The Griffith Criminology Institute will partner with Queensland Corrective Services (QCS) to analyse data on incarceration in Queensland.
Indigenous Australians have higher prevalence rates for both incarceration and mental disorder diagnoses when compared to non-Indigenous Australians.
Griffith University’s leading researchers have been recognised at the 2020 Vice Chancellor’s Research Excellence Awards.
Criminologist Molly Dragiewicz has been appointed to the Domestic and Family Violence Death Review and Advisory Board.
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.
A new book describes how men who have committed serious sexual offenses come to stop offending and end their ‘criminal career’.
Four Griffith University researchers have been announced as 2018 Australian Research Council Future Fellows. The University has also been awarded funding for one 2018 ARC Industrial Transformation Research Hub. The projects form part of the $180.4 million worth of national funding announced today by Minister for Education and Training Simon Birmingham. Senior Deputy Vice Chancellor […]