The truth about crime on the Gold CoastPosted: October 17, 2012
‘Armed robberies are increasing.’
‘Guns are prevalent on the Gold Coast.’
‘Bikies are taking over the Gold Coast.’
These are just some of the statements currently broadcast by media and journalist almost on a daily basis. But are they necessarily true?
Next Tuesday 23 October, Friends of the Library will be hosting ‘Crime on the Gold Coast’, a panel discussion with Gold Coast Superintendent Paul Ziebarth, Professor Paul Mazerolle and Associate Professor Janet Ransely. You are invited to join us for an interesting night of discussion as this panel of leading criminologists and industry experts reveal truths and debunk myths.
Meet our Panel members
• Superintendent Paul Ziebarth, District Officer Gold Coast Police District
• Professor Paul Mazerolle, Pro Vice Chancellor, Arts Education and Law, Griffith University
• Associate Professor Janet Ransley, Head of School, School of Criminology and Criminal Justice, Griffith University
After the lecture, Friends of the Library members are invited to enjoy a networking cocktail function. Becoming a member is so easy; membership is $25 annually and includes a variety of benefits.
When: Tuesday 23 October 2012
6:00pm: Public Lecture
7:00pm: Friends members-only networking function
Where: Glycomics Lecture Theatre, G26 Room 4.09, Griffith University, Gold Coast Campus.
To register for this event visit: crimegc.eventbrite.com.au
For more information, contact Anna Scheuringer: firstname.lastname@example.org