Sponsorship


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Lisle Security Consultants Co Ltd
Lisle Security Consultants was incorporated in Macau in January 2008. The company specialises in managing due diligence, employee and vendor screening and integrity testing for a number of Asian, US, European and and Australian corporate clients.


Tabcorp is a successful, diversified and responsible organisation, conducting a unique combination of casino, wagering, gaming, hospitality and media activities across Australia. This event is sponsored by the Casinos Division of Tabcorp.  As a diversified entertainment group, Tabcorp strives to offer a first-class entertainment experience for our customers, great opportunities for our employees, support in the community and value for our shareholders. The company’s culture embraces teamwork, integrity, performance, innovation and customer understanding.
Tabcorp manages leading customer brands in Australia, including Star City Hotel & Casino in Sydney, Jupiters Hotel & Casino on the Gold Coast, Treasury Casino & Hotel in Brisbane and Jupiters Hotel & Casino Townsville, as well as non-casino brands of TAB, Tabaret, Keno, Luxbet and TAB Sportsbet, serving millions of customers every day.  Tabcorp continues to actively support many local communities with a range of donations and sponsorships for sporting groups and community services. This is on top of the company's contributions to state community benefit funds in Victoria, New South Wales and Queensland, which in the year to 30 June 2010 totalled $87.9 million.
Tabcorp’s three major business units of Casinos, Wagering and Gaming employ about 11,000 people in all States of Australia. The Casinos Division of Tabcorp, which operates in New South Wales and Queensland will be demerged from Tabcorp during 2011 to become its own company being made up of the substantial casino and hotel assets of Tabcorp.
Tabcorp has more than 150,000 shareholders and has a market capitalisation within the top 100 Australian companies listed on the Australian Securities Exchange. In the 12 months to 30 June 2010, the company generated revenue (normalised) of $4.23 billion.
Tabcorp is committed to ensuring its products are enjoyed by its customers and delivered responsibly. The company makes a significant contribution to the communities in which it operates through sponsorships, donations, provision of community services, payment of taxes and provision of entertainment.

 


Coopers Brewery is the nation’s only major 100% Australian-owned brewery remaining. Established in 1862 by Thomas Cooper, the company is now run by fifth generation descendants, Dr Tim Cooper, the Managing Director and Chief Brewer, and Glenn Cooper, the Chairman and Marketing Director




Its banner ‘A New Beginning’. reflects Outcare’s charter to make Western Australia a safer place to live by providing rehabilitative and supportive services for offenders, ex-offenders and their families. It does this by taking a holistic approach to crime prevention.
Outcare’s broad range of education, intervention and reform programs reduce the re-offending rate of people in conflict with the justice system and support their successful rehabilitation and re-integration into society. In turn, this leads to a safer community and lower costs associated with the justice system.
Outcare looks to the future, not at the past. It is about creating a new beginning for people and a new beginning for the community of Western Australia.

 



The National Motor Vehicle Theft Reduction Council (NMVTRC) is a joint initiative of all Australian governments and the insurance industry. Its mission is to drive down Australia's unacceptably high level of vehicle theft. This will benefit the economic and social well-being of the nation.
NMVTRC is are working actively with police, insurers, the motor trades, vehicle manufacturers, registration authorities and justice agencies to implement a range of theft reduction strategies. These strategies are making vehicles more difficult to steal, closing the loopholes that professional thieves exploit, improving the flow of police and registration information nationally, and leading young offenders away from vehicle theft. As the dynamics of vehicle theft invariably change over time, we remain open to new strategies.
The NMVTRC is an independent incorporated, not-for-profit, association. It commenced operation in 1999 for an initial term of five years and this term has since been extended by the Council's funding partners to the end of 2012. It reports to the Australian Ministerial Council for Police and Emergency Management and the Insurance Council.



Sydney Institute of Criminology


The Sydney Institute of Criminology is a research centre based in the Sydney Law School specialising in criminology, criminal justice and criminal law. It is a commercial publishing house producing the international research journal Current Issues in Criminal Justice and the Institute of Criminology book series. Institute staff teach the Masters and Graduate Diploma in Criminology at the Sydney Law School and the Institute is committed to public and professional education more broadly. Staff of the Institute advise government and private organisations on matters of crime law and policy and sit on a range of public sector committees and advisory boards.



The John Bray Law Network


The John Bray Law Network has as its objects the promotion and fostering of interaction and involvement between the University of Adelaide School of Law, its undergraduates and graduates and the friends and alumni of the University and to encourage cooperation between the Faculty and the legal profession. All graduates in law or presently or formerly enrolled students or Law School staff are members. It is named for Dr John Bray (1912-1995) who was Chief Justice of South Australia from 1967 until 1978. Dr Bray was respected throughout the common- law world as a learned reformer and jurist and was notable for his classical scholarship, poetry and wit. The Network convenes an occasional John Bray Oration and occasional public addresses. It presents Annual Book prizes at the University and has published five Books including Dr. John Emerson's "First Amongst Equals- The Lives of the Twentieth Century Chief Justices of South Australia".

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