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A Common Approach to Incident Management: ICCS Plus (ICCS Plus)
A Practical Reference to Religious and Spiritual Diversity for Operational Police
ANZPAA Guide for Managing Work Health And Safety in Australian Policing (operational)
Australia and New Zealand Guidelines for Digital Imaging Processes
Intelligent Use of Forensic Data
Police and Blood-Borne Viruses
Police recommendations for CCTV Systems
Policing Strategy to Reduce the Abuse of Children and Young People
Women in policing: a business priority
Strategic Framework for the management of mental health
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Research and Innovation Project
End to End Forensic Identification Process
Evaluative Reporting Project
Independent Review of NIFS
A portable explosive detector based on fluorescence quenching of pyrene deposite
A Rapid Wire-Based Sampling Method for DNA Profiling
Australian Core Forensic Standards Framework
Australian population data for the twenty Promega PowerPlex 21
Dismantling the Justice Silos
Introduction of New DNA Marker Sets in Australian Forensic Laboratories
The future of forensic science standards
The Intelligent Use of Forensic Data: An Introduction to the Principles
Staff research papers
Australian marsupial species identification
Combating Wildlife Crime
Species Identification in Wildlife Crime
Wildlife Crime A Global Problem
Current and future directions of DNA in wildlife forensic science
Amplification of Degraded DNA using Shortened Amplicons and Locked Nucleic Acids
DNA Profiling success rates in volume crime cases
Forensic Anthropology in Australia: Working Towards Improved Practice
International Forensic Strategic Alliance - Opportunities for global strategic collaboration
Forensic Science Standards: Interpretation and Reporting in Forensic Investigations
A New Frontier – International Forensic Science Standards
Proof–of-Concept Studies for a Field Based DNA Analysis System
Forensic Science Standards: Recovery and Analysis of Forensic Evidence
The rise of international forensic standards
Developing a species identification system in a forensic context for Diprotodontia
Minimizing contamination in products used to collect and analyse biological material for forensic pu
John Harber Phillips Award
About John Harber Phillips
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Award recipients 2016
Award recipients 2015
Award recipients 2014
Award recipients 2013
Specialist Advisory Groups (SAGs)
Australasian Forensic Field Sciences Accreditation Board (AFFSAB)
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Disaster Victim Identification
Forensic Science Disciplines
Australian Academy of Forensic Sciences
Australia New Zealand Forensic Science Society
National Association of Testing Authorities
Senior Managers of Australian and New Zealand Forensic Laboratories
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The ANZPAA Board, as part of the
ANZPAA Business Plan 2017-18
has tasked ANZPAA to focus on four key priorities.
Development and Capability
Identification of emerging trends that will shape and influence the future of policing
Identify emerging issues and potential impacts on policing through considering:
evolving political/government strategic priorities
innovations in technology
changing community expectations
emerging social trends.
Examine environmental scans undertaken over previous cycle to identify emerging trends that may impact the policing environment into the future.
Review the current Cross-jurisdictional Policing Research Model.
Facilitate the ANZPAA Board Planning Day.
Manage a Police-led conference.
Progress collaborative procurement opportunities in Ammunition and Electronic Control Devices.
Manage the ongoing contract and analyse national trends arising from National Survey of Community Satisfaction with Policing.
Review the current Professionalisation Strategy.
Identification of future directions and trends in criminal activity
Explore emerging technologies and their impact for policing in responding to illicit drugs.
Identify the social, political, ethical and other pressures placed on policing in relation to the development and implementation of police pursuit policies.
Undertake a gap analysis in relation to pursuit resolution tactics, considering current practices, research, community sentiment and emerging trends.
Examine evaluation methods used for responses to family violence to support continuous improvement.
Policing Models and Approaches
Identification of current or new approaches across jurisdictions
Examine the vulnerability stressors affecting Australian and New Zealand communities and potential policing responses.
Examine cross-border policing options.
Explore the cohesive density approach for application in a policing environment.
Review the following cross-jurisdictional instruments
Australia New Zealand Use of Force Principles
Australia New Zealand Guidelines for Deployment to High Risk Situations
Protocol on Multi-jurisdictional Investigations for Serious and Organised Crime.
Protocol on Information Sharing for Serious and Organised Crime.
Australia New Zealand Pursuit Principles.
Workforce capability and capacity now and into the future for policing organisations
Update the Workforce Demographics Report.
Identify consistent descriptions and impacting factors that influence workforce optimisation.
Examine diversity and flexible work options in the policing environment.
Provide liaison and co-ordination with beyondblue for jurisdictions participating in the National Mental Health and Wellbeing Study of Police and Emergency Services.
Trial the implementation of the Police Officer Standard.
Review of ANZPAA Education and Training Products:
Active Armed Offenders.
Incident and Emergency Management.
Engage with Vocational Education and Training Sector
Ongoing ANZPAA business and project work
Finalise the Intellectual Property Project.
Engage with key stakeholder groups such as AFAC, AIPM, ACIC and relevant industry groups.
Management of Requests and Submissions
Facilitate jurisdictional information requests.
Manage and process Access Requests for ANZPAA products.
Faciliate the collation of ANZPAA Board views on national road safety policing issues.
Facilitate the development of common law enforcement talking points on issues as directed by the ANZPAA Board.
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