Specialisation: Organised crime, policing, corruption, law enforcement, crime policy
Professor ANDREW GOLDSMITH is the Director, Centre for Crime Policy and Research, Flinders University. Professor Goldsmith has longstanding research interests in the areas of policing, transnational and organised crime, and corruption. His current ARC projects examine the role of guns in crime and the Internet as a facilitator of youth delinquency. He has previously served on the ARC Humanities and Creative Arts panel and as a member of the HCA Panel in the ERA 2015. Other key appointments since 2000 include adviser to the Open Society Justice Initiative, consultant for UNDP, and member of the UN Police Division advisory group on international police peacekeeping deployments.
Director, Centre for Crime Policy and Research, Flinders University;
Co-editor, ANZ Journal of Criminology
Member, Australian and New Zealand Society of Criminology,
Barrister and Solicitor, South Australia and Victoria
Goldsmith, AJ, Halsey, M & Groves, A 2016 Tackling Correctional Corruption Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke, England.
Goldsmith, AJ & Brewer, R 2015 “Digital Drift and the Criminal Interaction Order” Theoretical Criminology 19(1), 112-130.
Goldsmith, AJ 2015 “Disgracebook Policing: Social Media and the Rise of Police Indiscretion” Policing & Society, 25(3), 249-267.
Goldsmith, AJ, Halsey, M & Bamford, D 2015 “Achieving restorative justice: Assessing contrition and forgiveness in the adult conference process” ANZ Journal of Criminology 48 (4), 483-497.
Goldsmith, AJ & Halsey, M 2013 “Cousins in Crime: Mobility, Place and Belonging in Chronic Indigenous Youth Co-Offending”British Journal of Criminology, 57, 1157-1177.
Email: andrew.goldsmith [at] flinders.edu.au
Work Phone: 08 8201 3114