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Alexandra Gannoni

Research officer

Academic qualifications

  • Master of Criminology, University of Melbourne
  • Specialist Certificate in Criminology (Forensic Disability), University of Melbourne
  • Bachelor of Arts (Criminology & Political Science), University of Melbourne

Selected employment

2011- Research Officer, Australian Institute of Criminology
2011 Intern, Australian Institute of Criminology

List of major projects past and current

  • Drug Use Monitoring in Australia (DUMA)
  • Research on cannabis, synthetic cannabinoids and criminal justice issues
  • Evaluation of drug and alcohol programs for offenders or people at risk of offending
  • Same-sex intimate partner homicide in Australia
  • Research on methamphetamine drug market trends
  • Readiness to change drug use and help-seeking intentions of police detainees
  • Legitimate and illegitimate employment among offenders
  • Police body-worn video (BWV) cameras and CCTV

Publications

Presentations

  • Gannoni A & Goldsmid S 2015. Readiness to change drug use and help-seeking intentions of police detainees: Findings from the AIC’s DUMA program. Paper to the Australian and New Zealand Society of Criminology Conference 2015, Adelaide 25–27 November
  • Goldsmid S & Gannoni A 2015. Methamphetamine drug market trends: Findings from the AIC’s DUMA program. Paper to the Australian and New Zealand Society of Criminology Conference 2015, Adelaide 25–27 November
  • Goldsmid S & Gannoni A 2014. Alcohol and drug use as a contributing factor in the commission of crime – perceptions of Australian detainees. Paper to the Australian Winter School Conference, Brisbane, 24–25 July
  • Gannoni A & Goldsmid S 2014. Hydro, bush and synthetic cannabis: perceptions, prevalence and experience of use among a sample of police detainees. Poster to the Australian Winter School Conference, Brisbane, 24–25 July
  • Goldsmid S & Gannoni A 2014. Alcohol and drug use as a contributing factor in the commission of crime – perceptions of Australian detainees. Paper to lunchtime presentation series, Canberra, 21 July
  • Ng S & Gannoni A 2014. Drug Use Monitoring in Australia (DUMA): Interviewing police detainees in Sydney. Paper to lunchtime presentation series, Canberra, February 27.
  • Gannoni A & Cussen T 2013. A snapshot of same-sex intimate partner homicide in Australia. Paper to the Australian and New Zealand Society of Criminology Conference 2013, Brisbane, 1–3 October.