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Professor Lorraine Mazerolle

BA, BA(Hons) (Flinders), MA, PhD (Rutgers)

Elected: 2014

Discipline: Sociology

Specialisation: Multi-level, quantitative survey research; community regulation; civil remedies; street-level drug law enforcement, systematic reviews

Profile

Professor Lorraine Mazerolle is a Research Professor and Program Leader in the Institute for Social Science Research, The University of Queensland. She is an experimental criminologist with experience in Australia and the US running large, randomised field trials that evaluate the effectiveness of various crime prevention and crime control interventions. Professor Mazerolle was awarded an ARC Laureate Fellowship (2010–2015) to advance the theory of third party partnership policing and develop the capacity for experimental criminology both here in Australia and elsewhere in the world.

Other areas of expertise include: multi-level, quantitative survey research; community regulation, problem-oriented policing, civil remedies, street-level drug law enforcement, systematic reviews.

Key appoinments in the last ten years: Chief Investigator, ARC Centre of Excellence for Children and Families over the Life Course; Foundation Director and Chief Investigator, ARC Centre of Excellence in Policing and Security; Chief Investigator, Drug Policy Modelling Program

Appointments

Chair in Criminology, Institute for Social Science Research (ISSR), The University of Queensland; 2009–present

Adjunct Professor, School of Criminology and Criminal Justice, Griffith University; 2009–present

Editor-in-Chief, Journal of Experimental Criminology, 2014–present

Chief Investigator, ARC Centre of Excellence for Children and Families over the Life Course (2014–2021)

Chief Investigator, ARC Centre of Excellence in Policing and Security (CEPS), 2007–2013

Foundation Director, Australian Research Council Centre of Excellence in Policing and Security (CEPS), Griffith University; 2007–2009

Professor, School of Criminology and Criminal Justice, Griffith University; 2006–2009

Deputy Director, Key Centre for Ethics, Law, Justice and Governance, Griffith University; 2005–2006

Associate Professor, School of Criminology and Criminal Justice, Griffith University; 2003–2006

Honorary Fellow, School of Government, Tasmanian Institute for Law Enforcement Studies (TILES), University of Tasmania; 2003–2007

Lecturer, School of Criminology and Criminal Justice, Griffith University; 2000–2002

Associate Professor, Division of Criminal Justice, University of Cincinnati; 1999–2000

Director, Center for Criminal Justice Research, University of Cincinnati; 1996–1999

Assistant Professor, Division of Criminal Justice, University of Cincinnati; 1995–1999

Assistant Professor, College of Criminal Justice, Northeastern University; 1993–1995

Senior Research Fellow, Center for Crime Prevention Studies, Rutgers University; 1993–1999

Associate Director, Center for Crime Prevention Studies, Rutgers University; 1992–1993

Field Research Director, Drug Market Analysis Project, Center for Crime Prevention Studies, Rutgers University; 1990–1994

Senior Research Officer, National Police Research Unit, Federal Attorney-General’s Department; 1988–1990

Senior Research Officer, South Australian Police Department; 1986–1988

Project Officer, Office of Crime Statistics, Attorney-General’s Department, South Australia; 1986–1986

Project Officer, Research and Planning Section, Department of Correctional Services, South Australia; 1985–1986

Awards

Memberships:

Honorary member, Australia and New Zealand Society of Evidence Based Policing (2014–present)

British Society of Criminology, Specialist Network (Policing Network) (2011– present)

American Society of Criminology, Division of Experimental Criminology (DEC) (2010–present); Foundational Vice-Chair (2010–2011); Chair (2014–2015)

Academy of Experimental Criminology (AEC) Elected Fellow (2003–present); Vice-President (2008, 2009); President (2010, 2011)

American Society of Criminology (ASC) (1990 to present)

Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences (ACJS) (1990 to present)

Australian and New Zealand Society of Criminology (ANZSOC) (1985 to 1991; 2001 to present)

 

Fellowships/Awards:

Australian Research Council Laureate Fellowship (2010–2015)

Joan McCord Award, Academy of Experimental Criminology (2013)

Uniquest Trailblazer, Finalist with Dr Gentry White & Dr Andrew Smith for “Harvest Automatic Database Creation Software” (2011)

American Society of Criminology, Division of International Criminology Freda Adler Distinguished International Scholar Award (2010)

Distinguished Alumni Recognition Award, School of Criminal Justice 30 year Anniversary, Rutgers University (2004)

University of Cincinnati, Research Challenge Award (1997–1998)

Distinguished Research Award 1995–96, Division of Criminal Justice, University of Cincinnati

Rutgers Graduate Scholars Award for 1991–1992

Australian Federation of University Women (AFUW) Fellowship 1990–1991

Rutgers Graduate Scholars Award for 1990–1991

Rutgers University School of Criminal Justice Fellowship for 1990–1991

Publications

1. Mazerolle, L., & Ransley, J. (2005). Third party policing. Cambridge Studies in Criminology Series. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
2. Mazerolle, L., Antrobus, E.,  Bennett, S., & Tyler, T. R. (2013). Shaping citizen perceptions of police legitimacy: A randomized field trial of procedural justice. Criminology, 51(1), 33–64. doi: 10.1111/j.1745-9125.2012.00289.x

3. Mazerolle, L., Bennett, S., Davis, J., Sargeant, E., &  Manning, M. (2013). Procedural justice and police legitimacy: A systematic review of the research evidence. Journal of Experimental Criminology, 9(3), 245–274. doi: 10.1007/s11292-013-9175-2
4. Wickes, R., Hipp, J., Zahnow, R., & Mazerolle, L. (2013). “Seeing” minorities and perceptions of disorder: Explicating the mediating and moderating mechanisms of social cohesion. Criminology, 51(3), 519–560. doi: 10.1111/1745-9125.12011
5. Mazerolle, L., Bennett, S., Antrobus, E., & Eggins, E. (2012). Procedural justice, routine encounters and citizen perceptions of police: Main findings from the Queensland Community Engagement Trial (QCET). Journal of Experimental Criminology, 8, 343–367. doi: 10.1007/s11292-012-9160-1

Contact

Website: http://www.issr.uq.edu.au/staff/mazerolle-lorraine
Email: l.mazerolle [at] uq.edu.au

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