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29 November 2019

Griffith researchers work with QPS on harm reduction strategy

Griffith University researchers were part of aQueensland Police Service-led project which won a gold awardin the2019Australian Crime and Violence Prevention Awards.

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1 May 2024

No magic wand

A key plank of the Queensland Government’s new Community Safety Plan is to expand police use of metal detector wands, even though there is no evidence that they help reduce violent crime say Griffith Criminology Institute researchers.

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9 September 2021
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29 May 2020

Griffith and QCS collaborate on innovative training models

The Griffith Criminology Institute will partner with QCS to develop a new training curriculum, positioning the state as leaders in evidence-based corrections.

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18 December 2019
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8 August 2019

Les Misérables opens at Queensland Conservatorium

Griffith’s epic new production of Les Misérables opens tonight. The showfeatures a cast of 80 students, two orchestras and more than 300 costumes over 12 epic performances.

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19 July 2017

International Exchange for Downs Student Scientist

An early childhood relocation from Brisbane to the Darling Downs has had a pivotal influence on 21-year-old, Griffith University student...

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8 June 2017
From left: QPS Deputy Commissioner Steve Gollschewski, Professor Paul Mazerolle - Griffith University Pro Vice Chancellor (Arts, Education & Law), QPS Commissioner Ian Stewart and Deputy Commissioner Peter Martin at the launch of the Social Analytics Lab at Mt Gravatt campus.

Million dollar data lab sheds light on Qld crime

Griffith University researchers are analysing more than one million Queensland crimes to forecast where future crime hotspots are likely to occur.

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29 July 2016
Assistant Commissioner Peter Martin, AEL's 2015 Outstanding Alumnus of the Year

Outstanding alumnus Peter Martin appointed Deputy Commissioner for Queensland Police

Award-winning Griffith University alumnus and long-serving senior officer, Assistant Commissioner Peter Martin APM, has been appointed to a major new executive role within the Queensland Police Service

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29 February 2016

Insight into investigative interviewing

Why torture is an unreliable method of obtaining a confession and reasons contributing to false confessions are two of the...

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