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Georgina Fuller

Academic qualifications

Bachelor of Science (Psychology) (Hons) (Australian National University)

Selected Employment

2013 Acting Research Analyst, Australian Institute of Criminology
2010-2013 Research Officer, Australian Institute of Criminology

Current areas of specialisation/expertise

  • Victims of crime
  • Armed robbery
  • Crime statistics

List of major projects current and past

  • Database of Victimisation Experiences
  • National Armed Robbery Monitoring Program (NARMP)
  • Australian crime: Facts and figures
  • Managing intoxicated offenders: Best practice in responding to individuals affected by drugs and alcohol
  • An empirical basis for the ratio of crowd controllers to patrons
  • Mapping baseline indicators for remote Indigenous communities
  • Evaluation of the Proceeds of Crime Act funding program
  • The Victorian Local Community Crime Prevention Activity Survey
    An examination of the nature and extent of cross border crime between NSW and Queensland


  • Fuller G. (forthcoming). The where and when: A profile of armed robbery by location. Trends and Issues in Crime and Criminal Justice. Borzycki M. & Fuller G. (2014). Armed robbery in Australia 2009-10: National Armed Robbery Monitoring Program report. Monitoring Report. Canberra: AIC
  • Harris R., Edwards D., Homel P & Fuller G. (Forthcoming). An empirical basis for assessing the ration of crowd controllers to patrons (final report). Canberra: National Drug Law Enforcement Research Fund.
  • Homel P & Fuller G. (2012). Locally based approaches to crime prevention and community safety in Victoria. In Parliament of Victoria Drugs and Crime Prevention Committee’s Inquiry into Locally Based Approaches to Community Safety and Crime Prevention. Melbourne: Drugs and Crime Prevention Committee.
  • Fuller G & Willis K. (2012). A review of the administration of the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002 (POCA) funding program. Canberra: Australian Government Attorney-General’s Department
  • Davis B & Fuller G. (2010). Patterns of Cross-Border Crime in New South Wales. Sydney: NSW Police Force.
  • Davis B & Fuller G. (2010). Patterns of Cross-Border Crime in Queensland. Brisbane: Queensland Police Service.


  • Fuller G. (2012). From muggings to hold-ups: An examination of armed robbery typologies and implications for crime prevention. 2012 ANZSOC Conference, Public Criminologies: Crime, Power and Marginalisation. Auckland, November.
  • Fuller G & Willis K. (2012). Locally based crime prevention: Challenges and solutions. Crime Prevention & Communities. Sydney, June.
  • Fuller G (2012). Patterns and trends in armed robbery typologies. National Armed Robbery Program forum.