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Why are our most vulnerable children turning to crime?

Wednesday 11 Jan 2017

CSU researchers have been awarded a national grant to investigate why the Australian welfare and justice systems are turning some of the most vulnerable children into criminals.

Does the full moon bring out the lunatics?

Monday 17 Oct 2016

As the full moon rises many police officers brace for a hectic night believing it's when 'lunatics come out' but CSU research has dispelled the myth.

Latest review of intelligence agencies welcomed: CSU expert

Wednesday 21 Sep 2016

A CSU intelligence expert has welcomed the forthcoming review of Australian intelligence agencies as vital for addressing the ever-changing international security environment.

Law students hear personal story of crime and punishment

Monday 12 Sep 2016

Law and criminal justice students at CSU have received a very personal account of crime and punishment in Australia from a well-known former criminal.

Security risks for off-shore petroleum infrastructure

Wednesday 7 Sep 2016

A CSU expert in maritime law has warned of the potential security risks to offshore oil and natural gas drilling and production platforms.

Census concerns well founded: CSU cybersecurity expert

Thursday 4 Aug 2016

Concerns regarding the security of information posted online for this year's census are well founded, says a cybersecurity expert at CSU.

Chilcot Report shows key intelligence and decision maker failures

Thursday 7 Jul 2016

The Chilcot Report into the UK Government's decision-making on the invasion and war with Iraq shows failures by intelligence agencies and decision-makers, a CSU academic says.

Ethics, politics and legalities in cyber-warfare

Monday 20 Jun 2016

The Australian Army has called on a CSU expert to advise it on the ethical, political and legal dilemmas it will face when using drones and cyber-warfare in the coming century.

New community bushfire preparedness plan for NSW

Wednesday 15 Jun 2016

A new community safety program aimed at preparing communities to protect residents' health and wellbeing during major bushfires has been developed using CSU research.

CSU leads world's largest study of jury behaviour

Thursday 26 May 2016

The Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse has presented findings of research led by Charles Sturt University into how juries reason when deliberating on multiple counts of child sexual abuse.

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