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Andrew Jackomos

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Justice Department

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Employment History

Commissioner

SNAICC


Indigenous Unit Chief Executive Officer

Department of Justice


Affiliations

Victorian Aboriginal Child Care Agency

Commissioner


Institute of Public Administration Australia

Victorian Fellow


National Congress of Australia

Member


Indigenous Family Violence Partnership Forum

Member


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Who's Deadly? The countdown begins - Deadly Vibe

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Andrew Jackomos - Justice Department - VIC


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Andrew Jackomos - Justice Department
The Koori Justice Department under the guidance and leadership of its Director, Andrew Jackomos, has committed to targets of recruiting Indigenous cadets within each of its eight divisions. The first four cadets commenced in 2009. Another four cadetships were filled in 2010. Under the program, Indigenous tertiary students interested in a career in Justice are linked with business units within the Department in a cadetship arrangement involving full-time study and work-experience placements. At the successful completion of their cadetship, cadets are offered ongoing employment in the department. This is an exciting new program for Justice that not only enables Indigenous students to gain professional qualifications and experience, but secures cadets an ongoing position. Mr Jackomos has shown dedication to boosting economic opportunities in Victoria for Aboriginal people, while always maintaining a true connection to Aboriginal communities.


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Taskforce 1000 with Andrew Jackomos
Taskforce 1000 with Andrew Jackomos


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Andrew Jackomos
Andrew Jackomos PSM is a proud Yorta Yorta man, appointed in July 2013 as the inaugural Victorian Commissioner for Aboriginal Children and Young People. Andrew is a member of the National Congress of Australia's First Peoples, the Victorian Aboriginal Justice Forum and the Victorian Indigenous Family Violence Forum. In 2006 he was awarded the Public Service Medal and admitted as a Victorian Fellow with the Institute of Public Administration Australia (IPAA) and then in 2013 as National Fellow.


Media Release 16 July 2013 - SNAICC welcomes appointment of Mr Andrew Jackomos - SNAICC

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Media Release 16 July 2013 - SNAICC welcomes appointment of Mr Andrew Jackomos
July 18, 2013 Download File SNAICC welcomes appointment of Mr Andrew Jackomos as Victoria's first Commissioner for Aboriginal Children and Youth SNAICC warmly welcomes the ground-breaking appointment of Mr Andrew Jackomos as Victoria's - and Australia's - first Commissioner for Aboriginal Children and Youth. SNAICC congratulates the Victorian Government on its initiative to appoint a commissioner dedicated to the needs of the state's Koori children and youth -and implores other state and territory governments to follow suit. We believe Mr Jackomos is an excellent choice as inaugural commissioner. He comes from a famous and highly respected Aboriginal family in Victoria and he knows the Koori communities and the challenges intimately. Importantly, as a long-serving senior public servant at both the state and federal levels, Mr Jackomos also knows the workings of governments and departments - and has long advocated the importance of Aboriginal people participating in the delivery of government programs and services that impact on them. So Mr Jackomos has an enormous task ahead of him. But SNAICC is confident his knowledge, commitment and passion will serve Victoria's Koori children and youth well. SNAICC believes that learning from evaluations of past policies and building on the solid evidence base to strengthen focus on underlying causes of over-representation, on prevention and on Aboriginal participation can see change happen. SNAICC would urge other state-territory government to follow Victoria's important lead to improve outcomes for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children and youth. SNAICC is keen to meet with Mr Jackomos, offer any support his office may require and looks forward to working with him over the coming years to see better protection of the rights of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children and young people in Victoria.


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