For anyone who has an interest in research in the area of Youth Justice, the Department of Justice and Attorney-General has developed a research agenda to support the creation of applied research and support collaborative efforts between Government and Universities. Please view the Youth Justice Research Agenda
Through undertaking research in the priority research areas identified in the Agenda there is an opportunity to make a positive difference to children and young people’s lives by directly enhancing the delivery of youth justice services in Queensland.
If anyone is interested in researching in the area of Youth Justice as part of a Master of Conflict Management and Resolution at James Cook University please contact the program Director, Judith Herrmann on (07) 4232 1446 or at: Judith.email@example.com.
Should further information about the Agenda or the Youth Justice Research application process be required, please contact Ms Leigh Krenske, Manager, Research and Evaluation, Policy, Research and Partnerships, Youth Justice on (07) 3872 0733, or at: Leigh.Krenske@justice.qld.gov.au, who will be pleased to assist.