- Juvenile offender rates have generally been twice as high as adult ones.
- The offender rate of juveniles decreased from 1996–97 to 2003–04, from 3,965 to 3,023 per 100,000 per year. It increased in 2005–06, and again in 2006–07, to 3,532 per 100,000.
- The adult offender rate peaked in 2000–01, at 2,100 per 100,000. In 2006–07, it was 1,492 per 100,000, the lowest rate recorded.
- Youth (in)justice: Oral language competence in early life and risk for engagement in antisocial behaviour in adolescence
12 April 2012
- Technical and background paper: Measuring juvenile recidivism in Australia
24 May 2011
- Trends in juvenile detention in Australia
12 May 2011
- What makes juvenile offenders different from adult offenders?
23 February 2011
- Juveniles in detention in Australia, 1981–2008
16 December 2010
- Police-referred restorative justice for juveniles in Australia
31 August 2010
- Police diversion of young offenders and Indigenous over-representation
23 March 2010
- Covert and cyber bullying
26 February 2010
- Young people, risk and resilience: The challenges of alcohol, drugs and violence conference
07 March 2011
- Multi-problem risk profiles of youth in custody
15 February 2011
- Juvenile justice – a wicked problem. Reflections on a strategic review of the NSW Juvenile Justice System
19 August 2010
- Evaluating the Children’s Koori Court of Victoria
15 March 2010