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Appendix 1: AIC publications series output

Trends & Issues in Crime and Criminal Justice
461 Bonds, suspended sentences and reoffending: Does the length of the order matter? Suzanne Poynton and Don Weatherburn
460 Mobile device forensics: A snapshot. Christopher Tassone, Ben Martini, Kim-Kwang Raymond Choo and Jill Slay
459 Malicious hoax calls and suspicious fires: An examination of their spatial and temporal dynamics. Jonathan Corcoran, Tara Renae McGee, Michael Townsley, Rebecca Wickes, Renee Zahnow and Tiebei Li
458 Evaluating crime prevention: Lessons from large-scale community crime prevention programs. Anthony Morgan and Peter Homel
457 Youth gangs in a remote Indigenous community: Importance of cultural authority and family support. Teresa Cunningham, Bill Ivory, Richard Chenhall, Rachael McMahon and Kate Senior
456 Cloud computing for small business: Criminal and security threats and prevention measures. Alice Hutchings, Russell G Smith & Lachlan James
455 Good practice lessons from Australian Crime and Violence Prevention Awards winners. Jessica Anderson and Kiptoo Terer
454 The societal costs of alcohol misuse in Australia. Matthew Manning, Christine Smith and Paul Mazerolle
453 Regulating crime prevention design into consumer products: Learning the lessons from electronic vehicle immobilisation. Dr Rick Brown
452 Motor vehicle pursuit-related fatalities in Australia, 2000–11. Mathew Lyneham and Alana Hewitt-Rau
451 Barriers to trafficked persons’ involvement in criminal justice proceedings: An Indonesian case study. Hannah Andrevski, Jacqueline Joudo Larsen & Samantha Lyneham
450 Exploitation of Indonesian trafficked men, women and children and implications for support. Samantha Lyneham and Jacqueline Joudo Larsen
449 Experiences of trafficked persons: An Indonesian sample. Jacqueline Joudo Larsen, Hannah Andrevski and Samantha Lyneham
448 Effective community-based supervision of young offenders. Chris Trotter
447 Indigenous disparity in lower court imprisonment decisions: A study of two Australian jurisdictions, 1998 to 2008. Samantha Jeffries and Christine Bond
446 Profiling heavy vehicle speeding. Katie Willis and Simone Gangell
445 Targeting crime prevention to reduce offending: Identifying communities that generate chronic and costly offenders. Troy Allard, April Chrzanowski and Anna Stewart
443 Sentencing scammers: Law and practice. Lorana Bartels
Research and Public Policy series
23 Targeting crime prevention: Identifying communities that generate chronic and costly offenders. Troy Allard, April Chrzanowski, Anna Stewart
121 Evaluation of the Family Group Conferencing pilot program. Hayley Boxall, Anthony Morgan, Kiptoo Terer
120 Effective crime prevention interventions for implementation by local government. Anthony Morgan, Hayley Boxall, Kym Lindeman, Jessica Anderson
119 Responding to welfare fraud: The Australian experience. Tim Prenzler
118 Evaluation of alternative dispute resolution initiatives in the care and protection jurisdiction of the NSW Children’s Court. Anthony Morgan, Hayley Boxall, Kiptoo Terer, Dr Nathan Harris
117 The anti-money laundering and counter-terrorism financing regime in Australia: Perceptions of regulated businesses in Australia. Julie Walters, Russell G Smith, Brent Davis, Kim-Kwang Raymond Choo and Hannah Chadwick
Monitoring reports
21 Homicide in Australia: 2008–09 to 2009–10 National Homicide Monitoring Program annual report. Andy Chan and Jason Payne
20 Deaths in custody in Australia to 30 June 2011: Twenty years of monitoring by the National Deaths in Custody Program since the Royal Commission into Aboriginal Deaths in Custody. Mathew Lyneham and Andy Chan
Technical and Background papers
56 Australasian Consumer Fraud Taskforce: Results of the 2012 online consumer fraud survey. Penny Jorna and Alice Hutchings
55 ACT victims of crime referral project: Final report. Kiah McGregor, Lauren Renshaw and Hannah Andrevski
54 Measuring mental health in criminology research: Lessons from the Drug Use Monitoring in Australia program. Lubica Forsythe
53 A tough nut to crack: Performance measurement in specialist policing. Zhivan Alach and Charl Crous
52 ACT Family Violence Intervention Program review. Tracy Cussen and Mathew Lyneham
51 Evaluation of the ACT Sexual Assault Reform Program (SARP): Final report. Jessica Anderson, Kelly Richards and Katie Willis
50 Australasian Consumer Fraud Taskforce: Results of the 2010 and 2011 online consumer fraud surveys. Alice Hutchings and Jade Lindley
49 First-response police officers working in single person patrols: A literature review. Jessica Anderson and Kym Dossetor
Research in practice
34 Police shootings of people with a mental illness
32 Forced and servile marriage in the context of human trafficking
31 Homicides involving international visitors in Australia
30 Convictions for summary insolvency offences committed by company directors
29 Male and female assault offending in Australia
28 ‘Initiation into drug use’ addendum: Findings from the DUMA program
Other AIC publications
Australian Crime Commission and Australian Institute of Criminology 2012. Serious and Organised Investment Fraud in Australia. Canberra: ACC
Australian crime: Facts & Figures 2012
Brief: Newsletter of the Australian Institute of Criminology No. 11 December 2012
AIC reports for client partner agencies
Boxall H, Morgan A & Terer K 2012. Evaluation of the Family Group Conferencing pilot program. Report to the NSW Department of Family and Community Services
Bricknell S & Smith RG 2013. Developing a monitoring framework for identity crime and misuse. A report to the Australian Government Attorney-General’s Department. Canberra: Australian Institute of Criminology: 1–39
Bricknell S, Boxall H & Andrevski H 2013. Male victims of non-sexual and non-domestic violence: Service needs and experiences in court. Final report to Victim Services, NSW Department of Attorney General and Justice
Beacroft L, Rosevear L, Willis M & Hedwards B 2012. Australian Classification Education (ACE) campaign evaluation. Final report to the Northern Territory Department of Justice
Stewart J, Hedwards B, Richards K, Willis M & Higgins D 2013. Indigenous Youth Justice programs evaluation: Final report
James L, Hutchings A & Smith RG 2012. Final report: Cloud computing threat assessment for small business. Report prepared by the Australian Research Council Centre of Excellence in Policing and Security and the Australian Institute of Criminology for the Department of Broadband, Communications and the Digital Economy, Canberra. Released with National Strategy on 29 May 2013
Morgan A 2013. A cost-benefit model for imprisonment and community correction in Victoria: Feasibility study. Report to Corrections Victoria
Morgan A 2013. Short-term cost-benefit model for imprisonment and community correction in Victoria: Technical report. Report to Corrections Victoria
Morgan A 2013. Performance measurement and evaluation framework for the City of Sydney Safe City Strategy. Report to the City of Sydney
Smith RG, Jorna P, Sweeney J & Fuller G 2013. Counting the costs of crime in Australia: 2011 update. A report to the Australian Government Attorney-General’s Department. Canberra: Australian Institute of Criminology: 1–97

