Families and Friends for Drug Law Reform was formed as a direct result of heroin related deaths in the Australian Capital Territory. It believes that prohibition laws are more the problem than the solution. It seeks laws and policies which will eliminate the deaths and minimise the health and social harm.
CRANES Community Support Programs is a not-for-profit community based organisation that assists in the identification and analysis of community needs. We are committed to developing and delivering exemplary services by promoting quality life choices in a supportive community environment.
Andrew Dikha is the principal solicitor ofCity Legal Solicitors. City Legal Solicitors practice in the following areas:- Conveyancing- Sale and Purchase of Real property and Businesses - Residential and Commercial Leasing - Personal Injury - Motor Vehicle Accident Claims - Workers Compensation - Criminal law - Relationship law - Commercial Litigation - Wills and Probate - Victims of Crime Compensation
Darebin Community Legal Centre (DCLC) is a community-based, not-for-profit organisation that provides free legal advice for people who live, work or study in Darebin. We have been providing free advice, assistance, advocacy and community legal education to the Darebin community for over 20 years.
The Crime and Justice Reform Committee provides information concerning the efficacy and cost effectiveness of current responses to crime, and the potential for alternative approaches. It does so by making experts in criminology available to parliamentarians, political parties, the media and other interested persons and organisations.
CRC is a NSW community organisation dedicated to supporting people affected by the criminal justice system, particularly prisoners, ex-prisoners, and their families and friends. Our staff offer personal and practical assistance such as counselling, accommodation, a subsidised transport service, a court support service, outreach to prisons, and information, advice and referrals.
Corrective Services NSW provides custodial and community-based correctional services as an important element of the NSW criminal justice system. In addition to managing offenders under the jurisdiction of New South Wales courts, theCorrective Servicesmanages Commonwealth offenders and provides custodial services on behalf of the Australian Capital Territory. Our Offender Management services encompass correctional centre custody of remand and sentenced inmates and community offender supervision including: periodic detention, home detention, parole and community service orders. We also provide custodial escort and court security services in many areas of the State.
CHD Partners was established in 2005 to prevent crime by:Reducing the causes of crimeMinimising the opportunities for crimeProtecting victims and targets from crimeIn seeking to improve community safety and prevent crime, CHD Partners is committed to:Reviewing, applying and producing a credible evidence-baseInvolving all stakeholders, with particular attention to those stakeholders often excluded from mainstream participatory processesImproving the capacity of clients and stakeholders to manage future issuesAvoiding the promotion of, or capitalising on the fear of crimeContemplating unintended consequences of our workDeveloping sustainable outcomes through appropriate systems and infrastructureProviding ethical, transparent and accountable services