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Appendices

Appendix 1: 2014–15 publications list

Trends & Issues in Crime and Criminal Justice series

473 Responding to organised crime through intervention in recruitment pathways

480 Data reduction and data mining framework for digital forensic evidence: Storage, intelligence, review and archive

481 Preventing the onset of youth offending: The impact of the Pathways to Prevention Project on child behaviour and wellbeing

482 Parental sexual offending: Managing risk through diversion

484 Arson associated homicide in Australia: A 5 year follow up

485 Parole supervision and reoffending

486 Supply-side reduction policy and drug-related harm

487 Identifying first-time family violence perpetrators: The usefulness and utility of categorisations based on police offence records

488 Examining adult-onset offending: a case for adult cautioning

489 The ‘oldest tricks in the book’ don’t work! Reports of burglary by DUMA detainees in Western Australia

490 Corruption in Australian sport

492 Homelessness and housing stress among police detainees: Results from the DUMA program

493 Prior offending among family violence perpetrators

494 Domestic violence typologies: What value to practice?

495 Explaining the property crime drop: The offender perspective

496 The serious impact and consequences of physical assault

497 Adult sex offenders in youth-oriented institutions: Evidence on sexual victimisation experiences of offenders and their offending patterns

498 Determining the impact of opioid substitution therapy upon mortality and recidivism among prisoners: A 22 year data linkage study

502 How patterns of injecting drug use evolve in a cohort of people who inject drugs

505 Understanding the role of local government in delivering community crime prevention in Australia

1 In some cases publications have been withdrawn before publication because permission to publish has been withheld by contracting agencies, or because of a determination there were quality control issues that could not be managed. As a result there are occasional gaps in publication numbering.

Research and Public Policy series

122 (1) Perceptions of money laundering and financing of terrorism in a sample of the Australian legal profession in 2008–09

122 (2) Industry perceptions on money laundering and financing of terrorism risks in non-financial sector businesses and professions

126 Male victims of non-sexual and non-domestic violence: Service needs and experiences in court

127 Restorative justice in the Australian criminal justice system

129 Counting the costs of crime in Australia: A 2011 estimate

Technical and Background papers

58 Exploring the feasibility of an enhanced monitoring program on human trafficking and slavery

59 Australasian Consumer Fraud Taskforce: Results of the 2013 online consumer fraud survey

60 The Database of Victimisation Experiences

Research in practice

36 Findings from the DUMA program: Impact of reduced methamphetamine supply on consumption of illicit drugs and alcohol

37 Indigenous and non-Indigenous homicide in Australia

38 Domestic/family homicide in Australia

39 Findings from the DUMA program: Drink and drug driving among police detainees

40 CCTV use by local government: Findings from a national survey

42 Findings from the DUMA program: Internet access, and frequency and nature of use among police detainees

Monitoring reports

23 Homicide in Australia: 2010–11 to 2011–12: National Homicide Monitoring Program report

24 Fraud against the Commonwealth Report to Government 2010–11 to 2012–13

26 Deaths in custody in Australia: National Deaths in Custody Program 2011–12 and 2012–13

Other reports

AIC Annual Report 2014–15

CrimBrief blog

Social media, corruption discussed at high level AIC-United Nations workshop

Intimate partner homicide

Counting the costs of crime - 2011

Crime Prevention Award to AIC researcher

Armed robbery in small businesses

Drug driving—What the research shows

2014 Student Criminology Forum

NDLERF

Monograph 54 An empirical basis for the ratio of crowd controllers to patrons

Research Bulletin 2 Drink driving among Indigenous Australians in outer regional and remote communities and development of a drink driving program: A summary of findings and recommendations

Monograph 55 Development of a drink driving program for regional and remote Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities

Monograph 56 Off-site outlets and alcohol-related harm

Monograph 57 Interventions for reducing alcohol supply, alcohol demand and alcohol-related harm

Special reports

Historical review of sexual offence and child sexual abuse legislation in Australia: 1788–2013
Special Report 1 September 2014 (prepared for the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse)

Brief review of contemporary sexual offence and child sexual abuse legislation in Australia
Special Report 1 September 2014 (prepared for the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse)

Northern Territory Safe Streets Audit 29 July 2014 (prepared for the NT Government)

Indigenous youth justice programs evaluation

Evaluation of the Victorian Community Crime Prevention Program: Final report 10 June 2015

CRG reports

Parole Supervision and Re-offending: A propensity score matching analysis

Understanding the extent, nature and causes of adult-onset offending: Implications for the effective and efficient use of criminal justice and crime reduction resources

Determining the impact of opioid substitution therapy upon mortality and recidivism among prisoners: A 22 year data linkage study

Sudanese refugees’ experiences with the Queensland criminal justice system

Preventing the onset of youth offending: The impact of the pathways to prevention project on developmental pathways through the primary years

Appendix 2: AIC other publications output

Emami C & Smith RG 2015. Identity Crime and Misuse in Australia, 2013–14. Consultancy report for Attorney-General’s Department, Canberra

Australian Institute of Criminology 2014. Submission to the Senate Legal and Constitutional Affairs References Committee inquiry into the ability of Australian law enforcement authorities to eliminate gun-related violence in the community

Althorpe L, Cussen T & Boxall H 2014. Integrating risk assessment tools for domestic and family violence in court-based decision-making. Unpublished consultancy report for the Commissioner for Victims of Crime Western Australia

Boxall H, Althorpe L, Davy D & Morgan A 2015. Evaluation of the Adolescent Family Violence Program: Interim report. Consultancy report for the Victorian Department of Human Services

Boxall H, Althorpe L, Morgan A & Hulme S 2015. Meta-evaluation of the Preventing Violence Against Women in Our Community project. Consultancy report for the Victorian Department of Human Services

Boxall H et al. 2015. Preventing public sector corruption: a review of the literature. Consultancy report for the Independent Broad-Based Anti-Corruption Commission (IBAC) Victoria

Boxall H, Morgan A & Althorpe L 2015. Whole of community approach to preventing violence against women. Consultancy report for the Victorian Department of Human Services

Bricknell S, Morgan A & Althorpe L 2015. Identifying expected outcomes from the National Domestic Violence Order Information Sharing System. Consultancy report for CrimTrac

Cussen T 2014. Review of literature to inform decision-making processes—Working With Children Act 2012 (NSW). Unpublished consultancy report for the New South Wales Office of the Children’s Guardian

Fuller G & Tomison A 2015. Violence in Australia: some policy directions and challenges. In Day A & Fernandez E (eds) Preventing violence in Australia; Policy, practice and solutions. Sydney: The Federation Press: 216–316

Gannoni A & Goldsmid S 2015. Cannabis users’ perceptions of differences between ‘hydro’ and ‘bush weed’. National Cannabis Prevention and Information Centre ( NCPIC)

Gannoni A & Goldsmid S 2014. Key issues in policing ‘fake weed’. Tasmania Police Association News. Sept: 34–35

Goldsmid S 2015. Findings from the DUMA program: The influence of cannabis dependency and use on criminal offending, through the eyes of police detainees. National Cannabis Prevention and Information Centre (NCPIC)

Goldsmid S 2014. National Cannabis Prevention and Information Centre Consortium Partnership Final Report. Consultancy report for the National Cannabis Prevention and Information Centre (NCPIC)

Goldsmid S 2014. Findings from the DUMA program: Impact of reduced cannabis supply on consumption of illicit drugs and alcohol. National Cannabis Prevention and Information Centre (NCPIC)

Goldsmid S & Brown R 2015. Methamphetamine use among Australian police detainees. Australasian Policing 7(1): 11–13

Goldsmith A, Gray D and Smith RG 2015. Criminal Asset Recovery in Australia, in King C & Walker C (eds), Dirty Assets: Emerging Issues in the Regulation of Criminal and Terrorist Assets. Farnham: Ashgate Publishing Limited: 115–139

Harris Hogan S & Barrelle K 2014. Evaluation of ANZCTC-funded capability development to counter violent extremism and review of the National Framework to Counter Violent Extremism. Unpublished consultancy report for the Attorney-General’s Department

Homel P & Hulme S 2014. Evaluation of the Victorian Community Crime Prevention Program: Final report. Consultancy report for the Community Crime Prevention Unit, Victorian Department of Justice

Morgan A 2015. Program logic model for the Corrections Alcohol and Drug Strategy 2015. Consultancy report for Corrections Victoria

Morgan A 2014. Improving the evaluation of crime prevention and reduction programs through research-practitioner partnerships. Learning Communities Journal 12: 108–127

Morgan A & Althorpe L 2014. Short-term cost-benefit model for imprisonment and community corrections in Victoria: female prisoners and offenders. Consultancy report for Corrections Victoria

Morgan A, Boxall H & Althorpe L 2014. A new approach to evaluating prison programs in Victoria: A model framework and requirements for future evaluation. Consultancy report for Corrections Victoria

Morgan A et al. 2015. Evaluation of the Australian Ballistic Information Network (ABIN) Interim Evaluation Report. Unpublished consultancy report for CrimTrac

Morgan A, Lyneham S, Davy D & Coughlan M 2015. Towards national measures of alcohol related crime. Consultancy report for the Intergovernmental Committee on Drugs

Morgan A & Mann M 2014. Identifying the outcomes of national information services and systems for police partner agencies and the wider community: A whole-of-service logic model for CrimTrac. Consultancy report for CrimTrac

Morgan A, Smith M, Jorna P, Mann M & Brown C 2015. Evaluation of the Australian Ballistic Information Network: Pre-implementation report and pilot study. Consultancy report for CrimTrac

Morgan A, Smith M, Mann M, Brown C & Brown R 2015. Evaluation of the Australian Cybercrime Online Reporting Network: Pre-implementation report. Consultancy report for CrimTrac

Parliament of Victoria Law Reform, Drugs and Crime Prevention Committee 2014. Inquiry into the Supply and Use of Methamphetamines, Particularly Ice, in Victoria, Final Report. Consultants: Smith RG et al. Melbourne: Government Printer for State of Victoria

Richards K & Lyneham S 2015. Bride traffic: Trafficking for marriage to Australia. In Dragiewicz M (ed) Global human trafficking: critical issues and contexts. Abingdon, Oxon: Routledge: 105–120

Smith M & Smith RG 2015. Exploring the procedural barriers to securing unexplained wealth orders in Australia. Unpublished consultancy report for the Attorney-General’s Department, Canberra

Smith RG 2015. Interview with Russell Smith. International Journal of Criminology and Criminal Profiling. Spain: CRIMXXIEDITIONS. http://crimxxieditions.weebly.com/

Smith RG 2015. Spotting a typical fraudster. IBAC Insights 2. http://www.ibac.vic.gov.au/news-and-features/spotting-a-typical-fraudster

Smith RG 2015. Submission to the Legislative Assembly of the Northern Territory Select Committee on the prevalence, impacts and government responses to illicit use of the drug colloquially known as ‘Ice’ in the Northern Territory

Smith RG 2015. Submission to the Parliamentary Joint Committee on Law Enforcement inquiry into crystal methamphetamine (ice)

Smith RG 2015. Submission to the Victorian Law Reform Commission on the use of regulatory regimes to help prevent organised crime and criminal organisations entering into or operating through lawful occupations and industries

