AIC Latest Publications https://www.aic.gov.au/ en Corrections in Asia and the Pacific: proceedings of the sixth Asian and Pacific Conference of Correctional Administrators, Fiji, 13-17 May 1985 https://www.aic.gov.au/Corrections%20in%20Asia%20and%20the%20Pacific%3A%20proceedings%20of%20the%20sixth%20Asian%20and%20Pacific%20Conference%20of%20Correctional%20Administrators%2C%20Fiji%2C%2013-17%20May%201985 Mugford, Jane 2486 Prisons in paradise: proceedings of the fifth Asian and Pacific Conference of Correctional Administrators, Kingdom of Tonga, 24-27 July 1984 https://www.aic.gov.au/Prisons%20in%20paradise%3A%20proceedings%20of%20the%20fifth%20Asian%20and%20Pacific%20Conference%20of%20Correctional%20Administrators%2C%20Kingdom%20of%20Tonga%2C%2024-27%20July%201984 Sandry, Jack|Johnson, Marjorie 2485 Asian and Pacific experiences in corrections: proceedings of the fourth Asian and Pacific Conference of Correctional Administrators, New Zealand, July 1983 https://www.aic.gov.au/Asian%20and%20Pacific%20experiences%20in%20corrections%3A%20proceedings%20of%20the%20fourth%20Asian%20and%20Pacific%20Conference%20of%20Correctional%20Administrators%2C%20New%20Zealand%2C%20July%201983 Pickering, Diana 2484 The management of corrections in Asia and the Pacific: proceedings of the third Asian and Pacific Conference of Correctional Administrators, Tokyo, 5-9 April 1982 https://www.aic.gov.au/The%20management%20of%20corrections%20in%20Asia%20and%20the%20Pacific%3A%20proceedings%20of%20the%20third%20Asian%20and%20Pacific%20Conference%20of%20Correctional%20Administrators%2C%20Tokyo%2C%205-9%20April%201982 Clifford, William|Sandry, Jack|Looms, Barry 2483 Regional developments in corrections: proceedings of the second Asian and Pacific Conference of Correctional Administrators, Bangkok, 6-10 July 1981 https://www.aic.gov.au/Regional%20developments%20in%20corrections%3A%20proceedings%20of%20the%20second%20Asian%20and%20Pacific%20Conference%20of%20Correctional%20Administrators%2C%20Bangkok%2C%206-10%20July%201981 Clifford, William 2482 Corrections in Asia and the Pacific: proceedings of the first Asian and Pacific Conference of Correctional Administrators, Hong Kong, 25-29 February 1980 https://www.aic.gov.au/Corrections%20in%20Asia%20and%20the%20Pacific%3A%20proceedings%20of%20the%20first%20Asian%20and%20Pacific%20Conference%20of%20Correctional%20Administrators%2C%20Hong%20Kong%2C%2025-29%20February%201980 Clifford, William|Kay, Peter|Isles, Tim 2481 Review of Australian criminological research: papers from a seminar 16-19 February 1987 https://www.aic.gov.au/Review%20of%20Australian%20criminological%20research%3A%20papers%20from%20a%20seminar%2016-19%20February%201987 <p>This is the report of the fifth biennial seminar conducted by the Institute. The format and organisation of this seminar was similar to those conducted in past years - participants presented twenty minute summaries of their research topics paying particular attention to methodological issues. An addition to past yea Wilson, Paul|Dalton, Vicki 2479 Review of Australian criminological research: papers from a seminar 19-22 February 1985 https://www.aic.gov.au/Review%20of%20Australian%20criminological%20research%3A%20papers%20from%20a%20seminar%2019-22%20February%201985 <p>This is the report of the fourth biennial seminar conducted by the Institute under the formal title 'Review of Australian Criminological Research' usually referred to simply as the 'research seminar'. The format and organisation of this seminar was similar to those conducted in 1979, 1981 and 1983, but this one was Biles, David 2478 Review of Australian criminological research: papers from a seminar 22-25 February 1983 https://www.aic.gov.au/Review%20of%20Australian%20criminological%20research%3A%20papers%20from%20a%20seminar%2022-25%20February%201983 <p>This is the report of the third biennial research seminar conducted by the Institute and its aim, as in the previous research seminars held in 1979 and 1981, was to provide an opportunity for people actually engaged in criminological research to share their experiences in a mutually supportive environment in such a Biles, David 2477 Sentencing for social supply of illicit drugs in Australia https://www.aic.gov.au/Sentencing%20for%20social%20supply%20of%20illicit%20drugs%20in%20Australia <p>In Australia, threshold quantities of illicit drugs act as an indicator of supply offences in distinguishing traffickers from users. This is problematic because it can be difficult for the courts to discriminate between heavy users or ‘social suppliers’ and ‘dealers proper’. Currently, there is no systematic analysi Bull, Melissa|Coomber, Ross|Moyle, Leah|Durnian, Lisa|O'Brien, Wendy 2476