Maddy Grant Lawyer, Stary Norton Halphen, Criminal Law Specialists
  96. Karen Soldatic Associate Professor in Social Work, Western Sydney University
  97. Katarina Ljubicic Barrister, Victoria Bar
  98. Ross Homel Professor of Criminology and Criminal Justice, Griffith University
  99. Loene Howes Senior Lecturer in Criminology, University of Tasmania
  100. Nadine M Connell Associate Professor of Criminology & Criminal Justice, Griffith University
  101. Anthony Barker Criminology and Criminal Justice student, Griffith University
  102. Rishi Nathwani Barrister, Victorian Bar
  103. Kavita Raj Honours student, Criminology and Criminal Justice, Griffith University
  104. Dr Matthew Ball Associate Professor, School of Justice, Queensland University of Technology
  105. Dr Joe Graffam Emeritus Professor, Office of the Vice-Chancellor, Deakin University
  106. Dr Fran Gale Senior Lecturer, School of Social Science, Western Sydney University
  107. Richard Harding Emeritus Professor, University of Western Australia
  108. Kirstie Broadfield PhD Candidate, James Cook University
  109. Dr Alyce McGovern Associate Professor of Criminology, UNSW Sydney
  110. Dr Patrick Emerton Associate Professor, Faculty of Law, Monash University
  111. Dr Emma Colvin Senior Lecturer, Centre for Law and Justice, Charles Sturt University
  112. Emma Mitchell Student, Bachelor Laws (Hons) / Bachelor of Criminology and Criminal Justice, Griffith University
  113. Dr Hannah McGlade Senior Indigenous Research Fellow, Curtin University
  114. Dr Janet Hunt Associate Professor, Centre for Aboriginal Economic Policy Research, ANU
  115. Dr Susanne Karstedt Professor of Criminology and Criminal Justice, Griffith University
  116. Michael Levy AM Professor of Medicine, ANU
  117. Ashlea Addamo Lawyer, Leanne Warren & Associates
  118. Stuart Kinner Professor and Head, Justice Health Unit, University of Melbourne
  119. Dr Jamal Barnes Lecturer in Criminology, Edith Cowan University
  120. Rohan Lawrence Barrister, Victorian Bar
  121. Dr Emma Campbell CEO, ACT Council of Social Service
  122. Jeremy Boland CEO, Positive Youth Incorporated
  123. Dr Tess Bartlett Research Fellow, Monash Gender and Family Violence Prevention Centre, Monash University
  124. Farah Banihali Senior Lawyer, Victoria Legal Aid
  125. George Newhouse Adjunct Professor of Law, Macquarie University
  126. Dr Andy Kaladelfos Lecturer in Criminology, UNSW Sydney
  127. Dr Cait Storr Chancellor’s Postdoctoral Research Fellow, University of Technology Sydney
  128. Dr Sarah Keenan Senior Lecturer, Birkbeck School of Law, University of London
  129. Dr Marie Segrave Associate Professor of Criminology, Monash University
  130. Dr Julia Dehm Lecturer, School of Law, La Trobe University
  131. Dr Larissa Sandy Senior Lecturer, Criminology and Justice Studies, RMIT University
  132. Amanda Porter Alumna, School of Criminology and Criminal Justice, Griffith University
  133. Dr Rimple Mehta Lecturer, School of Social Sciences, Western Sydney University
  134. Prue Vines Professor in Law, UNSW
  135. Jarrod Williams Barrister, Victorian Bar
  136. Dr Tara Renae McGee Associate Professor, School of Criminology and Criminal Justice, Griffith University
  137. Dr William R Wood Senior Lecturer, School of Criminology and Criminal Justice, Griffith University
  138. Dr Mick Hulbrook Lecturer, School of Social Sciences, Western Sydney University
  139. Bec Medhurst Online Course Facilitator, Bachelor of Criminal Justice, University of South Australia
  140. Dr Marisela Velazquez Visiting Academic Researcher, James Cook University
  141. Dr David Best Professor of Criminology, University of Derby; Honorary Professor, ANU
  142. Dr Adam Masters Senior Lecturer in Criminology, ANU
  143. Dr Angela Dwyer Associate Professor, Police Studies and Emergency Management, University of Tasmania
  144. Robert Tickner Former Australian Minister for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Affairs
  145. Dr Jason Payne Associate Professor of Criminology, ANU
  146. Mary Spiers Williams Lecturer, School of Law and Sub Dean Undergraduate Indigenous Studies, ANU
  147. Adjunct Professor Eric Sidoti Vice-Chancellor’s Fellow, Western Sydney University
  148. Dr Jennifer Nielsen Associate Professor, School of Law & Justice, Southern Cross University
  149. Michelle McDonnell National Co-ordinator, After Prison Network and Director of Advocacy, Justice- involved Young People Network
