Student research projects

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Student projects

This is a selection of current and recent topics that our students are investigating:

  • Impact and influences on modern police organisations becoming learning organisation
  • Resurgent religion and Secular Inertia in Australian public spaces: the case of religious instruction in government schools
  • Strategic Intelligence in Law Enforcement: Anticipating Transnational Organised Crime
  • Police interactions with people experiencing mental health issues and intellectual disabilities: mapping discourses and forms of government from the perspective of non-government organisations in Queensland
  • The negotiation of sexual consent between women in same sex relationships
  • The morphology of South-East Asian drug trafficking syndicates in Australia
  • The development of a conceptual model for improving the coordination of disaster victim identification in Australia
  • The Australian Government's executive decision making on organised crime: Past, Present and Future Directions

Completed theses

Be inspired in your own research by some of our PhD graduate theses.


Crime and Justice Research Centre

  • Level Level 5, X Block
    Gardens Point
    2 George St
    Brisbane QLD 4000