Smith RG, Bryant W, Bricknell S & Jorna P 2014. Fraud Risk Review of the Australian Overseas Aid Program 2011–13: A Confidential Report to the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade. Unpublished consultancy report for DFAT

Smith RG, Cheung RC-C & Lau, LY-C (eds) 2015. Cybercrime Risks and Responses: Eastern and Western Perspectives. Houndmills: Palgrave Macmillan

Willis M 2014. Evaluation framework for the Blueprint for Youth Justice in the ACT 2012–22. Consultancy report for the ACT Community Services Directorate

Willis M & Hedwards B 2014. Alternative and international approaches. In T Hiestand and WJ Weins (eds) Sexting and youth: a multidisciplinary examination of research, theory and law. North Carolina: Carolina Academic Press

Willis M & Holcombe S 2014. Evaluation of the Cross Border Indigenous Family Violence Program. Consultancy report for the South Australia Department for Correctional Services

Willis M & Lyneham S with Pricewaterhouse Coopers 2014. Evaluation of the Victorian Community Correctional Services Service Delivery Model: final report. Consultancy report for the Victorian Department of Justice, Corrections Victoria

Willis M & Mann M 2015. Risk and needs assessment for Indigenous community-based offenders in the Northern Territory of Australia. Consultancy report for the Northern Territory Department of Correctional Services

Willis M & Tomison A 2014. Program evaluation in a cross-cultural context: Using action research approaches to develop program logic models. Learning Communities 14: 128–143

Appendix 3: Staff presentations

Boxall H 2014. When the best laid plans go astray: a case study in pragmatic approaches to evaluation. Learning Communities Journal 12: 96–107

Boxall H, Rosevear L & Payne J 2014. First-time family violence perpetrators: the usefulness and utility of categorisations based on police offence data. Paper presented to the Australian and New Zealand Society of Criminology Conference, Sydney, October 1–3

Boxall H, Rosevear L & Payne J 2014. Domestic violence typologies, academically interesting but of little value to policy and practice? Paper presented to the 13th Australian Institute of Family Studies Conference, Melbourne, July 30–August 1

Boxall H, Tomison A & Hulme S 2014. Cycles of recognition: a socio-political history of Australia’s sexual assault and child sexual abuse legislation. Paper presented to the ANZATSA 2014 Symposium: The continuum of institutional sexual abuse: from perpetrators to prevention, Sydney, November 6–7

Bricknell S 2015. Filicide. Presentation to the National Roundtable—Examination of children affected by family and domestic violence, Canberra, 1 June

Bricknell S 2014. Sport and corruption in Australia: a case of home-grown talent? Paper presented to the AIC Occasional Seminar Series, Canberra, 8 August

Coughlan M, Davy D, Morgan A & Edmonds M 2015. The use and impact of CCTV on the detection of offending. Paper presented to the Safe Cities Conference, Melbourne, 8 July

Coghlan S 2014. Drug driving: Findings from the DUMA program. Paper presented to the Australia and New Zealand Society of Criminology Conference, Sydney, 1–3 October

Davy D, Althorpe L & Morgan A 2015. Lessons from the field: Community development approaches in social housing. Paper presented to the Safe Cities Conference, Melbourne, 8 July

Dussuyer I, Armstrong A & Smith RG 2015. Whistleblowers as victims: The experiences of whistleblowers after reporting wrongdoing. Paper presented to the 15th International Symposium of the World Society of Victimology, Victimisation, Justice and Healing: Challenging Orthodoxies, Perth, 5–9 July

Fuller G 2015. Exploring and understanding violent victimisation: the Database of Victimisation Experiences. Paper presented to the World Society of Victimology 15th International Symposium, Perth, 7 July

Fuller G 2015. Thoughts and actions: Parents as secondary victims of child sexual assault. Paper presented to the 14th Australasian Conference on Child Abuse and Neglect, Auckland New Zealand, 31 March

Fuller G 2015. Thoughts and actions: parents as secondary victims of child sexual assault. Paper presented to the World Society of Victimology 15th International Symposium, Perth, 9 July

Fuller G & Goldsmid S 2015. Alcohol intoxication and its role in violent, disorder and breach offending. Poster presentation to the 7th Australasian Drug & Alcohol Strategy Conference, Brisbane, 17–20 March

Gannoni A & Goldsmid S 2014. Hydro, bush and synthetic cannabis: perceptions, prevalence and experience of use among a sample of police detainees. Poster presentation to the Australian Winter School Conference, Brisbane, 22–24 July

Goldsmid S 2015. Methamphetamine drug market trends: analysis of Australian Police Detainee reports from the Drug Use Monitoring in Australia program. Paper presented to the 7th Australasian Drug and Alcohol Strategy Conference, Brisbane, 17–20 March

Goldsmid S & Gannoni A 2014. Alcohol and drug use as a contributing factor in the commission of crime—perceptions of Australian detainees. Paper presented to the Australian Winter School Conference, Brisbane, 22–24 July

Homel P 2015. Workshop 4: Public contribution to crime prevention and raising awareness of criminal justice—experiences and lessons learned: Background paper. A/CONF.222/13. 13th UN Congress on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice, Doha, Qatar, 12–19 April 2015. http://www.unodc.org/documents/congress//Documentation/A-CONF.222-13/ACONF222_13_e_V1500657.pdf

Homel P 2015. Delivering effective crime prevention messages in the era of new communications technologies. Paper presented to Workshop 4 of the 13th UN Congress on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice, Doha, Qatar, 16 April

Homel P 2014. Community safety and security sector governance in development contexts. Paper presented to the Australian and New Zealand Society of Criminology Conference, Sydney, 1–3 October

Jorna P 2014. It’s not all bribes and backroom deals: corruption trends and complexities in Australian government agencies. Paper presented to the Corruption Prevention Network, Sydney 11 September

Krone T, Cartwright J, Smith RG, Tomison AM, Hutchings A & Macgregor S 2015. Ethnicity and child exploitation material. Paper presented to the 14th Australasian Conference on Child Abuse and Neglect, Auckland, 29 March–1 April 2015

Lyneham S 2015. Broadening the conceptualisation of human trafficking in Australia: the problem of marriage trafficking and how to respond. Paper presented to the Inaugural Asia-Pacific Conference on Gendered Violence and Violations, Sydney, 10–12 February

Lyneham S 2014. Slavery within intimate relationships. Paper presented to the Inaugural National Domestic Violence Summit, Sydney, 8–9 December

Lyneham S 2014. Bride traffic: challenging assumptions about human trafficking to Australia. Paper presented to the 27th annual Australian and New Zealand Society of Criminology Conference, Sydney, 1–3 October

Mann M, Morgan A & Smith M 2015. Understanding online fraud victimisation in Australia. Paper presented to the 15th International Symposium of the World Society of Victimology, Perth, 5–9 July

Mann M & Willis M 2015. Evaluating comprehensive responses to alcohol-related violence: A realist perspective of the Newcastle solution. Paper presented to the Australasian Drug and Alcohol Strategy Conference, 17–20 March

Morgan A 2015. Preventing crime by embracing science: Lessons for practice from Australian and international experience. Keynote presentation to the Safer Cities Conference, Melbourne, 8 July

Morgan A 2015. What does prison really cost? Estimating the wider costs and savings associated with imprisonment and community corrections. Paper presented to the Stockholm Criminology Symposium, Stockholm, 8–10 June

Morgan A 2015. The use of evidence to inform decision-making: Tackling the challenge of translating research into practice. Paper presented to the Strengthening Evaluation & Evidence-based Policy: Ensuring quality evidence to support decision making conference, Sydney, 15 April

Morgan A 2014. Mapping and analysing the context of your policymaking to guarantee policy success: Lessons from crime prevention and criminal justice. Paper presented to the Government Policy Development, Implementation & Evaluation Summit, Canberra, 29 October

Morgan A 2014. What does prison really cost? Estimating the wider costs and savings associated with imprisonment and community corrections. Paper presented to the Australian and New Zealand Society of Criminology Conference, Sydney, 1–3 October

Morgan A 2014. Adam Sutton Crime Prevention Award 2014. PacifiCrim 11(2): 6

Morgan A 2014. Improving the evaluation of crime prevention and reduction programs through research-practitioner partnerships. Learning Communities Journal 12: 108–127

Morgan A, Cussen T, Gannoni A & Payne J 2015. The impact of community-based drug and alcohol treatment on reoffending in Indigenous communities. Paper presented to the Applied Research in Crime and Justice Conference, Sydney, 18 February

Morgan A & Maynard J 2014. Evaluating crime prevention strategies: Practical evaluation in a local government context. Workshop at the Holistic Community Safety: Innovative Strategies to Drive Safety and Security Conference, Sydney, 28 November

Smith RG 2015. Understanding how misuse of personal information facilitates financial crime. Paper presented to the IQPC Australian Financial Crime Summit, Sydney, 28 July

Smith RG 2015. Roundtable discussion: How to prevent the commission of identity fraud. IQPC Australian Financial Crime Summit, Sydney, 28 July

Smith RG 2015. The nature and extent of criminal misuse of personal information. Invited keynote address to the International Conference on Cyber Crime and Computer Forensics 2015—Identity Misuse and IP Crime in Cyberspace: Risks and Solutions for 2015 and Beyond, Macau, 21 June

Smith RG 2015. Understanding the drivers of fraud and the motivations of offenders. Plenary keynote address to the Chartered Accountants Australia & New Zealand (formerly NZICA) Fraud and Forensic Accounting Conference, Auckland, 21 May

Smith RG 2015. Individual risk factors of fraud victimisation. Paper presented to the Chartered Accountants Australia & New Zealand (formerly NZICA) Fraud and Forensic Accounting Conference, Auckland, 21 May

Smith RG 2015. Counting the costs of not mitigating fraud in Australia. Paper presented to the Akolade 4th Annual Fraud Prevention and Detection Summit, Sydney, 28 April

Smith RG 2015. Panel: detecting and preventing fraud with the use of automated continuous monitoring tools. Akolade 4th Annual Fraud Prevention and Detection Summit, Sydney, 28 April

Smith RG 2015. Panel: Reprisals against whistleblowers who make reports in the public interest. IBAC Protected Disclosure Coordinator Annual Forum, Melbourne, 6 March

Smith RG 2015. Is there a Typical Fraudster?, IBAC Podcast no 3. http://www.ibac.vic.gov.au/news-and-features/article/is-there-a-typical-fraudster

Smith RG 2015. Organised Crime and Public Sector Corruption, IBAC Podcast no 2. http://www.ibac.vic.gov.au/news-and-features/article/ibac-launches-second-podcast

Smith RG 2014. Profiling fraud offenders. Paper presented to the IBAC Practitioners’ Forum, Bendigo, 13 November

Smith RG 2014. Blind spots: investigating so as to detect infiltration. Paper presented to the Institute of Public Administration Australia (NSW Division) 10th National Investigations Symposium, Sydney, 5 November

Smith RG 2014. Facilitating fraud: risks for criminologists. Paper presented to the AIC Staff Seminar, Canberra, 9 October

Smith RG 2014. The development of cybercrime: Past, present and future. Paper presented to the ECPR General Conference: Standing Group on Organised Crime, Understanding and Tackling the Roots of Insecurity: Terrorism, Transnational Organised Crime and Corruption, Glasgow, 4 September

