CSU has been selected to deliver the prestigious Mid Career Training Program for the Indian Police Service from 2014 to 2017.
Australians have good reason to be wary of proposed counter-terrorism laws and should oppose measures limiting civil liberties according to CSU political philosopher Dr Piero Moraro.
CSU has expanded its footprint in the national capital with the opening of new offices in Canberra for teaching and research.
Australia needs to better secure its online world with improved cooperation between key players or we will suffer the consequences, says a group of cyber security experts from CSU.
Senior officers from the Australian Defence Force will join CSU Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Administration) Professor Ken Dillon and senior CSU staff to celebrate the growing relationship between both organisations at the inaugural graduation for five Defence Investigators in Goulburn on Tuesday 10 June.
Charles Sturt University (CSU) research to identify, explore and address the needs of older and vulnerable people in the Blue Mountains of NSW will be launched at Springwood on Tuesday 27 May.
CSU will hold its largest graduation ceremony for 2014 on Wednesday morning, 14 May.
Forcing courts in NSW to consider Victim Impact Statements when sentencing violent offenders raises questions about the value of one life compared to another, according to Charles Sturt University (CSU) academic Ms Amber McKinley.
A Charles Sturt University (CSU) academic has strongly criticised new powers for Victorian police which could be used to ban people from public protests.
Research at Charles Sturt University (CSU) has found that the use of simulations in police training in NSW better prepares both new and experienced officers for the 'real world'.