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  Applied Research in Crime and Justice Conference

Applied Research in Crime and Justice Conference

13-14 February 2019
International Convention Centre (ICC) Sydney,
14 Darling Drive, Sydney

Conference Program 2019

The NSW Bureau of Crime Statistics and Research, in partnership with the Griffith Criminology Institute, is convening the 6th Annual Applied Research in Crime and Criminal Justice Conference. This conference will showcase high quality Australian and International research in the areas of policing, offender rehabilitation, situational crime prevention, corrections, early-intervention and criminal justice administration.

The event is intended for both researchers and policy makers. officers from all levels of government will have the opportunity to see how new research might assist them in developing more effective, more efficient and more equitable ways of managing Crime and Justice.


For more information or to register, please visit http://www.cvent.com/events/applied-research-in-crime-and-justice-conference-2019/event-summary-4ef7e4e47151461d9fa0ec580dce7188.aspx

National Association of African American Studies National Conference

The National Association of African American Studies (NAAAS) and Affiliates will host their national conference in Dallas,Texas February 11 - 16, 2019. The national organization will host scholars from international countries such as India, China, Trinidad & Tobago, Puerto Rico, South Africa, Nigeria and others. The planning committee expects an attendance to exceed 1,200 professionals. The national organization welcomes research that speaks to the global criminal element and justice system. Abstracts may include, but are not limited to : Black women in Prison, does the punishment fit the crime, impact of socio - economic conditions on crime, role of police in monitoring the criminal element, training personnel to serve in the justice system, political fight to give felons who have completed her/his term in a correction facility the right to vote, police targeting, and other related topics.


Individuals are encouraged to submit abstracts before November 11, 2018. Abstracts should not exceed two typed pages. Submit to:

(1)naaasconference@earthlink.net (2) fax - 207-856-2800, or (3) mail to: NAAAS & Affiliates, P.O. Box 545, Westbrook, Maine 04098

International Research Conference - Nelson Mandela University https://conta.cc/2xoqtRP 

Any questions should be directed to: naaasconference@naaas.org or (207) 856-2500.

For more information or to register, please visit https://www.naaas.org/national-conference-2/


UNAFEI 171st International Senior Seminar

“Criminal Justice Response to Crimes Motivated by Intolerance or Discrimination” (JICA Name: “Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice (Senior Seminar)”)

Duration and venue: Five-weeks in Tokyo, Japan Target: Senior officers of relevant authorities who are involved in policymaking and planning with respect to activities in the field of crime prevention and criminal justice

Main theme: Studying the current trend of crimes motivated by intolerance or discrimination and exploring the background of criminals who act on intolerance or discrimination

Objective: To explore and share the roles of criminal justice systems in preventing crimes motivated by intolerance or discrimination, and to develop effective measures to counter such crimes.

Possible Topics:

1. Each country’s response to crimes motivated by intolerance or discrimination

2. Practical challenges facing criminal justice measures against crimes motivated by intolerance or discrimination

3. Dealing with crimes motivated by intolerance or discrimination in each stage of the criminal justice system: investigation, prosecution, trial, and treatment

For more information, please visit http://www.unafei.or.jp/english/