Professor Melissa Bull

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Faculty of Creative Industries, Education & Social Justice,
School of Justice


Personal details

Positions

Professor
Faculty of Creative Industries, Education & Social Justice,
School of Justice

Keywords

QUT Centre for Justice, Illicit Drug Regulation, Policing and the Global South, Policing and Diversity

Discipline

Criminology, Law

Field of Research code, Australian and New Zealand Standard Research Classification (ANZSRC), 2008

Qualifications

  • Doctor of Philosophy (Griffith University)

Professional memberships and associations

Asian Society of Criminology

Editorial Board Member, International Journal for Crime Justice and Social Democracy

Editorial Board Member, Policing and Society:  An International Journal (2013-2018)

Reviewer, Australian Research Council competitive grant program in the fields of policing and drug regulation

Reviewer, European Social Research Council competitive grant program in the field of policing and international policing

 

 

Publications

QUT ePrints

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Supervision

Current supervisions

  • Fakafoki Ki Api (Returned Home) - The Deportation of Tongan Non-citizen Criminals from Australia: an analysis of deportee's experiences and the perceptions and attitudes of Tonga towards receiving criminal deportees from Australia
    PhD, Associate Supervisor
    Other supervisors: Professor John Scott, Dr Danielle Watson
  • LESSONS FROM NORWAY: SHAPING THE POLITICAL ECONOMY FOR THE PREVENTION OF VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN
    PhD, Principal Supervisor
    Other supervisors: Professor Kerry Carrington
  • The Relationship Between Climate Change, Peace and Security
    PhD, Principal Supervisor
    Other supervisors: Dr Caitlin Mollica
  • Perceptions of Police Communication: How Technologies in Policing Influence Trust in Police during the COVID-19 Pandemic
    PhD, Associate Supervisor
    Other supervisors: Adjunct Associate Professor Toby Miles-Johnson, Dr Michael Chataway
  • Non-mobilised pathways to socio-political participation by marginalised youth in authoritarian contexts
    PhD, Mentoring Supervisor
    Other supervisors: Dr Helen Berents, Dr Caitlin Mollica