Charles Sturt University
Charles Sturt University

Home Affairs, Policing and Security Science

Research Area LeaderResearch Area Co-Leader

Patrick F Walsh

Associate Professor Patrick F Walsh
from the Australian Graduate School of Policing and Security

Associate Profesor Philip Birch

Associate Professor Philip Birch
from the Centre for Law and Justice

  • Overview
  • Members
  • Research Priorities
  • Publications
  • Events & News
  • Students

Aims and Objectives of the Home Affairs, Policing and Security Science (HAPSS) Research Group

HAPSS seeks to advance public and community safety across Australia and globally through multi-disciplinary, collaborative, impactful, industry relevant research and consultancy outputs.

HAPSS brings together a large number of academics, and from across the Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences with diverse disciplines and knowledge areas, including but not limited to:

  • Artificial intelligence
  • Behavioural sciences
  • Biosecurity and bioterrorism
  • Customs and border protection
  • Counter-terrorism
  • Criminology
  • Cyber security
  • Data sciences
  • Defence studies
  • Ethics, privacy and security
  • Emergency management
  • Engineering
  • Forensics
  • Financial crime
  • Intelligence studies
  • Justice studies
  • Law
  • Policing and law enforcement studies
  • Science and technology studies
  • Security studies

Some areas listed, for example cyber security, are the focus of existing and vibrant research areas in the Faculty. HAPSS does not dilute or duplicate efforts being made in other groups. Rather, HAPSS seeks to work closely with existing research groups and industry to help better broker and coordinate researchers and research efforts across different groups where there is a home affairs, policing and/or security science component to the research.


Homes Affairs, Policing and Security Science Research Group: National and CSU Research Priorities

HASS is aligned with the National Innovation and Science Agenda, particularly the pillars–collaboration and talent and skills. HAPSS, as recognised above, promotes greater research outputs in partnership with relevant industry partners that can produce world leading research and improved research infrastructure at Charles Sturt University (CSU). HAPSS also focuses on ‘talent and skills’ by identifying strategies to attract high quality digitally literate and entrepreneurial HDR students and researcher talent. The group also aims to develop the talent and skills of CSU researchers.

HAPSS works towards improving and expanding CSU’s ERA ratings, particularly in discipline areas where it has received a rating of 3 or more in recent ERA assessments (e.g., criminology and applied ethics).  Additionally, the activities of HAPSS align strongly with the ERA’s Engagement and Impact Assessment initiative, which seeks to assess the engagement and impact of research to end users beyond academia. From a University research policy perspective, HAPSS has been built around the Research Narrative. While a large proportion of HAPSS research falls under the university research narrative of ‘flourishing communities’, the cross-disciplinary nature of HAPSS undoubtedly leads to outputs that cut across the remaining university research narrative: resilient people and sustainable environments. Indeed, the researchers within HAPSS reside in the Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences, the group actively collaborates with researchers in other faculties on research in the domain of Home Affairs, Policing and Security Science, as well as outside of the university.


Home Affairs, Policing and Security Science Research Group - Industry engagement and impact

FRA members are already working with a number of national and international stakeholders. Current and potential industry partners include but are not limited to:

  • Australian Federal Police
  • ASIO
  • ONI
  • ASIS
  • AUSTRAC
  • Defence
  • ADFIS
  • ACIC
  • FBI
  • DHS
  • DEA
  • NZ Police
  • RCMP
  • NCA
  • MI5
  • ATO
  • AIPM
  • ANZPAA
  • AIPIO
  • Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet
  • College of Policing (UK)
  • Cyber Security CRC
  • Interpol
  • Indian Police Service
  • Hong Kong Police
  • NSW Committee Judiciary and the Academy
  • Immigration and Border Protection
  • State and territory police
  • Attorney-General departments (state and federal)
  • Corrections sector
  • Juvenile justice agencies
  • ANU
  • Queens University
  • Leicester University
  • Kings College London
  • Temple University
  • UNSW
  • Deakin University
  • Edith Cowan University
  • University of Georgia
  • University of Oklahoma
  • Massey University
  • Victoria University Wellington
  • Delft University
  • University of Sassari
  • XLAB (Slovenia)
  • Nanyang Technological University
  • Michigan State University
  • Chinese Academy of Science
  • University of Central Lancashire

Research comparative advantage:

CSU and particularly the Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences has a significant workforce capacity to develop a strong multi-disciplinary public safety and research agenda. For example, all of the 3.4 FTE staff allocated to work on the Cyber Security CRC come from either Australian Graduate School of Policing & Security (AGSPS), the School of Computing and Mathematics or Marketing. Staff allocated to the Cyber Security CRC will work on projects that cut across a lot of research topics being pursued by this HAPSS. Hence, there are already in place natural synergies that HAPSS utilises and can develop further beyond the Cyber landscape into other home affairs, policing and security science areas.

In particular, CSU has the strongest police and intelligence links of any university in Australia, including through the AGSPS. The AGSPS has more than two decades of experience in collaboration with national and international industry (e.g., law enforcement and security agencies), short courses in cyber security and policy, investigations, counter-terrorism and strategic intelligence. The AGSPS thus provides a well-established mechanism for the sharing and promotion of knowledge about policing, security risks and threats, public and community safety.

The AGSPS and School of Computing and Mathematics researchers working in the home affairs, policing and security sciences areas are also frequently called upon for media commentary as well as releasing media statements after major policy announcements or critical incidents such as a terrorist event. HAPSS aims to build on the branding that CSU has with many national and international media outlets by developing a media strategy for a more coordinated response to issues that promote HAPSS and the wider university.

HAPSS already demonstrates its capability to be a national leader in public safety and security related research. For example, in the 2018 ERA assessment, CSU achieved a rating of 3 in relevant areas such as criminology and artificial intelligence and a 4 in applied ethics. HAPSS allows CSU to provide a more coordinated and strategic approach to its research capabilities, thereby making it highly possible to achieve ratings of 4 or 5 in these and possibly other public safety and security related ERA clusters in the near future.

HAPSS seeks to develop those members of staff who do not have a track record in research and publishing from within the Faculty, but who want to engage with industry partners.

Finally, HAPSS includes a number of researchers, who have already demonstrated significant capability to complete impactful research and consultancy work in the public safety and security context and who would act as mentors for those individual wishing to develop in this area (see members section).


