Griffith alumnus makes policing history

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Queensland has its first female Police Commissioner, and she is a proud Griffith graduate who was the recipient of the university’s inaugural Outstanding Alumnus Award in 2018. Commissioner-elect Katarina Carroll APM is the first woman to fill the position in the Queensland Police Service’s 159-year history. Graduating from the police academy in 1983, Katarina began […]
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Shanghai Ranking declares Griffith Nursing and Midwifery Australia’s best and number 2 globally

Griffith has been ranked number 1 in Australia for Nursing and Midwifery, Hospitality and Tourism Management, and Law (including Criminology) in ShanghaiRanking's Global Ranking of Academic Subjects 2020.
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Pioneering project to transform corrections and change lives

Griffith University will lead an important new project looking to transform the lives of mothers in custody and their children.
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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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Increased reporting needed to stamp out image-based abuse

Australia leads the world in fighting online image-based abuse (IBA) but there’s no room for complacency warns Griffith University criminologist Dr Jacqueline Drew.
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Griffith representatives recognised with Australia Day Honours

Incoming Pro-Vice Chancellor (Indigenous) Professor Cindy Shannon was one of many Griffith University staff, alumni and associates recognised with Australia Day Honours.
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Griffith awarded $3.3 million in funding for ARC Discovery and Linkage projects

Griffith University has been awarded $3,376,073 for ARC Discovery and Linkage Projects.
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Domestic Violence

Action is the key message say domestic violence advocates

Action is the key message as domestic violence advocates converge on the Gold Coast for Griffith University’s 2019 MATE Conference today.
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Griffith hosts discussion on future of international criminal law

An Australian international criminal lawyer spoke of the horrific experiences of victims and survivors of ongoing genocides in countries throughout the world at a Griffith University round table in October.
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Griffith research nationally recognised

Griffith University’s research excellence has once again been recognised nationally.
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Vice Chancellor awards recognises research excellence

Griffith University’s leading researchers have been recognized at the 2019 Vice Chancellor’s Research Excellence Awards.
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Alcohol-fuelled violence legislation leads to increased preloading – study

Queensland's alcohol legislation needs revision for it to be more effective according to a new study.
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International corporate crime focus of Madgadalene-Schoch Fellowship

Professor Susanne Kastedt from the Griffith Criminology Institute has been awarded a prestigious 2019 Madgadalene-Schoch Fellowship from the University of Hamburg.
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Projects aim to reduce child exploitation material

Projects to help police in the fight against child exploitation.
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Teen girls swayed by parents’ drinking

Teen girls are influenced by their father's drinking habits a new Griffith University study shows.
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Research finds majority of young workers face exploitation and harassment in their first job

The Griffith University study shows young workers may not understand workplace agreements and laws, and be more frightened to report incorrect pay or incidents.
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False rape claims have little impact on wrongful convictions – study

False rape allegations do not have a bearing on wrongful convictions a new study from Griffith University has found. Lead author Dr Katie Hail-Jares from the Griffith Criminology Institute with colleagues from American University in Washington DC, have concluded that false rape allegations reduce the odds of a wrongful conviction by nearly 10 times. In […]
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Prison stress adversely affects mother-child relationships

New research show one third of Australian women experience high parenting stress after close family imprisonment.
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