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14 February 2023
Crime

Facilitating positive change in Queensland youth justice

Youth crime is on the rise in Queensland. Recent media stories demonstrate the high cost of youth crimes for victims - financially, through serious or permanent injury, or leaving loved ones to try and pick up the pieces after senseless and tragic deaths. Victims and the wider community are understandably outraged and demand the government hold offenders accountable and protect the community by making these behaviours less likely in the future. Dr Troy Allard looks at how offenders can be held to account and address the root cause of their behaviour.

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10 January 2023
Peregian Beach

How do Queenslanders respond to a disaster? Let’s look at the data

A collaboration between the Relational Insights Data Lab and Queensland Fire and Emergency Services aimed to better understand where, when, and how people move during a disaster in order to inform the states response strategy. Here is what they found.

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31 March 2020

Evaluating the Queensland Human Rights Act: Building the case for the four-year review 2020 — 2024

Background On 1 January 2020 the Human Rights Act 2019 (henceforth ‘the Act’) commenced operation in Queensland, enacting twenty-three human...

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27 July 2018

A snapshot of challenges and changes in the legal system in Queensland: June and July 2018

By Ms Zoe Rathus AM, Director of Legal Clinic One of the pleasures of being an academic is the opportunity...

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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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24 February 2014
Peter Hoskings

High-speed police pursuits and policy reform

Research on high-speed police pursuits is the focus on Tony Fitzgerald Scholarship winner Peter Hoskings.

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21 October 2013

AEL award honours Corey’s police service

Long-serving Brisbane police officer, Senior Sergeant Corey Allen, is Griffith University’s Arts, Education and Law Group 2013 Outstanding Alumnus of...

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20 September 2013

Forum to address G20 protests, police powers

Balancing theright toprotest and the need for special police powers at next year’s G20summit of world leaders will be the...

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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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23 November 2016

Preloading drinks project recognised for reducing violence and anti-social behaviour

Smart Start, a joint initiative of Griffith University and the Queensland Police Service, today received a silver award in the community-led category of the 2016 Australian Crime and Violence Prevention Awards.

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