Oluwagbenga Akinlabi

Senior Lecturer

Research Student Supervision Interests

Corruption and accountability in postcolonial African societies Policing youths and ethnic minorities Policing and (in)security in post-conflict societies Procedural justice and police legitimacy Cyber-enabled crime, online fraud and romance scam Stress and stressors in the criminal justice Crime and psychopathology Media representations of crime and criminal justice Trust and confidence in the criminal justice Terrorism and counter-terrorism Psychosocial predictors of crimes and human behaviour

Organisational affiliations

Education/Academic qualification

  • PhD, Criminology, Griffith University, Mount Gravatt Campus

    Policing in a Lawless Society: A Study of Police Legitimacy and Procedural Justice in Nigeria

    10 Oct 2012 - 11 Oct 2016
  • MPhil, Criminology, University of Cambridge

    Legitimacy, Corruption and Delinquency: A Study of Adolescents' Perceptions and Behaviour in Nigeria

    1 Oct 2010 - 30 Sep 2011
  • MSc, Clinical Psychology, University of Ibadan

    Influence of Self-esteem and Optimism on Anxiety Levels of Soon-to-be-released Inmates in Nigerian Prisons

    27 Nov 2007 - 26 Feb 2010
  • BEd (Hons), Counselling and Guidance, University of Ibadan

    Interactive Effects of Age, Gender, Rank and Emotional Intelligence on Workplace Bullying among Nigeria Police Officers in Ibadan

    7 Jan 2002 - 10 Feb 2006