Appendix 2: AIC other publications output

  • Australian Institute of Criminology 2012. Access control and awareness campaigns to prevent residential burglary. Costing framework. Sydney: Department of Attorney-General and Justice
  • Australian Institute of Criminology 2012. Community-based and multi-component strategies to prevent alcohol-related assault in entertainment precincts. Costing framework. Sydney: Department of Attorney-General and Justice
  • Australian Institute of Criminology 2012. CPTED and access control to prevent stealing from motor vehicles. Costing framework. Sydney: Department of Attorney-General and Justice
  • Australian Institute of Criminology 2012. Providing information and assistance to retailers to prevent retail theft. Costing framework. Sydney: Department of Attorney-General and Justice
  • Australian Institute of Criminology 2012. Improving lighting to prevent stealing from motor vehicles. Costing framework. Sydney: Department of Attorney-General and Justice
  • Australian Institute of Criminology 2012. Improving lighting to prevent non-domestic violence related assault. Costing framework. Sydney: Department of Attorney-General and Justice
  • Australian Institute of Criminology 2012. CPTED and awareness campaigns to prevent stealing from person offences. Costing framework. Sydney: Department of Attorney-General and Justice
  • Australian Institute of Criminology 2012. Access control, CPTED and education projects to prevent malicious damage. Costing framework. Sydney: Department of Attorney-General and Justice
  • Boxall H & Morgan A 2012. Improving lighting to prevent stealing from motor vehicles. Fact sheet. Sydney: Department of Attorney-General and Justice
  • Boxall H & Morgan A 2012. Improving lighting to prevent non-domestic violence related assault. Fact sheet. Sydney: Department of Attorney-Generaland Justice
  • Boxall H, Morgan A & Anderson J 2012. Improving lighting to prevent non-domestic violence related assault. Handbook for local government. Sydney: Department of Attorney-General and Justice
  • Boxall H & Morgan A 2012. CPTED and awareness campaigns to prevent stealing from person offences. Fact sheet. Sydney: Department of Attorney-General and Justice
  • Bricknell S 2013. Shooting down gun law critics. Op ed, The Courier Mail 31 January 2013
  • Brown R, Evans E, Webb S, Holdaway S, Berry G, Chenery S, Gresty B & Jones M 2012. The contribution of financial investigation to tackling organised crime: A qualitative study. Home Office Research Report 65. London: Home Office
  • Brown R 2013. Reviewing the effectiveness of electronic vehicle immobilisation: Findings from four countries. Security Journal, advanced online publication, http://dx.doi.org/10.1057/sj.2012.55
  • Brown R 2013. Reaching the parts other investigations cannot reach: Securing convictions for organised crime through financial investigation. Journal of Financial Crime 20(3)
  • Hutchings A 2013. Hacking and fraud: Qualitative analysis of online offending and victimization, in Jaishankar K & Ronel N (eds), Global criminology: Crime and victimization in the globalized era. Boca Raton: CRC Press: 93–114
  • Macgregor S 2013. It is not child pornography: It is a crime scene photo. The Conversation 28 February. http://theconversation.com/it-is-not-child-pornography-it-is-a-crime-scene-photo-12465
  • Macgregor S 2013. Synthetic cannabis: Even regular drug users don’t trust it. The Conversation 18 June. http://theconversation.com/synthetic-cannabis-even-regular-drug-users-dont-trust-it-15122
  • Morgan A 2012. Access control and awareness campaigns to prevent residential burglary. Fact sheet. Sydney: Department of Attorney-General and Justice
  • Morgan A & Anderson J 2012. Access control and awareness campaigns to prevent residential burglary. Handbook for local government. Sydney: Department of Attorney-General and Justice
  • Morgan A & Boxall H 2012. Community-based and multi-component strategies to prevent alcohol-related assault in entertainment precincts. Fact sheet. Sydney: Department of Attorney-General and Justice
  • Morgan A & Anderson J 2012. Community-based and multi-component strategies to prevent alcohol-related assault in entertainment precincts. Handbook for local government. Sydney: Department of Attorney-General and Justice
  • Morgan A & Boxall H 2012. CPTED and access control to prevent stealing from motor vehicles. Fact sheet. Sydney: Department of Attorney-General and Justice
  • Morgan A, Boxall H & Anderson J 2012. CPTED and access control to prevent stealing from motor vehicles. Handbook for local government. Sydney: Department of Attorney-General and Justice
  • Morgan A & Boxall H 2012. Providing information and assistance to retailers to prevent retail theft. Fact sheet. Sydney: Department of Attorney-General and Justice
  • Morgan A & Anderson J 2012. Providing information and assistance to retailers to prevent retail theft. Handbook for local government. Sydney: Department of Attorney-General and Justice
  • Morgan A & Anderson J 2012. Improving lighting to prevent stealing from motor vehicles. Handbook for local government. Sydney: Department of Attorney-General and Justice
  • Morgan A, Boxall H & Anderson J 2012. CPTED and awareness campaigns to prevent stealing from person offences. Handbook for local government. Sydney: Department of Attorney-General and Justice
  • Boxall H & Morgan A 2012. Access control, CPTED and education projects to prevent malicious damage. Fact sheet. Sydney: Department of Attorney-General and Justice
  • Morgan A, Terer K & Anderson J 2012. Access control, CPTED and education projects to prevent malicious damage. Handbook for local government. Sydney: Department of Attorney-General and Justice
  • Richards K & Lyneham S 2012. Ten-hut! Boot camps can’t replace youth programs. The Conversation 4 December
  • Smith RG & Gibbs A 2012. Extending the electronic net in Australia and New Zealand: Developments in electronic monitoring down-under, in Nellis M, Beyens K & Kaminski D (eds), Electronically monitored punishment: International and critical perspectives. Routledge: London
  • Smith RG 2013. Transnational cybercrime and fraud, in Reichel P & Albanese J (eds), Handbook of transnational crime and justice, 2nd ed. New York: Sage Publications. Released May 2013
  • Williams E & Tomison AM 2013. Monitoring and evaluating community based interventions for children and families in the Asia–Pacific region, in Srivastava RN, Seth R & van Niekerk J (eds), Child abuse and neglect: Challenges and opportunities. New Delhi: JayPee: 159–172

