Dr Susan Robinson is a criminologist, lecturer and researcher with the Charles Sturt University, Australian Graduate School of Policing and Security based in Canberra. She has extensive experience working as a practitioner and manager in the public service in South Australia, the Australian Capital Territory and the United Kingdom in the areas of child protection, juvenile justice and adult corrections. She holds a PhD in sociology (criminology) from Flinders University in South Australia and an Honors Degree in Social Work. She is a current member of the NSW Corrective Service Industries Consultative Council and the Faculty of Arts and Education Human Research Ethics Committee. Sue's research interests include: Women in Policing; Female Offenders; Juvenile Offenders; Investigating Crimes Against Children; Child Protection, Correctional Services; Police Leadership and Custody. She currently teaches in JST301 Applying Criminology to Crime Reduction in the Bachelor of Policing program.