This paper uses twenty-five years of data from the National Homicide Monitoring Program to describe the characteristics of homicide incidents perpetrated by offenders aged 10–17 years.
In 2013–14, the homicide incident rate reached a historical low of one per 100,000 people.
Abstract: Describes selected characteristics of Indigenous and non-Indigenous homicides as recorded within the Australian Institute of Criminology’s National Homicide Monitoring Program from 1 July 1989 to 30 June 2012.
Updates Mouzos and Rushforth’s (2003) findings describing characteristics of domestic/family homicides in Australia from 1 July 2002 to 30 June 2012.
In 2003, the Australian Institute of Criminology published a report that drew attention to the characteristics of domestic/family homicide based...
There were 479 homicide incidents involving 511 victims and 532 identified offenders over the two year reporting period.
In this National Homicide Monitoring Program (NHMP) report, the nature and context of homicides occurring throughout the 2010–11 and 2011–12 financial years are...