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Measuring Fear

This blog was produced as part of our seminar series: Governance and the power of fear, which runs until

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Criminal trade in new synthetic drugs

The criminal trade in new synthetic drugs is profitable, sophisticated, dangerous, and rapidly expanding. In this latest research from RegNet’s Roderic Broadhurst, he examines the transnational links between organised crime groups, and the implications of the expansion of the trade for law enforcement agencies in Asia and Oceania.

Corruption and dysfunction in Indonesian prisons

The New York Times reported that “[Indonesian] prisons are overcrowded and have far too few guards.

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How likely is it that murderers will re-offend?

The latest research from Rod Broadhurst and Ross Maller has the answers.

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Updated:  10 August 2017/Responsible Officer:  Director, RegNet/Page Contact:  Director, RegNet