Appendix 3: Staff presentations

  • Beacroft L & Renshaw 2012. Sex work and vulnerabilities to exploitation and/or coercion linked to slavery-like situations in Australia. Paper presented to the AIC Trafficking in Persons Research Forum: 29 November 2012
  • Boxall H 2013. Findings and lessons from the evaluation of the NSW Family Group Conferencing pilot program. Paper presented to the Child Aware Approaches Conference, Melbourne: 11–12 April 2013
  • Bricknell S 2012. Firearm trafficking and serious and organised criminal gangs. Presentation to the Australian Federal Police Forensics and Data Centre, Canberra: 7 August 2012
  • Bricknell S 2012. Water theft. Presentation to the Murray Darling Basin Authority, Canberra: 22 August 2012
  • Brown R 2013. Future casting crime in the 21st century. Presentation at the AIC Student Criminology Forum 2012, Canberra: 6 July 2012
  • Brown R and Payne J 2012. Predicting recidivism based on first offence. Paper presented to the National Legal Assistance Advisory Body, Sydney: 28 September 2012
  • Brown R 2013. The role of financial investigation in tackling organised crime: findings from England and Wales. Paper presented to the Australian Institute of Professional Intelligence Analysts, Canberra: 31 January 2013
  • Brown R 2013. International evidence of the effectiveness of electronic vehicle immobilisation: Learning the lessons for crime prevention. Paper presented to Victoria Department of Justice, Melbourne: 26 February 2013
  • Brown R 2013. Insight into the Australian Institute of Criminology. Presentation to the University of the Third Age, Canberra: 27 February 2013
  • Brown R 2013. International trafficking in stolen vehicles: understanding the Australian context. Paper presented to the International Association of Auto Theft Investigators Seminar, Gold Coast: 16 April 2013
  • Brown R 2013. International vehicle immobilisation and trafficking. Paper presented to the South Australia Vehicle Theft Reduction Committee, Vehicle Theft Awareness Seminar, Adelaide: 19 April 2013
  • Brown R 2013. Preparation for the 2015 Crime Congress Workshop 4: Public contribution to crime prevention and raising awareness of criminal justice—experiences and lessons learned. Paper presented to the UN Commission on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice, 22nd Session, Vienna, Austria: 24 April 2013
  • Brown R 2103. Forty years on: recent developments in criminological research at the AIC. Paper presented to Griffith University, Brisbane: 6 May 2013
  • Fuller G 2012. From muggings to hold-ups: An examination of armed robbery typologies and implications for prevention. Paper presented to the 25th Annual Conference of the Australian and New Zealand Society of Criminology, Auckland: 27 November 2012
  • Fuller G & Borzycki M 2012. Armed robbery in Australia: changing patterns of an age-old crime?. Presentation at the AIC Student Criminology Forum 2012, Canberra: 6 July 2012
  • Homel P 2013. Improving the effectiveness of community crime prevention. Paper presented to the Western Australia Local Government Association Local Government Community Safety and Crime Prevention Forum, Perth: 27 May 2013
  • Homel P 2013. Current trends and new directions for crime prevention and community safety in Australia and internationally. Paper presented to the NSW Local Government Community Safety and Crime Prevention Network Conference, Newcastle: 7 March 2013.
  • Homel P 2013. Crime Prevention Partnerships. Paper presented to Crimestoppers Australia National Conference, Sydney: 22 October 2012
  • Homel P 2012. Perspectives on the development and implementation of the UN Guidelines on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice 2002. Paper presented to the International Forum on Safer Cities, UN HABITAT World Urban Forum, Naples, Italy: 5 September 2012
  • Homel P, Fuller, G, Edwards D and Harris R 2013. Crowd control management at venues and events: best practice. Paper presented to the Australasian Drug and Alcohol Strategy Conference, Sydney: 21 March 2013
  • Hutchings A 2013. Cyber crime and safety research, paper presented to the CWG Sub-Working Group on Cyber Safety in Indigenous Communities Research Directions Roundtable, Canberra: 6 February 2013
  • Hutchings A 2013. Filling the gaps in cyberspace: what we know, what we don’t know and what we’re trying to find out, paper to the HOCOLEA Research Network Closed Seminar, Canberra: 27 February 2013
  • Hutchings A 2013. Young cybercriminals: pathways and potential prevention and response strategies. Paper presented to the Australasian Youth Justice Conference, Canberra: 20 May 2013
  • Jorna P 2012. Corruption: An Australian experience. Paper presented to the 25th Annual Conference of the Australian and New Zealand Society of Criminology, Auckland, New Zealand: 27 November 2012
  • Jorna P 2013. Scope and dimensions of fraud in Australia. Paper presented to the 13th Fraud Summit, Sydney: 24 June 2013
  • Jorna P & Hutchings A 2012. Personal fraud: Victims and offenders and changing technologies. Paper presented to the 25th Annual Conference of the Australian and New Zealand Society of Criminology, Auckland, New Zealand: 27 November 2012
  • Jorna P & Smith RG 2013. Public sector fraud. Paper presented to the Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry, Security Awareness Week Seminar, Canberra: 1 March 2013
  • Lyneham M & Chan A 2012, Homicides and deaths in custody: an update on unnatural deaths in Australia, Presentation at the AIC Student Criminology Forum 2012, Canberra, 6 July 2012.
  • Lyneham M 2012, Motor vehicle pursuit-related fatalities in Australia, presentation to the First International Law Enforcement and Public Health Conference, Melbourne: 11–14 November 2012
  • Lyneham M 2013, Key findings from 20 years of monitoring deaths in custody, presentation to the National Corrections Advisory Group, Melbourne: 18 March 2013
  • Lyneham S 2012. Trafficking in persons involving marriage and partner migration, presentation to the National Roundtable on People Trafficking, Canberra: 28 November 2012
  • Lyneham S 2012. Experiences of exploitation, implications for support and participation in the criminal justice system: a case study of Indonesia. Paper presented to the AIC Trafficking in Persons Research Forum: 29 November 2012
  • Lyneham S 2013. Marriage trafficking: forced, servile and sham marriages involving CALD women and their children. Paper presented to the 1st national conference on eliminating violence against CALD women and their children, Canberra: 28-30 April
  • Lyneham S & Richards K 2012. Trafficking in persons involving marriage and partner migration. Paper presented to the AIC Trafficking in Persons Research Forum, 29 November 2012
  • Macgregor S. 2012. Synthetic cannabis: findings from the DUMA program. Paper presented at the 2nd National Cannabis Conference, Brisbane: 19 September 2012
  • Macgregor S 2012. Surveying police detainees: Lessons for future research. Paper presented at the Australian and New Zealand Society of Criminology 2012 Conference: 28 November 2012
  • Macgregor S. 2013. What we know about CEM offenders. Paper presented at the Child Exploitation Material Forum, Canberra: 8 February 2013
  • Morgan A 2012. Evaluation of ADR initiatives in the care and protection jurisdiction of the NSW Children’s Court. Paper presented at Legal Aid NSW’s Care and Protection Conference, Sydney: 31 October 2012
  • Morgan A 2012. Police crime prevention in Australia: findings from a review. Paper presented to the 25th Annual Conference of the Australian and New Zealand Society of Criminology, Auckland: 28 November 2012
  • Morgan A 2013. Alternative dispute resolution initiatives in the care and protection jurisdiction of the NSW Children’s Court. Paper presented to the Child Aware Approaches Conference, Melbourne: 11–12 April 2013
  • Morgan A & Boxall H 2013. Getting the most out of alternative dispute resolution: lessons from the child protection experience. Paper presented to AIC Occasional Seminar series, Canberra: 4 April 2013
  • Morgan A & Brown R 2013. Evaluating initiatives that aim to prevent or respond to youth offending. Workshop presented at the Australasian Youth Justice Conference, Canberra: 22 May 2013
  • Payne J 2012. Drug Use Monitoring in Australia. Workshop presented at the AIC Student Criminology Forum 2012, Canberra: 6 July 2012
  • Payne J 2012. Recidivism and Criminal Careers. Lecture given at the Australian National University, Canberra: 18 July 2012
  • Payne J 2013. Strategic Priority Setting for the National Drug Law Enforcement Research Fund (NDLRF). Facilitated workshop for NDLREF Board, Melbourne: 28 March 2012
