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Feb

2012

Investigation Case Study - The Case of the "Green Thumb" Thief - Club Greenkeeper's Shed Theft

A sports club greenkeeper arrived for his rostered shift and found one of the roller shutter doors of the greenkeepers shed to be open, with the securing padlock cut.  Further examination determined that a number of items owned by the Club and other equipment owned by the greenkeeper, had been stolen. Equipment owned by the club and stolen during this incident included: 1 ride on mower, 2 push lawn mowers, 1 Whipper Snipper, 4 bags of fertiliser and 1 petrol edger. Additional to this ...

24

Feb

2012

Bullying Plagues Even the P&C

On Feb 13, the SMH reported on the inquiry by David Roden into the troubled P & C Federation. An organisation with a $2.5 million budget he describes as “racked by bullying, with an urgent need for better leadership and a new legal structure…without change the federation ‘'risks sliding into irrelevance or disintegration.’” “Nearly three-quarters of those he spoke to - most of them councillors - complained of bullying, self-interest, factional warfare and factions based on strong ...

24

Feb

2012

Love Forensics - Crime Scene Basics from the Pros

I thought I would share some tips and knowledge from the forensic science pros. Some of these techniques of gathering evidence you may have seen on TV, some you may not be aware of. Anything you can learn about what is potentially evidence and preserving evidence at the scene is valuable to know, especially if you, your colleagues or organisation are the subjects of a crime. Dust Footprint evidence can be lost by first responders to the scene if they walk in at the point of entry without ...

22

Feb

2012

Update on Workplace Bullying Matters

Recognise that Bullying could well be Occurring in your Business The deaths of teenagers as a result of schoolyard bullying are no more or less frequent than the death of adults as a result of workplace bullying. Incidents of bullying are widely under-reported. The damage to the business its culture, productivity and quality is enormous. Employers' OHS or WHS primary duty requires employers to do everything that is reasonably practicable to prevent injury to an employee in their ...

22

Feb

2012

AIC Report Decrease in Use of Ecstasy coincides with Spike in Methamphetamine use

The Australian Institute of Criminology’s (AIC) Drug Use Monitoring in Australia (DUMA) program indicate a more than 50% decrease in the use of the drug ecstasy (MDMA) among police detainees over the past year. The Research in Practice report finds that in 2010 and in 2011 only 5% of police detainees in watch-houses around Australia reported using ecstasy. In 2009 the figure was 11%. At the same time, police detainees also indicated that ecstasy was lower in quality and harder to ...
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ACAMS (Tharwal Aboriginal Corporation Aboriginal Medical Service) is located in the suburb of Airds in the Macarthur region of south western Sydney. Their mission is to move forward to provide a quality service that combines traditional values with commitment to enhance health and wellbeing for Aboriginal communities of the Sydney South Western region.
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