A CSU academic and her NSW Police Force colleague have received an award for the best research paper presented at a recent national simulation and training conference.
Seventeen CSU policing students have returned from a study tour to Ottawa in Canada with an expanded view of international policing issues and practices.
Special guests have been announced for the 3rd National Rural Law and Justice Alliance Conference hosted by CSU in Orange on Friday 3 and Saturday 4 July.
A CSU policing and security expert says it is time for the government to consider another gun amnesty and buy-back scheme in Australia.
A Charles Sturt University terrorism expert says the use of social media by Islamic State in Syria and Iraq can only be managed and mitigated from this point on.
A CSU academic has been honoured with an appointment to a World Trade Organisation dispute resolution panel.
The Centre for Customs and Excise Studies at CSU is helping to combat illicit drug use in the Illawarra region of NSW.
CSU research has identified strategies for communities to help support older and vulnerable people in times of emergency.
The International Women in Law Enforcement Conference will bring together the brightest female minds in the field to discuss leadership, collaboration and security on a global scale.
More than 800 policing and security services students will graduate from CSU on Monday morning, 11 May.