This study of domestic violence perpetrated by juveniles has found that in the majority of cases the victim is a family member, typically the parent of the offender.
Both crime victim survey data and recorded crime data suggest that the victimisation rate for domestic and family violence has declined in NSW over the time period examined.
Aim: To investigate whether the NSW Higher and Local Courts have become more lenient across a range of offence categories.
Method: Examination of trends from 1994 to 2013 in bail outcomes, the use of imprisonment as a sanction for convicted offenders, and...
Aim: To describe and discuss trends in age-specific rates of offending for property crime, robbery and serious assault.
Method: Descriptive statistics and graphical displays.
Results: The number of people apprehended by police for property crime and robbery has fallen sharply...
Being a victim of violent crime has a damaging effect on mental health, particularly for women, according to this report.
The needs and experiences of victims of crime have become increasingly recognised as an important aspect of criminal justice and public policy. In Australia,...