Members

NameTitle/PositionLocationEmailPicture
Yeslam Al-Saggaf Assoc Professor School of Computing & Mathematics yalsaggaf@csu.edu.auYeslam Al-Saggaf
Cesar Alvarez Lecturer
Australian Graduate School of
Policing and Security
calvarez@csu.edu.auCesar Alvarez 
Phillip Birch Associate Professor
Centre for Law & Justice /
Australian Graduate School of
Policing and Security
pbirch@csu.edu.auPhillip Birch 
Terry Bossomaier Adjunct Professor School of Computing & Mathematics tbossomaier@csu.edu.auTerry Bossomaier
Oliver Burmeister Professor School of Computing & Mathematics oburmeister@csu.edu.auOliver Burmeister
Kristy Campion Lecturer Australian Graduate School of Policing and Security kcampion@csu.edu.auKristy Campion
Ruth Delaforce Lecturer Centre for Law & Justice rdelaforce@csu.edu.auRuth Delaforce 
Jaimie Ferrill Lecturer Australian Graduate School of Policing and Security jferrill@csu.edu.auJaimie Ferrill 
John Gaffey Lecturer Centre for Law & Justice jgaffey@csu.edu.auJohn Gaffey 
Xiaodi Huang Associate Professor School of Computing and Mathematics xhuang@csu.edu.auXiaodi Huang
Mikhail Kashubsky Senior Lecturer Centre for Customs & Excise Studies mkashubsky@csu.edu.auMikhail-Kashubsky
Amber McKinley Lecturer Australian Graduate School of Policing and Security amckinley@csu.edu.auAmber McKinley
Seumas Miller Professor Australian Graduate School of Policing and Security semiller@csu.edu.auSeamus Miller
Alain NeherSenior Lecturer School of Management & Marketing aneher@csu.edu.auAlain Neher
Mark Nolan Professor Centre for Law and Justice mnolan@csu.edu.auMark Nolan 
Manoranjan Paul Professor School of Computing & Mathematics mpaul@csu.edu.auManoranjan Paul 
Robert Preece Associate Professor Centre for Customs and Excise Studies rpreece@csu.edu.auRobert Preece
Sabih-Ur Rehman Senior Lecturer School of Computing and Mathematics sarehman@csu.edu.auSabih-Ur Rehman 
Marcus SmithSenior LecturerCentre for Law and Justicemarcussmith@csu.edu.auDr Marcus Smith 
Patrick Walsh Assoc Professor Australian Graduate School of
Policing and Security, Manly
pawalsh@csu.edu.auPatrick Walsh 
Peter White Adjunct Lecturer School of Computing & Mathematics pewhite@csu.edu.auPeter White 
Troy Whitford Senior Lecturer Australian Graduate School of
Policing and Security
twhitford@csu.edu.auTony Whitford
David Widdowson Professor Centre for Customs & Excise Studies dwiddowson@csu.edu.auDavid Widdowson

Research Thematic Priorities for HAPSS

The following 5 Research Thematic Priorities (RTP’s) capture the work of the research Group:

  • Citizenship, Immigration & Border Security (CIBS);
  • National and International Security (NIS);
  • Cybercrime & Security;
  • Law Enforcement & Policing (LEP);
  • Emergency Management & Preparedness (EMP).

The scope of each RTP centres on:

  • Prevention
  • Disruption
  • Reduction
  • Professional Practice

Publications, Research Studies and Grants

Books / Edited Collections

Birch, P. and Das, D. (2019). Trends in Corrections: Interviews with Corrections Leaders around the world. Florida: CRC Press/Taylor Francis.

Birch, P. and Sicard, L.A.  (2020). Prisons and Community Corrections: Critical Issues and Emerging Controversies. London: Routledge.

Birch, P., Kennedy, M. and Kruger, E. (2020). Australian Policing: Critical Issues in 21st Century Police Practice. London: Routledge.

Gaffey, J. (in press, 2020). The Construction of Truth in Contemporary Media Narratives about Risk. London: Routledge.

Prunckun, H. and Whitford, T. (2019). Terrorism and Counterterrorism: An Introduction. Boulder, Colorado: Lynne Reinner Publishers.

Walsh, P.F. (in press, 2020). Intelligence and Governance: Building Effective Intelligence Communities in the 21st Century. Abingdon: Routledge

Book Chapters

Al-Saggaf, Y. (2019). Positive vs. Negative Emotions and Network Size: An Exploratory Study of Twitter Users, in Developments in Information Security and Cybernetic Wars. IGI Global.

Al-Saggaf, Y. (2019). Understanding online radicalisation using data science, in Violent Extremism: Breakthroughs in Research and Practice (pages 471-486) [Reprinted]. IJCWT.

Birch, P. and Ireland, J.L. (2019). Working with Violent Offenders: Assessment, Treatment and Management in The Routledge Companion to Rehabilitative Work in Criminal Justice, Raynor, P., McNeill, F., Taxman, F., Trotter, C., Ugwudike, P and Graham, H. (eds), London: Routledge.

Birch, P. Nolan, M.A. Hurley, M. H. and Das, D. (2019). Reflecting on Leaders in Corrections in D. Das and P. Birch (eds) Trends in Corrections: Interviews with Corrections Leaders Around the World. Florida: CRC Press/Taylor Francis.

Birch, P., Kennedy, M., Vickers, M., and Galovic, S (in press, 2020). Cultivating wellbeing amongst police officers: Examining challenges in the workplace in Eterno, J and D. K. Das (eds.) Urban Security: Challenges for 21st Century Global Cities and policing. Florida: CRC Press/Taylor Francis.

Birch, P. and Sicard, L.A. (2020). Young people, the Police and Policing in P. Birch, M. Kennedy and E. Kruger (eds.) Australian Policing: Critical Issues in 21st Century Police Practice. London: Routledge.

Birch, P., and Boursnell, M. (2020). Becoming a Pracademic: The importance of Professional Development for police officers in P. Birch, M. Kennedy and E. Kruger (eds.) Australian Policing: Critical Issues in 21st Century Police Practice. London: Routledge.

Birch, P. and Ireland, J.L. (2020). Policing Hate Crime: Prevention, Disruption and Reduction in P. Birch, M. Kennedy and E. Kruger (eds.) Australian Policing: Critical Issues in 21st Century Police Practice. London: Routledge.

Campion, K. (2020). ‘Contemporary Right Wing Extremism in Australia’ in ASPI’s Counter Terrorism Yearbook.  Canberra: Australian Strategic Policy Institute

Cliquennois, G. and Birch. P (2020). Prison overcrowding: Examining the problem through the prism of the European Court of Human Rights in P. Birch and L.A Sicard (eds.) Prisons and Community Corrections: Critical issues and emerging controversies. London: Routledge.

