A large volume of criminal offending involves two or more individuals acting collaboratively – yet detailed analysis of co-offending is lacking to obtain more detailed and […]
In 75 years since the liberation of Auschwitz, tourism is alive and growing at notorious Nazi death camps. In a new book studying the main Holocaust-themed […]
Preventing prisoners from returning to jail can be greatly helped by inmates completing VET education and training studies during their incarceration. New research that supports this […]
Flinders student Liam McGeagh has received a high commendation in the international Undergraduate Awards for his research on fighting the burgeoning illicit antiquities trade. Enrolled in […]
Better production of clean biofuels, archaeology secrets of ancient Australia and insights from insect vision for road safety are among Flinders University research projects to receive federal ARC funding.
Home-grown terrorism, border control, cybercrime and miscarriages of justice are being addressed as Flinders hosts the 28th Australian and New Zealand Society of Criminology Conference.
Breaking the cycle of repeat offending and imprisonment lies in the fundamentals of education, jobs, stable relationships and recovery from unresolved trauma, a new book says.
Art by Prisoners – an annual exhibition of works by serving prisoners in SA gaols organised by Flinders PhD student Jeremy Ryder – has its own dedicated space for the first time.
Undergraduate and postgraduate degree courses at Flinders University have experienced strong demand in 2015. The University has responded by making a total of 7,016 offers to date.