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Monash University and Tata Institute of Social Sciences sign strategic agreement
British Academy honour for criminal jurisprudence expert
New university project examines role home plays in supporting military
Exploring impacts of COVID-19 on cannabis supply and demand in Australia
City-Funded Housing Repairs in Low-Income Neighborhoods Associated with Drop in Crime
Cybercrime bill to rise during pandemic
Monash Expert: International community accuses China of widespread hacking campaign
Two Montréal organizations that provide support to victims of crime receive funding from Canada
Take Look Inside QCS officer profile
Incarcerated people placed in solitary confinement differ significantly from others in prison population
STOPMTL.CA: First interactive map to self-report police stops in Montreal
Cost of COVID-19 scams likely to rise considerably, report concludes
Securing our economic prosperity by strengthening cyber security
Study model explores impact of police action on population health
NAIDOC Week profile: Senior Police Liaison Officer Maj-Lis Dalton
Public demand for stricter policing method
UTSA study: Use of police force still breaking down across racial, ethnic lines
A study shows severity of abuses of minors within Catholic church
An exciting day for SA Police latest police graduates
Parental monitoring and consistency in adolescence can reduce young Black men’s likelihood of criminal behavior
Natural justice: first in-depth study of Torres Strait region
Griffith greats receive Queen’s Birthday Honours
Training scientists in substance use prevention focus of $3.2 million grant
New ERC Project Exploring Moral Dimensions of Surveillance launches
Combatting child sex abuse: Research Tuesdays
In Oregon, new gun violence restraining orders appear to be used as intended, but could be used more proactively
Coupled brain activity, cerebrospinal fluid flow could indicate Alzheimer’s risk
Thailand’s war on drugs: Women break bad to escape poverty
Griffith subjects secure top spots in 2021 ShanghaiRanking
Sharing is caring – or is it? Smartphone boom prompts healthcare questions
New Book: Gender Equality and Nation Branding in Nordic Region
Study on intermittency in gang membership underscores value of preventing youth from rejoining gangs
Monash Expert: China, Huawei and 5G network in Australia
New resources: Access virtual bookshelf & databases
Teachers’ gender, sexuality, and age affect perceptions of sexual misconduct of students
Mr Michael Riches to be nominated as Independent Commissioner Against Corruption
QCS and Griffith University collab sheds light on incarceration
Griffith partners with QCS to shed light on incarceration
Poetry, reflection mark University of Toronto’s acceptance of Anti-Black Racism Task Force report
Millennials Commit Less Crime Than Prior Generations
Drug checking service influences future behaviour, first ever follow up survey reveals
Nominations open for Australia’s best crime and violence prevention programs
Timely recognition of research on international refugee law
Nominations open for Australia’s most outstanding crime and violence prevention programs
Tool to predict recidivism in federal inmates could make more prisoners eligible for early release
Criminal justice staff must view reforms as legitimate for them to be sustained, study shows
Ethics of Architecture: Mark Kingwell launches University of Toronto-Oxford book series
Parents more lenient about alcohol with teens who experience puberty early