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Awards and grants

Australian Crime and Violence Prevention Awards

The annual Australian Crime and Violence Prevention Awards recognise and reward good practice in the prevention or reduction of violence and other types of crime in Australia. The awards encourage public initiatives, and assist governments in identifying and developing practical projects which will reduce violence and other types of crime in the community.

Any government agency, not-for-profit organisation or individual person making a significant contribution to a project in Australia can be nominated for an award. Projects may address specific groups such as rural and remote communities, women, children, youth, family, migrant, ethnic or Indigenous communities, or specific problems such as alcohol-related violence.

Nominations for the 2019 ACVPA are now closed.

Winners of the 2019 ACVPA will be announced at Parliament House on 26 November 2019.

View the 2018 award winners.

View the 2017 award winners.

Criminology Research Grants - 2019 round now closed

The Australian Institute of Criminology (AIC) invites applications from individuals or organisations seeking to undertake quality research, which is relevant to both current and future Australian criminal justice policy and makes a substantial and original contribution to criminological knowledge. Grants are made by the Criminology Research Advisory Council and publications can be viewed at the Criminology Research Grants website.

The AIC encourages applications from organisations or collaborative teams with a demonstrated capacity to deliver high quality criminological research outcomes.

For more information or to make a submission please visit the Aus Tender website.

Important date

  • Applications closed at 5pm (AEST) on 27¬†August 2019.

Further information

Please direct enquiries to the CRG Administrator on 02 6268 7450 or email crg [at] aic.gov.au.

 

Last updated
22 October 2019