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Why are Partnerships Important?. Wal SaundersKoori Court OfficerBarwon-South Western RegionDepartment of Justice. A Case Study. Why do we need working partnerships?Case Management/Planning;Service Coordination;Strengthened Communication;Improved and Sustainable Outcomes.. State Wide and Regi
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1. Form Partnerships with Indigenous Service Providers or Risk Becoming Part of the Problem! Facilitators: Wal Saunders, Koori Court Officer, DoJ; Shane Nichols, Aboriginal Services Manager, DHS John Bell, Alcohol & Drug Diversion Worker, WRAD Welcome participants. Introduce yourself. Acknowledge the traditional owners, the people of the Kulin nations, pay respects to elders. Introduce Shane and John. Briefly overview the session ? ?To start this session, I will provide you with a case study that will demonstrate the reason why we must have strong partnerships. Shane will follow with an overview of joined up work between the Dept of Justice and the dept of Human Services. Then John will talk about his role and how he forms working arrangements with service providers.Welcome participants. Introduce yourself. Acknowledge the traditional owners, the people of the Kulin nations, pay respects to elders. Introduce Shane and John. Briefly overview the session ? ?To start this session, I will provide you with a case study that will demonstrate the reason why we must have strong partnerships. Shane will follow with an overview of joined up work between the Dept of Justice and the dept of Human Services. Then John will talk about his role and how he forms working arrangements with service providers.

2. Why are Partnerships Important? Wal Saunders Koori Court Officer Barwon-South Western Region Department of Justice

3. A Case Study Why do we need working partnerships? Case Management/Planning; Service Coordination; Strengthened Communication; Improved and Sustainable Outcomes. In this Case Study, I will show why we need to strengthen existing partnerships and why we need to develop new meaningful partnerships. ?Do Case Study? Introduce Shane?In this Case Study, I will show why we need to strengthen existing partnerships and why we need to develop new meaningful partnerships. ?Do Case Study? Introduce Shane?

4. State Wide and Regional Frameworks Shane Nichols Aboriginal Services Manager Barwon-South Western Region Department of Human Services

5. Frameworks Aboriginal Justice Agreement Aboriginal Services Plan Regional Aboriginal Justice Advisory Committee Regional Aboriginal Human Services Forum Government has a number of operational working partnerships that are supported by State wide and Regional plans. DoJ have the Aboriginal Justice Agreement. This agreement is overseen by the Aboriginal Justice Forum. The AJF has representation form Police, Corrections, DHS and our Aboriginal community. The Aboriginal Justice Agreement aims to: Address the ongoing issue of Aboriginal over-representation within all levels of the criminal justice system; Improve Aboriginal access to justice-related services; and Promote greater awareness in the Aboriginal community of their civil, legal and political rights. The DHS Aboriginal Services Plan has seven core areas of focus: Consultation; Planning and monitoring; Addressing priority areas; Partnerships; Capacity building; Building on existing work; and develop Integrated approaches and its implementation is overseen by the depts Aboriginal Human Services Forum. The AHSF comprises of the DHS executive, reps from four Aboriginal peak agencies and Regional Aboriginal reps. Both these plans are supported by regional structures. The AJF is supported by RAJAC. Each RAJAC is responsible for developing the Regional Aboriginal Justice Plans. RAJACs also have a role in reporting and monitoring the local and regional implementation of the Royal Commission into Aboriginal Deaths in Custody and the Victorian Aboriginal Justice Agreement. The ASP is supported by regional plans that address local issues and respond to the core goals of the state wide plan. The ASP expects that this process and partnership will be mirrored at regional level as regional offices and representatives of the local Aboriginal communities and organisations agree their own partnership arrangements to support the implementation of their regional plan. John is about to talk with you about his, function and relationships. John?s position is one example of good partnerships between government departments, Aboriginal community and mainstream service providers. Intro John Government has a number of operational working partnerships that are supported by State wide and Regional plans. DoJ have the Aboriginal Justice Agreement. This agreement is overseen by the Aboriginal Justice Forum. The AJF has representation form Police, Corrections, DHS and our Aboriginal community. The Aboriginal Justice Agreement aims to: Address the ongoing issue of Aboriginal over-representation within all levels of the criminal justice system; Improve Aboriginal access to justice-related services; and Promote greater awareness in the Aboriginal community of their civil, legal and political rights. The DHS Aboriginal Services Plan has seven core areas of focus: Consultation; Planning and monitoring; Addressing priority areas; Partnerships; Capacity building; Building on existing work; and develop Integrated approaches and its implementation is overseen by the depts Aboriginal Human Services Forum. The AHSF comprises of the DHS executive, reps from four Aboriginal peak agencies and Regional Aboriginal reps. Both these plans are supported by regional structures. The AJF is supported by RAJAC. Each RAJAC is responsible for developing the Regional Aboriginal Justice Plans. RAJACs also have a role in reporting and monitoring the local and regional implementation of the Royal Commission into Aboriginal Deaths in Custody and the Victorian Aboriginal Justice Agreement. The ASP is supported by regional plans that address local issues and respond to the core goals of the state wide plan. The ASP expects that this process and partnership will be mirrored at regional level as regional offices and representatives of the local Aboriginal communities and organisations agree their own partnership arrangements to support the implementation of their regional plan. John is about to talk with you about his, function and relationships. John?s position is one example of good partnerships between government departments, Aboriginal community and mainstream service providers. Intro John

