News

19

Dec
2016

Seasons Greetings

Another year of challenges and successes for 2016. As we move into 2017 your Chapter Committee wishes all members, their families and the wider community the very best for the festive season and 2017.

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6

Dec
2016

Use of the ASIS Victoria Website

The ASIS Victoria Australia Chapter website coordinator (Dr Tony Zalewski) captures statistical use of the website. Did you know the website is the major form of communication between the Chapter committee, its members and the general public.

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3

Dec
2016

Domestic Violence: The Need to be Proactive

Domestic violence is well reported as a community-wide problem and not surprisingly there has been cases involving partners who work for the same employer. Recently courts have considered if there are any obligations placed on the employer for the creation of a safe workplace.

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29

Nov
2016

AGM 6 December 2016 - We Want You!

The Annual General Meeting will be conducted on 6 December 2016. The Executive Committee is keen for your input to ensure our excellent progress as a Chapter continues. We encourage you to consider an active role on the Executive Committee or to hear your thoughts at the AGM.

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27

Nov
2016

ICE: Some Recent Facts from the ADF

The Alcohol and Drug Foundation (formerly Australian Drug Foundation) work with the Australian community to provide evidence-based information about alcohol and drug use. Recently, the ADF updated information about “ICE” (crystalline methamphetamine) and its impact across society.

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23

Nov
2016

Security and safety

Many approaches to security also minimise exposures to “safety-related” risks and hazards. This requires security leaders to have a practical understanding of workplace health and safety and work design.

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20

Nov
2016

Victoria’s Prison Population 2005 to 2016

Those security leaders or advisors working in the criminal justice correctional environment will be interested in the recent report from the Sentencing Advisory Council, Victoria. The Council today released a new report analysing data on adults held in corrective services custody to map trends in imprisonment in Victoria.

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