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Dr Natalie Gately is a Lecturer and Researcher in the School of Arts and Humanities.
Monday to Friday 9.00am to 4.00pm
Natalie’s teaching interests and involvement have encompassed a range of areas at the undergraduate and graduate level. These areas include: Psychology of Criminal Behaviour, The Family & Family Law, Qualitative Research Methods, Independent Study Skills in Criminology & Justice, Juvenile Justice, Pivotal Issues in Criminology and Justice, The Media and Justice, Case Management, Conflict Management, Police the Law & Society.
Current units include:
In addition to her teaching and research interests, Natalie is currently the WA Site Manager of the Drug Use Monitoring in Australia (DUMA) Project, which is run by the Australian Institute of Criminology.
Before entering into academia, Natalie had a career in the media with Channel 7 in both Sydney and Perth. Prior to her current academic position, she was a Sessional Tutor, DUMA Researcher and Research Assistant with the School of Law & Justice, and the coordinator of the Kingsley Community Centre whilst studying.
Natalie is the co-principle investigator working on a number of research projects into young offenders, youth justice and public perceptions of youth who commit crimes. She is also the co-principle investigator and co-author of the YORI (Young Offender Risk Inventory) a ‘screening out’ tool currently being trialled by the West Australian Department of Corrective Services.
She has conducted research in the Perth Children’s Court and conducts research with the WA Police, the Department of the Attorney General and the Drug and Alcohol Office in Western Australia.
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