Craven, R., Marsh, H., Ryan, R.,  Dicke, T., Guo, J., Gallagher, P., Van Zanden, B. Kennedy, M. and Birch, P. (2020). A Critical Social Justice Issue of Our Time: Enabling Police Wellbeing in P. Birch, M. Kennedy and E. Kruger (eds.) Australian Policing: Critical Issues in 21st Century Police Practice. London: Routledge.

Ferrill, J., Nicklin, G., McComas, H., and Legrand, T. (2020). Beyond the border: Trans-Tasman border management in the era of globalization. Borders in Globalization. Sponsored by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada.

Ferrill, J. and Sundberg, K.W. (2020). Border security in Alberta. Borders in Globalization – Special Series Publication. Sponsored by the University of Victoria and Canada Europe Network.

Gaffey, J. (2020). Police, Media, and the Digital Age in Australia in P. Birch, M. Kennedy and E. Kruger (eds.) Australian Policing: Critical Issues in 21st Century Police Practice. London: Routledge.

Goodman-Delahunty, J., Corbo Crehan, A. & Brandon, S. (2020). The Ethical Practice of Police Psychology.  Police Psychology: New Trends in Forensic Psychological Science. Netherlands: Elsevier.

Ireland, J.L., Birch, P., De Silva, R. and Mian, U. (2020). Understanding and intervening in prison bullying: Another turn of the Kaleidoscope? in Peter K Smith and James O’Higgins Norman (eds.) Wiley-Blackwell Handbook of Bullying: Volume 2: Development, coping and intervention. Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell.

Ireland, J.L. and Birch, P. (2019). Prison Gangs in M. Lewis, C.A. Ireland and J.L. Ireland (eds) Routledge Handbook of Collective Violence. London: Routledge.

McKinley, A. (2020). Police interaction with vulnerable victims in P. Birch, M. Kennedy and E. Kruger (eds.) Australian Policing: Critical Issues in 21st Century Police Practice. London: Routledge.

McKinley, A., (2019). Vulnerability to fatal violence: Child s3xual abuse victims as homicide participants in Australia, in Bryce, I., and Petherick, W. Childhood S3xual Abuse: Forensic Issues in Evidence, Impact, and Management. US: Academic Press/Elsevier.

Miller, S. (2019). Freedom of Political Communication, Propaganda and the Role of Epistemic Institutions in Cyberspace in M. Christen, B. Gordjin and M. Loi (eds) The Ethics of Cybersecurity. London: Springer.

Miller, S. (2019). Jus ad Vim: The Morality of Military and Police Use of Force in Armed Conflicts Short of War in (ed.) J. Galliott Force Short of War in Modern Conflict: Jus ad Vim Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press.

Miller, S. (2019). Counter-terrorism and Lethal Force in (ed.) David Edmonds Ethics and the Contemporary World. London: Routledge.

Miller, S. (2020). Collective Moral Responsibility as Joint Moral Responsibility in (eds.) S. Bazargan-Forward, D. Tollefsen Routledge Handbook of Collective Responsibility.  London: Routledge.

Moylan, K., Veljanova, I.,Kennedy, M. and Birch, P. (2020). Australian State Police Officers and International Policing Practice in P. Birch, M. Kennedy and E. Kruger (eds.) Australian Policing: Critical Issues in 21st Century Police Practice. London: Routledge.

Neher, A. (2019). Gut verankerte Unternehmenswerte als Beitrag zur Unternehmensprofitabilität (English translation: Well-enacted corporate values as a contribution to corporate profitability). In M. K. Peter (Ed.), Arbeitswelt 4.0: Als KMU die Arbeitswelt der Zukunft erfolgreich gestalten Olten: Fachhochschule Nordwestschweiz.

Nolan, M.A. Hurley, M. H., Das, D. and Birch, P. (2019). Contextualising the issue: Leadership in Corrections in D. Das and P. Birch (eds) Trends in Corrections: Interviews with Corrections Leaders Around the World. Florida: CRC Press/Taylor Francis.

Preece, R (2019). Addressing the Illicit Flow of Tobacc Products in Australia in Confronting Illicit Tobacco Trade: a Global Review of Country Experiences (English). WBG Global Tobacco Control Program. Washington, D.C.:World Bank Group.

Romeyn, I. and Birch, P. (in press, due 2020). Child Abuse and Police Practice: Returning to proactive policing in P. Birch, M. Kennedy and E. Kruger (eds.) Australian Policing: Critical Issues in 21st Century Police Practice. London: Routledge.

Sicard, L.A. and Birch, P. (2020). Future directions of offender treatment programs in P. Birch and L.A Sicard (eds.) Prisons and Community Corrections: Critical issues and emerging controversies. London: Routledge.

Whitford T. and Lyons-Smith, S. (2020). Intelligence and Analysis: Policing using data in P. Birch, M. Kennedy and E. Kruger (eds.) Australian Policing: Critical Issues in 21st Century Police Practice. London: Routledge.

Peer Reviewed Journal Articles

Al-Saggaf, Y. and Davies, A. (2019) Understanding the expression of grievances in the Arabic Twitter sphere using machine learning. Journal of Criminological Research, Policy and Practice, 5(2),  108-119. https://doi.org/10.1108/JCRPP-02-2019-0009

Al-Saggaf, Y., and MacCulloch, R. (2019). Phubbing and Social Relationships: Results from An Australian Sample. Journal of Relationships Research, 10, E10. doi:10.1017/jrr.2019.9

Al-Saggaf, Y., and O'Donnell, S. B. (2019). Phubbing: Perceptions, reasons behind, predictors, and impacts. Human Behavior and Emerging Technologies, 1(2), 132-140.

Al-Saggaf, Y., MacCulloch, R. and Wiener, K. (2019). Trait boredom is a predictor of phubbing frequency. Journal of Technology in Behavioral Science, 4(3), 245-252. https://doi.org/10.1007/s41347-018-0080-4

Arnold, R. W., Arnold, D. R., Neher, A., and Miles, M. P. (2019). Measuring a workplace psychological sense of community. Journal of Workplace Learning. 32(1), 16-34..

Birch, P. (in press, 2020). ‘Exploring the role of media narratives and political discourse in the immigration-crime nexus: An Australian Case Study’. Kriminologie – Das Online-Journal.

