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Nixon, Christine

Overview
Works: 18 works in 36 publications in 1 language and 1,434 library holdings
Genres: Biographies  History  Autobiographies  Bibliographies  Trivia and miscellanea  Conference papers and proceedings 
Roles: Author, Performer
Classifications: HV8139, 363.2
Publication Timeline
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Most widely held works about Christine Nixon
 
Most widely held works by Christine Nixon
The changing environment for policing, 1985-2008 by David H Bayley( )

3 editions published in 2010 in English and held by 623 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Fair cop by Christine Nixon( )

6 editions published between 2011 and 2015 in English and Undetermined and held by 28 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Honest and engaging, this memoir reveals Australia's first female chief commissioner's remarkable rise through the police ranks. A police officer for more than 35 years, Christine Nixon shares the pressures of a life in the public eye and coping with difficult aspects of the job, such as losing a colleague in the line of duty. Documenting a cultural shift in policing as well as in the role of women in Australia, this narrative portrays Nixon's eight-year tenure as being characterized by her tough anticorruption stance, her frequently acrimonious relationship with the police association, and he
Practical and policy related research conducted by the Australian Institute of Criminology, 1974-87 by Paul R Wilson( Book )

1 edition published in 1987 in English and held by 22 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Carroll O'Connor 166 success facts : everything you need to know about Carroll O'Connor by Christine Nixon( )

1 edition published in 2014 in English and held by 8 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

B-W student composition symposium( Recording )

1 edition published in 1993 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Big Ideas : 21/7/2010( Visual )

1 edition published in 2010 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

The latest IQ2 debate, "Better More Cameras Than Crime", features former Victorian Police Commissioner Christine Nixon and barrister Julian Burnside
Big Ideas : 20/7/2010( Visual )

1 edition published in 2010 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

The latest IQ2 debate, "Better More Cameras Than Crime", features former Victorian Police Commissioner Christine Nixon and barrister Julian Burnside. Palestinian lawyer Diana Buttu argues that the Israeli occupation of Palestinian territory is a form of apartheid. The Director of New York's Museum of Modern Art (MoMA), Glenn D Lowry talks about the future museums. Plus in the age of the internet Anand Giridharadas, technology columnist with The New York Times goes in search of a digital philosophy
The abused child before the law : keynoote symposium 4( Visual )

2 editions published in 1986 in English and held by 0 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Video recording from Keynote Symposium 4 from the Sixth International Congress on Child Abuse and Neglect in Sydney 11-14 August 1986. Presented by Howard A. Davidson, Gail Goodman, Christine Nixon
7.30 : January 20, 2017( Visual )

1 edition published in 2017 in English and held by 0 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Michael Fullilove On What To Expect From A Donald Trump Presidency<br />Michael Fullilove, executive director of the Lowy Institute for International Policy, on what to expect from a Donald Trump presidency.<br /><br />Granny And Her Band Raising Money For Washington Protest<br />Alice Donahue, 84, and her band Granny and the Boys are raising money for the Women&apos;s March on Washington.<br /><br />Australia In Firing Line If US And China Go To War, Experts Say<br />If a major conflict erupted between the US and China many observers believe it will happen right here in Australia&apos;s backyard.<br /><br />Donald Trump Declares Open Season On The Media<br />Donald Trump has declared open season on some journalists and the world&apos;s most powerful news organisations.<br /><br />Three Dead After Car Crashed Into Pedestrians In Melbourne<br />Melbourne is in mourning tonight after three people were killed, and at least 20 injured, when a car drove into pedestrians. Victoria Police Chief Commissioner Graham Ashton joins 7.30 to discuss the tragic incident
Lateline : 14/04/10( Visual )

1 edition published in 2010 in English and held by 0 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

NIXON DENIES MISLEADING BUSHFIRE COMMISSION Former Victoria police commissioner, Christine Nixon, has been called before the Royal Commission into the Black Saturday fires to explain why she dined while the state burned and why she did not tell the commission in her original statement. SHIP'S CREW CHARGED OVER REEF GROUNDING Australian Federal Police have charged two Chinese men in connection with the grounding of the Shen Neng 1 coal carrier on Douglas Shoal in the Great Barrier Reef. BRUMBY LASHES OUT OVER HEALTH OVERHAUL Victorian Premier John Brumby has ramped up his opposition to the Federal Government's hospital take-over proposal, saying it provides no new money to hospitals. NSW CONSIDERING RUDD'S HEALTH SHAKE-UP New South Wales Premier Kristina Keneally discusses whether she will support Prime Minister Kevin Rudd's proposed overhaul of the health system. HUNDREDS KILLED IN CHINA QUAKE At least 400 people have been killed and 8,000 injured after a strong 6.9-magnitude earthquake hit Qinghai Province in western China. WORLD LEADERS BACK OBAMA'S NUKE PLAN World leaders at a landmark nuclear summit in Washington DC have agreed to secure all vulnerable nuclear materials around the globe within four years, but the issue of Iran continues to dog the US. CHINA COULD PUT BRAKES ON ELECTRIC CAR PRODUCTION Car manufacturers are ramping up electric car production but there are fears China's monopoly over special minerals needed to make electric cars could limit production
Lateline : 17/06/11( Visual )