Smith RG 2014. Criminogenic effects of economic crime prevention information. Plenary address to 32nd International Symposium on Economic Crime, Jesus College, Cambridge, 2 September

Smith RG 2014. Workshop: The nature and extent of criminal misuse of personal information. 32nd International Symposium on Economic Crime, Jesus College, Cambridge, 2 September

Smith RG, Lau LY-C & Cheung RC-C 2015. Cybercrime risks and responses—eastern and western perspectives. Paper presented to the 7th Annual Conference of the Asian Criminological Society: Criminology and Criminal Justice in a Changing World: Contributions from Asia, Hong Kong, 26 June

Smith RG and Parmentier S 2014. Comparing public perceptions of crime in Australia and Belgium. Paper presented to the 14th Annual Conference of the European Society of Criminology, Prague, Czech Republic, 10 September

Tomison AM 2014. Violence in Australia: What do we know about violence in Australia, what are the policy directions and challenges? Invited presentation to the Violence Prevention in the Australian Context Workshop, Deakin University, Melbourne, 1 July

Tomison AM 2014. The role of not for profits in preventing and responding to child abuse and neglect in Australia: An overview. Keynote presentation (via video) to the Not for Profit Organisations (NFO) Forum on Child Abuse Prevention, 20th ISPCAN International Conference on Child Abuse and Neglect, Nagoya Japan, 13–17 September

Tomison AM 2014. Work of the AIC. Neighbourhood Watch Australia Annual General Meeting conference, Cabarita Beach, 23 October

Tomison AM 2014. Evidence-based disruption and intervention to prevent online crime. Paper presented (via video) to the International Centre for the Prevention of Crime (ICPC) 11th Colloquium on Crime Prevention in a Mobile World, Palermo, 17–19 November

Tomison AM 2014. The Australian Institute of Criminology: An overview. Paper presented to the Nepalese criminal justice delegation, AIC, Canberra, 1–2 December 2014

Tomison AM 2015. Co-chair’s opening address to the 14th Australasian Conference on Child Abuse and Neglect (ACCAN 2015), Auckland, 29 March–1 April 2015

Tomison AM 2015. Workshop Moderator for Workshop no. 4, Public contribution to crime prevention and raising awareness of criminal justice: experiences and lessons learned. 13th UN Congress on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice, Doha, Qatar 12–19 April

Tomison AM 2015. Child homicide (filicide): Australian trends and issues. Keynote presentation to the Addressing Filicide: 2nd International Conference—Moving to Prevention, Prato, Italy, 3–4 June

Tomison AM 2015. Crime Prevention ASSIST: A framework for training local crime prevention officers in Australia. Paper presented as part of the workshop Crime Prevention Training for Practitioners at the 9th Annual International Forum for Crime Prevention, at the 20th German Congress on Crime Prevention, Frankfurt, Germany, 8–9 June

Tomison A & Morgan A 2015. The economics of crime prevention: An Australian perspective. Paper presented to the 9th Annual International Forum for Crime Prevention, Frankfurt, 8 June

Willis M 2015. The state of Australia’s prisons. Paper presented to the Prison Planning and Design Conference, Melbourne, 17 March

Willis M 2015. Participation in two panel sessions of the National Policy Officers’ Evidence-Based Policy Development Conference, Canberra, 9–10 June

Willis M, Coghlan S & Goldsmid S 2014. Drug Use Monitoring in Australia: an overview. Paper presented to the Australia and New Zealand Society of Criminology Conference, Sydney, 1–3 October

Willis M 2014, Coghlan S & Goldsmid S 2014. Drug Use Monitoring in Australia: an overview. Presentation to the Nepalese criminal justice delegation, AIC, 2 December

Appendix 4: sample of external citations of AIC research works

This list is a sample of the scope of influence of AIC research among relevant stakeholders

Australian Parliament

Australian Parliament. Senate Hansard 26 November 2014. Crimes Legislation Amendment (Psychoactive Substances and Other Measures) Bill 2014 cites Australian crime: Facts & figures 2013, Australian Institute of Criminology

Australian Parliament. House of Representatives Standing Committee on Health—The Silent Disease: Inquiry into Hepatitis C in Australia—June 2015 cites Prison HIV Peer Education: report of the National Prison HIV Peer Education Project. Australian Institute of Criminology

Australian Parliament. Committee Hansard Parliamentary Joint Committee on Law Enforcement 9 September 2014. Financial related crime. Cites AIC research on remittance services

Australian Parliament. Committee Hansard Parliamentary Joint Committee on Foreign Affairs, Defence and Trade 21 August 2014. Human rights issues confronting women and girls in the Indian Ocean and Asia-Pacific region. Cites AIC research Vulnerabilities to trafficking in persons in the Pacific Islands. Australian Institute of Criminology

Australian Parliament. Senate Legal and Constitutional Affairs References Committee April 2015. Ability of Australian law enforcement authorities to eliminate gun-related violence in the community. Cites Firearm trafficking and serious and organised crime gangs. Australian Institute of Criminology

Australian Parliament. House of Representatives Standing Committee on Indigenous Affairs 5 September 2014. Harmful use of alcohol in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities. Cites AIC recidivism studies

Australian Parliament. House of Representatives Standing Committee on Social Policy and Legal Affairs. Reviewing Troubled Waters: consideration of the Government response to the 2012 inquiry into arrangements surrounding crimes at sea

Australian Parliament. House of Representatives. Social Service Legislation Amendment Bill 2015 debate. Cites Summary of arson legislation-indictable offences

Australian Parliament. House of Representatives. Crimes legislation Amendment (Powers, Offences and Other Measures Bill 2015) cites Australian crime: Facts & figures 2013

Commonwealth Government policy documents

Australian Crime Commission 2015. Illicit drug data report 2013–14

Australian Crime Commission 2015. Organised crime in Australia 2015

AIFS 2014. Who abuses children? CFCA Resource Sheet

AIFS 2014. Child deaths from abuse and neglect. CFCA Resource Sheet

AIFS 2014. Child protection and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children. CFCA Resource Sheet

AIFS 2015. Conceptualising the prevention of child sexual abuse Final report. Research Report No. 33

AIFS 2014. Under the influence? Considering the role of alcohol and sexual assault in social contexts (ACSSA Issues No. 18)

AIFS 2015. Commonwealth Place-Based Service Delivery Initiatives. Key Learnings project Research Report No.32

AIHW 2014. Alcohol and other drug treatment and diversion from the Australian criminal justice system: 2012–13

AIHW 2014. Law and justice: prevention and early intervention programs for Indigenous youth. Resource sheet no.34

AIHW 2014 Supporting healthy communities through arts programs. Resource sheet no.28

Auditor-General ANAO Report No. 41 2014–15. The award of funding under the safer streets programme. Cites Considerations for establishing a public space CCTV network. Australian Institute of Criminology

Auditor-General ANAO Report No. 22 2014–15 . Administration of the Indigenous Legal Assistance Programme. Cites Deaths in custody in Australia to 30 June 2011. Australian Institute of Criminology

Department of Health 2014. Intergovernmental committee on drugs (IGCD) framework for a national response to new psychoactive substances. Cites DUMA waste water initiative

Department of Social Services 2014. Second Action Plan 2013–2016 Moving Ahead of the National Plan to Reduce violence against women and their children 2010–2022

State and territory governments and parliaments

Australian Capital Territory

ACT Auditor-General’s Report 2015. The rehabilitation of male detainees at the Alexander Maconochie Centre. Report No.2/2015

ACT Auditor-General’s Report 2014. Annual report 2013–14. Report No.6/2014

ACT Legislative Assembly Standing Committee on Justice and Community Safety 2015. Inquiry into sentencing. Report No.4

New South Wales

Legislative Council 2014. Amphetamine Use. Quotes Australian crime: Facts & figures 2013

Legislative Assembly 2014. Courts Legislation Amendment (Broadcasting Judgements) Bill 2014 Second reading. Discusses Public judgement on sentencing: Final results from the Tasmanian Jury Sentencing Study (Trends & Issues 407)

NSW Parliamentary Research Service 2015. Domestic and family violence: Briefing paper 5/2015

NSW Parliamentary Research Service 2015. Reducing adult reoffending: Briefing paper 2/2015

Office of the Public Advocate 2014. The need for a disability justice plan for Queensland: Submission to the inquiry on strategies to prevent and reduce criminal activity in Queensland

Queensland

Queensland District Court Decisions. Barry v Commissioner of Police 2015. Quotes AIC published domestic violence statistics

Tasmania

Tasmania Parliament 2015. Firearms (Miscellaneous Amendments) Bill 2015 (No. 3) Second reading

Tasmania. Law Reform Institute 2015. Bullying Issues paper No. 21. Cites ‘What Harm Does Bullying Do?’, a paper presented to the AIC Children and Crime: Victims and Offenders Conference 1999

Western Australia

Western Australia 2015. Community Development and Justice Standing Committee. Are we there yet? How WA Police determines whether traffic law enforcement is effective

Law Reform and Commissions

Judicial Commission of New South Wales 2015. Sentencing in NSW: a cross-jurisdictional comparison of full-time imprisonment

Law Reform Commission of Western Australia 2014. Enhancing Family and Domestic Violence Laws

Non-government stakeholder agency and university reports

Australasian College for Emergency Medicine 2014. Measures to reduce alcohol and drug-related violence (submission to NSW Parliament)

Drug Policy Modelling Program UNSW 2014. Measures to reduce alcohol and drug-related violence (submission to NSW Parliament)

Foundation for Alcohol Research & Education 2015. National framework for action to prevent alcohol-related family violence

Foundation for Alcohol Research & Education 2015. A national examination of Random Breath Testing and alcohol-related traffic crash rates (2000–2012)

Foundation for Alcohol Research & Education 2015. The hidden harm: Alcohol’s impact on children and families

Salvation Army Property Trust 2014. Measures to reduce alcohol and drug-related violence (submission to NSW Parliament)

City of Sydney 2014. Measures to reduce alcohol and drug-related violence (submission to NSW Parliament)

Royal Australasian College of Surgeons 2014. Measures to reduce alcohol and drug-related violence (submission to NSW Parliament)

Faculty of Health, Deakin University 2014. Measures to reduce alcohol and drug-related violence (submission to NSW Parliament)

Alcohol, Tobacco and Other Drugs Council Tas 2014. Medical marijuana (submission to the Tasmanian Parliament)

Drug Free Australian 2014. Medical marijuana (submission to the Tasmanian Parliament)

Academic textbooks and international handbooks reports

Scottish Centre for Crime & Justice Research 2014. Violence against women: effective interventions and practices with perpetrators: A literature review. SCCJR Research Report No. 05/2014

Dragiewicz, Molly (Ed.) 2015. Global HumanTrafficking: Critical Issues and Contexts. London: Routledge

Hayes, Sharon 2014. Sex, love and abuse: discourses on domestic violence and sexual assault. Houndmills, Basingstoke, Hampshire: Palgrave Macmillan

Peer-reviewed journals

Aloi P 2015. Victim impact statements in Western Australia. University of Western Australia Law Review 38(2): 24–45

Arsovska J 2014. Introduction: Illicit firearms market in Europe and beyond. European Journal of Criminal Policy and Research 20(3): 29–305

