PhD, B Psych (First Class Hons), B BehS
Research Fellow, Griffith Criminology Institute
- Currently working on a longitudinal mixed methods study of police use of force.
- Aggression and violence
- Application of organisational psychology to police organisations
- Well-being of investigators of internet child exploitation material
- Rynne, J., & Cassematis, P. (2015). Assessing the prison experience for Australian First Peoples: A prospective research approach. International Journal for Crime, Justice and Social Democracy, 4 (1), 96-112.
- Tomyn, A., Powell, M., Cassematis, P., Smallbone, S., & Wortley, R. (2014). Examination of the subjective wellbeing of Australian internet child exploitation investigators. Australian Psychologist (accepted for publication).
- Wortley, R., Smallbone, S., Powell, M., & Cassematis, P. (2014). Understanding and managing the occupational health impacts on investigators of internet child exploitation. (Final report for ARC Linkage project LP0990449).
- Powell, M., Cassematis, P., Benson, M., Smallbone, S., & Wortley, R. (2014).Police officers’ perceptions of their reactions to viewing internet child exploitation material. Journal of Police and Criminal Psychology (accepted for publication, Online First, April 2014)
- Powell, M., Cassematis, P., Benson, M., Smallbone, S., & Wortley, R. (2014). Police officers’ perceptions of the challenges involved in Internet Child Exploitation investigation. Policing: An International Journal of Police Strategies & Management, 37(3), 543-557.
- Powell, M., Cassematis, P., Benson, M., Smallbone, S., & Wortley, R. (2013). Police officers’ strategies for coping with the stress of Child Internet Exploitation investigation. Traumatology: An International Journal, 20 (1), 32-42.
- Powell, M.B., Guadagno, B.L., & Cassematis, P. (2013). Workplace stressors for investigative interviewers of child-abuse victims. Policing: An International Journal of Police Strategies and Management, 36 (3), 512-525.
- Cassematis, P.G., & Wortley, R. (2013). Prediction of whistleblowing or non-reporting observation: The role of personal and situational factors. Journal of Business Ethics, 117 (3), 615-634.
- Mazerolle, P., & Cassematis, P. (2010). “Whistle while you work”: Lessons to be learned for the pan-Australian research. In Lewis, D. (Ed.). A global approach to public interest disclosure legislation: What can we learn from existing statutory provisions and research. Aldershot, UK: Edward Elgar.
- Cassematis, P., & Mazerolle, P. (2009). Understanding glassing incidents in licensed premises: Dimensions, Prevention and Control. Brisbane: Office of Liquor Gaming and Regulation, Queensland Treasury.
- Wortley, R., Cassematis, P., & Donkin, S. (2008). Who blows the whistle, who doesn’t, and why? In Brown, A.J. (Ed.). Whistleblowing in the Australian Public Sector: Enhancing the Theory and Practice of Internal Witness Management in Public Sector Organisations. Canberra: ANU E Press.
- Sadler, R., & Cassematis, P. (2007). Too Much Assessment? Report of An Audit of Assessment Requirements in a Selection of First Year Griffith University Courses. Brisbane: Griffith University.