Dr Anna Corbo Crehan
Criminal Justice Ethics
Anna Corbo Crehan is Lecturer in Policing Studies at Charles Sturt University’s School of Policing Studies in Goulburn, NSW. She teaches on various topics in police and professional ethics, and supervises doctoral students across a range of policing-related topics and international policing contexts. Anna is the Deputy Presiding Officer of the CSU Human Research Ethics Committee, and Managing Editor of the Australian Journal of Professional and Applied Ethics.
Fields of special interest
- Police ethics
- Teaching of Professional and Police Ethics
- Community Policing
- Indigenous rights and historical injustice
- Compensatory justice
‘Policing Students’ Understanding of Obedience to Authority’ [with John Nixon and Ken Wooden], Policing: A Journal of Policy and Practice (2012, volume 6, Number 4, pp. 335–343).
‘”For when equality is given to unequals, the result is inequality”: The Socio-Legal Ethics of Vulnerable People’ (with Bartkowiak-Théron). Ch. 3 in The Vulnerabilities of Policing (Bartkowiak-Théron & Asquith, Eds.), Federation Press (2012).
‘Ethics in Policing’. Ch. 8 in Policing in Practice (Birch and Herrington, Eds), Palgrave Macmillan 2011.
‘Of the Changing Nature of Communities: Implications for Police and Community Policing’ [with I. Bartkowiak-Théron], commissioned chapter in J. Putt (Ed.), Australian Institute Criminology Research and Public Policy Series 111 Community policing in Australia (pp. 9-15) (2010).
‘A new movement in community policing? From community policing to vulnerable people policing’ [with I. Bartkowiak-Théron], commissioned chapter in J. Putt (Ed.), Australian Institute Criminology Research and Public Policy Series 111 Community policing in Australia (pp. 17-23) (2010).
‘"Appropriate" police discretion and Indigenous over-representation in the Criminal Justice System’, submitted to Australian Journal of Professional and Applied Ethics, vol. 11, nos. 1 & 2 (2010)
‘Cynicism and emerging professionals: a cross disciplinary panel discussion’ [with A. Kelly, J. Coyle, H. Latham], submitted to Australian Journal of Professional and Applied Ethics , vol. 11, nos. 1 & 2 (2010)
‘Getting people together: leadership for change as an occupation professionalises’ [with C. Layton & M. Campbell] in Changing university learning and teaching: engaging and mobilising leadership, quality and technology, J. McConachie, M. Singh, P.A. Danaher, F. Nouwens, & G. Danaher, (eds.), Central Queensland University (2008)
‘Understanding and Managing Professional Distance in Policing’ in The Handbook of Police Administration, James Ruiz and Don Hummer (eds.), Taylor and Francis, New York (2008)
‘Turning Mirrors into Windows: Developing Ethics Subjects to Foster Responsible And Professional Police’ [with M. Campbell], Papers of the 14th Annual Australian Association for Professional and Applied Ethics Conference, 27-29 June 2007 (Published in CD format, ISBN: 978-0-9751547-2-4).
‘Understanding and Managing Professional Distance in Policing’ in The Handbook of Police Administration, James Ruiz (ed.), Taylor and Francis, New York (forthcoming)
‘When Should Pastoralists and Aborigines Share Land?, in What’s at Issue Now?, Megan Laverty (ed.), OUP (2000)
‘Land Rights after Mabo – Legal Entitlement or Compensation?’ in What’s in an Issue? – Perspectives on Contemporary Australian Concerns, Megan Laverty (ed.), OUP (1997).