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Crime and justice: research and public policy
To prevent and reduce crime there are at least three approaches we can follow - they are not mutually exclusive - they need to be taken together. 1. A criminal approach to focus on retribution, incapacitation, rehabilitation, ...
Australian crime and justice on CD-ROM
The aim of the Australian Institute of Criminology is to publish a significant collection of documents and publications on CD-ROM and thus provide direct and immediate access for: practitioners, researchers, teachers and ...
Agenda for ageing
To provide adequately and appropriately, government must consider a comprehensive agenda for ageing which includes income security, health care, social services, housing, labour force and older workers, communication and ...
Reconciliation & crime: Aboriginal juvenile justice issues
There is a disproportionate number of Aboriginal juveniles in the juvenile justice system. There has been an overall increase in the national over-representation level between September 1993 when an Indigenous juvenile ...
The knowledge and skills that you have acquired to date are a foundation for the future, not things carved in stone that will remain immutable and unchanged throughout your working life. You will change jobs, careers, and ...
Trends and issues in crime and justice in Australia
We know that the interpretation of crime statistics is much more difficult than the interpretation of most other statistics. Trends are not always easy to discern, even though they may seem obvious. People experience crime ...