Criminology experts at Flinders University say more can be done to reduce corruption and improve correctional services in prisons.
A Commonwealth ICAC would be expensive, inefficient, divisive – and hardly any of the world’s least corrupt nations have a national anti-corruption agency.
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.
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.
A Flinders University centre to be officially launched today (June 10) is dedicated to increasing knowledge and debate about crime.
The behind-the-scenes machinations of Queensland’s years of corruption will be the focus of the 2014 Ray Whitrod Memorial Lecture on June 10.
A national survey of perceptions of corruption is one of the focal points of a public lecture by Professor Adam Graycar.