Terrorism has typically been considered an organised activity undertaken by networks of individuals who share a collective identity and purpose. However, in recent years, media, law […]
The challenge to protect global communities against deliberate health threats is being tackled by Flinders University experts, with assistance from the Canadian Government. The Torrens Resilience […]
International leaders in two specialist fields of research have joined the University as Matthew Flinders Fellows in 2017.
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.
With recent events in Paris, the Hon Tim Fischer’s topic for Thursday’s Dean Jaensch Lecture, ‘Security of Australia: the role of DFAT, Diplomats and Defence Attachés’, is all too pertinent.
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.
UK counter-terrorism operations aimed at preventing the Islamic terrorist threat began long before September 11.
Professor Andrew Goldsmith will return to Flinders Law school to boost the research profile of criminal justice at the University.
The means to combat the illegal economy already exist, but curbing global money laundering demands co-operative international action by politicians that is unlikely to occur, according to economist and author Loretta Napoleoni.