Birch, P. and Cox, E. (2019). ‘Immediate Responses by Service Providers after a Violent Critical Incident: A systematic review’. Aggression and Violent Behaviour, 46(2019), 8-14. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.avb.2019.01.003

Birch, P. and Harvey-Braun, D. (2019). ‘Sexual health, sexual rights and the procurement of sexual services: Evidence of the interface between Sexual Health and Criminal Justice. Journal of Forensic Practice, 21(2), 145-157.

Brown, J., Bossomaier, T. and Barnett, L. (2020). Information flow finite flocks Nature Scientific Reports10, 3837.  https://doi.org/10.1038/s41598-020-59080-6

Campion, K. (2019). ‘Australian Right Wing Extremist Ideology: Narratives of Nostalgia and Nemesis.’ Journal of Policing Intelligence and Counter Terrorism 14, 3.

Campion, K. (2019). ‘A “Lunatic Fringe”?: The Persistence of Right Wing Extremism in Australia.’ Perspectives on Terrorism, 13, 1.

Corbo Crehan, A. and Goodman-Delahunty, J. (2019). Procedural Justice and Complaints about Police. Salus Journal, 7(1), 58-87.

Corbo Crehan, A.(2019). Teaching Police Ethics: Analysis of an Increasingly Complex Teaching Context. Police Practice and Research: An International Journal (Special Issue on Police Education). https://doi.org/10.1080/15614263.2019.1598075

Dai, S., Ding, Y., Zhang, Z., Zuo, W., Huang, X., and Zhu, S. (2019). GrantExtractor: Accurate Grant Support Information Extraction from Biomedical Fulltext based on Bi-LSTM-CRF. IEEE/ACM transactions on computational biology and bioinformatics.

Dai, S., You, R., Lu, Z., Huang, X., Mamitsuka, H., and Zhu, S. (2020). FullMeSH: improving large-scale MeSH indexing with full text. Bioinformatics36(5), 1533-1541.

Delaforce, R. (2019). The Expanding Security Gap: Australian Gendarmes and Policing. Salus Journal7(2), 20-44.

Ferguson, C. and McKinley, A. (2019). Detection avoidance and mis/unclassified, unsolved homicides in Australia. Journal of Criminal Psychology, 10(2), 113-122.

Fullwood, R. and Birch, P. (2020). ‘Perceptions of Male Rape: An investigation into the influence of empathy and victim sexuality’. Abuse: An International Impact Journal 1(1), 15-29.

Gao, J., Liu, L., Yao, S., Huang, X., Mamitsuka, H., and Zhu, S. (2019). HPOAnnotator: improving large-scale prediction of HPO annotations by low-rank approximation with HPO semantic similarities and multiple PPI networks. BMC Medical Genomics12(10), 187.

Gaffey, J. (2019). Melbourne's 'African gangs' and media narratives. Salus Journal, 7(2), 68-84.

Harrison, M., Walsh, P. F., Lysons-Smith, S., Truong, D., Horan, C., and Jabbour, R. (2020). Tradecraft to Standards—Moving Criminal Intelligence Practice to a Profession through the Development of a Criminal Intelligence Training and Development Continuum. Policing: a journal of policy and practice14(2), 312-324.

Huang, X., and Huang, W. (2019). Eigenedge: A measure of edge centrality for big graph exploration. Journal of Computer Languages55, 100925.

Kennedy, M. and Birch, P. (2020). ‘Reflecting on Outcome-based Education for Human Services Program in Higher. Education: A Policing Degree Case Study’. Journal of Criminological Research, Policy and Practice, 6(1). https://doi.org/10.1108/JCRPP-12-2019-0071

Neher, A., and Miles, M. P. (2019). SMEs and the relationship between firm size and the enactment of espoused managerial values? Small Enterprise Research, 27(1), 1-22.

Neher, A., and Maley, J. (2019). Improving the effectiveness of the performance management process: A managerial values approach. International Journal of Productivity and Performance Management. doi:10.1108/IJPPM-04-2019-0201.

Penrice, K, Birch, P. and McAlpine, S. (2019). ‘Exploring hate crime amongst a cohort of Scottish prisoners: An exploratory study’.  Journal of Criminological Research, Policy and Practice, 5(1), 39-49.  https://doi.org/10.1108/JCRPP-10-2018-0027

Preece, R. (2019). Excise tax reforms across ASEAN since the start of its Economic Community. World Customs Journal13(1), 3-20.

Preece, R., Oczkowski, E., Bandara, Y., and Nuchaswan, K. (2018). Development of an econometric model of alcohol taxation in Vietnam. World Customs Journal12(2), 133-168.

Preece, R. and Neher, A. (2020). The extent of the illicit cigarette market in Australia: Using publicly available data in a ‘top-down’ approach to estimation. World Customs Journal, 14(1), 3-6.

Rimmer, B and Birch, P. (2019). ‘Exploring factors affecting attitudes towards rape survivors: The role of sexuality and religiosity’. Journal of Forensic Practice, 21(2), 139-144.

Lewis, M., Ireland, J.L., Ireland, C.A., Derefaka, G., McNeill,K., Birch, P., Room, L., Coultas, C., Green, E., Newsome, J., McClelland, D., Edwards, L., Smillie, L., McNabb, J.L., Onifade, H. and Fergus, J. (in press, 2020). Confirming the factor structure of the Psychopathic Processing and Personality Assessment (PAPA) using a community sample: Attending to sex differences in psychopathy. International Journal of Law and Psychiatry.

Liu, Y., Liu, A., Liu, X., and Huang, X. (2019). A statistical approach to participant selection in location-based social networks for offline event marketing. Information Sciences480, 90-108.

Liao, X., Huang, X., and Huang, W. (2019). ML-LUM: A system for land use mapping by machine learning algorithms. Journal of Computer Languages, 54, 100908.

Liu, Y., Huang, Y. X., Zhang, X., Qi, W., Guo, J., Hu, Y., and Su, H. (2020). Deep C-LSTM Neural Network for Epileptic Seizure and Tumor Detection Using High-Dimension EEG Signals. IEEE Access8, 37495-37504.

Miller, S. (2019). Whither the university? Universities of technology and the problem of institutional purpose. Science and Engineering Ethics, 1-20.

Miller, S. (2020). Joint Abilities, Joint Know-how and Collective Knowledge. Social Epistemology34(3), 197-212.

