A Public Event Supported by Pentridge
presented by Michelle Noon
We hear crime is on the rise, our prisons are overflowing, and that community safety is at an all time low. But is that really the whole of the matter? In this encore seminar, criminologist Michelle Noon unpacks what’s really going on. Join us at historic Pentridge to explore crime – then and now – in this special public event.
Session time: 6.30pm (90 minutes)
Date: Wednesday November 29th
Location: Pentridge Entrance Door, Display Suite
1 Champ St, Pentridge Coburg
Admission: $10 (all proceeds to be donated
to a worthy cause)
Michelle Noon is an educator, researcher, clinician and manager with experience in the private, public and not-for-profit sectors. Michelle commenced her career in a research and policy role at Victoria Police, before quickly moving to project and program management. She has since worked for KPMG as a senior advisor to government services nationwide, led the youthbeyondblue team for beyondblue, and most recently served as Executive Officer for White Ribbon Australia in Victoria and Tasmania. Michelle has provided clinical services in the community, in prisons and in urban, rural and remote areas, focusing on violence intervention and trauma. Among her many other responsibilities, she the co-ordinator of subjects in Criminology and Crime Prevention, Responding to Family Violence, Forensic Interviewing, and Criminal Behaviour Analysis subjects at RMIT University. Michelle is presently completing her PhD in Clinical Psychology, where her research interest is in community responses to crime.