What kind of impact is migration having on contemporary crime control and criminal justice agencies?
Control of migration is becoming an increasingly important task of contemporary policing and criminal justice agencies. The purpose of this project is to map the progressive intertwining and merging of crime control and migration control practices in Europe and to examine their implications.
The project aims to analyse the impact that the growing emphasis on migration control is having on criminal justice agencies such as the police, prisons and detention facilities.
- Criminological Horizons lecture announced: ‘Bordered Penality: Abnormal Justice and Precarious Membership’Monash Criminology will host the 2013 Criminological Horizons Public Lecture to be presented by Professor Franko Katja Aas (University of Oslo) on ‘Bordered penality: abnormal justice and precarious membership’. While Australia and Norway may seem geographically very far apart, Professor Aas believes there is rich potential for lesson-drawing between the two countries in terms of how ... Read more