Siddiqui, M.K., Morales-Menendez, R., Huang, X. et al. (2020). A review of epileptic seizure detection using machine learning classifiers. Brain Information. 7, 5(2020). https://doi.org/10.1186/s40708-020-00105-1

Walsh, P.F. (2020). Improving ‘Five Eyes’ health security intelligence capabilities: leadership and governance challenges. Intelligence and National Security. 35(4) 586-602

Walsh, P.F. (in press, 2020). Australian Intelligence Oversight and Accountability: Efficacy and Contemporary Challenges. Intelligence and National Security.

Walsh, P.F. (in press, 2020). Transforming the Australian Intelligence Community: Mapping Change, Impact and Challenges. Intelligence and National Security.

Walsh, P.F. and, Harrison, M. (in press, 2020). Strategic Intelligence Practice in the Australian Intelligence Community: Start, Stop and Go.  Intelligence and National Security.

Whitford, T. (2020). Development of Intelligence Collection and Analysis on Sex Trafficking: A Challenge for “Rescue” NGOs, Salus Journal, 8(1), 62-74.

Widdowson, D., Blegen, B., Short, G., Lewis, G., Garcia-Godos, E. and Kashubsky, M., (2019). Single window in the context of the WTO Trade Facilitation Agreement. World Customs Journal, 13(1), 101-128.

Yin, S., Bao, J., Zhang, J., Li, J., Wang, J., and Huang, X. (2020). Real-time task processing for spinning cyber-physical production systems based on edge computing. Journal of Intelligent Manufacturing, 1-19.

You, R., Yao, S., Xiong, Y., Huang, X., Sun, F., Mamitsuka, H., and Zhu, S. (2019). NetGO: improving large-scale protein function prediction with massive network information. Nucleic acids research47(W1), W379-W387.

Research Reports

Birch, P. and Ireland, J.L. (2019). ‘Program Review Report: Victims Impact and Risk Management Support Seminars (‘R’ Program)’.  Port Macquarie: Lancashire: CSU/UCLan.

Birch, P., Hudson, J. and Ireland, J.L. (2019). Hate Crime: The development of an assessment tool for criminal justice practitioners – A Systematic Review. Port Macquarie/Lancashire: CSU/UCLan.

Birch, P., Hudson, J. and Ireland, J.L. (2019). Hate Crime: The development of an assessment tool for criminal justice practitioners – A Systematic Review. Port Macquarie/Lancashire: CSU/UCLan.

McKinley, A., and Wintle, E., (2020). Unintended Consequences: Changes to reporting, complaints, investigations and prosecution of s3xual offences in the Australian Defence Force. Submitted to COL N. Surtees, Provost Marshal ADF. Canberra: CSU.

McKinley, A., (2019). The family beyond blood: Australian Defence Force and Outlaw Motorcycle Gangs. Submitted to Director of Operations ADFIS and Operation Morpheus.  Canberra: CSU.

Preece, R., (2019). Addressing the illicit flows of tobacco in Australia. Washington, DC: World Bank.

Research Grants

Al-Saggaf, Y. CRC Summer Scholarship. $10,000.

Birch, P., Ireland, J.L., Ireland, C.A., Lewis M. and De Silva, R. QR GCRF funding program, UK. $24,030

Morrison, B., Morrison, N.,  Innes, J.M., Paul, M. and Al-Saggaf, Y.  Centre of Work and Safety, NSW Government​.  $107,998.

Huang, C., Huang, X., Zhou, J. National Natural Science Foundation of China. $133,000

Miller, S., Walsh, P., (CI), Bradbury R., and Henschke, A. 2018-2021: Australian Research Council Discovery Grant, Intelligence and National Security: Ethics, Efficacy and Accountability. $277, 551

Miller, S. 2016-2020: European Research Council (ERC) Advanced Grant, Global Terrorism and Collective Moral Responsibility: Redesigning Military, Police and Intelligence Institutions in Liberal Democracies. $100,000.

Nolan, M.A. Grand Challenges funding on social cohesion. $150,000.

Nolan, M.A., Hopkins, A., Bartels, L., and Tang S. ANU College of Law grant project. $20K

Roberts, R., Dwivedi, A., Jenkins, S., Bamberry, L., Frost, M., Neher, A., Sutton, C., and O’Meara, P. Charles Sturt University COVID-19 Research Grant (2020). $30,000.

Current Research Studies (2019-2020)

A compassion in sentencing: therapeutic jurisprudence discourse analysis of the first instance sentencing of Cardinal Pell and other convicted clergy. Chief Investigators: Professor Mark Nolan (CSU, Aus.)

An analysis of complainant memory issues in the Cardinal Pell appeals. Chief Investigators: Professor Mark Nolan, Professor Jane Goodman-Delahunty and Dr Natalie Martschuk (CSU, Aus.)

An examination of Gaslighting: Context, Setting, Prevalence.  Chief Investigators: A/Professor Philip Birch (CSU, Aus.) and Professor Jane Ireland (UCLan, UK).

Animal abuse: An investigation into the association with psychopathy and personality functioning – A 3-phased study. Chief Investigators: A/Professor Philip Birch (CSU, Aus.) and Professor Jane Ireland (UCLan, UK).

Are the 'Five Eyes' nations' militaries, New South Wales and Victorian Police Forces effectively responding to sexual offences within their organisations? Submission to COL N. Surtees, Provost Marshal ADF. Chief Investigators: Dr Amber McKinley and Emma Wintle (CSU, Aus.)

DFV Victim Safety Strategies: Planning and Awareness. Chief Investigators: A/Professor Philip Birch (CSU, Aus.) and Professor Jane Ireland (UCLan, UK).

Disaster Fraud in Oceania: An Exploratory Study. Chief Investigators: Dr Jamie Ferrill (CSU, Aus.)

Factors impacting on the timely completion of human research at CSU - A study of HREC-related documentation. Chief Investigators:  Dr Anna Crehan Corbo(CSU, Aus.)

Hate Crime: Development of a risk assessment tool of criminal justice practitioners.  Chief Investigators: A/Professor Philip Birch (CSU, Aus.) and Professor Jane Ireland (UCLan, UK).

National Security Intelligence Collection Ethics, Efficacy and Accountability (ARC Discovery). Chief Investigators: Professor Seamus Miller, A/Professor Patrick Walsh, (CSU, Aus.), Dr R. Bradbury  and Dr A. Henschke (UC, Aus.)

Media reporting of the police during emergency management and critical incidents: An exploration of impact. Chief Investigators: A/Professor Philip Birch (CSU, Aus.) and Dr John Gaffey (CSU, Aus.).

