A/Prof David Indermaur
The Academic Details listed below present information collected by the University up to the end of 2012 and thus may not represent the full academic record.
Roberts, L.D., Indermaur, D.W., Spiranovic, C.A. 2013, 'Fear of Cyber-Identity Theft and Related Fraudulent Activity', Psychiatry Psychological and Law, 20, 3, pp. 315-328. Detail
Indermaur, D.W. 2012, 'Engaging the Public in the Development of Sentencing Policy', International Journal for Criminal Justice, 1, 1, pp. 27-37. Detail
Roberts, L.D., Indermaur, D.W. 2012, Are Neighbourhood Incivilities Associated with Fear of Crime in Australia: Identity, Fear and Governance in the 21st Century, ANU E Press , Canberra Detail
Indermaur, D.W., Roberts, L., Spiranovic, C.A., MacKenzie, G., Gelb, K. 2012, 'A matter of judgement: The effects of information and deliberation on public attitudes to punishment', Punishment and Society, 14, 2, pp. 147-165. Detail
Spiranovic, C.A., Roberts, L.D., Indermaur, D.W. 2012, 'What Predicts Punitiveness? An Examination of Predictors of Punitive Attitudes towards Offenders in Australia', Psychiatry, Psychology and Law, 19, 2, pp. 249-261. Detail
Associate Professor David Indermaur, Mr Taruia Nicholls 2009, 'WA Diversion Program - 2009 Evaluation (POP/STIR/IDP)', Drug & Alcohol Office, Department of Health WA.
Associate Professor David Indermaur 2008, 'Sentencing and Public Confidence Public Perceptions and the Role of the Public in Sentencing Practice and Policy', University of Southern Queensland Ex ARC Discovery Projects.
Dr Lynne Roberts, Associate Professor David Indermaur 2007, 'Provision of Outcome Evaluation of Prison Drug Free Units', WA Department of Corrective Services.
Associate Professor David Indermaur, Dr Lynne Roberts 2007, 'Evaluating the Effectiveness of the Name and Shame Campaign to Reduce Building Site Theft in Western Australia', WA Office of Crime Prevention.
Associate Professor David Indermaur, Dr Lynne Roberts 2007, 'Evaluating the Effectiveness of the Eyes on the Street Programme in WA', WA Office of Crime Prevention.
2013 PhD. Miss Ferrante. Supervised by: A/Prof Indermaur, Dr Zubrick, A/Prof Morgan, Dr Tubex