1 edition published in 2011 in English and held by 0 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

FURTHER GREEK BAILOUT DEAL INCHES CLOSER Economics correspondent Stephen Long says progress has been made between EU nations to secure a further debt bailout for Greece. BALI NINE SMUGGLER LOSES DEATH SENTENCE APPEAL Andrew Chan has lost his final appeal against the death sentence in bali. US VOWS TO HUNT DOWN NEW AL QAEDA CHIEF The United States has renewed its focus on hunting down and killing Ayman al-Zawahiri, who took over the Al Qaeda leadership. CLIMATE CHANGE WILL END ECONOMIC GROWTH Former Greenpeace chief Paul Gilding and columnist Thomas Friedman say economic growth is dead in a post-climate change world. FAMOUS VIENNA ART EXHIBIT OPENS IN MELBOURNE An exhibition showcasing art by early 20th century Vienna artists such as Gustav Klimt and Egon Schiele has opened in Melbourne. MALAYSIA REFUGEE DEAL NEARS AGREEMENT Australian officials have met with Malaysian officials in relation to the asylum seeker swap. VICTORIAN GOVERNMENT STARTS SEARCH FOR NEW POLICE CHIEF The Baillieu Coalition Government says it will cast a wide net in its quest to find Simon Overland's replacement. JAPAN'S TSUNAMI SURVIVORS FACE MENTAL CHALLENGE There are fears of a looming mental health crisis in Japan as many survivors of the March earthquake and tsunami struggle to deal with post-traumatic stress disorder or PTSD
Four Corners : June 10, 2019( Visual )

1 edition published in 2019 in English and held by 0 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

For almost 60 years, this program has been exposing scandals, triggering inquiries, firing debate and confronting taboos. With an international reputation for excellence, this program works to serve the public interest
Big Ideas : Understanding Addiction( Visual )

1 edition published in 2014 in English and held by 0 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Kate Holden liked the idea of heroin, but following fast was an emotional dependence that led to a physical dependence. This resulted in Kate engaging in "needle in the alley way stuff" whilst working as a prostitute to pay for the habit. It's not an uncommon story but Holden was lucky. She overcame her addiction, is a very successful writer and one of the panellists in this discussion about overcoming addiction. She is joined by Christine Nixon, who was the first female Commissioner of Police in Victoria and is now deputy chancellor at Monash University. Having an ex-cop and an ex-addict on the panel works well. They've both been on the frontline with prostitution, addiction and policing; but they have respectful differences. The last panellist is S J Finn, writer, social worker and founder of International Overdose Awareness Day, an attempt to raise more awareness of issues surrounding addiction. Broadcaster and writer, Sally Warhaft, moderates this session from the Melbourne Writers Festival
Q And A : Murdoch, Media and Mad Men( Visual )

1 edition published in 2011 in English and held by 0 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Panellists will include Tanya Plibersek - Social Services Minister, Peter Dutton - Shadow Health Minister, Heather Ridout - Chief Executive, Australian Industry Group, Brendan O'Neill - British Editor, Spiked Online and Stephen Mayne - Crikey founder
7.30 : 28/07/11( Visual )

1 edition published in 2011 in English and held by 0 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

CHRISTINE NIXON SPEAKS TO 7.30 Former Victorian police commissioner, Christine Nixon, speaks to Leigh Sales about her autobiography, 'Fair Cop', and the claims she makes within the book about a media campaign against her. AUSTRALIA'S BID FOR UN SEAT UNDER SCRUTINY Doubts have been cast over Australia's efforts to win a seat at the United Nations Security Council. A LAW FIRM WITH A DIFFERENCE The Salvation Army has opened a commercial law firm in Sydney's CBD and it's already taking business away from some of its big corporate cousins. CLARKE AND DAWE DISCUSS PROBLEMS John Clarke and Bryan Dawe consider recent political problems. INTERVIEW WITH JUSTICE KEVIN BELL Speaks to Justice Kevin Bell of the Victorian Supreme Court about the Salvation Army's work with its recently established law firm
Lateline : 16/04/10( Visual )

