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One of the most important recent developments in criminal justice has been that of ‘neighbourhood’ or ‘community’ justice. Community justice recognises the important role that local communities play in responding to crime and provides a way to engage the community in identifying...
This paper explores why people respond to unsolicited invitations for upfront payments to secure a deferred financial benefit that later prove to be fraudulent.
Fraud is Australia's most costly form of crime with the Australian Institute of Criminology estimating that in excess of $8.5b...
Results of a Criminology Research Council funded study argues for a nationwide system of screening of all accused offenders taken into police custody to identify those who require a comprehensive mental health assessment. Cross-agency communication also needs to be encouraged and further developed, and training...