Adjunct Associate Professor
This person does not currently hold a position at QUT.
BiographyColin Thorne joined the QUT's School of Justice in the Law Faculty in 1991.
Within the undergraduate degree, Colin has developed and coordinated:
- the Law Enforcement minor
- the Policing and Intelligence major.
- law enforcement issues
- emergency service issues.
Prior to joining QUT, Colin served as an officer in the Queensland Police Service performing:
- uniform duties (general duties)
- plain clothes and
- education and training at the Police Service Academy.
Colin is a graduate of the Federal Bureau of Investigation National Academy, Quantico, USA.
Colin graduated in 2004 with a Doctor of Philosophy after completing his thesis on the implementation of Community Policing.
Colin has also engaged in consultancy work with various government departments in the area of investigational techniques.
Criminology, Policy and Administration
Field of Research code, Australian and New Zealand Standard Research Classification (ANZSRC), 2008
- Doctor of Philosophy (Queensland Inst. of Technology)
- MEd (Griffith University)
- DipEdAdmin(Grad) (Griffith University)
- BA (University of Queensland)
- Thorne C, (1997) Management Practices, Themis, pp. 4-6.
- Thorne C, (1997) Guns - Have the Politicians fixed the Problem?, Themis, pp. 21-28.
- Thorne C, (1996) Computer software product review dealing with criminal investigations - software title - Fraud Case Management System, Themis, pp. 25-26.
- Thorne C, (1996) Rights, Themis, pp. 4-7.
- Thorne C, Bennett C, (1996) Police, Population and Reported Crime: What's the link?, Themis, pp. 8-15.
- Thorne C, (1996) Big Business - Organised Crime, Crime & Justice: An Australian Textbook In Criminology, pp. 283-315.
- Thorne C, Meakepeace J, (1995) Reconstruction of Serious Traffic Incidents through Disaster Victim Identification., International Conference on Accident Investigation and the Law.