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Community safety: August 2014

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Journal articles

  • A new point of view / Megan Gates
    Security management 58(7) Jul 2014: 26-28
    Summary: Discusses the police officers at the University of Dayton of cameras to document their campus patrol efforts
  • Crime stats provide reality check in Queensland's bikie crackdown / Terry Goldsworthy
    The conversation. 01 Sep 2014:[7, iii] p
  • Federal post-conviction supervision outcomes : arrests and revocations / James L Johnson
    Federal probation 78(1) Jun 2014: 3-11
  • Fighting crime with rugby and referees
    New Zealand Police Association police news 47(7) Aug 2014: 173
  • Firearm homicide and other causes of death in delinquents : a 16-year prospective study / Linda A. Teplin, Jessica A Jakubowski, Karen M. Abram, Nichole D Olson, Marquita L Stokes and Leah J Welty
    Pediatrics 134(1) Jun 2014: 63-73
  • High-ranking police with no experience : a potential disaster
    Police journal (South Australia). Aug 2014:16-18
  • Indigenous Australian gambling crime and possible interventions : a qualitative study / Helen Breen, Nerilee Hing and Ashley Gordon
    Asian journal of gambling issues and public health 3(4) 2013: 16 p
  • Introduction to the special issue on queer/ing criminology : new directions and frameworks / Matthew Ball, Carrie L Buist and Jordan Blair Woods
    Critical criminology 22(1) 2014: 1-4
  • Is the lockout legislation reducing alcohol-fuelled violence on Hindley St?
    Police journal (South Australia). Aug 2014:25
  • Legal narratives as significant news sources about mental illness and violent crime / Meron Wondemaghen
    International journal of comparative and applied criminal justice 38(4) Nov 2014: 343-372
  • Making up gangs : looping, labelling and the new politics of intelligence-led policing / Alistair Fraser and Colin Atkinson
    Youth justice 14(2) Aug 2014: 154-170
  • Mandatory sentences can't deliver justice or stop one-punch killings / John L Anderson
    The conversation. 22 Aug 2014:[4, iii] p
  • Manufacturing a crime wave : the Gold Coast saga / Emily Schindeler and Jacqui Ewart
    Media international Australia no. 151 May 2014: 25-36
  • Neighbourhood safety and area deprivation modify the associations between parkland and psychological distress in Sydney, Australia / Shanley Chong, Elizabeth Lobb, Rabia Khan, Hisham Abu-Rayya, Roy Byun and Bin Jalaludin
    BMC public health 13(422) 2013: 1-9
  • Placing the neighbourhood accessibility-burglary link in social-structural context / Jeffrey T Ward, Matt R Nobles, Tasha J Youstin and Carrie Cook
    Crime and delinquency 60(5) Aug 2014: 739-763
  • The case for improving the health of ex-prisoners / Stuart A Kinner and Emily A Wang
    American journal of public health 104(8) Aug 2014: 1352-1355
  • 'The right people to do the right job...' : legitimation work of municipal corporate security personnel / Kevin Walby, Randy Lippert and Blair Wilkinson
    Australian and New Zealand journal of criminology 47(2) 2014: 259-275
  • The three Cs of major event security / Chris Plimley
    Intersec : the journal of international security 24(7) Jul/Aug 2014: 26-28
  • The trends on top / Mark Tarallo
    Security management 58(7) Jul 2014: 36-39
    Summary: Discusses security in a high-rise environments
  • The unraveling of public security in the United States : the dark side of police-community co-production / Russell Brewer and Peter Nils Grabosky
    American journal of criminal justice 39(1) 2014: 139-154
  • Training for CBRN / James Milnes
    Intersec : the journal of international security 24(7) Jul/Aug 2014: 30-32
    Summary: Discusses training for chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear (CBRN), the number one list of threat within the UK National Security Strategy
  • Violence, backpackers, security and critical realism / David Botterill, Shane Boris Pointing, Charmaine S Hayes-Jonkers, Alan R Clough, Trevor Jones and Cristina Rodriguez
    Annals of tourism research vol. 42 2013: 311-333
  • What happens to coroners' recommendations for improving public health and safety? Organisational responses under a mandatory response regime in Victoria, Australia / Georgina Sutherland, Celia Kemp, Lyndal Bugeja, Graham Sewell, Jane Pirkis and David M Studdert
    BMC public health 14(732) 2014: 8 p

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