  • Renshaw L & Beacroft L 2012. Sex work and vulnerabilities to trafficking in persons and related exploitation: preliminary survey results. 25th Annual Conference of the Australian and New Zealand Society of Criminology, Auckland, New Zealand: 27–29 November 2012
  • Renshaw L & Lyneham S 2012. Trafficking in persons, presentation to the University of the Third Age, Canberra: 19 September 2012
  • Renshaw L & Richards K 2012. Youth remand trends and drivers in Australia. Doing Justice for Young People—Issues and Challenges for Judicial Administration in Australia and New Zealand , Brisbane: 23–25 August 2012
  • Renshaw L, Andrevski H & Lyneham S 2012. People trafficking in Australia—recent findings and methodologies. Workshop presented at the AIC Student Criminology Forum, Canberra: 6 July 2012
  • Richards K & Renshaw L 2013. Bail and remand for young people in Australia. Australasian Youth Justice Conference, Canberra: 20 May 2013
  • Rosevear L 2012. Proposals for developing a better practice framework for monitoring of trafficking in persons in Australia and its regions. Paper presented to AIC Trafficking in Persons Research Forum: 29 November 2012
  • Roylance R & Tomison AM 2012. Multidisciplinary strategies to enhance communication, coordination and best outcomes. Workshop presented at the 19th ISPCAN International Congress on Child Abuse and Neglect ‘Every Child Matters: Promoting Local, National and International Partnerships for Protecting Children’, Istanbul, Turkey: 11 September 2012
  • Smith RG & Jorna P 2012. Corrupt misuse of information and communications technologies. Paper presented to the National Public Sector Fraud and Corruption Congress, Sydney: 25–26 July 2012
  • Smith RG 2012. Understanding money laundering and financing of terrorism research: Balancing policy needs with privacy considerations. Paper presented to Anti Money Laundering and Countering Financing of Terrorism Summit 2012, Auckland, New Zealand: 21–23 August 2012
  • Smith RG 2012. Economically motivated crime—the viability, relevance and methodology of research. Workshop presented at the 30th Cambridge International Symposium on Economic Crime: Economic Crime—Surviving the Fall—Myths and Realities, Cambridge, England: 3 September 2012
  • Smith RG 2012. Economic crime: Crisis or beat-up? Paper presented to 30th Cambridge International Symposium on Economic Crime: Economic Crime—Surviving the Fall—Myths and Realities, Cambridge, England: 3 September 2012
  • Smith RG 2012. Seizing the proceeds of crime. How effective is your legislation? A comparative study and discussion of asset recovery legislation in various jurisdictions, Workshop presented at the 30th Cambridge International Symposium on Economic Crime: Economic Crime—Surviving the Fall—Myths and Realities, Cambridge, England: 3 September 2012
  • Smith RG 2012. Corrupt use of information and communication technology in public sector investigations, NSW Independent Commission Against Corruption, the NSW Ombudsman’s Office and the Institute of Public Administration, National Investigations Symposium, Sydney: 8 November 2012
  • Smith RG 2012. Identity crime: Recent trends and future risks. Paper presented to the ANZ 5th Annual Financial Crime Conference, Melbourne: 22 November 2012
  • Smith RG 2012. Understanding the drivers of fraud and the motivations of offenders. Paper presented to the 25th Annual Conference of the Australian and New Zealand Society of Criminology, Auckland, New Zealand: 27 November 2012
  • Smith RG 2012. Cyber crime research. Presentation to Legal, Policy and Law Reform Branch, Commonwealth Director of Public Prosecutions, Canberra: 5 December 2012
  • Smith RG 2013. Fraud, bribery and corruption in Australian government agencies. Paper presented to the KPMG Fraud Survey breakfast, Canberra: 14 March 2013
  • Smith RG 2013. Online shopping scams: Results of the 2012 survey. Paper presented to the National Consumer Fraud Week: Outsmart the scammers—Australasian Consumer Fraud Taskforce Forum, Melbourne: 18 June 2013
  • Smith RG 2013. Understanding and responding to public sector fraud and corruption. Paper presented to VPS Fraud Control Network, Melbourne: 20 June 2013
  • Smith RG & Jorna P 2012. Corrupt Misuse of information and communications technologies. Paper presented to the 12th Annual Conference of the European Society of Criminology, Bilbao, Spain: 12 September 2012
  • Smith RS, Hutchings A & Jorna P 2012. Fraud and scams—Recent research reports and methodologies. Workshop presented at the AIC Student Criminology Forum, Canberra: 6 July 2012
  • Smith RG, Rowe E & Tomison A 2012. Organised crime and public sector corruption: a crime scripts analysis of displacement risks. Paper presented to the 25th Annual Conference of the Australian and New Zealand Society of Criminology, Auckland, New Zealand: 27 November 2012
  • Terer K 2012. Best practice guidelines for drink driving enforcement and prevention. AIC Occasional Seminar, Canberra: 27 September 2012
  • Tomison AM 2012. Welcome to the Australian Institute of Criminology. Opening address presented at the AIC Student Criminology Forum 2012, Canberra: 6 July 2012
  • Tomison AM & Willis M 2012. Indigenous justice—Interventions and community safety—what’s working and what’s not. Workshop presented at the AIC Student Criminology Forum 2012, Canberra: 6 July 2012
  • Tomison AM 2012. Child protection: the process of change. Lecture presented to Masters in Public Policy students, Crawford School, Australian National University, Canberra: 27 August 2012
  • Tomison AM 2012. The Australian Institute of Criminology: An overview. Presentation to the Centre of Criminal Law & Criminology and Faculty of Law, Istanbul Üniversites, Istanbul, Turkey: 9 September 2012
  • Tomison A, Cussen T & McDonald H 2012. Domestic violence issues in Australia. Presentation at the WA Domestic Violence Forum, Perth: 20 November 2012
  • Tomison AM 2012. Key issues (national and international) in intimate partner violence, intervention and prevention. Presentation to WA Department of the Attorney General Forum on Family Violence, Perth: 20 November 2012
  • Tomison AM 2013. Occasional Address, Graduation Ceremony. Faculty of Business and Law, Deakin University, Geelong, 22 April 2013
  • Tomison AM 2013. The history and outcomes of child abuse inquiries. Presentation to the Institute of Public Policy (Australian Catholic University) Roundtable: Royal Commissions and Public Inquiries—Australian and International Trends & Issues, ACT Assembly, Canberra: 23 April 2013
  • Tomison AM 2013. The work of the Australian Institute of Criminology: An overview. Occasional seminar, The Northern Institute People-Policy-Place Seminar Series 2013, Charles Darwin University, Darwin: 9 May 2013
  • Tomison AM 2013. Protecting children: Theory vs practice. Lecture to Bachelor of Social Work course, Australian Catholic University, Canberra: 14 May 2013
  • Tomison AM 2013. Opening address. Australasian Youth Justice Conference ‘Changing trajectories of offending and reoffending’, Australian Institute of Criminology and Australasian Juvenile Justice Administrators conference, Canberra: 20 May 2013
  • Tomison AM 2013. Australian Indigenous peoples and the criminal justice system: Issues and innovations. Keynote presentation at the Government of New Caledonia’s ‘What shared future for the prevention of delinquency?’ Forum on Regional Safety, Community of the South Pacific, Noumea: 6 June 2013
  • Tomison AM 2013. Citizen mobilisation and whole of community involvement in developing collective solutions. Workshop presentation at the Government of New Caledonia’s ‘What shared future for the prevention of delinquency?’ Forum on Regional Safety, Community of the South Pacific, Noumea: 7 June 2013
  • Tomison AM 2013. Youth, crime and juvenile justice: The pathway to crime. Presentation to the Informa Out-of-Home Care Summit 2013, Melbourne: 27 June 2013
  • Willis M 2012. The state of Australia’s prisoners. Paper presented to the Citizen’s Jury, Sydney: 3 December 2012
  • Willis M 2012. Lessons from Indigenous program evaluation. Paper presented to Community Development Evaluation Forum, Fairfield NSW: 6 December 2012
  • Willis M 2013. Community corrections in Australia. Presentation to the ASEAN Plus Three Conference on Probation and Non-Custodial Measures, Bangkok, Thailand: 3–5 April 2013
  • Willis M 2013. It seems to work: Lessons from evaluating Indigenous youth justice programs. Paper presented to the Australasian Youth Justice Conference, Canberra: 20–22 May

