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Research to tackle drink-spiking
New era as Governor Chris Dawson is officially sworn in
Crime research projects chosen for inaugural grants
New Deaths in custody in Australia quarterly dashboard
We have to stop child sexual abuse before it happens
Awarding exceptional crime and violence prevention programs for 30 years
New Western Australian Governor announced
Elite new strike teams to target organised crime
New national specialist FDSV financial counselling service
AIC research giving voice to victims of intimate partner homicide
Travellers and workers urged to be alert for crime at airports as borders reopen
Technology and distance weaponised against rural women domestic violence victims
In rural Australia, digital coercive control can be inescapable
First ‘love-bomb’, then ‘financial emergency’: 5 tactics of Tinder swindlers
New Criminology Research Grants awarded by Australian Institute of Criminology
New reports spotlight hospitalisations due to family, domestic and sexual violence and service responses
New funding grants on offer for criminal justice research
Decline of brotherhood
National Anti-Gangs Squad seizes more firearms, cash and drugs from OMCGs
New deaths in custody report released 2 December
New deaths in custody report released
Australia’s best crime and violence prevention projects recognised
South Australian projects recognised for excellence in crime and violence prevention
Projects recognised for excellence in crime and violence prevention 23 November
Queensland projects recognised for excellence in crime and violence prevention
Victoria projects recognised for excellence in crime and violence prevention
Tasmania Police’s Project Vigilance recognised for reducing incidence and effects of family violence in community
New South Wales projects recognised for excellence in crime and violence prevention
Victoria Police’s Second-Hand Dealer Inspection and Closure program recognised for reducing trade
Applications for new Indigenous Justice Research Program are now open
New program to fund research into Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander criminal justice
New study identifies cyber strategies with potential to identify and protect victims of child abuse material
Australia to trial domestic violence deterrence program
Whipping cream canisters have many uses beyond ‘nangs’
Exploring impacts of COVID-19 on cannabis supply and demand in Australia
Cybercrime bill to rise during pandemic
Warning on pandemic cybercrime rates
Cost of COVID-19 scams likely to rise considerably, report concludes
Securing our economic prosperity by strengthening cyber security
Natural justice: first in-depth study of Torres Strait region
National Strategy to Prevent Child Sexual Abuse
How does domestic violence escalate over time?
A new national strategy to prevent child sexual abuse
Nominations open for Australia’s best crime and violence prevention programs
Nominations open for Australia’s most outstanding crime and violence prevention programs
46-year-old Queensland man sentenced for possessing child-like sex dolls
Landmark national study on prevalence and impact of child abuse kicks off
Australian Child Maltreatment Study to identify prevalence of child abuse and its health impacts