NSW Police reported child abuse cases: An examination of patterns and trends between 1994-2014. Chief Investigators: A/Professor Philip Birch (CSU, Aus.) and Sergeant Ineke Romeyn (NSW Police, Child Sex Abuse Command).

Sexual assault on university campuses: Examining safety strategy approaches and techniques.  Chief Investigators: A/Professor Philip Birch (CSU, Aus.) and Professor Jane Ireland (UCLan, UK).

Post-Crisis Disaster Management: Identifying Mental Health Difficulties and Risk/Protective Factors for Recovery in the Sri Lanka Military.  Chief Investigators: Professor Jane Ireland, Dr Carol Ireland, Dr Michael Lewis, Ms Reneesha De Silva (UCLan) and A/Professor Philip Birch (CSU, Aus.).

Self harm and death by suicide in the Australian Defence Force 1963-2020. Submission to COL N. Surtees, Provost Marshal ADF. Chief Investigators: Dr Amber McKinley and Emma Wintle (CSU, Aus.)

Keynote / Invited Presentations

Birch, P. (2019). Hate Crime: Prevention, Disruption and Reduction, paper presented as part of the Thematic Discussion on Hate Crime at the 28th Session for Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice, United Nations Office for Drugs and Crime, United Nations, Vienna, Austria.

Kashubsky, M. (2020) INCU’s role in international customs education, new trends and WCO PICARD Strategy 2030, 10 February 2020, Russian Customs Academy, Moscow, Russia.

McKinley, A. (2020). Clinical and Forensic Victimology; Investigation of personal violent crimes and S3xual Offences.  6 April 2020 at AFP College, Barton. (Virtual)

McKinley, A. (2020). Human Trafficking and S3x Crimes, 17 March, 2020, Melbourne, AFP.

McKinley, A. (2020). Human Trafficking and Applied Victimology in Criminal Investigation. 1-11 February 2020. Royal Thai Police in Mae Sot, Thailand. Global Alms and RTP engagement on Family and Domestic Violence.

McKinley, A. (2019). Clinical and Forensic Victimology within Investigations at Defence Force School of Policing. Holsworthy Army Base, Moorebank, 12-14 August 2019

McKinley, A. (2019). Clinical and Forensic Victimology in Human Trafficking, AFP Head Quarters, Sydney, 30 April 2019.

McKinley, A. (2019). Evidence Based Police Process Models and Crime Solvability Factors, Applied Victimology; Investigation of personal violent crimes and S3xual Offences and Vicarious Trauma for Investigators. Career Training Program for the Indian Police Service (IPS) in Hyderabad 13-18 November 2019.

Preece, R. (2019). Sweetened beverage taxation across ASEAN8th Meeting of the Excise Sub-forum of the ASEAN Forum on Taxation, Bangkok, March 2019.

Walsh, P.F. (2020). Lessons Learnt From Recent Christchurch Mosque Attack: Insights and Counter-Measures That Could Have Been Taken. Third Safety, Security, Counter Terrorism and Counter Drones Forum, Sydney.

Walsh, P.F. (2019). Bio-Threats Intelligence-Academia Workshop. Kings College London. (London, UK, 15th May).

Walsh, P.F. (2019). Biosecurity and bioterrorism. Canadian Special Operations Command Headquarters on intelligence, Ottawa, Canada, 3rd April.

Walsh, P.F. (2019). Royal Military College Canada’s Department of Political Science and Economic Seminar Series. Kingston, Canada, 1st April.

Walsh, P.F. (2019). Intelligence, Biosecurity and Bioterrorism. ASIS International Conference – Victoria Australia Chapter Australia Conference, Melbourne.

Peer Reviewed Conference Papers

Al-Saggaf, Y. (2020). App Use While Phubbing. Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Human Interaction and Emerging Technologies: Future Applications. Centre Hospitalier Universitaire Vaudois (CHUV), Lausanne, Switzerland, April 23-25, 2020.

Al-Saggaf, Y. (2020). Expression of feelings in Twitter: A decision tree approach. Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Human Interaction and Emerging Technologies: Future Applications. Centre Hospitalier Universitaire Vaudois (CHUV), Lausanne, Switzerland, April 23-25, 2020.

Rahman, M. A., Al-Saggaf, Y., and Zia, T. (2020). A Data Mining Framework to Predict Cyber Attack for Cyber Security. In The 15th IEEE Conference on Industrial Electronics and Applications (ICIEA2020) IEEE Xplore.

Al-Saggaf, Y., and O'Donnell, S. B. (2019). The Role of State Boredom, State of Fear of Missing Out and State Loneliness in State Phubbing. Proceedings of the 30th Australasian Conference on Information Systems, Perth, Australia. December 9th -11th, 2019

Liao, Z., You, R., Huang, X., Yao, X., Huang T and Zhu, S. (2019) DeepDock: Enhancing Ligand-protein Interaction Prediction by a Combination of Ligand and Structure Information, The IEEE International Conference on Bioinformatics and Biomedicine, pp.311-317.

Conference presentations

Al-Saggaf, Y., and O'Donnell, S. B. (2019). State Phubbing: The Establishment and Validation of a New Scale. Paper presented at the 1st International Conference on Human Interaction and Emerging Technologies (IHIET). Université Côte d'Azur, Nice, France, August 22-24, 2019.

Birch, P. and Edwards, L. (2019) Investigating the relationship between childhood animal cruelties and adult aggression, paper presented at the Western Society of Criminology Conference, Honolulu, Hawaii, USA.

Ferrill, J. (2019). Trans-Tasman border management in the era of globalization. Western Social Science Association Conference: San Diego.

Neher, A. (2019). Endorsed espoused values and financial performance: A review of ‘best-in-class’ SMEs. Australasian Business Ethics Conference, Melbourne, December 8-10.

Neher, A., and Miles, M. P. (2019). An effectual approach to teaching social entrepreneurship: Service-learning initiatives. International Vincentian Business Ethics Conference, Dublin, October 24-26.

Neher, A. and Preece, R., (2020) Measuring illicit tobacco using a macro-social marketing lens: The Australian case (Accepted/In press) International Social Marketing Conference (ISMC) 2020/2021.

MA Nolan, 'Regulating the Online Sharing of 'Abhorrent Violent Material': A Step Too Far in the Regulation of Cyberspace and in the Creativity of Australian Federal Criminal Law' (Paper presented at the Psychiatry, Psychology and Law: Collaboration and Challenges Across the Global South conference, The Australian and New Zealand Association of Psychiatry, Psychology and Law and The Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Psychiatrists, Faculty of Forensic Psychiatry, 2019 Joint Conference, Singapore, November 5-8, 2019 https://www.ppl2019.com/).