Bond C & Jeffries S 2014. Similar punishment? Comparing sentencing outcomes in domestic and non-domestic violence cases. BJC 54(5): 849–872

Boxall, H 2014. When the best laid plans go astray: a case study in pragmatic approaches to evaluation. Learning communities: International Journal of Learning in Social Contexts 14: 96–107

Broadley K 2014. Equipping child protection practitioners to intervene to protect children from cumulative harm: legislation and policy in Victoria, Australia. Australian Journal of Social Issues 49(3): 265–284

Brown R 2014. Seeing is believing? Experiences of using systematic social observation as an evaluation method. Learning communities: International Journal of Learning in Social Contexts 14: 82–95

Buchanan F, Power C & Verity F 2014. The effects of domestic violence on the formation of relationships between women and their babies: “I was too busy protecting my baby to attach”. Journal of Family Violence 29(7): 713–724

Cashmore J & Shackel R 2014. Responding to historical child sexual abuse and the needs of survivors. Current issues in Criminal Justice 26 (1): 1–4

Cashmore J & Shackel R 2014. Gender differences in the context and consequences of child sexual abuse. Current issues in Criminal Justice 26(1): 75–105

Chua S & Foley T 2014. Implementing restorative justice to address Indigenous youth recidivism and over incarceration in the Act: navigating law reform dynamics. Australian Indigenous Law Review 18(1):138–152

Cross C & Blackshaw D 2014. Improving the Police Response to Online Fraud. Policing: a journal of policy and practice 1–10 Ahead of print Dec

Darroch & Mazerolle 2015 Intelligence-led policing: a comparative analysis of community context influencing innovation uptake. Policing and Society 25 (1): 1–24

Eriksson L, Mazerolle P, Wortley R, & Johnson H 2014. Maternal and Paternal Filicide: Case Studies from the Australian Homicide Project, Child Abuse Rev Ahead of print Dec

Eriksson L & Mazerolle P A 2015. A Cycle of Violence? Examining Family-of-Origin Violence, Attitudes and Intimate Partner Violence Perpetration. Journal of Interpersonal Violence 30(6) 945–64

Gordon H, Kelty S & Julian R 2015. An evaluation of the level of service/case management inventory in an Australian community corrections environment. Psychiatry, Psychology and Law 22(2): 247–258

Groves A 2014. Rethinking the methamphetamine situation: perceptions of risk and current policy. Current issues in Criminal Justice. 26(2):195

Halsey M & Deegan S 2015. Picking up the pieces: female significant others in the lives of young (ex)incarcerated males. Criminology & Criminal Justice 15(2) 131–151

Horyniak D, Dietze P, Degenhardt L et al. 2014. Age-related differences in patterns of criminal activity among a large sample of polydrug injectors in Australia. Journal of Substance Use: 1–9. Ahead of print

Horyniak D, Stoove M, Degenhardt L et al. 2015. How do drug markets changes affect characteristics of injecting initiation and subsequent patterns of drug use? International journal of drug policy. 26(1): 43–50

Kesic D & Thomas S 2014. Do prior histories of violence and mental disorders impact on violent behaviour during encounters with police? International journal of law and psychiatry 37(4): 409–414.

Kornhauser R & Laster K 2014. Punitiveness in Australia: electronic monitoring vs the prison. Crime, Law and Social Change 62(4): 445–474

Lonne B & Gillespie K 2014. How do Australian print media representations of child abuse and neglect inform the public and system reform? Child Abuse & Neglect 38(5): 837–850

Loya, R 2014. The role of sexual violence in creating and maintaining economic insecurity among asset-poor women of color. Violence against women 20 (11): 1,299–1,320.

Mann M, Menih H & Smith C 2015. There is ‘hope for you yet’: The female drug offender in sentencing discourse. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Criminology 47(3): 355–373

Marchetti E 2015. An Australian Indigenous-focussed justice response to intimate partner violence: offenders perceptions of the sentencing process. British Journal of Criminology 55(1): 86–106

Mcclean J. Youth crime and the responsibilities of parents: the case for parental control orders. Western Australia. University of Western Australia Law Review 38(2): 117–151

Morgan A 2014. Improving the evaluation of crime prevention and reduction programs through research-practitioner partnerships. Learning communities: International Journal of Learning in Social Contexts 14: 108–126

Murphy K 2015 Does procedural justice matter to youth? Comparing adults’ and youths’ willingness to collaborate with police. Policing and Society 25(1): 53–76

Newbury M 2014. Historical child sexual abuse investigations: a case for law reform. Current Issues in Criminal Justice 26(1): 43–54

O’Leary, J 2014. Out of step and out of touch: Queensland’s 2014 youth justice amendments. Current Issues in Criminal Justice 26(2): 159–175

Papalia N, Thomas S, Ching H et al. 2015. Changes in the prevalence and nature of violent crime by youth in Victoria Australia. Psychiatry, Psychology and Law 22(2): 213–223

Parkinson P 2014. Child sexual abuse and the churches: a story of moral failure? Current Issues in Criminal Justice 26(1): 119–138

Richards K 2014. A promise and a possibility: the limitations of the traditional criminal justice system as an explanation for the emergence of restorative justice. Restorative Justice 2(2): 124–141

Roberts D, Chamberlain P & Delfabbro P 2014. : Women’s Experiences of the Processes Associated with the Family Court of Australia in the Context of Domestic Violence: A Thematic Analysis. Psychiatry, Psychology and Law Nov: 1–19

Starfelt L, Young R, Palk G et al. 2015. Young Australian adults’ beliefs about alcohol’s role in sexual aggression and victimisation. Culture, Health & Sexuality: An International Journal for Research, Intervention and Care. 17(1): 104–118

Shead K 2014. Responding to historical child sexual abuse: a prosecution perspective on current challenges and future directions. Current Issues in Criminal Justice 26(1): 55–73

Starfelt L, Young R, Palk G et al. 2015. A qualitative exploration of young Australian adults’ understanding of and explanations for alcohol-involved rape. Psychiatry, Psychology and Law 22(3): 337–354

Tilley N, Rayment-McHugh S, Smallbone S et al. 2014. On being realistic about reducing the prevalence and impacts of youth sexual violence and abuse in two Australian Indigenous communities. Learning communities: International Journal of Learning in Social Contexts 14: 6–27

Townsley M, Birks D & Bernasco W 2015. Burglar target selection: a cross-national comparison. Journal of Crime and Delinquency 52(1): 3–31

Tulich T 2015. Post-sentence preventive detention and extended supervision of high risk offenders in New Soouth Wales. UNSW Law Journal 38(2): 823–853

Webster J 2015. Effective third-party policing partnerships or missed opportunites? Policing and Society 25(1): 97–114

Wilcock S 2014. Official discourses of the Australian ‘welfare cheat’. Current Issues in Criminal Justice 26(2): 177–194

Willis M & Tomison A 2014. Program evaluation in a cross-cultural context: Action research, program logic and youth justice in Thailand. Learning communities: International Journal of Learning in Social Contexts 14: 128–142

Van Dyken E, Lai F, Thai P et al. 2014. Challenges and opportunities in using wastewater analysis to measure drug use in a small prison facility. Drug and Alcohol Review Ahead of print. Oct

Appendix 5: Roundtables and forums

23 February 2015

Canberra: Indigenous Justice Clearinghouse working group teleconference

6 May 2015

Canberra: Indigenous Justice Clearinghouse working group teleconference

21 May 2015

Sydney: DUMA NSW Steering Committee meeting

1 June 2015

Canberra: DUMA site managers teleconference

4 June 2015

Canberra: Managing intoxicated and aggressive airline passengers roundtable

Appendix 6: a summary of the aic’s achievements 2009–15

Submissions to Parliamentary inquiries in the past six years

Commonwealth:
2009–10 Australia. House of Representatives. Standing Committee on Communications. Inquiry into cybercrime. July 2009. (Submission and Hearing)
AGD. Family Courts violence review. October 2009
AGD. Review of Part 1D of the Crime Act (1914). November 2009
Australia. House of Representatives. Standing Committee on Family, Community, Housing and Youth. Inquiry into the impact of violence on young Australians. December 2009. (Submission and Hearing)
Australia. House of Representatives. Standing Committee on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Affairs. Inquiry into the high level of involvement of Indigenous juveniles and young adults in the criminal justice system. February 2010. (Submission and Hearing)
Australia. Senate. Standing Committee on Legal and Constitutional Affairs. Inquiry into the Crimes Legislation Amendment (Sexual Offences Against Children) Bill 2010. February 2010 (Submission)
Australia. Joint Select Committee on Cyber Safety. Inquiry into cyber safety issues affecting children and young people. June 2010 (Submission)
2010–11 Australia. Parliament. Senate Standing Committee on Legal and Constitutional Affairs. Inquiry into the Combating the Financing of People Smuggling and Other Measures Bill 2011. March 2011. (Submission)
Australia. Joint Select Committee on Cyber-Safety. Inquiry into cyber-safety issues affecting children and young people. March 2011. (Hearing)
2011–12 PM&C. Response to the Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet’s Discussion Paper: Connecting With Confidence: Optimising Australia’s Digital Future. November 2011 (Submission)
Australia. Parliament. Joint Select Committee on Cyber-Safety. Inquiry into Cybersafety for Senior Australians. February 2012 (Submission); October 2012 (Hearing)
Australia. Parliament. Senate Standing Committee on Legal and Constitutional Affairs. Inquiry into Marriage Visa classes. March 2012 (Submission); May 2012 (Hearing)
2012–13 Australia. Parliament. Senate Standing Committee on Constitutional and Legal Affairs. Submission to Inquiry into the Crimes Legislation Amendment (Slavery, Slavery-like Conditions and People Trafficking) Bill 2012. August 2012 (Submission)
Australia. Joint Standing Committee on Foreign Affairs, Defence and Trade, Human Rights Sub-Committee. Inquiry into Slavery, Slavery-like Conditions and People Trafficking. September 2012 (Submission); November 2012 (Hearing); December 2012 (Response to Questions on Notice)
Australia. Additional submission in respect of the Prime Minister and Cabinet’s Discussion Paper Connecting With Confidence: Optimising Australia’s Digital Future 2011. December 2012 (Submission)
Minister for Broadband, Communications and the Digital Economy invited the AIC to provide additional input into the development of the Digital White Paper. December 2012
2013–14 ABS. Response to Australian Bureau of Statistics Draft Conceptual Framework for Cybercrime. September 2013 (Submission)
Australia. Parliament. Senate Legal and Constitutional Affairs Legislation Committee. Inquiry into the Criminal Code Amendment (Misrepresentation of Age to a Minor) Bill 2013. March 2014 (Submission)
2014–15 Australia. Parliament. Senate Legal and Constitutional Affairs Legislation Committee. Inquiry into the Crimes Legislation Amendment (Psychoactive Substances and Other Measures) Bill 2014. August 2014 (Submission)
Australia. Parliament. Senate Legal and Constitutional Affairs References Committee. Inquiry into the ability of Australian law enforcement authorities to eliminate gun-related violence in the community. August 2014 (Submission); October 2014 (Hearing)
Australia. Parliament. Joint Committee on Law Enforcement. Inquiry into crystal methamphetamine (ICE). June 2015. Submission by the Attorney-General’s department, Australian Crime Commission, Australian Federal Police, Australian Institute of Criminology, Australian Transaction Reports and Analysis Centre, Immigration and Border Protection Portfolio
State/Territory:
2009–10 Vic. Parliament. Inquiry into Trafficking of Women for Sexual Purposes. December 2009 (Hearing)
2010–11 Nil.
2011–12 NSW. Parliament. Legislative Council Standing Committee on Social Issues. Inquiry into domestic violence trends and issues in NSW. September 2011 (Submission)
2013–14 Vic. Parliament. Law Reform Drugs and Crime Prevention Committee. Inquiry into Methamphetamine use. November 2013, February 2014 (Committee hearings)
2014–15 Vic. Parliament. Law Reform Drugs and Crime Prevention Committee. Inquiry into Methamphetamine use. August 2014 (Committee hearing)
Qld. Queensland Parliament Legal Affairs and Community Safety Committee. Inquiry into Weapons (Digital 3D and Printed Firearms) Amendment Bill 2014. July 2014 (Submission)
Qld. Queensland Parliament Legal Affairs and Community Safety Committee. Inquiry on strategies to prevent and reduce criminal activity in Queensland. August 2014 (Submission)
NSW. New South Wales Sentencing Council. AIC response to possible sentencing measures to achieve deterrence and behaviour change in relation to alcohol and drug fuelled violence. April 2015 (Submission)
Overseas
2011–12 Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons Science and Technology Committee. Inquiry into Malware and Cybercrime. August 2011 (Submission)

