What were they thinking? A discussion paper on brain and behaviour in relation to the justice system in New Zealand

What were they thinking? A discussion paper on brain and behaviour in relation to the justice system in New Zealand is the fourth in a series of reports. It presents strong evidence of the over-representation of people in the criminal justice system who have had brain injuries, shedding new light on the impact of such injuries and developmental differences on both victims and offenders. The report was written by the Chief Scientist for the Justice Sector, Professor Ian Lambie.

MPI’s CSA John Roche discusses M. Bovis on Radio NZ

The Ministry for Primary Industries Chief Science Advisor and member of the Chief Science Advisor Forum John Roche was interviewed by Kathryn Ryan on Radio New Zealand about the efforts to eradicate the Mycoplasma Bovis disease from New Zealand. John discusses the...