Neighbourhood Parks Plan of Management The plan of management is an important document designed to provide clear guidelines for the effective management of land and facilities in the care and control of Council. Newcastle Airshed Action Management Plan. Newcastle Coastline Management Plan The Newcastle Coastline Management Plan provides Newcastle City Council with an integrated management planning framework that provides for a balance between the long term use of the coastline and its conservation.
Newcastle Local Disaster Plan This plan details arrangements that prevent or mitigate, prepare for, respond to and recover from emergencies within the Newcastle LGA. Newcastle Urban Forest Technical Manual This Technical Manual contributes to Newcastle's urban forest by providing guidance on the management of trees including shrubs on both public and private land within the Newcastle Local Government Area.
Pesticides use Notification Plan This pesticides use notification plan has been prepared in accordance with the requirements of the Pesticides Act No. Playgrounds Plan of Management The Playgrounds Plan of Management deals with playgrounds owned or controlled by Council and applies specifically to playground equipment and associated facilities like seats and shelters and the land within 2. South Stockton Reserves Public Domain Plan - May The South Stockton Reserves Public Domain Plan builds on the recommendations of the Newcastle Coastal Revitalisation Strategy Sept , and provides a framework for public domain improvements, and to investigate possible expansion of commercial activities in the public lands and facilities at the southern end of the Stockton Peninsula.
Sportlands Plan of Management This Plan of Management should be read in conjunction with two other Council documents; The Sports Policy; which provides the values, goals strategic directions, and position statements related to sport and the management of sports infrastructure, and the Recreation Service Plan which determines the priorities for resourcing. Stormwater Management Plan The Newcastle Stormwater Management Plan identifies that concrete drains and channels have replaced extensive areas of natural creek and drainage systems in Newcastle.
Wallsend Brickworks Park Plan of Management This Plan of Management is an important document providing clear guidelines for the future management of land in the care and control of Council. Assessment of Council Related Development Applications Policy The purpose of the policy is to provide an independent and transparent review process for assessment and determination of Council Related Development Applications. Asset Management Policy This policy covers management practices pertaining to assets and related infrastructure under the control and jurisdiction of Council.
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Community Engagement Policy - Adopted 27 Novembe This Policy provides a rationale for the development and implementation of CN's internal and external engagement processes, in order to achieve: 2. Community Place Making Grant Policy The purpose of this policy is to provide a framework for Council to provide grants for place making initiatives for local community projects to achieve safe, vibrant and welcoming places. Council Support for Arts and Cultural Organisations in Newcastle The policy applies to Newcastle LGA resident not-for-profit arts and cultural organisations seeking in-kind and financial assistance from Council who produce arts and cultural programming and are interested in collaborating with Council to present arts and cultural programming in the city in alignment with the priorities and strategic objectives as stated in the Cultural Strategy Councillor Expenses and Facilities Policy This Policy applies to the provision of facilities and payment of expenses to support Councillors in fulfilling their civic duties.
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Abstract Public policy is a process about selecting strategies and making choices. Public policy making include some steps —getting of agenda, policy formulation, policy adoptions, policy implementation. Disadvantage can further compound inequities in other ways. Youth who live in stable two-parent, higher-income families are more likely to be released than youth living in single-parent, lower-income families, which has implications also for further sanctions and for educational disruptions.
Moreover, minority youth are more likely to face harsh disciplinary action in schools by being suspended or referred to court Mizel et al. The high budgetary and social costs of imprisonment have led federal and state policy makers to reconsider sentencing and sanctioning rules. At the federal level, although there are mandatory minimum laws, changes were instituted to lower punishments for low-level, nonviolent drug offenses by individuals with no ties to large-scale organizations or gangs and to reduce sentences for certain inmates DOJ, Texas and Arkansas also have reduced their prison populations by identifying alternative sanctions for low-level drug offenders.
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Kentucky similarly has shifted resources from prison beds to treatment services for offenders with behavioral health problems and greater community supervision. Other state initiatives, such as drug courts, have been found to. At the juvenile level, states have also sought to promote treatment alternatives to incarceration for selected populations with behavioral health problems Cuellar and Dave, ; Cuellar et al. Recidivism is a large problem for the individuals who have been convicted.
Recidivism has been linked in part to barriers faced by those with a criminal record. Federal, state, and local policies can exacerbate these barriers by stipulating legal sanctions and restrictions imposed on individuals with criminal records. The areas in which such challenges are faced include housing, employment, education, public benefits, and permission to travel. Some states also cut off their access to public employment, which has been an important source of work for inner-city minorities Bushway et al.
The American Bar Association has compiled the National Inventory of Collateral Consequences of Conviction, which catalogs the wide-ranging collateral consequences of criminal convictions contained in the numerous laws and regulations at the federal and state levels ABA, As Bushway and colleagues suggest, policies like these can present formidable barriers to successful reintegration into society after release from prison Bushway et al. Recognizing the role that local policies play in marginalizing those with a criminal record, some communities have advocated for laws aimed at reducing the barriers to reentry for the formerly incarcerated.
However, recent data reveal that ban-the-box policies may have a negative effect on work opportunities for young, low-skilled African American and Hispanic men Doleac and Hansen, Reentry is also a difficult transition for juveniles. Many states have developed special programs for youth, including mentoring, mental health counseling, education supports, and family reunification supports, to facilitate successful reintegration and the transition to adulthood, and some have.
While incarcerated, those confined to jail, prison, halfway houses, or juvenile facilities are reliant upon the justice system to provide for their health care needs. Many of these services are funded by criminal justice budgets. In addition, individuals may be eligible for Medicaid-funded services if they are not prisoners per se, 36 such as when they reside in transitional reentry institutions or if they are not committed Gupta et al.
State and federal Medicaid policies can affect the available funding for health care services for these groups. With the recent expansion of Medicaid under the ACA, states and the federal government are revisiting Medicaid regulations related to the adult criminal justice population and facilitating access to Medicaid for eligible individuals prior to and after a stay in a correctional institution CMS, Beyond the far-reaching effects of a criminal record, criminal justice policies can play a role in health equity by influencing the odds of victimization e.
Clearly, firearm violence remains an important public health concern for many communities across the country Monuteaux et al. With more than 10, Americans killed by firearms in Kochanek et al. Exceptional levels of gun violence coexist alongside deeply polarized views over gun rights and gun policy. On the one hand, repeated episodes of large-scale gun violence in the United States have provoked proponents of gun control to argue for stricter policies to regulate the availability of guns in communities.
On the other hand, proponents of gun rights argue that gun availability deters crime and enhances personal defense. Other research concludes that living in a city with high rates of household gun ownership leads to greater odds of gun assault or gun robbery victimization Altheimer, This research suggests that policies aimed at curbing firearm availability might help reduce violence in communities.
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However, the overall state of research on the relationship between gun availability and violence is mixed and offers contrasting views about the importance of gun regulation for violence. Furthermore, research that focuses specifically on how gun control policies influence firearm violence is also inconclusive IOM and NRC, The recommendations of a recent IOM and National Research Council report that calls for more research on the potential efficacy of gun control policies in preventing firearm violence in U.
Chapter 7 includes a discussion of actions in public safety that could be considered to begin to bring about change from the community level up. Chapter 4 discussed the importance of communities and the fact that they not only are the locus for change, they also possess agency and can draw on their own power and assets to help effect change. However, as acknowledged in that chapter, it can be difficult for communities to promote health equity on their own. The present chapter describes the effects that policies and laws can have on communities.
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