Jarrett Blaustein is an Associate Professor and Director of Education at the ANU School of Regulation and Global Governance (RegNet) and Associate Editor (Australia/NZ/Asia-Pacific) for Policing and Society.

His interdisciplinary research considers how and why societies govern and deliver security during or in anticipation of crises. Much of his work to date is anchored in the idea that policing is best studied as networks or ‘webs’ of actors whose interactions collectively serve to advance or reproduce particular versions of social order. This reveals how global forces and transnational linkages shape the governance and delivery of security in different contexts.

His current work draws on these ideas to explore how different policing networks and actors around the world are adapting to risks, harms and crises associated with climate change, and what this means for the future of policing.

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