This report presents findings from a qualitative study with young people from refugee and migrant backgrounds living in the Greater Dandenong and Casey area about the impact of police encounters on their sense of belonging. The report focuses solely on experiences of belonging and non-belonging as reported by community members. A subsequent report will include material from interviews with Victoria Police members. It will analyse policing practice in more depth, identifying systemic factors that shape interactions between police and these communities.
|Place of Publication||Melbourne|
|Publisher||SEPIN (South East Policing and Inclusion Network)|
|Number of pages||41|
|Publication status||Published - 14 Dec 2018|
- young people
Weber, L. (2018). 'Police are good for some people but not for us': Community perspectives on young people and belonging in Greater Dandenong and Casey. Melbourne: SEPIN (South East Policing and Inclusion Network).