An new evaluation of a Red Cross prisons program by Flinders criminology experts has found it contributes to an increase in health and safety, and improved […]
Obesity, tooth decay and risk of diabetes are among the pitfalls of excessive soft drink consumption which is plaguing communities around the world. Research into managing […]
Criminology experts at Flinders University say more can be done to reduce corruption and improve correctional services in prisons.
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.
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.
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.
The Flinders Foundation Studies Program, a semester-long preparation course for university study, has its first ‘graduates’ from within the South Australian prison system.
Professor Mark Halsey is investigating the cause, extent and impact of intergenerational incarceration in South Australia.
Three Flinders University researchers have received prestigious Future Fellowships from the Australian Research Council, securing $2.18 million to fund their research over the next five years.