Criminology Research Grants program
The principal objectives of the Criminology Research Grants Program are to undertake and provide funding for criminological research which is relevant to public policy and to promote the value and use of such research.
Criminology Research Grants
The 2017/18 Criminology Research Grants round will be delayed this year until August 2017 and it is likely to be a targeted grant round.
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Online child sexual exploitation offenders: A study of Australian law enforcement data
- Homicide and the Nighttime Economy
- The reporting experiences and support needs of victims of online fraud
- Welfare and recidivism outcomes of in-prison education and training
- Prosecuting workplace violence: the utility and policy implications of criminalisation
- Sexting and young people: Perceptions, practices, policy and law
- Preventing the onset of youth offending: the impact of the pathways to prevention project on developmental pathways through the primary years
- 'Sudanese refugees' experiences with the QLD criminal justice system
- Determining the impact of opioid substitution therapy upon mortality and recidivism among prisoners: A 22 year data linkage study