  150. Dr Chris Martin Senior Research Fellow, City Futures Research Centre, UNSW Sydney
  151. John Feneley Former NSW Mental Health Commissioner
  152. Kate Seear Associate Professor in Law, Monash University
  153. Dr Kirrily Jordan Fellow, Centre for Aboriginal Economic Policy Research, ANU
  154. Dr John Boersig CEO, Legal Aid ACT
  155. Marcia Williams CEO, Women’s Centre for Health Matters
  156. Dr Wilfred Prest Professor Emeritus of History and of Law, University of Adelaide
  157. Dr Liz Campbell Francine V McNiff Professor of Criminal Jurisprudence, Monash University
  158. Matthew Zagor Associate Professor in Law and Director, Law Reform & Social Justice, ANU
  159. Dr Renae Fomiatti Research Officer, Australian Research Centre in Sex, Health and Society, La Trobe University
  160. Professor Mark Stoove Head of Public Health, Burnet Institute
  161. Dr Carolyn Strange Professor of History, ANU
  162. Dr Peter Higgs Associate Professor, Department of Public Health, La Trobe University
  163. Dr George Dertadian Lecturer in Criminology, Centre for Crime, Law and Justice, UNSW
  164. Dr Claire Spivakovsky Senior Lecturer in Criminology, University of Melbourne
  165. Dr Stacy Tzoumakis Lecturer, School of Criminology and Criminal Justice, Griffith University
  166. Dr Heather Douglas Professor, Law School, University of Queensland
  167. John Braithwaite Emeritus Professor, ANU
  168. Shelley Walker Burnet Institute; National Drug Research Institute, Curtin University
  169. Eddie Cubillo Senior Fellow, University of Melbourne, Law School
  170. Dr Bridget Harris DECRA Fellow and Senior Lecturer, Queensland University of Technology
  171. Dr Airdre Grant Lecturer, Southern Cross University
  172. Susanna Locke Barrister, Victorian Bar
  173. Dr Catherine Flynn Senior Lecturer, Monash University
  174. Arie Freiberg Emeritus Professor, Faculty of Law, Monash University
  175. Tom Kelly Former NSW Public Solicitor
  176. Clare Conway Manager, Woden Community Services Housing Action Team
  177. Penny Hill PhD candidate (Public Health), Monash University; Burnet Institute
  178. Dr Madeleine Ulbrick Research Associate, Monash University
  179. Dr Dylan Lino School of Law, University of Queensland
  180. Susan Clarke-Lindfield Executive Director, Toora Women Inc.
  181. Filip Djordjevic Research Assistant, Burnet Institute
  182. Yasmin Mohamed Women’s and Children’s Health Specialist, Burnet Institute
  183. Cassandra Generoso Lawyer, Leanne Warren & Associates
  184. Chris Seaman PhD candidate (Disease Elimination), Burnet Institute
  185. David Barrow Barrister, NSW
  186. Scott Cromb Barrister, Victorian Bar
  187. Dr Justin Barker Executive Director, Youth Coalition of the ACT
  188. Dr Adrian Farrugia Research Fellow, Australian Research Centre in Sex, Health and Society, La Trobe University
  189. Dr Mindy Sotiri Director, Advocacy Policy and Research, Community Restorative Centre
  190. Marcelle Burns Lecturer, School of Law, University of New England
  191. Professor Felicity Gerry QC Crockett Chambers, Melbourne and Carmelite Chambers, London; Professor of Legal Practice, Deakin University
  192. Reece Cossar PhD Candidate, Burnet Institute
  193. Kylie Valentine Associate Professor and Research Director, Social Policy Research Centre, UNSW
  194. Pat Burton Research Associate, University of Tasmania
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  196. Dr Michael Savic Senior Research Fellow (Addiction Studies), Monash University, & Strategic Lead, Clinical and Social Research, Turning Point, Eastern Health
  197. Tom Battersby Barrister, Gorman Chambers
  198. Dr Janet Ransley Professor and Director, Griffith Criminology Institute
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  200. Ashleigh Newnham Springvale Monash Legal Service
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  203. Dr Maria Elander Senior Lecturer, Law School, La Trobe University
