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Mr. Martin McMillan 

Lecturer, Restorative Justice Practices, School of Criminology and Criminal Practices, Griffith University
Biography:
Martin McMillan has been a restorative justice practitioner and trainer since 2002 when he was accredited as a youth justice convenor. Martin currently lectures in restorative practice for Griffith University in Queensland, Australia. Martin is also the Principal Training Officer for the Queensland Department of Justice and Attorney-General and is responsible for the development and delivery of accredited convenor training for Queensland’s Youth Justice Conferencing Program. This is Australia’s largest restorative justice program, having dealt with over 20 000 referrals since 1997.
Martin has been a recipient of Queensland’s Premier Award for Public Sector Management for his role in the expansion of the youth justice conferencing program across Queensland. He has managed the program’s busiest conferencing service and has over a decade of experience in the development and delivery of conferencing practice and policy.
Martin is an engaging presenter, his first class training skills being honed from over 10 years of experience training hundreds of convenors and police as well as lawyers, students and other stakeholders in restorative justice.
Martin has a Certificate 4 in Training and Assessment, a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and is a member of the Queensland Chapter of Restorative Practices International.
Martin is delighted to continue the constructive training partnership he has enjoyed with the Hong Kong Methodist Centre since 2007.

 

Ms. Maryann Hearn

Lecturer, Restorative Justice Practices, School of Criminology and Criminal Practices, Griffith University
Biography:
Maryann is a nationally accredited mediator and youth justice conference convenor, currently lectures in restorative practice for Griffith university in Queensland, Australia and is ca committee member of the Queensland Chapter of Restorative Practices International.
 
Maryann’s extensive experience in conflict resolution began in 1988 where she was a police officer in the New South Wales Police Service (Australia). Her passion and dedication for restorative justice continued when she relocated to Queensland (Australia) in 2001 where she was accredited as one of the Queensland’s first youth justice conference convenors, facilitating over 400 youth justice conferences with Queensland Government.
 
Maryann also practices restorative justice processes in workplaces and educational establishments.
 
Maryann is also delighted to have the opportunity to participate in the constructive training partnership that Martin and other colleagues have enjoyed with the Hong Kong Methodist Centre since 2007.

 

Mr. Malcolm Trotter

Trainer, Restorative Justice Practices, Queensland Department of Justice and Attorney– General; Accredited Youth Justice Convenor
 
Malcolm has worked for the Queensland Department of Justice and Attorney – General since 2006. In that time he has utilised his skills for mediation and conflict resolution to facilitated hundreds of Youth Justice Conferences, train departmental staff, Queensland Police Officers and various community stakeholders.
 
Malcolm is a qualified trainer and is currently working on legislative reforms in  Queensland to broaden Restorative Justice across the sentencing spectrum in Queensland.

Malcolm is motivated to share his  knowledge and work with likeminded people who are also passionate about the phenomenon of  Restorative Justice.