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Community safety: March 2015

The latest crime and justice alerts are now available on our new catalogue at http://library.aic.gov.au.

Wherever possible, open access to full text documents are provided, but for licensing reasons, they cannot be given for most journal articles. Please contact your own library for any items that are not freely available - we are happy to help them with inter-library loans if needed.

For further assistance please email front.desk@aic.gov.au

Books/reports

Journal articles

  • A day in the life of country cops / Mandi Santic
    Police life : the Victoria Police magazine. Autumn 2015:12-15
  • A tale of two cities : understanding differences in levels of heroin/crack market-related violence: a two city comparison / Ross Coomber
    Criminal justice review 40(1) Mar 2015: 7-31
  • Adrian Bayley verdict : Victorian parole system now toughest in Australia, Minister says
    ABC news (Australian Broadcasting Corporation). 27 Mar 2015:[3] p
  • Are restorative justice conferences more fair than criminal courts? Comparing levels of observed procedural justice in the reintegrative shaming experiments (RISE) / Geoffrey C Barnes, Jordan M Hyatt, Heather Strang, Lawrence W Sherman and Caroline M Angel
    Criminal justice policy review 26(2) Mar 2015: 103-130
  • Attack likely! Are you prepared? Are you alert? / Geoff Norris
    Australian police journal (APJ) 69(1) Mar 2015: 10-13
  • Breaking the cycle / Mandi Santic
    Police life : the Victoria Police magazine. Autumn 2015:8-9
  • CCTV and security guards in schools : protective or invasive? / Catherine Smith
    The conversation. 10 Mar 2015:[4] p
  • Cop cam is coming
    New Zealand Police Association police news 48(2) Mar 2015: 6-7
  • Crime, colonisation and communities / Brian Steels and Dorothy (Dot) Goulding
    Resource Material Series (UNAFEI) no. 93 Aug 2014: 33-50
  • Does what police do at hot spots matter? The Philadelphia policing tactics experiment / Elizabeth Groff, Jerry H Ratcliffe, Cory P Haberman, Evan T Sorg, Nola M Joyce and Ralph B Taylor
    Criminology 53(1) Feb 2015: 23-53
  • Drug market violence : virtual anarchy, police pressure, predation, and retaliation / Scott Jacques and Andrea Allen
    Criminal justice review 40(1) Mar 2015: 87-99
  • Enlisting the public in the policing of immigration / Ana Aliverti
    British journal of criminology 55(2) Mar 2015: 215-230
  • Exploring the drugs/violence nexus among active offenders : contributions from the St Louis School / Timothy Dickinson
    Criminal justice review 40(1) Mar 2015: 67-86
  • How safe is single unit policing?
    New South Wales police news 95(3) Mar 2015: 10-11
  • Men who kill policemen / Michael H Stone
    Violence and gender 2(1) 2015: 87-97
  • Neighborhood firearm victimization rates and social capital over time / Justin C Medina
    Violence and victims 30(1) 2015: 81-96
  • Perceptions and profiles of interviews with interpreters : a police survey / Shellee J Wakefield, Mark Rhys Kebbell, Stephen Moston and Nina J Westera
    Australian and New Zealand journal of criminology 48(1) 53-72: Mar 2015
  • Police Minister honours family ties / Andrea Petrie
    Victoria Police Association journal 81(2) Feb 2015: 12-14
  • Populism and criminal justice policy : an Australian case study of non-punitive responses to alcohol-related violence / Julia Quilter
    Australian and New Zealand journal of criminology 48(1) Mar 2015: 24-52
  • Responding to 'active shooter' incidents in Australia / Gene Hodgins and Anthony Saliba
    Australian police journal (APJ) 69(1) 2015: 34-41
  • State election 2015
    New South Wales police news 95(3) Mar 2015: 13-15
  • The basic determinants of perceived increase in violent, sexual and benefit fraud crimes / Shivam Fijwala, Marek Palasinski and Neil Shortland
    Safer communities : a journal of practice, opinion, policy and research 13(4) 2014: 180-188
  • The impact of gun ownership rates on crime rates : a methodological review of the evidence / Gary Kleck
    Journal of criminal justice 43(1) Jan/Feb 2015: 40-48
  • Transforming 'summary justice' through police-led prosecution and 'virtual courts' : is 'procedural due process' being undermined / Jenni Ward
    British journal of criminology 55(2) Mar 2015: 341-358
  • Using a narrative framework to understand the drugs and violence nexus / Heith Copes, Andy Hochstetler and Sveinung Sandberg
    Criminal justice review 40(1) Mar 2015: 32-46
  • What makes long crime trips worth undertaking? Balancing costs and benefits in burglars' journey to crime / Christopher Vandeviver, Stijn Van Daele and Tom Vander Beken
    British journal of criminology 55(2) Mar 2015: 399-420