Professor Tracey Green

Professor Tracey Green has 22 years Police experience as a sworn officer in the UK. Serving to the rank of detective inspector she has extensive experience in the areas of serious and serial criminal investigation, in particular, homicide, drug, and police corruption. Since joining Charles Sturt University Professor Green has been a strong advocate of policing as a profession and has developed a history of collaboration with police and law enforcement agencies ensuring that educational and research opportunities are relevant and aligned to policing. She has also been instrumental in the development of postgraduate courses in the areas of Investigation, Intelligence, Terrorism and Police Leadership all of which involve research by the practitioner into their own area of professional expertise.

Professor Green has been instrumental in establishing formal partnerships between the University and numerous law enforcement agencies both national and International. She has also been Chief Investigator for several ARC grants and has delivered numerous papers at industry conferences. Professor Green is engaged in research in relation to Police Education and Investigative Interviewing and her co-authored textbook ‘Investigative Interviewing Explained’ is currently released as a 4th edition.