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Organised crime networks such as mafia ‘clans’, with links to drug trafficking, money laundering and corruption in high places, are a threat to national security. University […]
International leaders in two specialist fields of research have joined the University as Matthew Flinders Fellows in 2017.
Italian lessons in how to tackle corruption will be served up when one of Italy’s leading experts on corruption speaks at Flinders Victoria Square today from 5 to 6.30pm.
Soaring use of the methamphetamine ‘ice’ could be because of an increasing normalisation of the drug among groups of high achieving young people beyond the normal user profile.
Phone and financial records – or perhaps the guest-list at a gangland funeral – can be sources of useful information about the links and networks that support organised crime and corruption, and even terrorism.
Professor Andrew Goldsmith is about to conduct an Australian-first study exploring how and why guns are used in criminal life to build a better picture of trends in Australia’s criminal gun use.
Flinders University Law School’s Dean, Professor Kim Economides, is a man on a mission to promote the unique selling points of Flinders law graduates.
He said the forum was an opportunity to advance and inform the thinking and practices behind one of the key public policy issues of the day.