Watch the 2013 Solomon Lecture featuring Professor Anna Stewart

School of Criminology and Criminal Justice
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Professor Anna Stewart delivered the 2013 Solomon Lecture Finding Gold in Mountains of Administrative Data as part of Right to Information Day. She spoke about accessing and analysing government-held data from the criminal justice system and related departments to conduct her research to understand offending over the life-course. Queensland Police Commissioner Ian Stewart introduced Professor […]

Griffith academic to deliver 2013 Solomon Lecture

School of Criminology and Criminal Justice
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Improved access to Queensland crime data is continuing to enhance research, government accountability and crime prevention strategies. According to Griffith University’s Professor Anna Stewart, the proactive and regular release of information from government departments, especially the Queensland Police Service, has created a system of collaboration with clear benefits for the community. As one whose expertise […]

Grant success for youth sexual violence prevention project

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The project ‘Evidence-Informed Youth Sexual Violence Prevention’ has received funding of $2,278,182 over 3 years from a 2013-14 Indigenous Justice Program grant. The project is led by Professor Stephen Smallbone and Ms Susan Rayment-McHugh and includes Griffith researchers Dr Troy Allard, Professor Ross Homel, Ms Dimity Smith and Professor Anna Stewart, as well as Lucy […]