Violence against women. Podcast Askle B&B Corner 35

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Vince Hurley (PhD) is a university lecturer specialising on the contemporary role of the police and policing within criminological theories. He also lectures on Crisis Management and Disaster Relief.

Before joining the Department of Security Studies and Criminology at Macquarie University Vince spent 29 years as an operational police officer in the New South Wales Police Force achieving the rank of Detective Superintendent.

Whilst in the NSW Police Force he was seconded to the NSW Department of Premier and Cabinet engineering statewide crime reduction policy in reducing the prevalence of domestic violence. Because of this work he was awarded a number of national and State awards by Australian Institute of Criminology and NSW Parliament.

Recently, Vince was on the ABC Q&A program where he made a passionate plea for politicians to take domestic violence seriously and create change.
Period14 May 2023
Held atDepartment of Security Studies and Criminology
Degree of RecognitionInternational