Cutting-edge research helping to create safe, well-governed and equitable societies

Griffith Criminology Institute (GCI) is one of the largest, most vibrant and high-performing criminology communities in the world. Through collaboration and innovation our research is helping find answers and solutions to universal problems. GCI is a world leader in the criminology field and was ranked well above world standard in the most recent Excellence in Research for Australia rankings, which were released by the Australian Research Council.

Contemporary societies face important safety, justice and equity challenges that criminological knowledge can help solve. Our research focuses on five key challenges.

ANZSOC CONFERENCE

GCI is hosting this year's ANZSOC Conference online on 8-10 December. The call for abstracts will close Friday 30 July, and we encourage authors to submit before the deadline knowing that if accepted, they will have the flexibility to participate in the conference from the comfort of their home or office!

To submit an abstract or register for the conference, visit the conference website link below.

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GCI INSIGHTS

GCI Insights showcases the remarkable research being conducted by members of the Griffith Criminology Institute (GCI) and is designed for policymakers, industry, students and the wider public. Through briefs, spotlights, podcasts and reports, GCI members provide expert findings and commentary on key topics in criminology and criminal justice.

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Latest articles from GCI Insights

FEELING HOPELESS? THERE ARE THINGS YOU CAN DO TO CREATE AND MAINTAIN HOPE IN A POST-CORONAVIRUS WORLD

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ASSAULTS ON PUBLIC OFFICERS: A REVIEW OF RESEARCH EVIDENCE

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HOW LOSS PREVENTION CAN FUTURE PROOF THE RETAIL SECTOR

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OUTSTANDING RESEARCHERS AND RESEARCH

GCI researchers are being recognised for their outstanding research in university wide, national and international accolades.

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