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Does Australia need new laws to combat right-wing extremism?

By Keiran Hardy This article was first published on At the National Press Club this week, Home… Read More

Australia’s fight against corruption risks failure

By Janet Ransley When fighting official corruption, prevention can be the cure. But what does that look like? Corruption is costly, difficult to detect… Read More

Review of the Queensland Police Service Wanding Trial

By Janet Ransley, Nadine Connell, Margo van Felius and… Read More

Music in Prisons: A Preliminary Report

By Alexis Kallio and Alexandra Gorton Click here to access… Read More

Even if TikTok and other apps are collecting your data, what are the actual consequences?

By Ausma Bernot This article was first published on By now, most of us are aware social media… Read More

DOMESTIC VIOLENCE ADVOCATE CO-LOCATION AT TWO QUEENSLAND POLICE STATIONS: FINAL REPORT

By Molly Dragiewicz, Jeffrey Ackerman and Casey Cale Click here… Read More

Life’s Lottery Podcast: Parents in Prison

Episode 3: Parents in Prison Most people in jail have experienced disadvantage at some point in their lives, and it’s a legacy that often passes… Read More

Evaluating the Effectiveness of Dangerous Sex Offender Legislation

By Danielle Harris and The Hon Justice Peter Applegarth AM* How effective is the system of preventative… Read More

Police killings in Australia

By Professor Mark Finnane _______________________ More than 50 years ago a young legal academic from the University of Western Australia, Richard… Read More

Before 9/11, Australia had no counter-terrorism laws, now we have 92 — but are we safer?

By Rebecca Ananian-Welsh* and Keiran Hardy This article first appeared on Australia is a long way… Read More