What kind of 'swiper' are you? A typology of people who steal from supermarkets at self-service checkouts.
The demise of the first academic department dedicated to policing at the University of California has left unanswered questions about the best way to educate cops.
In the wake of the MeToo and Time's Up movements, a new model of sexual consent is required – one that needs a clear and unequivocal yes from all parties.
An expert in criminology explains why you shouldn't believe everything you see on TV – organised crime is still a very British problem.
While research indicates there are likely to be fewer female psychopaths than male, this may be because their traits are less visible than their male counterparts.
Energy and Environment Minister Josh Frydenberg said he thought that Victorians have never felt more unsafe, and that burglaries, assaults and murders are rising year-on-year. Is he right?
What one isolated case tells us about crime and community on this special island.
Academic analysis is often ignored – and this is an indictment not of readers, but of academics.
Using terrestrial forensic science to point the finger of blame to criminals in space will be much harder than it looks.
Do ISIS fighters feel guilty about the violence they perpetrate? Not likely, according to criminological research, which suggests terrorists "neutralise" their guilt, just as many other criminals do.
Two criminologists wanted to learn the tricks of the trade so they went to the source, interviewing over 70 pimps.
A popular misconception is that most child sex offenders were once victims themselves.
New research hopes to stop police lineups leading to false identification or criminals walking free.
There are many similarities between wildlife poaching and the cultivation of drug plants like the coca bush or the opium poppy.
Peter Dutton’s comments reinforced historically ingrained ideas about sexual assault victims as being 'unreliable' or 'untrustworthy'.
Was this a crime about hate or political ideology? Extremist experts use data to explain what type of crime took place in Florida, and why it matters.
Was Pauline Hanson right to say that crime is getting worse in Australia?
A new technique could help the police identify more criminals from just their footprints.
Her case followed certain well known patterns, but the Surrey teenager's killer was not identified for years after her death.
Are domestic violence figures actually on the decline? FactCheck investigates.