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Jason Payne

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Australian National University

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23 Dec 2016

The relationship between the consumption of alcohol and a range of violent crimes, including homicide, is overwhelmingly acknowledged by criminologists. Less is known about the specifics of this relationship—in particular, whether the worst alcohol related violence occurs in private, or in...

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03 Jul 2015

Over the period 1989 to 2010, there were 123 incidents of arson-associated homicide, involving 170 unique victims and 131 offenders.

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Arson homicides are rare, representing only two percent of all homicides in Australia each year. In this study, data was...

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12 Feb 2015

This research reaffirms the need for intensive accommodation support services to complement criminal justice responses to crime and those who have contact with the criminal justice system.

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It is generally accepted that a person’s living situation, in...

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14 Jan 2014

Executive summary: This report presents the results of Australian Institute of Criminology research on issues and challenges of policing alcohol and illicit drug use among Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in metropolitan environments. This report is a companion to...

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30 Aug 2012

The age at which an individual first experiments with illicit drugs has been of significant interest to policymakers and practitioners, primarily because research has persistently shown a link between early juvenile onset of drug use and less favourable health and criminal justice outcomes in...

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29 May 2012

Monitoring international trends in drug production and supply has been a key function of the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC); it regularly provides between-country comparative data in the World Drug Report and the Global Illicit Drug Trends Report.

These...

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20 Mar 2012

Heavy drug use, of either amphetamines or opioids in the 30 days prior to arrest, is associated with frequency of property offending.

Aim: The primary objective of the current study was to examine whether the frequency of recent illicit drug use is related to...

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04 Nov 2011

 

The latest DUMA data shows that the continuing decline in methamphetamine use since 2004 has ended, with rates of use among police detainees increasing in both 2010 and 2011. Twenty one percent of police detainees in 2011 tested positive to methamphetamine—up from 16 percent in 2010 and...

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12 Aug 2011

 

 

A key part of the Australian Institute of Criminology’s role is to provide a capacity to investigate new and evolving crimes and in the past two years, there has been significant interest in determining the nature and extent to which international students studying in Australia...

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03 Jun 2011

 

A new AIC report where 824 police detainees across the nation were interviewed about their knowledge of emerging and less commonly used illicit drugs, shows different patterns of knowledge and drug use across Australia. Mephedrone, also known as meow meow, drone and MCAT, was the least...

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