Department of Security Studies and Criminology
The Department of Security Studies and Criminology (formerly Department of Policing, Intelligence and Counter Terrorism) is one of Australia’s leading centres of teaching and research in international security and defence studies, cyber security, intelligence, terrorism and resilience, policing, and criminology.
Given its strong focus on applied security studies, the department also provides critical insights, expertise and training to government, security agencies and police forces as they prepare to confront the 21st Century security challenges. Read more about us
News and events
Learning and Teaching Innovator: Ms Sheryn Lee
Congratulations to Associate Lecturer Ms Sheryn Lee for receiving the Faculty of Arts Learning and Teaching Innovators 2015 award....
Dr Julian Droogan in Premier's advisory council to fight violent extremism
To further support the Government as it deals with the changing face of violent extremism, NSW Premier Mike Baird has established a Countering Vi...
New publication: Standing up to China
In a co-authored article in the recent issue of Survival, Professor Ben Schreer argues that a strategic choice is fast approaching between accept...
Research spotlight: Dr James Martin
Dr James Martin is actively involved with conceptualising and tracking new and emerging criminal trends on the dark net....