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Pam is the Director of the Sellenger Centre for Research in Law, Justice and Social Change. She is also the Postgraduate Coordinator for the Criminology Courses, lectures and researches in the Criminology and Justice discipline.
Monday to Friday 9.00am to 5.00pm
Associate Professor Pamela Henry (PhD) is the Director of the Sellenger Centre for Research in Law, Justice and Social Change. Associate Professor Henry’s academic career has given her widespread experience in project and personnel management. Over the last 10 years, she has acted as Chief Investigator in numerous large-scale projects. Her research typically applies a mixed method approach.
In her early career, Associate Professor Henry engaged in research considering the wellbeing of parents and children experiencing family separation and/or divorce, the experience of stepmothers, and the experience of fathering during incarceration. She also engaged in commissioned research focused on the mental health and well-being of fly-in-fly out workers, and other occupational groups such as construction workers and veterinarians.
During her mid-career, she re-launched the Sellenger Centre which engages in research to provide an evidence base to guide the transformation of policing, legal and social systems.
Her role as the Director of the Sellenger Centre has seen her develop an extensive body of research in policing focused on integrity, use of information management systems, human source recruitment and management, use of force, policing those experiencing mental illness, and other programs of research examining the effectiveness of police operational deployment models.
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