Griffith criminology and criminal justice research will be presented at leading international criminology conferences this month.
Professor James Byrne will be speaking at the American Judges Association/American Judges Foundation annual conference on New Technology and the courts: Does it Have an impact on performance?. He highlights the wide range of technological innovations being used in court and discusses the impact these innovations have on court performance.
He will also be introducing Griffith University’s new Global Centre for Evidence-based Corrections and Sentencing to judges from across the USA.
He recently spoke at the Eurocrim2013 conference in Budapest about new technology in courts.
Professor Philip Stenning will be speaking by invitation at the Chinese National Police University’s 20th Anniversary celebrations, in Shenyang, China. He is speaking about What are ethics and why should police care about them? and Alternative approaches to drug abuse – Vancouver’s ‘Four Pillars’ initiative.
He recently spoke at Eurocrim2013 about The Office of the Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court: A review of the first ten years as well as Sexual violence against female university students: the real story.
Professor Kathleen Daly will be speaking at the Victims of Crime National Conference in Adelaide on Redressing victimisation in ‘total institutions’: how much does money matter?.
She will be discussing the logic in redressing victimisation, the range of payment amounts, the outcomes and whether victims ideas change over time.