Crime and Justice Research Centre staff headed to American Society of Criminology conference

Crime and Justice Research Centre staff members are headed to American Society of Criminology conference in Philadelphia, PA 14-18 November 2017.

Dr Matthew Ball is on the Students Meet Scholars: Queer Criminology panel and presenting The Global Dynamics of Queer Criminological Knowledge and Activism and LGBTI Police Liaison Programs and Service Provision: the Key Issues for LGBTI People in Two Australian States with CJRC adjunct Associate Professor Angela Dwyer. Dr Ball is also critic for Author Meets Critics: LGBTQ Intimate Partner Violence: Lessons for Policy, Practice, and Research

Dr Cassandra Cross will present Sex, Lies and Deception: Examining Media Discourses Surrounding the Ashley Madison Hack and is on the Roundtable: Discussing Next Steps of the International Interdisciplinary Research Consortium on Cybercrime

Jodi Death will present Family Court of Australia and the Management of CSA Allegations

Associate Professor Molly Dragiewicz will present The Role of Platforms in Mediating Digital Domestic Violence, co-authored with Jean Burgess, Ariadna Matamoros-Fernández, Nicolas P Suzor, Bridget Harris – Queensland University of Technology, Michael Salter  – Western Sydney University, and Delanie Woodlock – University of New England and is author for Authors Meet Critics: Abusive Endings?: Separation and Divorce Violence against Women with co-authors CJRC Adjunct Professor Walter DeKeseredy and Martin Schwartz

Associate Professor Mark Lauchs will present Traditional Biker Violence and Organized Crime Violence

Dr Toby Miles-Johnson is presenting Professional Conduct: How Adherence to Rules Shapes Police Recruit Interaction With Diverse Community Groups

In addition, Justice Coordinator Alison Imber will run the CJRC booth in the exhibition hall. Justice Head of School Professor Kerry Carrington and Executive Dean of Law John Humphrey will also attend.

The American Society of Criminology is an international organization whose members pursue scholarly, scientific, and professional knowledge concerning the measurement, etiology, consequences, prevention, control, and treatment of crime and delinquency.

The Society’s objectives are to encourage the exchange, in a multidisciplinary setting, of those engaged in research, teaching, and practice so as to foster criminological scholarship, and to serve as a forum for the dissemination of criminological knowledge. Our membership includes students, practitioners, and academicians from the many fields of criminal justice and criminology.

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