AIC publications released since October 20091

Trends & Issues in Crime and Criminal Justice series

382 Consumer fraud in Australia: costs, rates and awareness of the risks in 2008
383 Challenges in mainstreaming specialty courts
384 Mental health, abuse, drug use and crime: Does gender matter?
385 Improving crime prevention knowledge and practice
386 Challenges in dealing with politically exposed persons
387 Confidence in the criminal justice system
388 Crime risks of three-dimensional virtual environments
389 Responding to intimate partner violence victimisation: Effective options for help-seeking
390 Police diversion of young offenders and Indigenous over-representation
391 Following the proceeds of illegal logging in Indonesia
392 Enhancing fairness in DNA jury trials
393 Alternative remittance systems in Australia: Perceptions of users and providers
394 Financing of terrorism: Risks for Australia
395 Unexplained wealth laws in Australia
396 (Mis)perceptions of crime in Australia
397 Cash in transit armed robbery in Australia
398 Police-referred restorative justice for juveniles in Australia
399 Computer security incidents against Australian businesses: Predictors of victimisation
400 Cloud computing: Challenges and future directions
401 Migration and people trafficking in South-East Asia
402 The illegal movement of cash and bearer negotiable instruments: Typologies and regulatory responses
403 Online interactions involving suspected paedophiles who engage male children
404 Integrated responses to domestic violence: Legally mandated intervention programs for male perpetrators
405 Non-disclosure of violence in Australian Indigenous communities
406 Measuring the effectiveness of drug law enforcement
407 Public judgment on sentencing: Final results from the Tasmanian Jury Sentencing Study
408 Cyber threat landscape faced by financial and insurance industry
409 What makes juvenile offenders different from adult offenders?
410 Antisocial behaviour: An examination of individual, family, and neighbourhood factors
412 Prison-based correctional rehabilitation: An overview of intensive interventions for moderate to high-risk offenders
413 Fraud in the ‘outback’: Capable guardianship in preventing financial crime in regional and remote communities
414 Crime families: Gender and the intergenerational transfer of criminal tendencies
415 The trafficking of children in the Asia–Pacific
416 Trends in juvenile detention in Australia
417 Knife crime: Recent data on carriage and use
418 Detecting and preventing welfare fraud
419 Children’s exposure to domestic violence in Australia
420 Risk factors for advance fee fraud victimisation
421 Welfare fraud in Australia: Dimensions and issues
422 Fraud vulnerabilities and the global financial crisis
423 Prescription drug use among detainees: Prevalence, sources and links to crime
424 Misuse of the non-profit sector for money laundering and terrorism financing
425 Poly drug use among police detainees
426 Older prisoners—A challenge for Australian corrections
427 Assessing the social climate of Australian prisons
428 Vulnerabilities to trafficking in persons in the Pacific Islands
429 Misperceptions about child sex offenders
430 Considering local context when evaluating a closed circuit television system in public spaces
431 The impact of structural ageing on crime trends: A South Australian case study
432 Australia’s Pacific Seasonal Worker Pilot Scheme: Managing vulnerabilities to exploitation
433 Computer security threats faced by small businesses in Australia
434 The association between birth cohort size and fluctuating crime levels: A Western Australian case study
435 Youth (in)justice: Oral language competence in early life and risk for engagement in antisocial behaviour in adolescence
436 Organised crime and trafficking in persons
437 Amphetamine users and crime in Western Australia, 1999–2009
438 Mental disorder prevalence at the gateway to the criminal justice system
439 How much crime is drug or alcohol related? Self-reported attributions of police detainees
440 Child sexual abuse and subsequent offending and victimisation: A 45 year follow-up study
441 People trafficking in Australia
442 Measuring drug use patterns in Queensland through wastewater analysis
443 Sentencing scammers: Law and practice
444 Organised crime and public sector corruption: A crime scripts analysis of tactical displacement risks
445 Targeting crime prevention to reduce offending: Identifying communities that generate chronic and costly offenders
446 Profiling heavy vehicle speeding
447 Indigenous disparity in lower court imprisonment decisions: A study of two Australian jurisdictions, 1998 to 2008
448 Effective community-based supervision of young offenders
449 Experiences of trafficked persons: An Indonesian sample
450 Exploitation of Indonesian trafficked men, women and children and implications for support
451 Barriers to trafficked persons’ involvement in criminal justice proceedings: An Indonesian case study
452 Motor vehicle pursuit-related fatalities in Australia, 2000–11
453 Regulating crime prevention design into consumer products: Learning the lessons from electronic vehicle immobilisation
454 The societal costs of alcohol misuse in Australia
455 Good practice lessons from Australian Crime and Violence Prevention Awards winners
456 Cloud computing for small business: Criminal and security threats and prevention measures
457 Youth gangs in a remote Indigenous community: Importance of cultural authority and family support
458 Evaluating crime prevention: Lessons from large-scale community crime prevention programs
459 Malicious hoax calls and suspicious fires: An examination of their spatial and temporal dynamics
460 Mobile device forensics: A snapshot
461 Bonds, suspended sentences and reoffending: Does the length of the order matter?
462 Online communities: Utilising emerging technologies to improve crime prevention knowledge, practice and dissemination
463 Oral language competence and restorative justice processes: Refining preparation and the measurement of conference outcomes
464 Human trafficking and slavery offenders in Australia
465 Profiling parental child sex abuse
466 ID scanners in the night-time economy: Social sorting or social order?
467 Australian threshold quantities for ‘drug trafficking’: Are they placing drug users at risk of unjustified sanction?
468 Help-seeking strategies of victim/survivors of human trafficking involving partner migration
469 Same-sex intimate partner homicide in Australia
471 Experiences of exploitation and human trafficking among a sample of Indonesian migrant domestic workers
472 Effective drink driving prevention and enforcement strategies: Approaches to improving practice
473 Responding to organised crime through intervention in recruitment pathway
474 Challenges of responding to online fraud victimisation in Australia
475 Modelling the effectiveness of counter-terrorism interventions
476 Risky facilities: Analysis of crime concentration in high-rise buildings
478 Victims’ experiences of short and long-term safety and wellbeing: Findings from an examination of an integrated response to domestic violence
479 Where and when: A profile of armed robbery by location
480 Data reduction and data mining framework for digital forensic evidence: Storage, intelligence, review and archive
481 Preventing the onset of youth offending: The impact of the Pathways to Prevention Project on child behaviour and wellbeing
482 Parental sexual offending: Managing risk through diversion
483 Recovery, return and reintegration of Indonesian victims of human trafficking
484 Arson associated homicide in Australia: A 5 year follow up
485 Parole supervision and reoffending
486 Supply-side reduction policy and drug-related harm
487 Identifying first-time family violence perpetrators: The usefulness and utility of categorisations based on police offence records
488 Examining adult onset offending: a case for adult cautioning
489 The ‘oldest tricks in the book’ don’t work! Reports of burglary by DUMA detainees in Western Australia
490 Corruption in Australian sport
492 Homelessness and housing stress among police detainees: Results from the DUMA program
493 Prior offending among family violence perpetrators
494 Domestic violence typologies: What value to practice?
495 Explaining the property crime drop: The offender perspective
496 The serious impact and consequences of physical assault
497 Adult sex offenders in youth-oriented institutions: Evidence on sexual victimisation experiences of offenders and their offending patterns
498 Determining the impact of opioid substitution therapy upon mortality and recidivism among prisoners: A 22 year data linkage study
502 How patterns of injecting drug use evolve in a cohort of people who inject drugs

Research and public policy series

107 Indigenous women’s offending patterns: A literature review
108 Labour trafficking
109 Environmental crime in Australia
110 Community safety in Australian Indigenous communities: Service providers’ perceptions
111 Community Policing in Australia
112 Prison-based correctional offender rehabilitation programs: The 2009 national picture in Australia 113 Anti-money laundering and counter-terrorism financing across the globe: A comparative study of regulatory action
114 Money laundering and terrorism financing risks to Australian non-profit organisations
115 Trade-based money laundering: Risks and regulatory responses
116 Firearm trafficking and serious and organised crime gangs
117 The anti-money laundering and counter-terrorism financing regime in Australia: Perceptions of regulated businesses in Australia
118 Evaluation of alternative dispute resolution initiatives in the care and protection jurisdiction of the NSW Children’s Court
119 Responding to welfare fraud: The Australian experience
120 Effective crime prevention interventions for implementation by local government
121 Evaluation of the Family Group Conferencing pilot program
122.1 Perceptions of money laundering and financing of terrorism in a sample of the Australian legal profession in 2008–09
122.2 Industry perspectives on money laundering and financing of terrorism risks in non-financial sector businesses and professions
123 Targeting crime prevention: Identifying communities that generate chronic and costly offenders
124 Human trafficking involving marriage and partner migration to Australia
125 Bail and remand for young people in Australia: A national research project
126 Male victims of non-sexual and non-domestic violence: Service needs and experiences in court
127 Restorative Justice in the Australian criminal justice system
128 Identity crime and misuse in Australia: Results of the 2013 online survey
129 Counting the costs of crime in Australia: A 2011 estimate

