Centre for Forensic
Behavioural Science

Events

We host seminars and events featuring leading researchers in the fields of forensic behavioural science, forensic psychology and forensic mental health.

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Past events

Centre for Forensic Behavioural Science Seminar Series 2017

A public lecture by The Hon Justice Peter McClellan AM


TEDMED Melbourne 2017

The TEDMED Live Program shares TEDMED’s content, creating opportunities for organizations and industry leaders on the front lines of health and medicine to come together, share stories and inspire the exchange of different perspectives and


Safer communities safer relationships

An international conference in Prato, Italy on generating solutions for reducing persistent violence and other serious offending.


Understanding, Assessing and Treating Adult Firesetters

This workshop for mental health and correctional professionals provides the most up to date local research conducted at the Centre for Forensic Behavioural Science, and cutting-edge international research and best-practice approaches on the assessment and


Swinburne Celebrates Research Conference 2017

We're celebrating research at Swinburne in a 2-day event at Hawthorn, featuring renowned keynote speakers, oral and poster presentations, opportunities for professional development, industry engagement, mentoring and advice.


Understanding, Assessing and Treating Adult Firesetters

This workshop for mental health and correctional professionals will provide up-to-date information from ongoing local and international research and best-practice approaches on the assessment and treatment of deliberate firesetters.


2016

Podcast - Assessing the Needs of Indigenous People in Custody: Looking Beyond Law and Order

Listen to Dr Stephane Shepherd's lecture as part of the University of Sydney's Ideas Series. Dr Shepherd is a Fulbright Postdoctoral Scholar in Cultural Competence at Swinburne.


2015

Annual ANZAPPL Victoria Public Lecture

Professor Michael Daffern presents on "Improving outcomes for violent offenders and reducing violent behaviours: Where to next?"


Young people and the law

An international conference in Prato, Italy on approaches to care, corrections and intervention.