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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Sorry, there are no upcoming events for this area at the moment, please check back again soon. You can check out other events happening at Swinburne:
CFBS Seminar Series opening address - The Second Convict Age: Explaining the Return of Mass Imprisonment in Australia
The Centre for Forensic Behavioural Science presents the 2020 Opening Address by The Hon. Dr Andrew Leigh, MP. The Second Convict Age: Explaining the Return of Mass Imprisonment in Australia.
An international conference in Prato, Italy on understanding violent behaviour and the cross-disciplinary strategies used to address, intervene and prevent it.
Get excited about the future of work and learn how you can shape the career of your dreams.
Join us on Friday 30 August to celebrate LBGTI young people and get your purple on!
You're invited to help us celebrate the opening of our newly refurbished Latelab, now open 24 hours, seven days a week at the Hawthorn Library.
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
An international conference in Prato, Italy on generating solutions for reducing persistent violence and other serious offending.
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
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.
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.