Projects tagged with Law & Justice
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The Department of Internal Affairs (DIA) is responsible for the regulation of gambling in New Zealand so that it is safe, fair, legal and honest. Stakeholders in gambling regulation comprise a diverse range of organisations and individuals. As a responsible regulator, DIA is interested in understanding stakeholder views on their...
6 Jun 2014
with: Social Policy Evaluation and Research Unit: Superu , Families Commission (now operates as the Social Policy Evaluation and Research Unit: Superu)
Topics: Law & Justice, Governance & Kaitiakitanga, Policy, Public Service, Behaviour Management, Child Development, Healthcare, Children, Vulnerable & Disadvantaged
In mid-2013 the Social Policy Evaluation and Research Unit (SuPERU) within the Families Commission commenced an assessment of the Children’s Team’s model. The Children’s Teams are a key component of the Government’s multi-year Children’s Action Plan (CAP). This report provides an assessment of the design and implementation of...
Making disability rights real: Second Report of the Independent Monitoring Mechanism of the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities
Topics: Evaluation, Monitoring, Human Rights & Civil Liberties, International Relations, Law & Justice, Employment & Labour, Policy, Child Development, Disability, Quality of Life
This second report of the Disability Convention Independent Monitoring Mechanism (IMM) details some of the experiences disabled people in New Zealand encounter each day. It highlights barriers that prevent the full realisation of the rights set out in the Disability Convention. The report also recommends steps that need to be...
with: NZ Police
The latest New Zealand Arrestee Drug Use Monitoring Programme Report (NZ-ADUM) has found that 41 % of people detained by police had been drinking prior to their arrest. The NZ-ADUM study is an annual Massey University study that has been funded by Police since 2010. During the 2013 study 848 detainees were...
Topics: Evaluation, Law & Justice, Employment & Labour, Governance & Kaitiakitanga, Policy, Labour force
This inquiry has been very challenging, and has taken a long time to complete. The difficulty we had in completing the inquiry reflects the scale and complexity of the problems that have beset the Plumbers, Gasfitters, and Drainlayers Board (the Board). It also reflects that the last two years have been a time of considerable...
Topics: Research, Philanthropy, Voluntary & Community, Law & Justice, Grants, Funding, Contracts & Fundraising, Gambling, Mental Health, Arts and Culture, Quality of Life
Gaming machine societies in the Class 4 gaming sector are responsible for distributing the Gaming Machine Proceeds (GMP) generated from their machines. The Department’s analysis shows that in 2012, a total of $64.1 million was extracted by Class 4 non-club societies in the selected area. The return through...
30 Apr 2014
Topics: Evaluation, Literature review, Research, Conflict & Conflict Resolution, Crime & Safety, Family Violence, Law & Justice, Prisons, Victims, Education & Training, Literacy & Numeracy, Prisoners, Women, Quality of Life
Volume 2 Issue 1 of Practice: The New Zealand Corrections Journal includes: Editorial - Liz Morgan How Corrections measures progress towards its 25 percent reducing re-offending target - Peter W. Johnston Review of...
with: Ministry of Justice: MoJ
Restorative Justice is internationally recognised as one of the most powerful tools available to authorities in the justice sector who are seeking to re-empower the victims of crime, and discourage future offending by those who have committed crimes. Previous research in New Zealand showed that 74% of victims...
31 Mar 2014
with: Ministry of Justice: MoJ
The Alcohol and Other Drug Treatment Court (AODT Court) pilot is designed to supervise offenders whose offending is driven by their alcohol and other drug (AOD) dependency, by providing judicial oversight of their engagement with treatment programmes and rehabilitation support services before they are sentenced. The desired...
17 Mar 2014
with: NZ Police
Topics: Evaluation, Research, Crime & Safety, Law & Justice, Victims, Employment & Labour, Social Security & Welfare, Gender, Race & Ethnicity
Over the past few years the NZ Police Workplace Survey has helped provide valuable insight into the climate of our organisation. It has provided a focus for discussion around the perceptions and opinions of staff across a range of areas and issues. As an organisation, level of engagement has become an...
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