Last week to register for upcoming CJRC symposium – “Monsters, Rebels, and Queers: Justice and the Outsider”

David BowiePlease join us for an upcoming symposium “Monsters, Rebels, and Queers: Justice and the Outsider” hosted by the Crime and Justice Research Centre. The symposium will be held on Monday 15 August 2016 from 3-6pm at QUT Gardens Point Campus.

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Reminder – Register Now for Upcoming Event – “Monsters, Rebels, and Queers: Justice and the Outsider”

David BowiePlease join us for an upcoming symposium “Monsters, Rebels, and Queers: Justice and the Outsider” hosted by the Crime and Justice Research Centre. The symposium will be held on Monday 15 August 2016 from 3-6pm at QUT Gardens Point Campus.

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Recently Published: “Queering Criminology”

Queering Criminology

“Queering Criminology”, co-edited by QUT’s Dr Angela Dwyer and Dr Matthew Ball, along with Associate Professor Thomas Crofts from the University of Sydney, has been published and is now available.

The book draws together both theoretical and empirical contributions that develop the growing scholarship being produced at the intersection of ‘queer’ and ‘criminology’.

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What stops LGBTI people from accessing LGBTI police liaison officers?

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Dr Angela Dwyer and Dr Matthew Ball, from the QUT Crime and Justice Research Centre, with Dr Christine Bond from Griffith University, recently conducted a workshop with the NSW Police Force (at the NSW Police Academy, Goulburn, NSW) and the Queensland Police Service (QPS Headquarters Roma Street, QLD) about their completed research project on LGBTI police liaison officers. The project, conducted with researchers from Sydney Law School, Dr Murray Lee and Dr Thomas Crofts, examined the reasons why LGBTI people did not seek support from LGBTI police liaison officers across Queensland, New South Wales, and Western Australia.

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Upcoming Publication: “Queering Criminology”

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Dr Angela Dwyer and Dr Matthew Ball from QUT’s School of Justice have recently co-edited a book titled “Queering Criminology”, which is due for publication later this year. The book draws together both theoretical and empirical contributions that develop the growing scholarship being produced at the intersection of ‘queer’ and ‘criminology’.

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