  204. Lisa Papadinas Barrister, Victorian Bar
  205. Dr Caroline Doyle Lecturer, UNSW Canberra and President, Prisoners Aid (ACT)
  206. Emily Lenton La Trobe University, ANU
  207. Ashleigh Stewart Research Assistant, Burnet Institute; PhD Student, Monash University
  208. Dr Anita Mackay Senior Lecturer, Law School, La Trobe University Tract Rayner BA (Criminology) student, Griffith University
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  210. Jenny Crosbie Research Fellow, Deakin University
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  212. Dr Pascale Chifflet Lecturer, Law School, La Trobe University
  213. Dr Susanne Davies Associate Professor, Head of Department of Social Inquiry, La Trobe University
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  216. Dr Maria Giannacopoulos Senior Lecturer in Socio-Legal Studies, Flinders University
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  220. Professor Carla Treloar Director, Centre for Social Research in Health and Social Policy Research Centre, UNSW Sydney
  221. Felicity Fox Barrister, Victorian Bar
  222. Rebecca Wallis Associate Lecturer, TC Beirne School of Law, University of Queensland
  223. Catherine Boston Barrister, Victorian Bar
  224. Dr Alison Ritter Director, Drug Policy Modelling Program, Social Policy Research Centre, UNSW
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  241. Farzana Choudhury Senior Solicitor, Canberra Community Law
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  244. Steven Caruana Coordinator, Australia OPCAT Network
  245. Stephanie Curtis Master of Applied Epidemiology scholar, Burnet Institute, Alfred Health and ANU
  246. Carrie Fowlie Chief Executive Officer, Alcohol Tobacco and Other Drug Association ACT (ATODA)
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  268. Rob Hulls Director, Centre for Innovative Justice, RMIT University
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  280. Liz Barrett Research Officer, Drug Policy Modelling Program, UNSW
  281. Melanie Walker CEO, Australian Injecting & Illicit Drug Users League (AIVL)
  282. Ruth Barson Executive Director, Human Rights Law Centre (HRLC)
  283. Dr Brian Turner Executive member, Prisoners Aid (ACT)
  284. Natasha Jayasuriya Lawyer, Leanne Warren & Associates
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  295. Dr Shelley Bielefeld Senior Lecturer/ARC DECRA Fellow, Griffith University
  296. Jon Stanhope AO Winnunga Nimmityjah Aboriginal Health Service
  297. Michael Colbung Lecturer, Director of Indigenous Learning, School of Education, University of Adelaide
  298. Nicole L Asquith Associate Professor of Policing and Criminal Justice, Western Sydney University
  299. Alexis Apostolellis CEO, Australasian Society for HIV, Viral Hepatitis and Sexual Health Medicine (ASHM)
  300. Elena Pappas Director, Law and Advocacy Centre for Women Ltd
  301. Alison Verhoeven Chief Executive, Australian Healthcare and Hospitals Association
  302. Dr Luke Bearup School of Regulation and Global Governance, ANU
  303. Lyn Dundon Advocacy and Campaigns Manager Financial Counselling Victoria
  304. Poppy de Souza Research Fellow, Griffith University
  305. Dr Jack Wallace Postgraduate Research Fellow, Burnet Institute
  306. Dr Andrew Goldsmith Matthew Flinders Distinguished Professor of Criminology, Flinders University
  307. Prof Irene Watson Pro Vice Chancellor, Aboriginal Leadership and Strategy, University of South Australia
  308. Dr Rick Sarre Professor and Dean of Law, University of South Australia
  309. John Murray Foundation Member, Positive Justice Centre
  310. Robyn Lincoln Assistant Professor in Criminology, Bond University
  311. Dr Meredith Rossner Professor of Criminology, Centre for Social Research and Methods, ANU
  312. Claudia Fatone CEO, Fitzroy Legal Service
  313. Scott Wilson CEO, Aboriginal Drug & Alcohol Council SA
