New Criminology Research Grants (CRG) have been awarded by the Australian Institute of Criminology.
This new funding that will support Australian academics to undertake cutting edge crime and justice research. Eight Criminology Research Grants have been awarded, which have been selected by the Criminology Research Advisory Council
We are delighted to announce that a research team comprising QUT Centre for Justice members was amongst one of the eight successful projects. This project team includes QUT C4J members Kelly Richards (Principal Chief Investigator), Jodi Death (CI), Michael Chataway (CI) and Chris Emzin (Advisor) as well as Ms Carol Ronken (CI) and Dr Rebekah Chapman (CI) – both from Bravehearts Foundation. The project is titled “Victims/survivors’ perspectives on sex offender reintegration: A mixed methods study”.
Further congratulations to Bridget Harris who is also part of another successful project team lead by Deakin University titled “Police body-worn camera technology in response to domestic and family violence: a national study of victim-survivor perspectives and experiences”
Further information can be found here – https://mailchi.mp/aic/new-criminology-research-grants-awarded?e=7d6313b049
Congratulations to all involved.