Appendix 4: 2012–13 sample of external citations of AIC research works

This is far from a comprehensive bibliometric measure of AIC impact, merely illustrative of the scope of influence among relevant stakeholders.

Australian Government and Parliament

  • Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) 2013. Defining the data challenge for family, domestic and sexual violence. Canberra: ABS
  • Australian Institute of Family Studies (AIFS) 2013. The long-term effects of child sexual abuse. CFCA Paper no. 10. Canberra: AIFS
  • Australian Institute of Family Studies (AIFS) 2013. The role of forensic medical evidence in the prosecution of adult sexual assault. ACSSA Issues no. 15. Canberra: AIFS
  • Australian Institute of Family Studies (AIFS) 2013. The role of emerging communication technologies in experiences of sexual violence: A new legal frontier? AIFS Research Report 53. Canberra: AIFS
  • Australian Institute of Family Studies (AIFS) 2012. Addressing women’s victimisation histories in custodial settings. ACSSA Issues no. 13. Canberra: AIFS
  • Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (AIHW) 2012. A picture of Australia’s children 2012. Part VII. How safe and secure are Australia’s children? Canberra: AIHW
  • Australian Parliament. Hansard debate. (15 Aug 2012) Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry (Question No. 1897) on Illegal fishing of shark fins
  • Australian Parliament. Hansard debate. (23 Aug 2012) Privacy Amendment (Enhancing Privacy Protection) Bill 2012; Second Reading Speech. On victims of scams
  • Australian Parliament. Hansard debate. (27 Feb 2013) Bills: Crimes Legislation Amendment (Slavery, Slavery-like Conditions and People Trafficking) Bill 2012; Second Reading Speech
  • Australian Parliament. Joint Standing Committee on Foreign Affairs, Defence and Trade. 2013 Report on the inquiry into Slavery, Slavery-like conditions and People Trafficking. Trading Lives: Modern Day Human Trafficking
  • Commonwealth and Immigration Ombudsman 2013. Suicide and self-harm in the immigration detention network. http://www.ombudsman.gov.au/media-releases/show/220
  • Family Law Courts 2013. Family violence best practice principles, ed 3.1
  • Indigenous Justice Clearinghouse 2012. Communities working to reduce Indigenous family violence. IJC Brief 12. Canberra: Indigenous Justice Clearinghouse

State government and parliament

New South Wales

  • Bathurst Council 2013. CCTV working party final report: Investigating the effectiveness of CCTV in preventing alcohol related incidents, malicious damage and non-domestic related violence in the Bathurst CBD. Bathurst: Bathurst Council
  • Bureau of Crime Statistics and Research (BOCSAR) 2013. Personal stress, financial stress, social support and women’s experiences of physical violence: A longitudinal analysis. Sydney: BOCSAR
  • Department of Family and Community Services (DFCS) 2013. Women in NSW 2013. Services report. Canberra: DFCS
  • Department of Family and Community Services (DFCS) 2012. Child protection: Legislative reform legislative proposals Strengthening parental capacity, accountability and outcomes for children and young people in state care. Canberra: DFCS
  • Ombudsman NSW 2012. How are Taser weapons used by the NSW Police Force? A special report to Parliament under s 31 of the Ombudsman Act 1974. Sydney: Ombudsman NSW
  • Ombudsman 2013. Responding to child sexual assault in Aboriginal communities. Sydney: Ombusdman
  • Ombudsman 2012. Report of reviewable deaths in 2010 and 2011. Volume 1: Child deaths. Sydney: Ombusdman

Queensland

  • Child Protection Commission of Inquiry 2013. Discussion paper
  • Commission for Children and Young People and the Child Guardian 2013. Advocacy paper. Contesting the justifications for keeping 17 year olds in adult correctional facilities
  • Commission for Children and Young People and the Child Guardian 2012. Child guardian report: Youth justice system 2010–11
  • Crime and Misconduct Commission 2013. Vulnerable victims: Child homicide by parents
  • Human Rights Law Commission 2013. A human rights approach to youth justice reform. Submission to the Department of Justice and Attorney General, Queensland
  • Queensland Police 2012. Police pursuit policy a matter of balance. Commissioner’s statement
  • Queensland Parliament. Legal Affairs and Community Safety Committee 2012. Findings from its examination of the Criminal Law (Two Strike Child Sex Offenders) Amendment Bill 2012
  • Queensland Parliament. Legal Affairs and Community Safety Committee. 2012. Report No. 18 on the Youth Justice (Boot Camp Orders) and Other Legislation Amendment Bill 2012
  • Northern Territory

  • Foundation for Alcohol Research and Education 2012. Submission on the NT Alcohol Mandatory Treatment Bill
  • Law Foundation 2012. Legal Australia-wide survey. Legal need in the Northern Territory
  • Personal Safety Australia 2013. Safe Start Awareness Workshop Northern Territory
  • South Australia

  • Department for Communities and Social Inclusion 2012. Guidelines for regional collaborations homelessness: Violence against women
  • Office for Problem Gambling 2013. Rethinking problem gambling in the South Australian criminal justice system. A critical review of the literature on problem gambling and therapeutic justice. Final report
  • National Centre for Education and Training on Addiction 2012. Australia’s key alcohol-related datasets. Adelaide: Flinders University

