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This publication presents national crime statistics relating to victims of a selected range of personal and household offences that have been recorded by police during a 12 month reference period. This publication provides a breakdown of the selected offences by victim characteristics (age and sex);...
Presents statistics relating to the criminal jurisdictions of the Higher (Supreme and Intermediate), Magistrates' and Children's Courts across Australia for the period 1 July 2013 to 30 June 2014.
Summary This publication presents nationally comparable statistics relating to the criminal jurisdictions of the...
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.
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,...
Contains summary data about victims for a selected range of personal and household offences including physical assault, threatened assault, personal robbery, sexual assault, household break-in, motor vehicle theft, theft from a motor vehicle, malicious property damage and other theft.
This publication examines the relationship between disability due to a mental health condition and crime victimisation, and how this relationship varies across different sociodemographic groups.
Mental health and crime are two major areas of social concern for the Australian community and...
The Non–observed economy (NOE) refers to economic transactions that are missing from the national accounts because the transactions are "underground, illegal, informal, contribute to production for own use or are missed". This information paper reviews the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) methodologies...
This publication presents national statistics on prisoners who were in adult corrective services custody on 30 June 2012. These statistics describe the characteristics of prisoners, their sentence length, the most serious offence/charge for which offenders are imprisoned, and provide a basis for measuring change over...
This article explores the relationship between experiences of crime victimisation and self-reported measures of social capital and social cohesion.
It is widely acknowledged that a complex relationship exists between crime, feelings of personal safety, and social wellbeing. Experiences of crime and feelings of personal...
These statistics describe the characteristics of Federal defendants with finalised offences, including information about their offences and sentence outcomes.
Provides comparable data showing the number of defendants with Federal offences dealt with by the Higher (Supreme and Intermediate), Magistrates' and Children's criminal courts for...