About us

As a public funding body, the Australian Institute of Criminology is required to maintain a high standard of professionalism and ethical conduct in its operations of the CRG program. In particular, the selection and assessment processes must be, and seen to be, operating fairly, effectively and impartially - it is essential that public confidence in the integrity of the peer review process is maintained. Consequently, the AIC requires members of the Criminology Research Advisory Council to provide assurances that they will abide by the CRG's confidentiality requirements and will disclose any conflicts of interest related to their official duties as members.