Police & Crime

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CSU donates drug ID kit to AMS

Friday 15 May 2015

The Centre for Customs and Excise Studies at CSU is helping to combat illicit drug use in the Illawarra region of NSW.

Supporting vulnerable residents in the Blue Mountains

Friday 1 May 2015

CSU research has identified strategies for communities to help support older and vulnerable people in times of emergency.

Women in law enforcement focus of Indian conference

Tuesday 7 Apr 2015

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.

Policing and security students join graduate ranks

Thursday 7 May 2015

More than 800 policing and security services students will graduate from CSU on Monday morning, 11 May.

CSU to trial innovative policing interview technology

Thursday 2 Apr 2015

New technology intended to enhance police interview training and operational police interviews will be trialled at the CSU Australian Graduate School of Policing and Security.

‘Terrorist chatter’ – be alert

Wednesday 24 Dec 2014

A CSU counter-terrorism expert says it is significant that the Prime Minister of Australia has commented on increased 'terrorist chatter' ahead of Christmas.

Terror expert: Siege no surprise

Wednesday 1 Jan 2003

CSU counter-terrorism expert, Associate Professor Nick O'Brien is not surprised a siege in Martin Place appears to have links to the Islamic State movement.

Crime and security interview techniques examined

Friday 12 Dec 2014

Non-coercive interview techniques are more effective in securing meaningful information from terror suspects according to an international study by CSU researchers.

US torture report vital for liberal democracies

Wednesday 10 Dec 2014

A CSU academic says the release overnight of a US Senate report on its investigation into the CIA's interrogation and detention program is extremely important for liberal democracies.

Parental sexual offending – new study

Thursday 16 Oct 2014

Diversion programs that offer community-based treatment for low-risk parent sexual offenders can reduce re-offending and heighten protection for young children and their families, a new study has found.

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