Victoria

  • Australian Institute of Family Studies 2012. Rarely an isolated incident: Acknowledging the interrelatedness of child maltreatment, victimisation and trauma. CFCA Paper no. 15
  • Department of Human Services 2013. Children with problem sexual behaviours and their families. Best interest case practice model. Specialist practice resource
  • Department of Sustainability and Environment. 2012. Future directions for native vegetation in Victoria. Review of Victoria’s native vegetation permitted clearing regulations. Consultation paper
  • Parliament of Victoria. Drugs and Crime Prevention Committee 2012. Inquiry into Crime Prevention through Environmental Design in Victoria
  • Sentencing Criminology Research Advisory Council of Victoria 2013. Reoffending following sentencing in the Magistrates’ Court of Victoria
  • Vic Health & Powell A 2012. More than ready: Bystander action to prevent violence against women in the Victorian community. Carlton: Victorian Health Promotion Foundation (VicHealth)

Tasmania

  • Department Treasury and Finance 2012. Responding to gambling-related crime: Sentencing options and improving data collection in courts and prisons

Western Australia

  • Commissioner for Children and Young People 2012. Youth justice: Addressing the needs of the small group of young people who enter the justice system should be both a priority and an achievable goal
  • Department of Child Protection 2012. Family and domestic violence: Background paper
  • Department of Health 2012. Model of care: Specialist Aboriginal Mental Health Service (Metropolitan)
  • Office of the Inspector of Custodial Services 2012. Report of an announced inspection of Wooroloo Prison Farm

Law Reform and Commissions

  • NSW Law Reform Commission 2013. Criminal responsibility and consequences. Report 138
  • NSW Law Reform Commission 2013. Jury directions in criminal trials. Report 136
  • VIC Law Reform Commission 2012. Sex offenders registration: Final report
  • WA Law Reform Commission 2013. Complaints against judiciary. Discussion paper. Project 102

Non-government stakeholder agency and university reports

  • Australian Centre for Youth Studies 2013 .Youth development programs in Central Australian Aboriginal communities: A review of the literature
  • Bartkowiak-Théron I & Travers M 2012. Changing the way we think about change. The Tasmanian Institute of Law Enforcement Studies, UTAS
  • Bravehearts 2012. ‘The 3 Piers’ to prevention: Educate, empower, protect solid foundations to making Australia the safest place in the world to raise a child
  • Jesuit Social Services 2013 Thinking outside: Alternatives to remand for children: Research report. Richmond, Victoria: Jesuit Social Services
  • McKenzie J 2013. Insights from the coalface: The value of justice reinvestment for young Australians. Sydney: Australian Youth Affairs Coalition
  • Pejic D 2012. International student welfare in Australia. International Social Service Australia and the School of Social and Political, Sciences, University of Melbourne
  • Ritter A, Bright DA & Gong W 2012. Evaluating drug law enforcement interventions directed towards methamphetamine in Australia. NDLERF Monograph Series no. 44. Canberra: National Drug Law Enforcement Research Fund

Academic textbooks and international handbooks

  • Street Gangs, Migration and Ethnicity. edited by Frank van Gemert, Dana Peterson, Inger-Lise Lien 2013 edition
  • Policing vulnerability. edited by Isabelle Bartkowiak-Theron and Nicole L Asquith
  • Nellis M, Beyens K, Kaminski D. Electronically monitored punishment: International and critical perspectives. edited by 2013

International agency documents

  • David F & UNODC 2012. Migrant smuggling in Asia: A thematic review of literature. A publication of the coordination and analysis unit of the regional centre for East Asia and the Pacific
  • International Centre for the Prevention of Crime (ICPC) 2012. The 2012 international report on crime prevention and community safety. ICPC
  • Medcalf R 2013. India-Australia poll 2013: Partners, problems and prospects Indian attitudes to Australia. Melbourne: Lowy Institute for International Policy and the Australia India Institute
  • United Nations Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice Programme 2012. Report of the Standing Group on the activities of the institutes of the United Nations Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice Programme network
  • United Nations Economic and Social Council Commission on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice. 22nd session Vienna, 22–26 April 2013 Thematic discussion on the challenge posed by emerging forms of crime that have a significant impact on the environment and ways to deal with it effectively
  • United Nations Interregional Crime and Justice Research Institute (UNICRI), Business Action to Stop Counterfeiting and Piracy (BASCAP). Confiscation of the Proceeds of IP Crime: A modern tool for deterring counterfeiting and piracy, UNICRI, Turin, 2013
  • United Nations Office of Drugs and Crime. 2012. Model legislative provisions against organized crime. Vienna: United Nations

