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
3 April 2017

Examines the age profile of the NSW offender population with particular attention given to older offenders.

Statistics
3 April 2017

This report presents data on crime reported to, or detected by, the NSW Police Force from January 1995 to December 2016, with a focus on the statistical trends for the 24 months ending December...

Report
6 March 2017

This study finds that restrictions on the availability of alcohol appear to have reduced non-domestic assault in the target precincts, but that continued research is needed to monitor displacement...

ReportStatistics
30 January 2017

This report presents twenty-four months of reception, discharge and custody population data for New South Wales and comparisons between the current and previous quarter for age, gender, indigenous...

Report
14 December 2016

Factors associated with a higher risk of intimate partner violence include being younger, Australian-born, having a long-term health condition, lacking social support, experiencing financial...

Report
24 November 2016

Examines whether there has been any change in the rate of reporting of assaults at The Star casino by staff before and after the lockout reforms were introduced in February 2014.

Report
31 October 2016

Compares the accuracy of Autoregressive Integrated Moving Average (ARIMA) model and Holt-Winters additive exponential smoothing method for forecasting the size of the total NSW adult prison...

Report
27 October 2016

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 and the...

Report
20 October 2016

Estimates the proportion of ADVOs breached and identifies factors associated with a breach of a final order.

Evaluation
18 October 2016

These early results suggest that the success of the Rolling List Court (RLC) model to date is promising.