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Examines community perceptions of crime and safety, offender rates and characteristics, crime rates, victims; measures of policy effectiveness, courts (including bail and sentencing outcomes);recidivism; corrections (including prison population levels); and expenditure on the criminal justice system.
Summary Crime and justice are complex and...
This report into the use of force in Queensland's youth detention centres follows an investigation into six instances where young people sustained significant injuries.
The injuries experienced by the young people as a result of an application of use of force, ranged from fractures...
This brief describes some of the promising efforts to reduce Indigenous family violence in Australia and overseas, including both government and community initiatives, as well as support mechanisms and measures for victims.
The issue of family violence in Indigenous communities across Australia has been...
Anti-discrimination protection could provide the missing link in Australia’s regulatory response to domestic violence, playing a normative role in discouraging negative stereotyping, and in doing so, empower victims to seek support.
Financial security is a key enabler for victims of family violence to leave...
Each year, the AIC conducts an online survey on behalf of the Australasian Consumer Fraud Taskforce (ACFT) to assess consumer fraud experiences of those who choose to participate, this report considers the long term results of the survey. Between 2007 and 2011, the surveys sought...
This report presents the findings of the eighth annual survey of the fraud experiences of Australian Government agencies reported pursuant to the Commonwealth Fraud Control Guidelines 2002 (the Guidelines). It is the fourth survey undertaken by the Australian Institute of Criminology (AIC) and the fifteenth...