What is research translation?

Ever wondered what criminology research translation is? Check out this CrimeMuse video to learn all about it!   Read More

Radio interview: 2SER, Victims’ legal rights over offenders’ parole

This is a link to an interview I did last week on 1 February 2018 with the lovely Sam Baran. Read More

Why victims of crime deserve a say in whether offenders are paroled

The recent release on parole of John Worboys, one of Britain’s most-prolific sex offenders, attracted controversy after his victims were not informed or consulted by the parole board. However, the law – and best practice – says they should have been. Under the UN Declaration of Basic Principles of Justice for Victims of Crime and Read More

Hello Canberra, my old friend

Today I flew into Canberra. I forgot how people here are obsessed with Australian politics – and rugby. As we waited at the slowest luggage carousel in history (my bag was literally the last one through the rubber curtain before the airport powered down the carousel and switched off the lights), I was surrounded by people Read More

Blog musings

This blog is all about my thoughts on evidence-based policy, working together to reduce re-offending and other ponderings about crime and justice. Specifically: Research Translation: in 2017, I received half a Great Ydeas Grant from the YWCA Adelaide. The YWCA aims to build strong and equitable communities through the development of women’s leadership, and we Read More

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