Criminology at the ANU is multidisciplinary. We have a world class reputation for high quality research in crime and justice. Undergraduate students can study criminology as part of our flagship Bachelor of Criminology program, or as a Major or Minor within the Bachelor of Arts.
We bring together experts from across the university in sociology, psychology, law, political science, demography, social policy, computer science and economics.
Our aim is to engage nationally and internationally on the frontiers of crime and justice by focusing on key issues that shape modern crime and justice policy. We push boundaries in how we conceptualise, understand, and evaluate crime to improve outcomes for ordinary citizens.
We offer opportunities for faculty to collaborate with our international partners at UCL Department of Security and Crime Science (University College London), Nanjing University (China), Indiana University (Bloomington, USA) and NTU (Singapore).
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- Evaluating Drug Courts -- Jason Payne and Toni Makkai
- Estimating the Cost of Policing Alcohol -- Matthew Manning, Jason Payne and Toni Makkai
- Cost Benefit Analysis of UK Policing -- Matthew Manning
- Reliability Analysis of Criminological Methods -- Jason Payne
- Corruption and Sport -- Adam Masters
- Anti-corruption Techniques -- Adam Masters
- Recidivism Modelling -- Jason Payne and Roderic Broadhurst
- Evaluating the efficiency of policing services in Hong Kong -- Gabriel Wong and Matthew Manning
- ANU Cybercrime Observatory
- ANU Transnational Research Institute on Corruption (TRIC)
Professor and Deputy Head of Department at the UCL Department for Security and Crime Science.
Research and publications: https://www.ucl.ac.uk/scs/people/profiles/shane-johnson
Director at the UCL Jill Dando Institute of Security and Crime Science
Research and publications: https://www.ucl.ac.uk/jdi/people/staff/richard-wortley