Australian Institute of Criminology

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Trialling a nature-based intervention with men who perpetrate domestic and family violence

This study trialled an innovative program to address men’s use of violence against women. It combined a standard intervention with an added gardening component. It suggests initial positive trends in improving men’s wellbeing and engagement.

Corrections agencies' use of digital service delivery applications during COVID-19

This paper draws on the results of a scoping review of digital developments in corrections. It examines the impact of the shift to digital platforms on the way that activities and services were delivered and on the way that these digital solutions were shaped by...

Identity crime and misuse in Australia 2023

This study presents findings from the Australian Cybercrime Survey related to identity crime and misuse. Thirty-one percent of respondents experienced identity crime in their lifetime, and 20 percent in the past 12 months. Almost half of identity crime victims reported that suspicious transactions appeared in...

Cybercrime in Australia 2023

This is the first report in the 'Cybercrime in Australia' series, which aims to provide a clearer picture of the extent of cybercrime victimisation, help-seeking and harms among Australian computer users. It is based on a survey of over 13,000 computer users conducted in early...

Preventing child sexual abuse material offending: an international review of initiatives

This study reviews initiatives that aim to prevent child sexual abuse material (CSAM) offending, including evidence of effectiveness. Information was sourced via a literature search and input from an international expert advisory group.