  314. Michelle O’Flynn Director, Queensland Advocacy Incorporated
  315. Don McCrae CEO, JusTas
  316. Larry Pierce Network of Alcohol and other Drugs Agencies
  317. Yvette Holt Casual lecturer in Criminal Law and Procedure, Southern Cross University
  318. Nancy Grunwald Barrister, Victorian Bar
  319. Dr Julie Nichols Lecturer, School of Art, Architecture and Design, University of South Australia
  320. Lucien Richter Barrister, Victorian Bar
  321. Lachlan Hocking Senior Lawyer, Victoria Legal Aid
  322. Tanja Dreher Associate Professor, School of Arts and Media, UNSW
  323. Jane Dicka Drug Overdose Peer Educator Manager, Harm Reduction Victoria
  324. Maggie Ball PA to the Dean of Law, University of South Australia
  325. Dr David Bartholomeusz Medical Practitioner, Nudgee Beach, Queensland
  326. Gabriela Franich Tutor in Criminology, RMIT University
  327. Odette Shenfield Outreach lawyer, Fitzroy Legal Service
  328. Mary Ellen Harrod CEO, NSW Users and AIDS Association
  329. Dr Rachel Loney-Howes Lecturer in Criminology, University of Wollongong
  330. Erin Fradd Lawyer, Fitzroy Legal Service Emily Male Client Services Officer, Fitzroy Legal Service
  331. Emma Golledge Director, Kingsford Legal Centre
  332. Dr Suzanne Reich Program Director and Senior Lecturer (Criminology and Criminal Justice), University of Southern Queensland
  333. Julie Stubbs Professor and co-Director of the Centre for Crime, Law and Justice, UNSW
  334. Dr Sarah Woodland Research Fellow, Faculty of Fine Arts and Music (Performing Arts in Prisons), University of Melbourne
  335. Dr Georgine Clarsen Associate Professor of History, University of Wollongong
  336. Karly Warner CEO, Aboriginal Legal Service (NSW/ACT) Limited
  337. Moya O’Brien Barrister, Victorian Bar
  338. Dr David Lemmings Professor of History (retd.), University of Adelaide
  339. Bhiamie Williamson Research Associate and PhD Candidate, ANU
  340. Dr Russell Marks Senior Lawyer, Queensland Advocacy Incorporated
  341. Deborah Brown Office Administrator, Fitzroy Legal Service
  342. Dr RV Gundur Lecturer in Criminology, Flinders University
  343. Dr David Carter Lecturer in Law, University of Technology Sydney
  344. Shaun Wigley Sessional Staff Member, Law School, Griffith University
  345. Lisa Billington PhD (Law), University of Technology Sydney
  346. Dr Tracey Booth Associate Professor of Law, University of Technology Sydney
  347. Gai Walker SCALES Community Legal Centre, Rockingham, Western Australia
  348. Dr Anthony Collins Lecturer in Social Inquiry, La Trobe University
  349. Michael White Executive Officer, SA Network of Drug and Alcohol Services (SANDAS)
  350. Katherine Biber Professor of Law, University of Technology Sydney
  351. Dr Angela Higginson Senior Lecturer, School of Justice, Queensland University of Technology
  352. Bill Bush President, Families & Friends for Drug Law Reform
  353. Louisa Tamala Alcohol and other drug counsellor, Star Health
  354. Dr Hilde Tubex Associate Professor, University of Western Australia
  355. Dr Ibolya Losoncz Researcher, School of Regulation and Global Governance, ANU
  356. Kerry Weste President, Australian Lawyers for Human Rights
  357. Dr Gavin Smith Associate Professor, Sociology, ANU
  358. Dr Caroline Spiranovic Senior Lecturer in Law, University of Tasmania
  359. Sam Biondo Executive Officer, Victorian Alcohol and Drug Association
  360. Rebecca Hiscock Associate Lecturer, Criminology and Justice Studies, RMIT
  361. Dr James Petty Project Officer – Special Projects, Victorian Alcohol and Drug Association
  362. Georgie Sutton Policy and Governance Officer, Central Land Council
  363. Lidia Thorpe Indigenous Lead, Amnesty International Australia
  364. Peter Dowding SC Former Premier of Western Australia
  365. Nerita Waight, NATSILS cochair
  366. Cheryl Axleby, NATSILS cochair

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