Research in Practice

4 Key issues in alcohol-related violence
5 Key issues in antisocial behaviour
6 Key issues in graffiti
7 Key issues in domestic violence
8 Considerations for establishing a public space CCTV network
9 Covert and cyber bullying
10 Emerging issues in domestic/family violence research
11 Bushfire arson prevention handbook
12 Spectator violence part 1: Professional sporting events
13 Diversion programs for Indigenous women
14 Alcohol and assault on Friday and Saturday nights
15 Alcohol and disorderly conduct on Friday and Saturday nights
16 Patterns of mephedrone, GHB, Ketamine and Rohypnol use among police detainees
17 Victimisation and fear of crime among a sample of police detainees
18 Crime prevention programs for culturally and linguistically diverse communities in Australia
19 Strategies for preventing scrap metal theft
20 Court-based mental health diversion programs
21 Police interviews with vulnerable adult suspects
22 Increase in use of methamphetamine
23 Pharmaceutical drug use among police detainees
24 Scam delivery methods 2007 to 2011
25 Consumer scams—2010 and 2011
26 Decrease in use of ecstasy/MDMA
27 Drug use among police detainees: A comparative analysis of DUMA and the US Arrestee Drug Abuse Monitoring program
28 ‘Initiation into drug use’ addendum: Findings from the DUMA program
29 Male and female assault offending in Australia
30 Convictions for summary insolvency offences committed by company directors
31 Homicides involving international visitors in Australia
32 Forced and servile marriage in the context of human trafficking
34 Police shootings of people with a mental illness
35 Tackling property damage A guide for local commerce groups, councils and police
36 Findings from the DUMA program: Impact of reduced methamphetamine supply on consumption of illicit drugs and alcohol
37 Indigenous and non-Indigenous homicide in Australia
38 Domestic/family homicide in Australia
39 Findings from the DUMA program: Drink and drug driving among police detainees
40 CCTV use by local government: Findings from a national survey
42 Findings from the DUMA program: Internet access, and frequency and nature of use among police detainees

Monitoring Reports

05 Juveniles in detention in Australia, 1981–2007
06 Trafficking in persons monitoring report July 2007–December 2008
07 Juveniles’ contact with the criminal justice system in Australia
08 Firearm theft in Australia 2007–08
09 Drug use monitoring in Australia: 2008 annual report on drug use among police detainees
10 Deaths in custody in Australia: National Deaths in Custody Program 2008
11 Armed robbery in Australia: 2007 National Armed Robbery Monitoring Program annual report
12 Juveniles in detention in Australia, 1981–2008
13 Homicide in Australia: 2007–08 National Homicide Monitoring Program annual report
14 Fraud against the Commonwealth 2008–09 annual report to government
15 Armed robbery in Australia: 2008 National Armed Robbery Monitoring Program annual report
16 Firearm theft in Australia 2008–09
17 Drug use monitoring in Australia: 2009–10 report on drug use among police detainees
18 Fraud against the Commonwealth 2009–10 annual report to government
19 Trafficking in persons monitoring report: January 2009–June 2011
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
21 Homicide in Australia: 2008–09 to 2009–10 National Homicide Monitoring Program annual report
22 Armed robbery in Australia 2009–10: National Armed Robbery Monitoring Program report
23 Homicide in Australia: 2010–11 to 2011–12: National Homicide Monitoring Program report
24 Fraud against the Commonwealth Report to Government 2010–11 to 2012–13
25 Drug use monitoring in Australia: 2011–12 report on drug use among police detainees
26 Deaths in custody in Australia: National Deaths in Custody Program 2011–12 and 2012–13
27 Drug Use Monitoring Australia 2012–13

Technical and background papers

34 Pornography awareness: a process of engagement with Northern Territory Indigenous communities
35 Assessing the impact of ‘available street time’ and mortality on estimates of recidivism
36 A review of confiscation schemes in Australia
37 Improving jury understanding and use of expert DNA evidence
39 Evaluation of the Queensland Murri Court: Final report
40 A model performance framework for community based crime prevention
41 Good practice in women’s prisons: A literature review
42 Cost-benefit analysis and its application to crime prevention and criminal justice research
43 Consumer fraud in Australasia: Results of the Australasian Consumer Fraud Taskforce online Australia surveys 2008 and 2009
44 Measuring juvenile recidivism in Australia
45 ‘Knife crime’ in Australia: Incidence, aetiology and responses
47 Community night patrols in the Northern Territory: Toward an improved performance and reporting framework
48 Policing licensed premises in the Australian Capital Territory
49 First response police officers working in single person patrols: A literature review
50 Australasian Consumer Fraud Taskforce: Results of the 2010 and 2011 online consumer fraud surveys
51 Evaluation of the ACT Sexual Assault Reform Program (SARP): Final report
52 ACT Family Violence Intervention Program review
53 A tough nut to crack: Performance measurement in specialist policing
54 Measuring mental health in criminology research: Lessons from the Drug Use Monitoring in Australia program
55 ACT victims of crime referral project: Final report
56 Australasian Consumer Fraud Taskforce: Results of the 2012 online consumer fraud survey
58 Australasian Consumer Fraud Taskforce: Results of the 2013 online consumer fraud survey
59 Exploring the feasibility of an enhanced monitoring program on human trafficking and slavery
60 The Database of Victimisation Experiences

Other reports

Special Reports
  • Crimes against international students in Australia: 2005–09 (2011)
  • Serious and Organised Investment Fraud in Australia 2012. Joint report of the Australian Crime Commission and Australian Institute of Criminology
  • Historical review of sexual offence and child sexual abuse legislation in Australia: 1788–2013
    Special Report 1 September 2014 (Prepared for the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse)
  • Brief review of contemporary sexual offence and child sexual abuse legislation in Australia
    Special Report 1 September 2014 (Prepared for the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse)
  • Northern Territory Safe Streets Audit 29 July 2014 (Prepared for the NT Government)
  • Indigenous youth justice programs evaluation
  • Evaluation of the Victorian Community Crime Prevention Program: Final report 10 June 2015
Bushfire arson bulletins

56 Copycat or serial arson
57 The changing meaning of arson in Australia
58 Patterns in bushfire arson
59 The number of fires and who lights them
60 Cost of bushfires
61 Responding to bushfire arson

AIC Crime reduction matters

80 Using CCTV to reduce antisocial behaviour
81 Strategies to combat graffiti

Transnational crime brief

7 Risks of money laundering and the financing of terrorism arising from alternative remittance systems

Corporate AIC publications

Australian crime: Facts & figures 2009
Australian crime: Facts & figures 2010
Australian crime: Facts & figures 2011
Australian crime: Facts & figures 2012
Australian crime: Facts & figures 2013
Australian crime: Facts & figures 2014 (forthcoming)

Australian Institute of Criminology and Criminology Research Council Annual report 2009–10
Australian Institute of Criminology and Criminology Research Council Annual report 2010–11
Australian Institute of Criminology and Criminology Research Council Annual report 2011–12
Australian Institute of Criminology Annual report 2012–13
Australian Institute of Criminology Annual report 2013–14

Other peer-reviewed publications by staff of the AIC and/or reports published by clients

From 200910 to July 2015 AIC staff authored an additional 210 publications, approximately half of which were peer-reviewed or other types of academic papers, and a further 40 of which were academic reports published by other agencies (eg contracting departments).

Conferences organised/run by the AIC: July 2009–2015

2009
  • Indigenous young people, crime and justice conference. 31 August 2009, Parramatta NSW
  • Pacific trafficking in persons forum. 2 September 2009, Wellington NZ
  • Drugs, crime and their impact on the community: DUMA Annual Conference 2009. 10 September 2009, Adelaide
  • Australian Consumer Fraud Taskforce Agency Forum 2009. 8 October 2009, Canberra
  • 8th ISPCAN Asia-Pacific Regional Conference on Child Abuse and Neglect and 11th Australasian Conference on Child Abuse and Neglect. 1518 November 2009, Perth
2010
  • Collaborating for change: A symposium advancing bushfire arson prevention in Australia. 25 March 2010, Melbourne
  • 1st AIC student criminology forum 2010. 30 July 2010, Canberra
  • 1st International Serious and Organised Crime Conference 2010. 18 October 2010, Melbourne
2011
  • Young people, risk and resilience: The challenges of alcohol, drugs and violence conference. 7 March 2011, Melbourne
  • Meeting the needs of victims of crime. 18 May 2011, Sydney
  • 2nd AIC Student criminology forum 2011. 6 July 2011, Griffith
  • Crime prevention and policy: New tools for contemporary challenges. 23 November 2011, Sydney
2012
  • AIC Commonwealth agency forum 2012. 02 April 2012, Canberra
  • Truth, testimony, relevance: improving the quality of evidence in sexual offence cases. 15 May 2012, Melbourne
  • Crime prevention and communities: Social and environmental strategies for safer neighbourhoods
    4 June 2012, Sydney Convention and Exhibition Centre
  • 3rd Student criminology forum 2012. 6 July 2012, Australian Institute of Criminology
2013
  • Australasian Youth Justice Conference. 2022 May, Canberra
  • 4th AIC Student criminology forum 2013. 5 July 2013, Australian Institute of Criminology, Canberra
  • 2nd International Serious and Organised Crime Conference 2013. 2930 July 2013, Brisbane Convention Centre
  • World Crime Forum. 2829 October 2013, Australian Institute of Criminology, Canberra
  • 13th Australasian Conference on Child Abuse and Neglect. 1013 November 2013, Pullman Melbourne Albert Park
2014
  • Homicide: Precursors and Prevention. 2425 March 2014, Brisbane
  • Crime Prevention and Communities: Building Better Local Solutions. 1011 June 2014, Melbourne
  • 5th AIC Student criminology forum 2014. 4 July 2014, Canberra
2015
  • 14th Australasian Conference on Child Abuse and Neglect. 29 March1 April 2015, Auckland, Aotearoa New Zealand
  • 15th International Symposium of the World Society of Victimology. 59 July 2015, Perth, Western Australia
  • 6th AIC Student criminology forum 2015. 17 July 2015, Canberra

2013–14 sample of external citations of AIC research

In 2014 the AIC generated a one-off assessment of the external citations of AIC work as a demonstration of the scope and influence of AIC research among relevant stakeholders. A sample of these citations is provided here.

