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The 2014 Griffith University Tony Fitzgerald Lecture commemorates the 25th anniversary of the Fitzgerald Report on corruption and misconduct in the Queensland Government. David Bayley’s lecture will review police accountability internationally since the Fitzgerald report in 1989, locating Queensland's activities within that history. Professor Bayley will also discuss the prospects for the continued growth of police accountability in democratic, English-speaking countries.
Distinguished Professor Emeritus David Bayley is a specialist in international criminal justice, with particular interest in policing. He has done extensive research in India, Japan, Australia, Canada, Britain, Singapore, and the United States. His work has focused on police reform, accountability, foreign assistance to police agencies, and crime-prevention strategies. He has served as a consultant to the U.S. government and the United Nations on police reform in Bosnia. He was a member of the international Oversight Commission for the reform of the police of Northern Ireland 2000-2007 and is currently a member of the UN's International Police Advisory Committee and its Global Police Policy Community advisory group.
Date: Wednesday 10 September
Time: 6pm refreshments followed by 7pm lecture
Venue: SLQ Auditorium 1, level 2, State Library of Queensland
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