Australian and New Zealand Society of Criminology

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ANZSOC Policing Thematic Group News!

The Policing Thematic Group is gaining traction and building critical mass to bring together policing scholars, practitioners and students from Australia and New Zealand to advance the science of policing and enhance public safety for all people. With me, the Policing Thematic Group Executive (Toby Miles-Johnson, Lisa Tompson, Ross Hendy and Angela Dwyer) have been …

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New Book: Law Enforcement and Public Health

Associate Professor Isa Bartkowiak-Théron announces the publication of an edited collection, Law Enforcement and Public Health: Partners for Community Safety and Wellbeing. Edited with colleagues from Australia, the United States and Scotland, this is the first comprehensive collection on law enforcement and public health. This book brings together the views of multidisciplinary commentators on a wide range …

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Griffith Criminology Institute Lightning Talks and Networking Event

In December 2021, we held a very successful Griffith Criminology Institute Lightning Talks and Networking Event for Postgraduates and Early Career Researchers in South-East Queensland. This event brought researchers together from several universities, including Griffith University, University of Sunshine Coast (USC), University of Queensland (UQ), Queensland University of Technology (QUT), and Central Queensland University (CQU). …

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New Book: Macrocriminology and Freedom

Professor John Braithwaite’s new book Macrocriminology and Freedom can be accessed from the ANU Press website. How can power over others be transformed to ‘power with’? It is possible to transform many institutions to build societies with less predation and more freedom. These stretch from families and institutions of gender to the United Nations. Some …

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Opportunity to Participate in Research: Bricklyn Priebe, USC

Your professional opinion matters! What is ‘best-practice’ when it comes to rehabilitation of females who have engaged in harmful sexual behaviours against children? This research project aims to help fill knowledge and practice gaps on the management and treatment of females known to have perpetrated sexual offences against children. To do this, the project involves …

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