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|Role of policing in a partnership response to Covid-19||Staying the course – maintaining research and reforms in challenging times|
|The new gold? Using data and evidence to target improvements in practice||Targeting Family Harm|
|Researching with and for Indigenous communities||Counter terrorism and countering violent extremism|
|Preventing volume crime||Testing responses to serious and organised crime|
|Targeting high-risk offenders, victims and places||Preventing internet enabled crime, protecting online communities|
You are invited to submit a proposal for an ‘In Conversation’ session. These sessions should be about real world situations with legal and ethical perspectives. A moderator/chair poses questions around a particular topic to 2-4 panellists to discuss. Questions will also be drawn from the audience through a live Q&A chat feed.
You are invited to submit a proposal for a ‘Perspectives’ session. Each Perspectives Session will be dedicated to a particular theme and consist of a collection of 5 minute pre-recorded presentations chosen to reflect different perspectives on an issue. These will be followed by a panel-like Q&A session between a presenter from each presentation and the session chair. Questions will be submitted by the audience through a live Q&A chat feed.
This format is closest to the traditional ANZSEBP oral presentation. It consists of a 10 minute pre-recorded oral presentation and will be scheduled with 2-3 other Short Shots and followed by a brief live Q&A between the presenters and chair.
This format is identical to the above SHORT SHOT ORALS but without the scheduled Live Q&A component. These pre-recorded orals will be stored in the Resource Gallery of the online platform and will be available to delegates to view on-demand. This is a good option for those presenters who do not wish to be scheduled in a session but still want to make their presentation available to delegates.