Peer-reviewed journals

  • Anderson JL 2012. The label of life imprisonment in Australia: a principled or populist approach to an ultimate sentence. University of New South Wales Law Journal 35(3): 747–778
  • Block CR 2013. Homicide against or by the elderly in Chicago 1965-2000. Homicide studies 17(2): 154-183
  • Block S & Fujita S 2013. Patterns of near repeat temporary and permanent motor vehicle thefts. Crime Prevention and Community Safety 15: 151–167
  • Braithwaite J 2013. One retrospective of Pacific criminology. Australian & New Zealand Journal of Criminology 46(1): 3–11
  • Camilleri P, Thomson L & McArthur M 2013. Needs or deeds? Child protection and youth justice in the Australian Capital Territory. Journal of Social Welfare and Family Law 35(2): 193–206
  • Carleen MT et al. 2013. Are different risk factors associated with moderate and severe stalking violence?: Examining factors from the integrated theoretical model of stalking violence. Criminal Justice and Behavior Online 18 June
  • Ching H, Daffern M and Thomas S 2012. Appetitive violence: A new phenomenon? Psychiatry, Psychology and Law 19(5): 745–763
  • Clancey G, Lee M & Crofts T 2012. ‘We’re not Batman’: Roles and expectations of local government community safety officers in New South Wales. Crime Prevention and Community Safety 14: 235–257
  • Darwinkel E, Powell M & Tidmarsh P 2013. Improving police officers’ perceptions of sexual offending through intensive training. Criminal Justice and Behavior Online 2 May
  • de Lint W 2012. Risking precaution in two south Australian serious offender initiatives. Current Issues in Criminal Justice 24(2): 145–165
  • Doolana I et al. 2013. Does child abuse and neglect explain the overrepresentation of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander young people in youth detention? Findings from a birth cohort study. Child Abuse & Neglect 37(5): 303–309
  • Douglas H et al. 2012. The importance of foetal alcohol spectrum disorder for criminal law in practice: views of Queensland lawyers. Queensland Lawyer 32(3): 153–164
  • Ferrante AM 2013. Assessing the influence of ‘standard’ and ‘culturally specific’ risk factors on the prevalence and frequency of offending: The case of Indigenous Australians. Race and Justice 3(1): 58–82
  • Flynn A & Henry N 2012. Disputing consent: The role of jury directions in Victoria. Current Issues in Criminal Justice 24(2): 167–184
  • Flynn C, Alston M & Mason R 2012. Trafficking in women for sexual exploitation: Building Australian knowledge. International social work. Online 1 Nov
  • Horyniak D et al. Pattern and characteristics of ecstasy and related drug (ERD) presentations at two hospital emergency departments, Melbourne, Australia, 2008–2010. Emergency Medicine Journal Online 12 February
  • Jones C 2013. Early-phase outcomes from a randomized trial of intensive judicial supervision in an Australian drug court. Criminal Justice and Behavior 40(4): 453-468
  • Karklins Larisa & Dalton D 2012. Social networking sites and the dangers they pose to youth: some Australian findings. Current Issues in Criminal Justice 24(2): 205–222
  • Kariminia A et al. 2012.Increased mortality among Indigenous persons during and after release from prison in New South Wales. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health 36(3): 274–280
  • King MS 2012. Reflections on ADR, judging and non-adversarial justice: Parallels and future developments. Journal of Judicial Administration 22: 76–84
  • Kinner S et al 2012. Prevalence and correlates of alcohol dependence in adult prisoners vary according to Indigenous status. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health 36(4): 329–334
  • Lentona E et al. 2013. Preventing hepatitis C virus transmission among young people in the justice system. Children and Youth Services Review 35(5): 834–836
  • Mazerolle L et al. 2013. Legitimacy in policing: A systematic review. Campbell Systematic Reviews 2013: 1
  • Millie A 2013. The policing task and the expansion (and contraction) of British policing. Criminology and Criminal Justice 13(2): 143–160
  • Olayinka A 2013. Juvenile/youth justice management in Nigeria: Making a case for diversion programmes. Youth Justice 13(1): 13
  • Pointing S et al. 2012. The role of an open-space CCTV system in limiting alcohol-related assault injuries in a late-night entertainment precinct in a tropical Queensland city, Australia. Injury Prevention 18: 58–61
  • Scambary J & Meredyth D 2012. Policing the Melbourne street heroin trade: Perspectives of Vietnamese Australian social justice professionals. Policing 7(1): 72–78
  • Stathis SL et al. 2013. Challenges in establishing adolescent forensic mental health services within Australian youth detention centres. Psychiatry, Psychology and Law Online 15 Feb
  • Weatherburn D; McGrath A & Bartels L 2012. Three dogmas of juvenile justice. University of New South Wales Law Journal 35(3): 779–809
  • Weller M, Hope L & Sheridan L 2013. Police and public perceptions of stalking: The role of prior victim–offender relationship. Journal of Interpersonal Violence 28(2): 320–339
  • White R 2013. Environmental crime and problem-solving courts. Crime, Law and Social Change 59(3): 267–278
  • Wilson HA & Hoge RD 2013. The effect of youth diversion programs on recidivism: a meta-analytic review. Criminal Justice and Behavior 40(5): 497–518
  • Wilson LA 2012. Exploring illicit drug use and drug driving as edgework. Current Issues in Criminal Justice 24(2): 223–240
  • Woodworth M, Agar AD & Coupland R 2013. Characteristics of Canadian youth-perpetrated homicides. Criminal Justice and Behavior Online 5 June

Other journals

  • Australian Domestic & Family Violence Clearinghouse 2012. The gender debate in domestic violence: The role of data. Issues paper 25
  • Dixon N 2012. Unexplained wealth laws. Research brief no. 9 (Queensland Parliamentary Library)
  • Dixon N 2012. Proposed changes to offence provisions in the Weapons Act 1990 (Qld) Research Brief no. 8 (Queensland Parliamentary Library)
  • Edgely M 2012. Solution-focused court programs for mentally impaired offenders: What works? Journal of Judicial Administration 22(4)
  • Howard J et al. 2012. Young men and Yarndi: A pilot to diffuse information on cannabis, its use and potential risks among young Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians. National Cannabis Prevention and Information Centre NCPIC Bulletin No. 15
  • Lennan J & Williams G 2013. The death penalty in Australian law. University of New South Wales Faculty of Law research series. Working Paper 12
  • Murphy K et al. 2012. The community capacity survey—Face-to-face ethnic minority interviews: Methodology and preliminary findings. The ARC Centre of Excellence in Policing and Security: Brisbane
  • Schloenhardt A & Stacey KL 2013. Assistance and protection of smuggled migrants: international law and Australian practice. Sydney Law Review 35: 53
  • UN Women 2012. Australian Fact sheet: Violence against women. Human Rights Defender 21(3)
  • WA Government Drug & Alcohol Office Monitoring, Evaluation and Research Team 2012. Latest research and trends from the Drug Use Monitoring in Australia Project. Pulsecheck Issues 1 and 2
  • Youth & Family Service and Kildonan UnitingCare. 2012. Spotlight on economic abuse: An overview of economic abuse. Catalyst paper 1

Appendix 5: Roundtables and forums

Date Forum/roundtable
4 July 2012, Canberra National Roundtable on Use of Force in Policing
26 September 2012, 11 June 2013, Canberra HOCOLEA Research Network Steering Group Meeting
17 October 2012, Canberra National Roundtable to develop the AIC’s Crime Prevention ASSIST technical assistance program for crime prevention practitioners
28 November 2012, Canberra National Roundtable on People Trafficking
29 November 2012, Canberra Trafficking in Persons Research Forum
18 February 2013, Canberra Child Exploitation Material Forum
19 February 2013, Canberra Firearms and Weapons Policy Working Group Meeting
27 February 2013, Canberra HOCOLEA Research Network Closed Seminar on Cybercrime
6 February 2013, Canberra Indigenous Cyber-safety Research Directions
22 May 2013, Melbourne National Roundtable on Human Trafficking and Slavery—Senior Officials’ Meeting
29 June 2013 Exploring similarities and differences between gang violence and violent extremism. Closed National Law Enforcement Roundtable

Appendix 6: Delegation or other formal visits to the AIC

23 July 2012. Ambassador Maris Sangiampongsa, Royal Thai Embassy, Canberra. Meeting in advance of visit on 16 August of HRH Princess Bajrakitiyabha Mahidol, Kingdom of Thailand.

13 Aug 2012. Ambassador Maris Sangiampongsa and Embassy officials, Thai Ministry of Justice advance party officials, PM&C, AGD, and AFP. Meeting and walk through before HRH visit on 16 Aug.

16 Aug 2012. HRH Princess Bajrakitiyabha Mahidol, Kingdom of Thailand. Meeting with Director and Deputy Director (Research) to discuss the establishment of a Thai Institute of Justice.

HRH was accompanied by 23 Thai Ministry of Justice and Embassy officials: Thai Attorney General; Permanent Secretary of the Thai Ministry of Justice; Advisor to the (HRH) Chairperson of the 21st Session of UN Commission on CP and CJ (CCPCJ); HRH Advisor (Principal Secretary); Thai Ambassador; Consul-General, Royal Thai Consulate-General, NSW; Provincial Chief Public Prosecutor attached to the Office of Attorney General; Director of International Affairs, Office of the Permanent Secretary; Divisional Public Prosecutor, and a range of 1st/2nd/3rd Secretaries, justice, legal, ministerial and attaché officers.

