- Australian Institute of Criminology report sheds light on occupational fraud
- Public servants with more than four years of experience and a low level security clearance are most likely to commit occupational fraud, according to an Australian Institute of Criminology report.
- Banksy unmasked? Scientists use maths and criminology to map artist's identity
- British academics have used a combinations of maths, criminology and geographic profiling to back up a theory over the identity of mysterious street artist Banksy.
- Conservation criminology program focuses on environmental injustices
- A new program at Michigan State University will encourage the study of crimes committed against nature.
- Criminology professors provide analysis of NYPD reform
- Arizona State University School of Criminology and Criminal Justice professors Michael White and Hank Fradella provide a closer examination of police reform in New York City. Their analysis was published in From the Square, a blog of NYU Press.
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