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Dr Troy McEwan

Senior Lecturer in Clinical and Forensic Psychology


Troy is a clinical and forensic psychologist who has worked in both inpatient and community forensic mental health settings in addition to her academic roles. She currently works as a senior psychologist in the Problem Behaviour Program at Forensicare. Her research interests include stalking, family violence, deliberate firesetting, and improving the assessment, treatment and management of individuals engaging in these and other problem behaviours.

Research interests

Forensic Psychology; Stalking; Family violence; Arson; Deliberate firesetting; Offender risk assessment; Offender treatment; Violence

PhD candidate and honours supervision

Higher degrees by research

Accredited to supervise Masters & Doctoral students as Principal Supervisor.

Fields of Research

  • Forensic Psychology - 170104

Teaching areas

Forensic Psychology


  • 2017, National, Australian Crime and Violence Prevention Award Gold Prize, Australian Institute of Criminology
  • 2015, Other, Service Award, Forensicare
  • 2015, Swinburne, School of Health Sciences Emerging Researcher, Swinburne University of Technology
  • 2014, Other, Service Award, Forensicare

Further information



Also published as: McEwan, Troy; McEwan, T.; McEwan, T. E.; McEwan, Troy E.
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Recent research grants awarded

  • 2018: Family Violence Investigation Unit case prioritisation research consultancy *; Victoria Police Research Contracts
  • 2018: Request for Quote - Validation of National Tools *; Department of Home Affairs, Commonwealth of Australia
  • 2017: Catalyst Consortium - Australian Consortium for Research Excellence in Reducing Persistent Violence and Sexual Offending *; Corrections Victoria
  • 2016: The Family Violence Project:Improving the health and safety of family violence victims via evidence-based policing *; MRNWM-ML Legacy Grants Program
  • 2015: Enhancing Police Responses to Family Violence *; Victoria Police Research Contracts
  • 2014: The Enhanced Family Violence Unit: integrating policing and forensic mental health *; MRNWM-ML
  • 2010: Recognising, assessing, and managing high risk stalking behavior: An evidence-based approach *; ARC Discovery Projects Scheme

* Chief Investigator

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