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The number of federal offences finalised in Australia's criminal courts increased by nine per cent in 2012-13, despite a four per cent decrease in the number of federal defendants.
Over a third of court cases finalised during 2012-13 were for traffic offences, finds this report on the characteristics and outcomes of finalised defendants and the sentence outcomes associated with those proven guilty.
In the December quarter 2013, the average daily number of full-time prisoners in Australia was 32,240 persons.
This collection provides statistics relating to the number and characteristics of alleged offenders (hereafter referred to as "offenders") who have been proceeded against by police during the 12 month reference period. This includes their age, sex, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander status,...