1 edition published in 2010 in English and held by 0 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

AIRPORT MELTDOWN AFTER ICELAND VOLCANO ERUPTION Air travel in and out of northern Europe has been stopped because of a cloud of ash spewing from a volcano in Iceland. HEALTH TAKE-OVER FACES NEW DIFFICULTY Prime Minister Kevin Rudd has failed to win the NSW Premier's backing on his hospital take-over. PREMIER INVITES GREENS LEADER TO CABINET The Tasmanian Premier has invited the state's Greens leader to become a minister in his new minority Government. NIXON MET BIOGRAPHER ON BLACK SATURDAY Former Victorian police commissioner Christine Nixon has revealed she had a haircut and met with her biographer on Black Saturday in 2009. CHRISTMAS ISLAND DETENTION CENTRE ABOVE CAPACITY On Christmas Island, a bed shortage is pushing asylum seekers into any spare space they can find. DEBATE ON FEDERAL HEALTH TAKE-OVER Niki Savva, a columnist for ABC's The Drum, joins News Limited editor David Penberthy to discuss the rising challenge of Prime Minister Kevin Rudd's health take-over. UK HOLDS FIRST TELEVISED ELECTION DEBATE The three men who all want to be the next prime minister of Britain have faced each other in the first television election debate in the history of UK politics. INVESTIGATION INTO MENTALLY ILL MAN'S DEATH The Queensland Police Ethical Standards Command is investigating the case of a mentally ill man who went to the Townsville hospital to seek help and ended up dead. STEPHEN LONG DISCUSSES EXECUTIVE PAY RULES Economics correspondent Stephen Long discusses the Federal Government's announcement of stricter controls on executive pay
7.30 : 23/06/11( Visual )

1 edition published in 2011 in English and held by 0 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

FALLING CATTLE PRICES The Government's still trying to thrash out a deal with Indonesia over the suspension of live cattle exports, and while it drags on, farming groups and stock agents are warning the beef industry's in limbo. PETER BEATTIE SPEAKS WITH 7.30 Features an interview with former Queensland Premier Peter Beattie. He explains why he thinks Kevin Rudd should retire from politics. CONROY DENIES OPTUS PRESSURED OVER NBN Communications Minister Stephen Conroy talks about what the $11 billion deal with Telstra means for the NBN. ONE YEAR SINCE GILLARD'S BLOODLESS COUP Julie Gillard has marked one year in her role as Australia's Prime Minister. CLARKE AND DAWE: THE AUSTRALIAN VOTER John Clarke and Bryan Dawe discuss the unusual state of contemporary Australian politics
Lateline : 28/07/11( Visual )

1 edition published in 2011 in English and held by 0 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

DETENTION CENTRE SELF-HARMING PROMPTS INQUIRY The Commonwealth Ombudsman has launched an inquiry into the skyrocketing rates of suicide attempts and self-harm in immigration detention centres. TALIBAN CLAIMS RESPONSIBILITY FOR SUICIDE ATTACKS A suicide attack in Australian-controlled Uruzgan province in Afghanistan has killed at least 17 people including a local BBC reporter. NIXON ACCUSES POLICE UNION OF UNDERMINING HER Former Victorian police commissioner Christine Nixon has written memoirs attacking News Limited, the Police Union and the Victorian Bushfires Royal Commission. STALEMATE ON DEBT CEILING INFURIATES AMERICANS There are fears Republicans and Democrats will not be able to negotiate an agreement to raise the government's debt ceiling and avoid a default on more than $US14 trillion. OBAMA HAS WAITED TOO LONG: DUFFY Time Magazine editor Michael Duffy says the new Republicans in congress are committed to no-compromise politics and seem to have a different set of facts to the Democrats. LIBYA THREATENS COURT ACTION OVER DIPLOMAT EXPULSION Britain has formally recognised Libya's rebel coalition, expelling the last Libyan government diplomats from the UK and inviting the rebels to install their own ambassador in London. WA TO HEAR LANDMARK GM CONTAMINATION CASE A West Australian farmer is set to launch landmark legal action against a neighbour he accuses of contaminating his property with genetically modified Canola. NSW RAIDS BIKIE GANGS OVER TAX FRAUD New South Wales police say they have conducted the biggest raid against outlaw bikie gangs in the state's history, arresting ten people in connection with a multi-million-dollar tax fraud
 
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