Organisation

Centre for Innovative Justice

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Acronym:
CIJ
Discussion paper

Double jeopardy: the economic and social costs of keeping women behind bars

This paper provides a foundational framework outlining the clear need to reform the imprisonment of women in Australia. It seeks to highlight the key issues and emphasise the urgent need to reduce rates of female imprisonment through a nationally consistent approach.
Evaluation

Evaluation of the pre-court support for adolescents using violence in the home (AVITH) pilot: final evaluation report

This evaluation represents an important addition to the evolving understanding of the issue of adolescent violence in the home (AVITH) and, in particular, the way in which Victoria’s current family violence response drives young people into contact with the justice system.
Interactive resource

Future-proofing safety

The Centre for Family Research and Evaluation has recently commenced 'Future-proofing Safety', a major research project examining how family violence in Victoria has changed since the COVID-19 pandemic began. This first interactive report includes three organisational case studies, each exploring family violence service data before...
Discussion paper

Leaving custody behind: foundations for safer communities and gender-informed criminal justice systems - issues paper

The purpose of this paper is to highlight the rising rates of women’s incarceration in Victoria and to build foundations for an alternative trajectory.
Discussion paper

Behind closed doors: Adolescent Violence in the Home (AVITH) during COVID and challenges to come

This paper seeks to highlight the potential impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on the use of violence by adolescents against their family members.