Join the Community Accountability Board on youth crime
We’re looking for local business owners and community members to join the Community Accountability Board in Alice Springs.
The Board gives locals a chance to take an active role in helping address youth crime in their area.
The Board will complement ongoing work that is already being undertaken to reduce youth crime.
Expressions of interest are encouraged from local business owners, residents, non-government organisations, local councils and Aboriginal elders.
The boards will build stronger relationships with communities, assist enforcement efforts and improve the design, innovation and management of community based-youth justice programs.
You might be suited to join the Board if you have ideas on:
- how young offenders can repair the harm they cause, such as picking up litter, cleaning graffiti or mending property damage
- how young offenders can be given meaningful consequences that discourage reoffending
- what mentoring and development opportunities young people need to get back on track.
The Board will meet quarterly and provide ideas for improvement to the Minister for Territory Families and Urban Housing.
Further boards are also being established in Darwin and Palmerston.
Download the Alice Springs Community Accountability Board flyer
How to apply
To apply, follow these steps:
Step 1. Read the terms of reference.
Step 2. Submit a one page summary outlining:
- your current circumstances (employment, cultural authority, experience)
- why you would like to be a Community Accountability Board member
- which Community Accountability Board you are applying to join
- your commitment to be available for quarterly meetings.
The summary and any relevant documents must be emailed to TFHC.firstname.lastname@example.org by 5pm 28 October 2021.
Last updated: 12 October 2021
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