Nolan, M.A., Hopkins, A., Tang, S., Bartels, L., and Buglar, S. (2019 'Compassion and Sentencing: The Sentencing of Cardinal Pell as a Case Study' (Paper presented at the Psychiatry, Psychology and Law: Collaboration and Challenges Across the Global South conference, The Australian and New Zealand Association of Psychiatry, Psychology and Law and The Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Psychiatrists, Faculty of Forensic Psychiatry, 2019 Joint Conference, Singapore, November 5-8, 2019 https://www.ppl2019.com/).

Nolan, M.A. (2019) 'National Security and Freedom of the Press' (Panel member with A/Prof David Letts, Dr Dom Dalla-Pozza and Mr Daniel Stewart, at this Centre for International and Public Law seminar, 3 July 2019 https://law.anu.edu.au/event/panel-discussion/national-security-and-freedom-press). Audio available at: https://soundcloud.com/anu-college-of-law/national-security-and-freedom-of-the-press  

Nolan, M.A. (2019) 'Current Status and Gaps in Australian Law: Sharing of Abhorrent Violent Material Online', Paper presented at the After Christchurch: Violent Extremism Online workshop, ANU Australian Studies Institute, 29 August 2019.

Nolan, M.A. (2019) 'Narratives of compassion in sentencing: Reflections on the sentencing of Pell and Empirical Work', Paper presented at The dynamics of the trial: Empirical investigations into courtroom interactions Workshop, ANU College of Law, 3 September 2019.

Walsh, P.F. (2019). Improving Health Security Intelligence Capabilities of Five Eyes Countries: Political Leadership and Intelligence Governance Challenges. Paper presented at ISA 60th Annual Convention. Toronto, Canada, 27th March 2019.

Walsh, P.F. (2019). Transforming the Australian Intelligence Community: Mapping Change, Impact and Governance Challenges. Paper presented at ISA 60th Annual Convention. Toronto, Canada, 27th March 2019.

Widdowson, D. (2019) Transparency, predictability and the management of risk, World Customs Law Meeting 13 September 2019, Seville, Spain.

Widdowson, D. (2019) Creating a positive business environment through co-ordinated border management, 7 November 2019, Riga Technical University, Riga, Latvia.

Media

Al-Saggaf, Y. (7/1/2019). Fenomena mabuk gawai lebih banyak terjadi di kamar tidur daripada saat bersama teman. https://theconversation.com/fenomena-mabuk-gawai-lebih-banyak-terjadi-di-kamar-tidur-daripada-saat-bersama-teman-107166

Al-Saggaf, Y. 5 tips for video meetings from home Keep it professional, ACS News

Al-Saggaf, Y. 5G Will Make the World Faster — But What If You Like Things Slow? Epic Presence

Al-Saggaf, Y. Google ads: are third-party ‘cookies’ still needed?, NEWS.csu.edu.au

Al-Saggaf, Y. Why Blocking Third-Party Cookies Could Boost Paid Search Ads, BandT Online

Al-Saggaf, Y. Proneness to boredom predicts how often people engage in phone snubbing, study finds, Psy Post

Al-Saggaf, Y. What happens to your digital assets when you die? ABC Triple J

Al-Saggaf, Y. Big questions: What happens to your digital assets when you die? Insight.study.csu.edu.au

Al-Saggaf, Y. Sent, received, read but no reply — it's a modern communication nightmare, Abc.net.au

Al-Saggaf, Y. Interviewed by BandT https://www.bandt.com.au/why-blocking-third-party-cookies-could-boost-paid-search-ads/

Al-Saggaf, Y. Interviewed by ABC Radio Albury https://www.abc.net.au/radio/goulburnmurray/programs/mornings/mornings/11934638

Gaffey, J. contribution to McLaughlin, J. (2020, March 9). Journalist Monique Patterson publishes book on Stephanie Scott's death, 'United in Grief'. The Daily Advertiser.

https://www.dailyadvertiser.com.au/story/6666164/book-revisits-tragedy-of-leetonteachers-death/

Whitford, T. (2019) New Zealand mass shooting reignites debates on what constitutes a 'lone wolf' terrorist attack/Interviewer: T. Wibawa. ABC News, Australian Broadcasting Commission. https://www.abc.net.au/news/2019-03-20/lone-wolf-terrorists-are-not-always-ideologically-alone/10911606

Government and related Submissions

Widdowson, D. (2020) Submission to the Parliament of Australia Joint Standing Committee on Foreign Affairs, Defence and Trade Inquiry into Australia activating greater trade and investment with Pacific island countries, 11 February 2020.

Widdowson, D. (2020) Submission to the UK Parliament Northern Ireland Affairs Committee Inquiry into Unfettered Access: Northern Ireland and customs arrangements after Brexit, 31 March 2020.

Widdowson, D. (2020) Supplementary submission to the UK Parliament Northern Ireland Affairs Committee Inquiry into Unfettered Access: Northern Ireland and customs arrangements after Brexit, 1 May 2020.

Widdowson, D. (2020) Evidence to the UK Parliament Northern Ireland Affairs Committee Inquiry into Unfettered Access: Northern Ireland and customs arrangements after Brexit, 30 April 2020.

Widdowson, D. (2020) Genuine NI-GB trade should not be subject to customs controls, The UK in a Changing Europe, King’s College London13 May 2020 https://ukandeu.ac.uk/genuine-ni-gb-trade-should-not-be-subject-to-customs-controls/

Events & Latest News

Faculty Research Area Public Safety and Security Group- inaugural research symposium (7-8th Feb)

A two day symposium served to launch the new Faculty Research Area -Public Safety and Security.  The symposium brought together at AGSPS (Canberra) 12 researchers across SOMM, CCES, AGSPS and other areas.  There were also another 18 research stakeholders at the symposium. The symposium discussed the aims and objectives of the new group and funding opportunities for public safety and security research.  It also allowed researchers to hear from other important state and federal stakeholders about how to make their research more impactful and applied to their interests.


International Police and Security Conference  - Sydney Darling Harbour 7-8th November 2018

Prof Rogers is currently heading a team which is planning the Police and Security Conference in Sydney in November. This conference will attract international guest speakers and as well as aimed at local and national police practitioners.


