Police & Crime

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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.

Police actions commended, but caution needed

Thursday 18 Sep 2014

A leading Islamic expert with CSU has commended Australian police and other security agencies on recent action to prevent what they considered an imminent terrorism risk

CSU student kicks off his soccer dream

Thursday 11 Sep 2014

CSU Port Macquarie student Mr Luke Jennings will be taking CSU to the world when he attends the Australasian Soccer Academy's upcoming tour of England and Spain.

CSU names Rugby Ambassador

Thursday 21 Aug 2014

CSU's first Rugby Ambassador, Mr Cameron Treloar, is proof that higher education and professional sport are a good fit.

Research into police interviews

Thursday 21 Aug 2014

Australian and UK researchers are working with the US Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) to help improve communication with non-English speakers during police interviews.

Indian Police renews training deal with CSU

Sunday 10 Aug 2014

CSU has been selected to deliver the prestigious Mid Career Training Program for the Indian Police Service from 2014 to 2017.

Security laws threaten civil liberty

Thursday 7 Aug 2014

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 moves into parliamentary triangle

Tuesday 22 Jul 2014

CSU has expanded its footprint in the national capital with the opening of new offices in Canberra for teaching and research.

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