Dr Andrew Groves is a lecturer in Criminology. Andrew completed his PhD in 2013 in the School of Law at Flinders University, Adelaide. Andrew specialises in research on alcohol and other drug (AOD) use and its relationship with drug policy, with a focus on methamphetamines and the experiences of young people. He has published in leading journals in this area, and is currently examining the emergence of ‘ice’ in rural and regional areas of Australia, as well as the challenges and risks to the community posed by the (ab)use of alcohol. His broader research interests include intergenerational incarceration, correctional corruption and victim self-medication.