Partnership in Customs Academic Research and Development (PICARD) Conference 2018

Professor David Widdowson (Member of the Scientific Conference Board) and Dr Mikhail Kashubsky from the Centre for Customs and Excise Studies (CCES) are working closely with and providing support to key officers of the World Customs Organization (WCO) who are organising this annual conference in relation to some organisational and academic aspects of the conference including selection of papers, organising and moderating a panel and a roundtable discussion.


World Customs Journal (Vol.12 No.1) Published

The World Customs Journal, which is published jointly by CSU’s Centre for Customs and Excise Studies (CCES) and the University of Muenster, has released its latest issue in March 2018. This issue of the World Customs Journal contains papers that address a range of topics such as trade data availability and use, single window implementation and interagency coordination, national trade facilitation committees, and customs valuation. The journal also has a Special Report on WCO announcement about the 2018 Edition of the WCO SAFE Framework of Standards to Security and Facilitate Global Trade.


HAPSS HDR Students

Student Name

Degree Pathway

Thesis Title

Primary Supervisor

Co-supervisor(s)

Lorna Andriamora

Doctor of Public Safety

Correctional Counselling in Prison (Tonga):  Practices, Situation and Recommendations for the Future

Dr Anna Corbo Crehan

Dr Ruth Delaforce

Scott Douglas Atkinson

Doctor of Information Technology

3D Display Methods with Non-haptic Input

Dr Xiaodi Huang

 

Afra Azzahra

PhD

Examining the Role of Financial Intelligence in Preventing, Disrupting, and Reducing Child Sex Trafficking.

A/Professor Philip Birch

Dr Jamie Ferrill

Joshua Barath

PhD

Tracking the Trade: Improving Intelligence Capabilities to Counter Illegal Wildlife Trade

A/Professor Patrick F Walsh

Dr Troy Whitford

Bryce Blegen

PhD

The E-Commerce Revolution & Cross-Border Goods Clearance: Time for Fundamental Change?

Professor David Widdowson

Dr Mikhail Kashubsky

Xuefei [Chris] Cao

PhD

Lessons for counter-terrorism policing from community policing experiences

Dr Anna Corbo Crehan

A/Professor Nick O’Brien

Halime Cocaj

Doctor of Information Technology

Information technology in Project Management processes in post-conflict countries: case study Kosovo

Dr Xiaodi Huang

 

Conrad Cowan

Doctor of Public Safety

Transformational Leadership and Resilience in Emergency Management

Dr Troy Whitford

Dr Ruth Delaforce

Patrik Heinesson

PhD

Establishing the principles of good governance and sound integrity in Customs agencies: A research of initiatives making a difference

Professor David Widdowson

Dr Mikhail Kashubsky

Anh Huynh

PhD

Challenges and issues of 'non-market economy' status in anti-dumping investigations and proceedings between the World Trade Organisation member States: A case study of Vietnam

Professor David Widdowson

Dr Mikhail Kashubsky

Iswan Iswan

PhD

Customs Enforcement of IPR in Indonesia

Dr Mikhail Kabushsky

Dr Robert Preece

Rohan Jaywardena

PhD

The right fights: how should intervention forces approach insurgencies?

Dr Troy Whitford

Dr Amber McKinley

Emma Kerin

Doctor of Public Safety

Improving fraud control, disruption, and prevention capabilities in the Australian public sector regulatory environment: by assessing the role of integrating intelligence and investigative frameworks

A/Professor Patrick F Walsh

Dr. Ruth Delaforce

Tracey Kerr

PhD

State Crime and the Right to Health: Accountability for Australia’s Pathogenic Immigration Detention Regime

Dr Piero Moraro

Dr Ruth Delaforce

Sean Leech

Doctor of Public Safety

Examine and analyse the applicability of the standard law enforcement ‘Annual Use of Force Recertification Model’

Dr Anna Corbo Crehan

Dr Brett Shipton

Xiaojin Liao

PhD

Deep learning and land use mapping

Dr Xiaodi Huang

Dr Lihong Zheng

Michael Lollback

Doctor of Public Safety

The Influence of the 2012 Flood Commission of Inquiry Recommendations on the Efficacy of Disaster Management in Queensland

A/Professor Valerie Ingham

Dr Ruth Delaforce

Denise Lynch

Doctor of Public Safety

The Policing of Revenge Porn – Responses to Domestic Violence Related Digital Abuse

Dr Anna Corbo Crehan

Dr Stacey Jenkins

Stan MacLennan

 

Is it WHO you know?  Understanding the influence of informal relationships within a police service

Dr Anna Corbo Crehan

A/Professor Val Ingham

Charrissa Moriarty-Chew

Doctor of Public Safety

Emotional First Aid & Police Officers: Examining the Role of Family Members

A/Professor Philip Birch

Dr John Gaffey

Claire O’Neill

Doctor of Policing and Security

When Prevention Could be the Cure: Developing a Risk-Based Instrument for the Early Detection of Adolescent Extremist Vulnerability

A/Professor Hank Prunckun

Dr Anna Corbo Crehan

Ineke Romeyn

PhD

Pathways of child abuse victimisation: A study of repeat and multi victimisation of children reported to NSW Police

A/Professor Philip Birch

 

Tom Pham

PhD

Factors impacting on the negotiation of mutual recognition arrangements/agreements of authorized economic operator programs

Professor David Widdowson

Dr Mikhail Kashubsky

Tasia Power

PhD

Irregular migration and Humanitarian Aid in the Asia Pacific

Professor Alison Gerard

Dr Anna Corbo Crehan

Dr Francesco Vecchio

Leighann Spencer

PhD

An Evaluation of Identity and State Involvement in Nigerian Vigilantism

Dr Piero Moraro

Dr Ruth Delaforce

Miranda Storey

PhD

Positive Police Practice and Mental Health Incidents

Dr Anna Corbo Crehan

Dr Merrilyn Crichton

Jason Striegher

Doctor of Policing and Security

Disengagement and Deradicalisation of Homegrown Terrorism: Online Intervention

A/Professor Hank Prunckun

Dr Anna Corbo Crehan

Andrew Williams

Doctor of Public Safety

Examining Domestic and Family Violence in the wake of Emergency Management Incidents

A/Professor Philip Birch

Dr Mir Rabiul Islam

Vanessa Williams

Masters by Research

Silent no more: Brisbane Water Police self-perception of mental health and a review of their access to NSW Police mental health support

Dr Amber McKinley

 

Brad Wright

PhD

Decision Resilience: the capacity of emergency decisions to undergo critical, forensic review

A/Professor  Val Ingham

Dr Amber McKinley