5 Nov 2012. Mr Fumihiko Abe, National Police Agency of Japan and Counsellor at the Embassy of Japan in Canberra, Professor Peter Grabosky, Australian National University (ANU), and Dr Emmeline Taylor, School of Sociology, ANU.

13 Nov 2012. Mr Joseph Eligh, United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime Country member, The Republic of the Union of Myanmar.

21 Nov 2012. Professor Keith Krause, Programme Director, Small Arms Survey, Switzerland.

6–7 Dec 2012. Professor Paul Ekblom, UK University of the Arts, London Research Centre on Design Against Crime, Central Saint Martins College of Arts and Design; and Visiting Professor at the Applied Criminology Centre, University of Huddersfield, and the Department of Security and Crime Science, UCL.

16 April 2013. Ms Katharine Chang, Representative, and Dr Bruce Tai, Deputy Director, Taipei Economic and Cultural Office in Australia.

21 May 2013. Thailand Department of Juvenile Observation and Protection (Ministry of Justice). Mr Thanis Sriyaphant, Director-General, Department of Juvenile Observation and Protection, and Dr Kattiya Ratanadilok, Head of Research and Development, Department of Juvenile Observation and Protection.

Appendix 7: Compliance index

Reference in Annual Report Part of report Description Requirement Page number(s) in this report
8(3) & A.4   Letter of transmittal Mandatory viii
A.5   Table of contents Mandatory v–vi
A.5   Index Mandatory 129–131
A.5   Glossary Mandatory vii
A.5   Contact officer(s) Mandatory iv
A.5   Internet home page address and Internet address for report Mandatory iv
9 Review by Agency Head
9(1)   Review by Agency Head Mandatory 2–7
9(2)   Summary of significant issues and developments Suggested 2
9(2)   Overview of department’s performance and financial results Suggested 2–3
9(2)   Outlook for following year Suggested 6-7
9(3)   Significant issues and developments —portfolio Portfolio agency departments—suggested  
10 Agency overview
10(1)   Role and functions Mandatory 10–13
10(1)   Organisational structure Mandatory 17
10(1)   Outcome and program structure Mandatory 11–16
10(2)   Where outcome and program structures differ from PB Statements/PAES or other portfolio statements accompanying any other additional appropriation bills (other portfolio statements), details of variation and reasons for change Mandatory 56–57
10(3)   Portfolio structure Mandatory for portfolio departments  
11 Report on performance
11(1)   Review of performance during the year in relation to programs and contribution to outcomes Mandatory 19–55
11(2)   Actual performance in relation to deliverables and KPIs set out in PB Statements/PAES or other portfolio statements Mandatory 17
11(2)   Where performance targets differ from the PBS/PAES, details of both former and new targets, and reasons for the change Mandatory  
11(2)   Narrative discussion and analysis of performance Mandatory 19–55
11(2)   Trend information Mandatory 19–55
11(3)   Significant changes in nature of principal functions/services Suggested  
11(3)   Performance of purchaser/provider arrangements If applicable—suggested  
11(3)   Factors, events or trends influencing departmental performance Suggested  
11(3)   Contribution of risk management in achieving objectives Suggested  
11(4)   Social inclusion outcomes If applicable—mandatory  
11(5)   Performance against service charter customer service standards, complaints data, and the department’s)response to complaints If applicable—mandatory  
11(6)   Discussion and analysis of the department’s financial performance Mandatory 56–57
11(7)   Discussion of any significant changes from the prior year, from budget or anticipated to have a significant impact on future operations. Mandatory 56–57
11(8)   Agency resource statement and summary resource tables by outcomes Mandatory 56–57
12 Management and accountability
  Corporate Governance governance
12(1)   Agency heads are required to certify that their agency comply with the Commonwealth Fraud Control Guidelines Mandatory 63
12(2)   Statement of the main corporate governance practices in place Mandatory 60-64
12(3)   Names of the senior executive and their responsibilities Suggested 60
12(3)   Senior management committees and their roles Suggested 60–63
12(3)   Corporate and operational planning and associated performance reporting and review Suggested 63-66
12(3)   Approach adopted to identifying areas of significant financial or operational risk Suggested 63
12(3)   Policy and practices on the establishment and maintenance of appropriate ethical standards Suggested 61
12(3)   How nature and amount of remuneration for SES officers is determined Suggested  
  External Scrutiny
12(4)   Significant developments in external scrutiny Mandatory 60
12(4)   Judicial decisions and decisions of administrative tribunals Mandatory 60
12(4)   Reports by the Auditor-General, a Parliamentary Committee or the Commonwealth Ombudsman Mandatory 60
  Management of Human Resources
12(5)   Assessment of effectiveness in managing and developing human resources to achieve departmental objectives Mandatory 63
12(6)   Workforce planning, staff turnover and retention Suggested 64-73
12(6)   Impact and features of enterprise or collective agreements, individual flexibility arrangements (IFAs), determinations, common law contracts and AWAs Suggested  
12(6)   Training and development undertaken and its impact Suggested 65-66
12(6)   Work health and safety performance Suggested 69
12(6)   Productivity gains Suggested  
12(7)   Statistics on staffing Mandatory 71-73
12(8)   Enterprise or collective agreements, IFAs, determinations, common law contracts and AWAs Mandatory 68
12(9) & B   Performance pay Mandatory 65
12(10)–(11) Assets management Assessment of effectiveness of assets management If applicable—mandatory  
12(12) Purchasing Assessment of purchasing against core policies and principles Mandatory 68
12(13)–(24) Consultants Summary statement detailing the number of new consultancy services contracts let during the year; the total actual expenditure on all new consultancy contracts let during the year (inclusive of GST); the number of ongoing consultancy contracts that were active in the reporting year; the total actual expenditure in the reporting year on the ongoing consultancy contracts (inclusive of GST), and a statement noting that information on contracts and consultancies is available through the AusTender website Mandatory 68
12(25) Australian National Audit Office access clauses Absence of provisions in contracts allowing access by the Auditor-General Mandatory 68
12(26) Exempt contracts Contracts exempt from the AusTender Mandatory 68
13 Financial statements Financial statements Mandatory 100–127
  Other mandatory information
14(1) & C   Workhealth and safety (Schedule 2 part 4 of the Work Health and Safety Act 2011) Mandatory 69
14(1) & C   Advertising and Market Research (section 311A of the Commonwealth Electoral Act 1918) and statement on advertising campaigns Mandatory 70
14(1) & C   Ecologically sustainable development and environmental performance (section 516A of the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999) Mandatory 70
14(1)   Compliance with the Agency’s obligations under the Carer Recognition Act 2010 If applicable, mandatory 70
14(2) & D   Grant programs Mandatory 29–38
14(3) & D   Disability reporting—explicit and transparent reference to agency-level information available through other reporting mechanisms Mandatory 70
14(4) & D(3)   Information Publications Scheme statement Mandatory 71
14(5) & D4   Spatial reporting If applicable—mandatory  
14(4)   Correction of material errors in previous annual report If applicable—mandatory  
F   List of requirements Mandatory 94-96