Submissions list

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Justice Health Unit researchers regularly produce, and contribute to, submissions to advocate for evidence-informed policy to improve the health and wellbeing of justice-involved populations.

Below is a list of these submissions that are in the public domain.

  1. Kinner SA. Submission to the call for comments on the Draft National Child Mental Health and Well-Being Strategy. Melbourne (Australia): The University of Melbourne and Murdoch Children's Research Institute; 2021 Mar 15. Full text
  2. Willoughby M, Janca E, Borschmann R, Young JT, Kinner SA. Preventing violence against women who have experienced incarceration: Submission to the House Standing Committee on Social Policy and Legal Affairs Inquiry into Family, Domestic and Sexual Violence. Melbourne (Australia): The University of Melbourne and Murdoch Children's Research Institute; 2020 Jul 23. Submission 173. Full text
  3. Kinner, SA. Witness statement to the Royal Commission into Victoria’s Mental Health System. Melbourne (Australia): The University of Melbourne; 2020 Jul 21.  Available from: URL
  4. Snow KJ, Young JT, Borschmann RD, Southalan L, Sawyer SM, Kinner SA. Submission to the Council of Attorneys-General - Age of Criminal Responsibility Working Group review. Melbourne (Australia): The University of Melbourne and Murdoch Children’s Research Institute; 2020. Available from: URL
  5. Willoughby M, Kinner S, Biondo S, Denham G, Drummond S, Young JT. Inequalities and inequities experienced by people with mental health and substance use issues involved in the criminal justice system: Victorian Alcohol and Drug Association (VAADA) commissioned report to the Royal Commission into Victoria’s Mental Health System.  Melbourne (Australia): VAADA and The University of Melbourne; 2019 Jul 5.  Available from: URL
  6. Kinner SA. The mental health of justice-involved adolescents: Submission to the Royal Commission into Victoria’s Mental Health System. Melbourne (Australia): The University of Melbourne and Murdoch Children’s Research Unit; 2019.  Available from: URL
  7. Young JT, Snow K, Southalan L, Borschmann R, Kinner SA. The role of incarceration in addressing inequalities for people with mental illness in Australia: Submission to the Productivity Commission’s Issues Paper on The Social and Economic Benefits of Improving Mental Health.  Melbourne (Australia): The University of Melbourne; 2019 Apr 5.  Available from: URL
  8. Kinner SA, Southalan S, Janca E, Butler A, Young JT, Lindner SR, Martin RE, Menegon FA, Neves CM, Oliveira WF, Wang EA, Wildeman C, Williams B, Breda J, Ferreira-Borges C, Hughes N, O’Moore E, Schölin L & Stürup-Toft, S. The role of prisons, jails and youth detention centres in addressing health inequalities: Submission to the PAHO Commission on Equity and Health Inequalities in the Americas. 2018 Mar 31.  Available from: URL
  9. McGee P. McInlay I, Wardale S, Rowe S, Churchill A, Sotiri M, Wade N, Harvey T, Dowse L, Baldry E, Young JT, Barney J, Collyer N, O’Flynn M, Phillips E, Watson K, Cootes J, Bain M, Jordan G, Jessop G, Gooding P, Coidan P, Tregenza B. The provision of services under the NDIS for people with disabilities who are in contact with the criminal justice system: Submission to the NDIS Joint Standing Committee. Coordinated by Australians for Disability Justice. 2017 Mar.  Submission 121 Full text
  10. Young JT. Implications of NDIS exclusions for people with a disability in correctional settings: in Response to NDIS costs inquiry: Submission to the Productivity Commission NDIS costs inquiry paper. Public Health Association of Australia. 2017 Mar 24.  Available from: URL
  11. McGee P. Mawad R, Baldry E, Gooding P, Phillips E, Rowe S, McKinlay I, Wade N, Churchill A, Sotiri M, Barney J, Harvey T, Wardale S, Bain M, Jordan G, Watson K, Cootes J, Simpson J, Collyer N, O’Flynn M, Young JT, Dowse L. The provision of services under the NDIS for people with disabilities who are in contact with the criminal justice system: Supplementary Submission to the Joint Standing Committee on the NDIS. Coordinated by Australians for Disability Justice. 2017 May.  Full text
  12. Kinner SA, Young JT, Snow K. Submission to the Ombudsman Inquiry into AOD Rehabilitation Services Post Prison: Submission to the Victorian Ombudsman. Melbourne (Australia): The University of Melbourne; 2017.
  13. Wallis R, Kinner S, Homel R. Submission to an Enquiry by the National Children’s Commissioner on the Optional Protocol to the Convention against Torture (OPCAT) in the Context of Youth Justice Detention Centres. Brisbane: Griffith University; 2016. Report