NSW Bureau of Crime Statistics and Research

Source Details

Link to organisation: http://www.lawlink.nsw.gov.au/

Source Acronym: BOCSAR

Owning Institution: Government of New South Wales

Source Type: Government

Report
18 January 2016

Prolific offenders are found to make a disproportionate contribution to the total volume of offending and recidivism, according to this report.

Report
14 January 2016

This study examined whether the inclusion of child protection data improves the ability to predict re-offending in young persons with few prior formal contacts with the criminal justice system....

Statistics
31 December 2015

This report presents 24 months of reception, discharge and custody population data and comparisons between the current and previous quarter for age, gender, indigenous status, most serious offence...

Report
2 November 2015

The NSW adult prison population grew by 14 per cent between October 2014 and September 2015, reaching a new record high in September this year of 11,801.

Report
19 October 2015

Most offenders convicted in the NSW criminal courts were reconvicted of a further offence within 10 years of their offence.

Report
19 October 2015

Compares crime trends in New South Wales (NSW), Australia, New Zealand, Canada, the USA, England and Wales, and Scandinavia.

Report
9 September 2015

This report uses various data sources to show the incidence of night-time alcohol-related violence and other alcohol harm in the Sydney CBD in the ten years prior to the 2014 lockout intervention...

Report
7 September 2015

Identifies the situational and offender characteristics associated with prison sentences for Apprehended Domestic Violence Order (ADVO) breaches.

Report
24 August 2015

This report describes the growth in trial court delay in the NSW District Criminal Court and the factors affecting it.

Report
19 August 2015

Examines trends in bail and remand in New South Wales prior to and immediately following the implementation of the Bail Act (2013) on 20 May 2014 and the ‘show cause’ amendments on 28 January 2015...