Anthony Morgan is a Research Manager with the Australian Institute of Criminology. He has held this role since 2014. Anthony currently leads a program of research on policing responses to family and domestic violence.
Since joining the AIC in 2006 Anthony has been Principal or Co-Investigator on more than 50 research projects worth over $6 million. He has spent the last ten years evaluating a wide range of government programs designed to prevent and reduce crime, including in the areas of crime and violence prevention, policing technology, specialist court models and offender rehabilitation. He has also conducted research on a wide range of crime prevention topics, including situational crime prevention, the use of CCTV and responses to alcohol-related violence in the night time economy. Anthony regularly provides evaluation advice to government agencies and delivers crime prevention and evaluation training.
In 2012, Anthony was responsible for the development of the National Crime Prevention Framework, and in 2014 he was the recipient of the Adam Sutton Crime Prevention Award for his research into local crime prevention.
Prior to joining the AIC, Anthony was a policy officer with the WA Police Office of Crime Prevention. Anthony holds a Master of Criminology and Justice and a Bachelor of Arts (Justice Studies) from Edith Cowan University.