About the conference

The Australian Institute of Criminology and the Queensland Police Service are hosting Australia’s third major Crime Prevention and Communities conference at the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre on 3-4 November 2016.

This important conference, Innovative responses to traditional challenges, will inform local government, urban planners, policy makers, police, criminologists, non-government community organisations, researchers and students about best practice, policy, evaluation and research. The conference will feature speakers from contributors a range of crime prevention projects and programs.

Featured speakers

Rosie Batty

2015 Australian of the Year, and Founder and Director, Luke Batty Foundation
Rosie Batty is a leader in the crusade against domestic violence and has turned her personal... More

Professor Kate Bowers

Department of Security and Crime Science, University College London
Kate Bowers is Professor in Crime Science at the University College London Department of... More

Chief Robert Davis

Chief, Lethbridge Regional Police Service, Canada
Chief Robert Davis is a Mohawk from the Six Nations of the Grand River Territory. He has... More

Peter Martin APM

Deputy Commissioner, Regional Operations, Queensland Police Service
Deputy Commissioner Martin has served with the Queensland Police Service (QPS) since 1980.... More

Professor Anna Stewart

Head of the School of Criminology and Criminal Justice, Griffith University
Professor Anna Stewart is the Head of the School of Criminology and Criminal Justice at... More

Ian Stewart APM

Commissioner, Queensland Police Service
Commissioner Ian Stewart is the 19th Commissioner of the Queensland Police Service (QPS)... More

Rick Brown

Deputy Director, Australian Institute of Criminology
Dr Rick Brown is Deputy Director with the Australian Institute of Criminology (AIC). Since... More

Garner Clancey

Senior Lecturer, University of Sydney
Dr Garner Clancey is a Senior Lecturer in Criminology. Garner has taught crime prevention,... More

Register online

Standard registration

$800.00 (up to 2 people)

$660.00 (3 people or more)

Student registration

Students must be able to provide proof of full-time status if requested.

$540.00

Day registration - 3 November

$470.00

Day registration - 4 November

$470.00

Student day registration - 3 November

Students must be able to provide proof of full-time status if requested.

$420.00

Student day registration - 4 November

Students must be able to provide proof of full-time status if requested.

$420.00

#CrimePrevention2016

Watch keynote speaker videos from the #CrimePrevention2016. https://t.co/o17qH4uHta

- AIC (@AICriminology) Dec 2, 2016

#CPTED presentation delivered at #CrimePrevention2016 in #Brisbane #Australia available to download here.... https://t.co/Sz4UVcUKl1

- Dr Leanne Monchuk (@leannemonchuk) Dec 1, 2016

UCL’s Department of Security & Crime Science Professor Kate Bowers #CrimePrevention2016 presentation now available.… https://t.co/qzKEtAKXyz

- AIC (@AICriminology) Nov 29, 2016

Map

Venue

Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre
Merivale and Glenelg Streets
South Brisbane
Queensland Australia 4101


Event Organiser

Kate Sweeney


Email Organiser

Sponsors and supporters

PCYC