Award Winners

2016 ANZSOC Award Winners

Distinguished Criminologist Award
Professor Kate Warner AC and Dr Duncan Chappell, for a lifetime of outstanding, significant and sustained contributions to Australian and New Zealand criminology.

New Scholar Prize
Dr Bianca Fileborn, LaTrobe University for her article Doing gender, doing safety? Young adults’ production of safety on a night out published in Gender, Place and Culture, A Journal of Feminist Geography.

Student Paper Prize
Lorena Rivas, Griffith University for her paper Contemporary Perspectives on Crime: Antiquities Trafficking, supported by Professor Susanne Karstedt.

The Allen Austin Bartholomew Award
supported by Sage Publications
Associate Professor Julia Quilter, University of Wollongong for her article Populism and criminal justice policy: An Australian case study of non-punitive responses to alcohol-related violence, published in the Australian and New Zealand Journal of Criminology.

Adam Sutton Crime Prevention Award
Dr Garner Clancey, Sydney University for his article, Some findings from an Australian local crime prevention case study, published in Crime Prevention and Community Safety: An International Journal.

Allan van Zyl Memorial Prize
Shelley Eder, Charles Darwin University.

New Zealand Student Award for Best Abstract
Marita Leask for her paper titled ‘A critical discourse analysis of New Zealand sentencing decisions in cases where women kill in the context of intimate partner abuse’.

Australian Student Award for Best Abstract
Madeleine Ulbrick for her paper (with A. Flynn and D. Tyson) titled ‘Abolishing Defensive Homicide: A Step Towards Populist Punitivism at the Expense of Mentally Impaired Offenders’. The PhD candidate is first and corresponding author.

2015 ANZSOC Award Winners

Student Paper Prize
Patricia Aloi for her paper Victim Impact Statements in Superior Court Sentencing Proceedings in Western Australia.

New Scholar Prize
James Martin for his paper Lost on the Silk Road: Online drug distribution and the ‘cryptomarket’ published in Criminology and Criminal Justice

The Allen Austin Bartholomew Award
Eileen Baldry and Chris Cunneen for their article Imprisoned Indigenous women and the shadow of colonial patriarchy, published in volume 47(2), pp 276-298 of the Australian and New Zealand Society of Criminology.

The Adam Sutton Crime Prevention Award
Tim Prenzlar for his edited book Professional Practice in Crime Prevention and Security Management.

Distinguished Criminologist Award
Kathleen Daly and Janet Chan, for outstanding significant and sustained contribution to Australian or New Zealand criminology.

Christine M Alder Book Award
Kathleen Daly for her book ‘Redressing Institutional Abuse of Children’

2014 ANZSOC Award Winners

Student Paper Prize
Samarah Symons for her paper Independent Legal Representation for Victims of Sexual Assault: Consideration of a Proposed Amendment to the Victims of Crime ACT 2001 (SA) under supervision of David Plater.

New Scholar Prize
Michael Salter for his paper Justice and revenge in online counter-publics: Emerging responses to sexual violence in the age of social media, published in the Crime, Media, Culture, an international journal.

The Allen Austin Bartholomew Award
Wayne Goodall and Russil Durrant, for their article Regional Variation in Sentencing: the incarceration of aggravated drink drivers in the New Zealand District Courts, published in volume 46(3), pp 422-447 of the Australian and New Zealand Journal of Criminology.

The Adam Sutton Crime Prevention Award
Anthony Morgan for his report Effective crime prevention interventions for implementation by local government, Research and Public Policy Series, Australian Institute of Criminology 2012

Distinguished Criminologist Award
Christine Alder and David Biles, for outstanding significant and sustained contribution to Australian or New Zealand criminology.

2013 ANZSOC Award Winners

Student Paper Prize
Alexa Ridgway (pictured below) for her paper ‘Talking Trauma’ under supervision of Kathleen Daly. 

New Scholar Prize
Dr Asher Flynn and Dr Kate Fitz-Gibbon (pictured below) for their paper ‘Bargaining with Defensive Homicide: Examining Victoria’s Secretive Plea Bargaining System Post-Law Reform’, published in the Melbourne University Law Review.

