Tasmanian Institute of Law Enforcement Studies (TILES)

Research Information


Our Research

Our research is recognised locally, nationally and internationally and its reputation is built on professionalism and innovation.

The following theme areas are currently undertaken by the Institute:

Practitioners and Academics - Working Together

TILES is committed to excellence in collaborative and interdisciplinary research that links practitioners with academics - together improving the quality of law enforcement and enhancing community safety.

Membership and Collaboration

The Institute is in active collaborative relationship with many (local, national and international) research centres, institutions and organisations. TILES is a member of the Criminology, Law and Police Studies Research Group (CLP) at the University of Tasmania. The CLP research group aims to pursue new and innovative collaborative research opportunities with scholars across several major disciplines.

Successful Partnership

TILES is engaged in successful partnerships with the Department of Police, Fire and Emergency Management (DPFEM) and other organisations.

Research with the Department of Police, Fire and Emergency Management

The Department of Police, Fire and Emergency Management (DPFEM) provides strong commitment and support to TILES in research that improves the quality of law enforcement and enhances community safety in Tasmania and Nationally.

  • Researchers who wish to access Tasmania Police facilities or data will need to submit an application to conduct research with the Department of Police, Fire and Emergency Management.
  • The application is available on Tasmania Police website. Applicants will be advised of application outcomes by Tasmania Police.

Higher Degree by Research Programs

The Institute provides opportunities for Higher Degree by Research (HDR) programs - the Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) and Master of Research (MRes), and full fee paying postgraduate courses.

Research Integrity and Ethics

Prescribed standards of ethical conduct and performance are expected of all persons engaged in research at or through the University of Tasmania. TILES is committed to high ethical standards of research practice that is applied in all aspects of research.

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