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Adrian Cherney

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University of Queensland

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Briefing paper

02 Jun 2017

Procedural justice is concerned with ensuring police treat those they interact with fairly and make fair decisions. It is a key strategy for promoting willingness to cooperate with police. Little is known, however, about how procedural justice might influence young adult drug users.

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Research report

09 Dec 2016

This study examined recidivism in an Australian correctional population. Three different groups of offenders were identified from their recidivism profiles: low-risk or slow recidivists, moderate-risk or delayed recidivists, and high-risk or rapid recidivists. Slow recidivists were more likely...

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09 Aug 2010

 

Public cooperation with police is essential for the effective management of crime and disorder in our society. Understanding factors that shape public cooperation with the police is therefore important. However, Australian and international studies show that police find it difficult to...

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03 Jul 2006

This paper by Adrian Cherney uses existing literature to highlight the place of problem solving in crime prevention, and the need for flexibility, responsiveness, and an understanding of context in using problem solving techniques. It calls for problem solving to play a greater role in the...

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