Australian Parliament
  • Australian Parliament. House of Representatives Hansard 16 June 2014. Private Members’ Business: World Elder Abuse Awareness Day cites AIC research on under-reporting of elder abuse
  • Australian Parliament. Senate Hansard 16 June 2014. Debate on Aboriginal deaths in custody cites AIC‘s National Deaths in Custody monitoring program research
  • Australian Parliament. Senate Hansard 10 December 2013. Debate on juvenile detention in Western Australia cites AIC’s work on diversion of children and young people away from the formal youth justice system
  • Australian Parliament. Senate Hansard 4 December 2013. Matters of public interest: Indigenous Communities cites AIC offender statistics
  • Australian Parliament. Senate Hansard 2 December 2013. Debate on youth crime cites AIC costs of crime research
Commonwealth Government policy documents
  • Australian Bureau of Statistics 2013. In Focus: Crime and Justice Statistics, October 2013
  • Australian Crime Commission 2013. Organised crime In Australia 2013. Canberra: The Commission
  • Australian Crime Commission 2013. Facts sheets on:
    • environmental crime;
    • financial crime;
    • cybercrime;
    • fraud;
    • illicit firearms;
    • outlaw motorcycle gangs;
    • criminal infiltration in the private security industry.
  • Australian Institute of Family Studies (AIFS) 2013. Child protection statistics for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children
  • AIHW 2013 Programs to improve interpersonal safety in Indigenous communities: Evidence and issues
  • AIHW 2013. The role of community patrols in improving safety in Indigenous communities
  • Dept. Social Security 2014. National Plan to Reduce Violence against Women and their Children. Second Action Plan 2013–2016: Moving Ahead
  • National Mental Health Commission 2013. National Mental Health and Suicide Prevention Report Card drew from AIC’s report on Police shootings of people with mentally illness
  • Productivity Commission 2013. Deep and persistent disadvantage in Australia. Melbourne: The Commission
  • Productivity Commission 2014. Report on Government Services 2014. Chapter 16 Youth justice services
State and Territory governments and parliaments
Australian Capital Territory
  • Bravehearts 2014. Submission to the ACT Standing Committee on Justice and Community Safety into the Sentencing of Child Sex Offenders. March 2014
  • Legislative Assembly for the ACT Hansard 10 April 2014. Debate on trafficable quantities for controlled drugs cited an AIC report that compared the laws by jurisdiction
  • Legislative Assembly for the ACT Hansard 8 May 2014. Extensively cited AIC deaths in custody reports while debating on police pursuit driving policy
New South Wales
Queensland
  • Keelty M 2013. Sustaining the unsustainable: Police and Community Safety Review. Final report. Queensland government
  • Queensland Parliament Hansard Debates. 21 Mar 2014 cites AIC research on boot camps
  • Queensland Parliament Hansard Debates on Youth Justice Amendment Bill. 18 Mar 2014 cites AIC research on incarceration and recidivism of young people
  • Queensland Parliament. Legal Affairs and Community Safety Committee. Report on Crime and Misconduct and Other Legislation Amendment Bill 2014. Mentions of the AIC are made in relation to the CMC’s research functions
  • Queensland Parliament. Legal Affairs and Community Safety Committee. Report on Youth Justice and Other Legislation Amendment Bill 2014 refers to AIC research on characteristics of juvenile offending
Northern Territory
  • Lindeman M, Flouris A and Lopes J 2013. Youth programs in remote Central Australian Aboriginal communities. Centre for Remote Health and the Central Australian Youth Link Up service cites AIC research
  • NT Dept of Attorney-General and Justice presented a paper at the 2013 Australasian Conference on Child Abuse and Neglect, organised by the AIC, on the association between criminal behaviour and experience of maltreatment as a child
  • Aboriginal Peak Organisations NT Submission to Northern Territory Government ’s new Domestic and Family Violence Strategy February 2014 cites AIC research on the societal costs of alcohol misuse in Australia
South Australia
  • South Australian Parliament. Hansard 4 August 2013 debate on graffiti laws cites AIC research
Victoria
  • Callinan I 2013. Review of the Parole System in Victoria. Melbourne: Department of Justice—Corrections Victoria
  • Victorian Council of Social Service 2013. Crime and justice Special issue of Insight
Tasmania
  • Commissioner for Children 2013. Alternatives to secure youth detention in Tasmania. Hobart: The Commission
Western Australia
  • Western Australia. Office of the Inspector of Custodial Services 2013. The management of young women and girls at Banksia Hill Detention Centre
  • Western Australian Parliament. Hansard 9 Apr 2014 cited AIC research in the context of domestic homicide
  • Western Australian Parliament. Hansard 11 Mar 2014 cited AIC research in the context of Criminal Code Amendment (Child Sex Offences) Bill 2013 [Second Reading speech]
  • Western Australian Parliament Hansard cited AIC research in the context of Criminal Code Amendment Bill (No. 2) 2013 (Second Reading speech)
  • Western Australian Parliament. Hansard 24 September 2013 cited AIC research in the context of elder abuse
  • Western Australian Parliament. Hansard (Estimates Committee) 22 Aug 2013 cited AIC research in the context of Aboriginal affairs

Law Reform and Commissions

Non-government stakeholder agency and university reports

  • Medcalf R 2013. India-Australia Poll 2013: Partners, problems and prospects Indian attitudes to Australia / Lowy Institute for International Policy and the Australia India Institute. Sydney: Lowy Institute
  • Ritter A, Chalmers J and Berends L 2014. Australian alcohol and other drug treatment spending. Sydney: Drug Policy Modelling Program, National Drug and Alcohol Research Centre

Academic textbooks and international handbooks reports

  • Alpert GP & Lum C 2014. The evidence base of police pursuits, in police pursuit driving. SpringerBriefs in Criminology 2014: 29–42
  • Chapman S 2014. Over our dead bodies: Port Arthur and Australia’s fight for gun control. Sydney: Pluto Press
  • Cernat C & Moloney J 2014. Repeat victimization. The Encyclopedia of Criminology and Criminal Justice: 1–5
  • Hayes S 2014. Sex, love and abuse. Palgrave Macmillan Social Sciences Collection May 2014
  • Pease K & Farrell G 2014. Multiple victims and super targets, in Bruinsma G & Weisburd D (eds.), Encyclopedia of criminology and criminal justice. New York: Springer
  • Simon M & Choo KKR 2014. Digital forensics: Challenges and future research directions, in Il-Su Kim & Jianhong Liu (eds), Contemporary trends in Asian criminal justice: Paving the way for the future. Seoul: South Korean Institute of Criminology: 105–146
  • Wyatt T 2013. Wildlife trafficking: A deconstruction of the crime, the victims, and the offenders. London: Palgrave Connect

Peer reviewed journals

  • Antonowicz D & Winterdyk J 2014. A review of deaths in custody in three Canadian provinces. Canadian journal of criminology and criminal justice 56(1): 85–104
  • Birks D, Townsley M & Stewart A 2014. Emergent regularities of interpersonal victimization: An agent-based investigation. Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency 51(1): 119–140
  • Blomberg T, Charness N & Pesta G 2014. Elder financial exploitation: A strategy for advancing research, theory and policy. June 9 2014: online
  • Brooks O 2014. Interpreting young women’s accounts of drink spiking: The need for a gendered understanding of the fear and reality of sexual violence. Sociology 48(2): 300–316
  • Brown D 2013. Looking behind the increase in custodial remand populations. International Journal of Crime, Justice and Social Democracy 2(2): 80–99
  • Chibba M 2013. Human trafficking and migration: Concepts, linkages and new frontiers. Global policy Dec: online
  • Burns L et al. 2014. The rise of new psychoactive substance use in Australia. Drug testing and analysis online: 5 March: online
  • Callinan C & Room R 2014. Harm, tangible or feared: Young Victorians’ adverse experiences from others’ drinking or drug use. International Journal of Drug Policy 18 April: online
  • Choo KKR 2013. Designated non-financial businesses and professionals: A review and analysis of recent financial action task force on money laundering mutual evaluation reports. Security Journal 5 August: online
  • Baldry E & Cunneen C 2014. Imprisoned Indigenous women and the shadow of colonial patriarchy. Australian & New Zealand Journal of Criminology March 17: online
  • Bugeja L et al. 2013. The implementation of domestic violence death reviews in Australia. Homicide Studies 17(4): 353–374
  • Button M et al. 2014. Online frauds: Learning from victims why they fall for these scams. Australian & New Zealand Journal of Criminology March 28: online
  • Calvey D 2014. Covert ethnography in criminology: A submerged yet creative tradition. Current Issues in Criminal Justice 25(3): online
  • Doğan R 2014. Different cultural understandings of honor that inspire killing: An inquiry into the defendant’s perspective. Homicide Studies March 12: online
  • Dolan K & Rodas A 2014. Detection of drugs in Australian prisons: Supply reduction strategies. International Journal of Prisoner Health 10(2): 111–117
  • Ellison l & Munro V 2014. A ‘special’ delivery? Exploring the impact of screens, live-links and video-recorded evidence on mock juror deliberation in rape trials. Social & Legal Studies 23(1): 3–29
  • Finch N et al. 2014. Expenditure and motivation of Australian recreational hunters. Wildlife Research 41(1): 76–83
  • Gray R et al. 2014. Discussion and client motivation in men’s domestic violence programs: An Australian qualitative interview study. Australian Social Work 14 March: online
  • Halsey M, Goldsmith A & Bamford A 2014. Achieving restorative justice: Assessing contrition and forgiveness in the adult conference process. Australian & New Zealand Journal of Criminology June 30: online
  • Halsey M & Deegan S 2014. ‘Picking up the pieces’: Female significant others in the lives of young (ex)incarcerated males. Criminology and Criminal Justice 13 March: online
  • Keane J & Bell P 2013. Confidence in the police: Balancing public image with community safety: A comparative review of the literature. International Journal of Law, Crime and Justice 41(3): 233–246
  • Lick D & Johnson K 2014. Perceptual underpinnings of antigay prejudice: Negative evaluations of sexual minority women arise on the basis of gendered facial features. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin June 9: online
  • Lonne B & Gillespie K 2014. How do Australian print media representations of child abuse and neglect inform the public and system reform?: Stories place undue emphasis on social control measures and too little emphasis on social care responses. Child Abuse & Neglect: 837–850
  • Mace G, Powell M & Benson M 2014. Evaluation of Operation RESET: An initiative for addressing child sexual abuse in Aboriginal communities. Australian & New Zealand Journal of Criminology May 1: online
  • Mani D, Choo KKR & Mubarak S 2014. Information security in the South Australian real estate industry: A study of 40 real estate organisations. Information Management & Computer Security 22(1): 24–41
  • Manning M & Fleming C 2014. The economics of private security expenditure: The influence of perception of crime. Security Journal 2 June: online
  • Martinovic M 2014. Abolishing electronic monitoring in Australia. Criminal Justice Matters 95(1): 16–17
  • Miller P et al. 2014. Changes in injury-related hospital emergency department presentations associated with the imposition of regulatory versus voluntary licensing conditions on licensed venues in two cities. Drug and Alcohol Review 33: 314–322
  • Milsom S et al. 2014 Factor structure of the Essen Climate Evaluation Schema measure of social climate in a UK medium-security setting. Criminal Behaviour and Mental Health 24(2): 86–99
  • Mastrocinque J 2014. Victim personal statements: An analysis of notification and utilization. Criminology and Criminal Justice 14(2): 216–234
  • Neil A et al. 2014. Costs of psychosis in 2010: Findings from the second Australian National Survey of Psychosis. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry 48(2): 169–182
  • Oleson J 2014. Habitual criminal legislation in New Zealand: Three years of three-strikes. Australian & New Zealand Journal of Criminology June 5: online
  • Pilgrim J, Gerostamoulos D & Drummer O 2014. ‘King hit’ fatalities in Australia, 2000–2012: The role of alcohol and other drugs. Drug and Alcohol Dependence 135(1): 119–132
  • Porter L 2013. Indigenous deaths associated with police contact in Australia: Event stages and lessons for prevention. Australian & New Zealand Journal of Criminology 46: 178–199
  • Powell R, Weber L & Pickering S 2013. Counting and accounting for deaths in Australian immigration custody. Homicide Studies 17(4): 391–417
  • Quilter J 2014. Populism and criminal justice policy: An Australian case study of non-punitive responses to alcohol-related violence. Australian & New Zealand Journal of Criminology June 9: online
  • Putt J 2014. Community studies using ethnographic research: Still relevant to criminology? Current Issues in Criminal Justice 25(3)
  • Ross J & Wright B 2014. ‘I’ve got better things to worry about’: Police perceptions of graffiti and street art in a large mid-Atlantic City. Police Quarterly 17(2): 176–200
  • Shepherd S et al. 2014. Violence risk assessment in Australian Aboriginal offender populations: A review of the literature. Psychology, Public Policy, and Law May 19: online
  • Shepherd S et al. 2014. The predictive validity of risk assessment approaches for young Australian offenders. Psychiatry, Psychology and Law 13 May: online
  • Shepherd S et al. Finding color in conformity: A commentary on culturally specific risk factors for violence in Australia. International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology June 24: online
  • Shepherdson P et al 2014. Partnerships and NSW local government community safety officers. Crime Prevention and Community Safety 16: 71–86
  • Sindicich N, Mills K & Barrett E 2014. Offenders as victims: Post-traumatic stress disorder and substance use disorder among male prisoners. Journal of Forensic Psychiatry & Psychology 25(1): 13
  • Smith D et al. Early evidence kits in sexual assault: An observational study of spermatozoa detection in urine and other forensic specimens. Forensic Science, Medicine and Pathology April: online
  • Sodhi-Berry N et al. 2014. Pre-sentence mental health service use by adult offenders in Western Australia: Baseline results from a longitudinal whole-population cohort study. Criminal Behavior and Mental Health 17 Feb: online
  • Somers J, Rezansoff S & Moniruzzaman A 2014. Comparative analysis of recidivism outcomes following drug treatment court in Vancouver, Canada. International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology 58(6): 655–671
  • Sorg E et al. 2014. Boundary adherence during place-based policing evaluations: a research note. Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency 51(3): 377–393
  • Stobbs N, Mackenzie G & Gelb K 2014. Sentencing and public confidence in Australia: The dynamics and foci of small group deliberations. Australian & New Zealand Journal of Criminology June 25: online
  • Taylor MF & Khan U 2014. What works and what does not work in reducing juvenile graffiti offending: A comparison of changes that occurred in the frequency of persistent graffitists patterns of offending following the announcement of two successive initiatives aimed at reducing graffiti proliferation. Crime Prevention & Community Safety 16: 128–145
  • Thompson C, Dennison S & Stewart A 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 40: 850–880
  • Travers M, Putt J & Howard-Wagner D 2014. Special issue on ethnography, crime and criminal justice. Current Issues in Criminal Justice 25(3)
  • Trotter C & Baidawi S 2014. Older prisoners: Challenges for inmates and prison management. Australian & New Zealand Journal of Criminology May 13: online
  • Vanhaelemeesch D, Beken T & Vandevelde S 2014. Punishment at home: Offenders’ experiences with electronic monitoring. European Journal of Criminology 11(3): 273–287
  • Van Hout M & Phelan M 2014. A grounded theory of fitness training and sports participation in young adult male offenders. Journal of Sport & Social Issues 38(2): 124–147
  • Wakefield S et al. Perceptions and profiles of interviews with interpreters: A police survey. Australian & New Zealand Journal of Criminology May 22: online
  • Wall L & Quadara A 2014. Acknowledging complexity in the impacts of sexual victimisation trauma. ACSSA Issues no. 16. Australian Institute of Family Studies
  • Walton J & Chou S 2014. The effectiveness of psychological treatment for reducing recidivism in child molesters: A systematic review of randomized and nonrandomized studies. Trauma, Violence & Abuse June 26: online
  • White D & Rees G 2014. Self-defense or undermining the self? Exploring the possibilities and limitations of a novel anti-rape technology. Violence Against Women 20(3): 360–368
  • Wiebe D et al. 2014. Adolescents’ fears of violence in transit environments during daily activities. Security Journal 27 May: online
  • Zhang H & Song W 2014. Addressing issues of spatial spillover effects and non-stationarity in analysis of residential burglary crime. GeoJournal 79(3): 89–102