6. Aboriginal Alcohol and Drug Diversion John Bell Alcohol and Drug Diversion Worker Western Region Alcohol and Drug (WRAD) Warrnambool What is WRAD? WRAD is the main Alcohol and drug treatment service in the South West area of Victoria. WRAD is based in Warrnambool and services (???INSERT) My role is funded through the Department of Human Services. I work out of WRAD and has close links with the Department of Justice through the South West area Koori Court, and the koori court officer, the Department of Human Services and the local Aboriginal organisations and community and other service providers. This next slide shows the those connections to organisations that I link with and use to refer clients.What is WRAD? WRAD is the main Alcohol and drug treatment service in the South West area of Victoria. WRAD is based in Warrnambool and services (???INSERT) My role is funded through the Department of Human Services. I work out of WRAD and has close links with the Department of Justice through the South West area Koori Court, and the koori court officer, the Department of Human Services and the local Aboriginal organisations and community and other service providers. This next slide shows the those connections to organisations that I link with and use to refer clients.

7. Flow Chart Each of these boxes in blue represents a service that I use to refer clients for services. As you can see there are a number of services available from counseling through the intensive treatment services. Additionally, I refer clients to a range of service points that include government departments and mainstream service providers and Aboriginal organisations and community. My role? Talk about the clients that have, in a relatively short time shown improvement in their level of risk of contact with court, police or corrections Talk about how you have gone about establishing links and how those links are used. Each of these boxes in blue represents a service that I use to refer clients for services. As you can see there are a number of services available from counseling through the intensive treatment services. Additionally, I refer clients to a range of service points that include government departments and mainstream service providers and Aboriginal organisations and community. My role? Talk about the clients that have, in a relatively short time shown improvement in their level of risk of contact with court, police or corrections Talk about how you have gone about establishing links and how those links are used.

8. Form Partnerships with Indigenous Service Providers or Risk Becoming Part of the Problem! Facilitators: Wal Saunders, Koori Court Officer, DoJ; Shane Nichols, Aboriginal Services Manager, DHS John Bell, Alcohol & Drug Diversion Worker, WRAD Welcome participants. Introduce yourself. Acknowledge the traditional owners, the people of the Kulin nations, pay respects to elders. Introduce Shane and John. Briefly overview the session ? ?To start this session, I will provide you with a case study that will demonstrate the reason why we must have strong partnerships. Shane will follow with an overview of joined up work between the Dept of Justice and the dept of Human Services. Then John will talk about his role and how he forms working arrangements with service providers.Welcome participants. Introduce yourself. Acknowledge the traditional owners, the people of the Kulin nations, pay respects to elders. Introduce Shane and John. Briefly overview the session ? ?To start this session, I will provide you with a case study that will demonstrate the reason why we must have strong partnerships. Shane will follow with an overview of joined up work between the Dept of Justice and the dept of Human Services. Then John will talk about his role and how he forms working arrangements with service providers.


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