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Student criminology forum 2012

74 Leichhardt St, Griffith, ACT, Australian Institute of Criminology
06 July 2012

About the forum

The third annual Australian Institute of Criminology Student Forum will be held on Friday 6 July in Canberra. The Forum provides a day of presentations and workshops on AIC research, led by our staff. The Forum is free, and designed for students of criminology, police studies, corrections, law or a related field, and who are proposing to work or research in criminology or criminal justice areas. You just have to make your way to Canberra where we’ll provide a stimulating day of ideas and learning.

Numbers will be strictly limited to 50 places.


This year the program will include a number of participatory workshops with AIC staff, as well the traditional seminar format.

  • Drug Use Monitoring Australia —Recent findings and methodologies
  • People Trafficking in Australia—Recent findings and methodologies
  • Indigenous justice—Interventions and community safety, what’s working and what’s not
  • Fraud and scams—Recent research reports and methodologies

Who should apply -  Applications now closed

Selection of participants will take into account your level of study, geographic location and tertiary institution to ensure a range of people from different professional and personal backgrounds are able to participate. If you are a current student of a tertiary institute and studying criminology or a related field, we encourage to apply. Ensure you complete all details in the application form so we determine if you are eligible to attend.


The Forum will be held at the Australian Institute of Criminology, 74 Leichhardt Street Griffith, ACT 2603. Located in the inner south of Canberra, the AIC is situated within walking distance of the Canberra train station in Kingston and less than 15 minutes drive from Canberra Airport.