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In the media
AIC research into same-sex intimate partner homicide and domestic violence discussed in the Brisbane Timeshttp://www.brisbanetimes.com.au/queensland/transgender-domestic-violence-victims-falling-through-the-cracks-20141011-114tqd.html
AIC research intern program
The Australian Institute of Criminology (AIC) is currently seeking applications from interested eligible students.
The AIC offers a Research Intern Program for periods of up to four weeks working directly with senior staff.
During the year the AIC also considers ad hoc requests from higher education, justice and law enforcement agencies to allow students to complete a placement at the AIC.
Each application is considered on its merits, taking into account the ability of the AIC to provide appropriate supervision, costs to the AIC (if any) and that the student’s proposed work fits with the AIC’s research program.
Fraud against the Commonwealth survey
The 2013-14 online survey is now available for the designated representative of each Commonwealth entity to complete on the secure website.
29 March to 1 April 2015, Auckland, New Zealand
This conference is a unique opportunity to engage researchers, policy makers, practitioners and others from New Zealand, Australia and internationally.
The conference will focus on:
- Considering how to respond cross-sectorally and collaboratively to best prevent and address the complexity of child abuse and neglect.
- An opportunity to exchange ideas, practices, knowledge and expertise and develop a shared understanding between those of different professional backgrounds, cultures and locations.
Registration available now
Relationships and risk in online and offline child exploitation material (CEM) offending: The results of an exploratory Australian study
Associate Professor Tony Krone, Tuesday 27 November