Tasmanian Institute of Law Enforcement Studies

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21 Feb 2013

The 2012 Australian and New Zealand Critical Criminology Conference was held in Hobart over two days from 12 - 13 July. This conference was organised around the theme of ‘Changing the Way We Think about Change – Shifting Boundaries, Changing Lives’. There were five general...


3 Aug 2009

Community policing can provide strategies and reassurances to support newly arrived refugee communities to Australia particularly with respect to their understanding of rights and responsibilities under Australian law, according to this report.

These understandings can profoundly affect whether the settlement of individuals and families...

Briefing paper

20 Apr 2009

The paper reviews some of the key developments in the relationship between University sector education and police officer training in the UK, in the US and in Australasia over the last four decades.

Key debates and problems in understanding police professionalism are also discussed....


12 Dec 2008

This paper presents preliminary finding from research examining the extent to which offending and related social problems are concentrated in six Tasmanian families. The main aim of the research is to identify ways to break the cycle of intergenerational crime and better respond to the...


6 Oct 2008

Over the last decade Australians have embraced new information and communication technologies. The majority of Australians now have access to computers and the Internet. By the beginning of 2007 there were 5.67 million households in Australia with home Internet access, with many more individuals accessing...

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