Dr Emma Antrobus

Senior Lecturer

School of Social Science
Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences
+61 7 334 69306


Emma Antrobus is a criminology lecturer and researcher with the ARC Centre of Excellence for Children and Families over the Life Course in the School of Social Science. Emma has a background in social psychology and has interests in the legitimacy of social agencies and youth involvement in the criminal justice system. Her recent research focuses on randomized controlled trials examining the impact of police behaviour and legitimacy, and interventions for young people at risk.

Research Interests

  • Experimental criminology
  • Policing
  • At-risk youth
  • Jury decision-making


  • Doctor of Philosophy, The University of Queensland
  • Bachelor of Psychological Science with Honours, The University of Queensland


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Book Chapter

  • Bennett, Sarah, Mazerolle, Lorraine, Antrobus, Emma, Martin, Peter and Hine, Lorelei (2019). Trials and tribulations of evidence based procedural justice. In Renée Mitchell and Laura Huey (Ed.), Evidence based policing: an introduction 1st ed. (pp. 145-160) Bristol, United Kingdom: Bristol University Press and Policy Press.

  • Mazerolle, Lorraine, Sargeant, Elise, Cherney, Adrian, Bennett, Sarah, Murphy, Kristina, Antrobus, Emma and Martin, Peter (2014). Why police should care about procedural justice and legitimacy. In Procedural justice and legitimacy in policing (pp. 1-11) Cham: Springer International Publishing. doi:10.1007/978-3-319-04543-6_1

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PhD and MPhil Supervision

Current Supervision