The Allen Austin Bartholomew Award
Tracey Booth,‘‘Cooling out’ victims of crime: Managing victim participation in the sentencing process in a superior sentencing court,’ Australian and New Zealand Journal of Criminology, August 2012; vol. 45, 2: pp. 214-230.

The Adam Sutton Crime Prevention Award
Tim Prenzler, ‘Responding to welfare fraud: The Australian experience’, Research and Public Policy Series, Australian Institute of Criminology 2012

Distinguished Criminologist Award
Richard Harding, for outstanding significant and sustained contribution to Australian or New Zealand criminology.

Christine M Alder Book Award
Sharon Pickering and Leanne Weber for their book ‘Globalization and Borders: Death at the Global Frontier’

2012 ANZSOC Award Winners

Student Paper Prize
Vincent O’Kane for his paper “Indian approaches towards controlling opiate production and their relationship to international drug control” under supervision of Steve James.

New Scholar Prize
Dr Meredith Rossner for her paper “Emotions and Interaction Ritual: A Micro Analysis of Restorative Justice”, published in the British Journal of Criminology.

The Allen Austin Bartholomew Award
Kerry Carrington, Russell Hogg, and Alison McIntosh, “The resource boom’s underbelly: Criminological impacts of mining development” Australian and New Zealand Journal of Criminology, December 2011; vol. 44, 3: pp. 335-354.

The Adam Sutton Crime Prevention Award
Olga Camacho Duarte, Rohan Lulham and Lucy Kaldor, Co-designing out crime, CoDesign: International Journal of CoCreation in Design and the Arts, 7:3-4, 155-168

ANZSOC New Zealand Student Award for Best Abstract
Terikirangi Mihaere for his paper, “The misappropriation of Maori culture in prison”

Distinguished Criminologist Award
John Braithwaite, for outstanding significant and sustained contribution to Australian or New Zealand criminology.

2011 ANZSOC Award Winners

Student Paper Prize
Courtney Young for her paper “Not Guilty and Yet Not Innocent” under supervision of Dr Sandra Egger

New Scholar Prize
Dr Rebecca Wickes for her paper “Generating action and responding to local issues: Collective efficacy in context”, The Australian and Nsw Zealand Journal of Criminology, 43(3) 423-443. December 2010

The Allen Austin Bartholomew Award
Ruth McCausland and Alison Vivian “Why do some Aboriginal communities have lower crime rates than others? A polot study” The Australian and New Zealand Journal of Criminology (2010) 43 (2)

The Adam Sutton Crime Prevention Award
Associate Professor Thomas Crofts “The Law and (Anti-Social Behaviour) Order Campaign in Western Australia”

2010 ANZSOC Award Winners

Student Paper Prize
Caitlin Maling for her paper “In what ways and for what reasons does the criminal justice system treat sexual offenders differently from other offenders? Is such differential treatment defensible?” under supervision of Professor David Farrington

New Scholar Prize
Julie Ayling for her paper “Criminal organizations and resilience”, International Journal of Law, Crime and Justice, Vol 37, Iss 4, Dec 2009

The Allen Austin Bartholomew Award
Andrew McGrath “Offenders’ Perceptions of the Sentencing Process: A Study of Deterrence and Stigmatisation in the New South Wales Children’s Court” The Australian and New Zealand Journal of Criminology (2009) 42 (1)

2009 ANZSOC Award Winners

Student Paper Prize
Gitana Proietti-Scifoni for her paper “State perpetrated crime: The experiences of women in Timor-Leste” under supervision of Professor Kathleen Daly, Griffith University

New Scholar Prize
Anna Ericsson “Challenging Cultures of Violence Through Community Restorative Justice In Northern Ireland” Sociology of Crime, Law and Deviance, 11, 231-260

The Allen Austin Bartholomew Award
Nicole Rafter (Northeastern University) “Criminology’s Darkest Hour: Biocriminology in Nazi Germany,” The Australian and New Zealand Journal of Criminology (2007) 41 (3)