Notes on AIC finances

1. Appropriation Funding changes
  • 200708 The AIC was awarded three new policy proposals (NPPs) for a defined period of four years. This included funding for:
    • anti-money laundering and counter-terrorist financing;
    • human trafficking research; and
    • drug use of police detainees monitoring (two additional sites).
The AIC also received one-off funding of $0.500m for research into intimate partner homicide.
  • 201011 AIC appropriation income decreased from $7.254m in 200910 to $6.770m as a result of a whole-of-government departmental efficiency measure of $0.500m. This was the first of two related efficiency cuts.
  • 201112 In July 2011 the Criminology Research Act (1971) was amended and the AIC became subject to the FMA Act. As part of this change the Criminology Research Council (CRC) was merged with the AIC. The AIC’s appropriation had a net decrease of $1.338m from $6.770m to $5.432m which was the result of the following adjustments:
    • Reduction of $1.000m from a whole of government departmental efficiency measure;
    • Reduction of the $0.862m from the termination of the Anti-money laundering/counter-terrorism financing measure;
    • Increase of $0.215m representing the appropriation for the merged CRC; and
    • Increase of $0.280m representing supplementation for loss of interest income on transition to the FMA Act.
Appropriation funding for DUMA extension and human trafficking was transferred to ongoing appropriation funding.
  • 201213 to 201516 The AIC has continued to incur reductions to the appropriation level as a result of both ongoing and one-off efficiency measures issued by government. The result of these measures has seen the AIC’s appropriation income fall a further $0.165m over the four-year period.
2. Sale of Goods and Services
  • This income includes research contracts, conference income and other services such as secretariat and web hosting.
  • 201213 This was a particularly tight year in respect of external income resulting from a significantly lower level of income generated from conferences (smaller scale conference held this year) and external contracts being hard to secure as government continued tightening budgets. The AIC was also continuing to manage the staffing levels on the back of the significant funding cuts in prior years.
3. Grant Program Income
  • 201112 The former CRC was merged with the AIC through legislative changes to the CR Act and the AIC now received state and territory funding contributions for the Criminology Research Grants (CRG) program, approximately $0.215m per annum
  • The AIC won a tender for the management of the National Drug and Law Enforcement Research Fund (NDLERF) through the Department of Health and Ageing. This contract was worth approximately $0.760m per annum with existing funding of approximately $2.4m transferred upon commencement.
  • 201516 Funding for NDLERF ceased in 201415, but the program will continue in 201516 to enable existing commitments to be completed.

Appendix 7: Compliance index

Ref Part of report Description Requirement Page number
8(3) & A.4 Letter of transmittal Mandatory ix
A.5 Table of contents Mandatory v
A.5 Index Mandatory 180
A.5 Glossary Mandatory viii
A.5 Contact officer(s) Mandatory iv
A.5 Internet home page address and Internet address for report Mandatory iv
9 Review by Secretary
9(1) Review by Agency Head Mandatory 2
9(2) Summary of significant issues and developments Suggested 2–9
9(2) Overview of department’s performance and financial results Suggested 2–9
9(2) Outlook for following year Suggested 2–9
9(3) Significant issues and developments — portfolio Portfolio departments — suggested
10 Departmental overview
10(1) Role and functions Mandatory 10
10(1) Organisational structure Mandatory 15
10(1) Outcome and programme structure Mandatory 11–12
10(2) Where outcome and programme 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 101–103
10(3) Portfolio structure Portfolio departments — mandatory 11
11 Report on Performance
11(1) Review of performance during the year in relation to programmes and contribution to outcomes Mandatory 17–33
35–51
11(2) Actual performance in relation to deliverables and KPIs set out in PB Statements/PAES or other portfolio statements Mandatory 15
11(2) Where performance targets differ from the PBS/PAES, details of both former and new targets, and reasons for the change Mandatory 101–103
11(2) Narrative discussion and analysis of performance Mandatory 17–103
11(2) Trend information Mandatory 17–103
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 agency performance Suggested
11(3) Contribution of risk management in achieving objectives Suggested 87
11(4) Performance against service charter customer service standards, complaints data and the department’s response to complaints If applicable, mandatory
11(5) Discussion and analysis of the agency’s financial performance Mandatory 101–103
11(6) Discussion of any significant changes in financial results from the prior year, from budget or anticipated to have a significant impact on future operations. Mandatory 101–103
11(7) Agency resource statement and summary resource tables by outcomes Mandatory 101–103
12 Management and accountability
Corporate governance
12(1) Agency heads are required to certify that their agency complies with the ‘Commonwealth Fraud Control Guidelines’. Mandatory 87
12(2) Statement of the main corporate governance practices in place Mandatory 83–94
12(3) Names of the senior executive and their responsibilities Suggested 85
12(3) Senior management committees and their roles Suggested 85–87
12(3) Corporate and operational plans and associated performance reporting and review Suggested 88–94
12(3) Internal audit arrangements including approach adopted to identifying areas of significant financial or operational risk and arrangements to manage those risks Suggested 84 and 87
12(3) Policy and practices on the establishment and maintenance of appropriate ethical standards Suggested 85
External scrutiny
12(4) Significant developments in external scrutiny Mandatory 83–94
12(4) Judicial decisions and decisions of administrative tribunals and by the Australian Information Commissioner Mandatory 83
12(4) Reports by the Auditor-General, a Parliamentary Committee. the Commonwealth Ombudsman or an agency capability review Mandatory 83
Management of human resources
12(5) Assessment of effectiveness in managing and developing human resources to achieve departmental objectives Mandatory 88–90
12(6) Workforce planning, staff retention and turnover Suggested 88–90
12(6) Impact and features of enterprise or collective agreements, individual flexibility arrangements (IFAs), determinations, common law contracts and Australian Workplace Agreements (AWAs) Suggested
12(6) Training and development undertaken and its impact Suggested
12(6) Work health and safety performance Suggested 96–97
12(6) Productivity gains Suggested
12(7) Statistics on staffing Mandatory 91–93
12(8) Enterprise or collective agreements, IFAs, determinations, common law contracts and AWAs Mandatory 92
12(9) & B Performance pay Mandatory 90
12(10)–(11) Assets management Assessment of effectiveness of assets management If applicable, mandatory 103
12(12) Purchasing Assessment of purchasing against core policies and principles Mandatory 98
12(13)–(22) Consultants The annual report must include a 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; and the total actual expenditure in the reporting year on the ongoing consultancy contracts (inclusive of GST). The annual report must include a statement noting that information on contracts and consultancies is available through the AusTender website. Mandatory 99
12(23) Australian National Audit Office Access Clauses Absence of provisions in contracts allowing access by the Auditor-General Mandatory 98
12(24) Exempt contracts Contracts exempted from publication in AusTender Mandatory 99
13 Financial Statements Financial Statements Mandatory 104
Other mandatory information
14(1) & C.1 Work health and safety (Schedule 2, Part 4 of the Work Health and Safety Act 2011) Mandatory 96
14(1) & C.2 Advertising and Market Research (Section 311A of the Commonwealth Electoral Act 1918) and statement on advertising campaigns Mandatory 99
14(1) & C.3 Ecologically sustainable development and environmental performance (Section 516A of the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999) Mandatory 98
14(1) Compliance with the agency’s obligations under the Carer Recognition Act 2010 If applicable, mandatory 97
14(2) & D.1 Grant programmes Mandatory 42–54
14(3) & D.2 Disability reporting – explicit and transparent reference to agencylevel information available through other reporting mechanisms Mandatory 99
14(4) & D.3 Information Publication Scheme statement Mandatory 99
14(5) Correction of material errors in previous annual report If applicable, mandatory NA
E Agency Resource Statements and Resources for Outcomes Mandatory 109–110
F   List of Requirements Mandatory 176–179