Tackling corruption in Australia

As the SA Government guts its anti-corruption commission, and a NSW Premier falls, what are the lessons for integrity bodies in Australia? These questions will be […]

Sights set on curbing ‘crime guns’

A community or sub-culture encouraging young men’s exposure and obsession with guns – as well as ready access to firearms and drugs – can make gun […]

Cracking organised crime networks

How do individuals become involved in cybercrime? How can the hidden connections between Australian extremist groups be revealed? Can competition among organised criminal groups result in […]

Not the Sopranos, but still a cultural divide

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 […]

Research focus heats up

International leaders in two specialist fields of research have joined the University as Matthew Flinders Fellows in 2017.

Why crims use guns

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.