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Community safety: April 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 functional shift : building a new model of engagement / Andrew Fisher and Susan Ritchie
    Policing : a journal of policy and practice 9(1) 2015: 101-114
  • Alcohol-related emergency department injury presentations in Queensland adolescents and young adults over a 13-year period / Leanne Hides, Jesani Limbong, Kirsten Vallmuur, Ruth Barker, Mark Daglish and Ross McD Young
    Drug and alcohol review 34(2) Mar 2015: 177-184
  • Alcohol-related emergency department injury presentations in young people / Leanne Hides
    Centre of Research Excellence in Mental Health and Substance Use (CREMS) newsletter no. 9 2015: 4-6
  • An outcome evaluation of a midwestern prisoner reentry initiative / Brett Garland and Aida Hass
    Criminal justice policy review 26(3) Apr 2015: 293-314
  • An outcome evaluation of a prison-based life-skills program : the power of people / Valerie Clark and Grant Duwe
    International journal of offender therapy and comparative criminology 59(4) Apr 2015: 384-405
  • Are we in the midst of an ice epidemic? A snapshot of meth use in Australia / Nicole K Lee
    The conversation. 08 Apr 2015:[3] p
  • Ballooning surveillance / Timothy Compston
    Intersec : the journal of international security 25(3) Mar 2015: 34-36
  • Breaking down barriers with the usual suspects : findings from a research-informed intervention with police, young people and residents in the west of Scotland / Ross Deuchar, Johanne Miller and Mark Barrow
    Youth justice 15(1) Apr 2015: 57-75
  • Collaborative EOD / Chanan Levin
    Intersec : the journal of international security 25(3) Mar 2015: 30-32
  • Complaints against the New South Wales Police Force : analysis of risks and rights in reported police conduct / Jane Goodman-Delahunty, Alan Beckley and Melissa Martin
    Australian journal of human rights 20(2) Dec 2014: 81-105
  • Crime and place : a longitudinal examination of street segment patterns in Vancouver, BC / Andrea S N Curman, Martin A Andresen and Paul J Brantingham
    Journal of quantitative criminology 31(1) Mar 2015: 127-147
  • Deaths at sea : scant hope for the future from Europe's history of failure on migrants / Sarah Wolff
    The conversation. 23 Apr 2015:[6] p
  • Disgracebook policing : social media and the rise of police indiscretion / Andrew John Goldsmith
    Policing and society 25(3) May 2015: 249-267
  • Does GPS improve recidivism among high risk sex offenders? Outcomes for California's GPS pilot for high risk sex offender parolees / Susan Turner, Alyssa W Chamberlain, Jesse Jannetta and James Hess
    Victims and offenders 10(1) Jan/Mar 2015: 1-28
  • Early pub closing times work for Kings Cross : they will for Queensland too / Peter G Miller
    The conversation. 09 Apr 2015:[4] p
  • Early warning system for temporary crime hot spots / Wilpen L Gorr and YongJei Lee
    Journal of quantitative criminology 31(1) Mar 2015: 25-47
  • Glossing over shoplifting : how thieves act normal / Nicole Lasky, Scott Jacques and Bonnie S Fisher
    Deviant behavior 36(4-6) 2015: 293-309
  • Good news : fatal shootings are now less common in Australia, NZ, Canada and even the US / Samara McPhedran
    The conversation. 16 Apr 2015:[5] p
  • 'Is a 24-hour ban such a bad thing?' Police-imposed banning notices : compatible with human rights or a diminution of due process? / Clare Farmer
    Australian journal of human rights 20(2) Dec 2014: 39-61
  • Navigating the job search after incarceration : the experiences of work-release participants / Andrea Cantora
    Criminal justice studies 28(2) 2015: 141-160
  • NSW election 2015 : Pru Goward sworn in as Minister for the Prevention of Domestic Violence
    ABC news (Australian Broadcasting Corporation). 02 Apr 2015:[2] p
  • NT lock-up laws to be challenged
    Koori Mail no. 598 Apr 08: 14
  • Police management of mental health crisis situations in the community : status quo, current gaps and future directions / Fanny De Tribolet-Hardy, Dragana Kesic and Stuart D M Thomas
    Policing and society 25(3) May 2015: 294-307
  • Prisons policy is turning Australia into the second nation of captives / Mirko Bagaric
    The conversation. 10 Apr 2015:[4] p
  • Procedural justice policing and citizen compliance behaviour : the importance of emotion / Julie M Barkworth and Kristina Murphy
    Psychology, crime and law 21(3/4) Apr/May 2015: 254-273
  • Public intoxication in NSW : the contours of criminalisation / Luke McNamara and Julia Quilter
    Sydney law review 37(1) Mar 2015: 1-35
  • Reform and research : re-connecting prison and society in the 21st century / Peter Scharff Smith
    International journal for crime, justice and social democracy 4(1) 2015: 33-49
  • Riotous or righteous behaviour? Representations of subaltern resistance in the Australian mainstream media / Amanda Porter
    Current issues in criminal justice 26(3) Mar 2015: 289-304
  • State of imprisonment : out one day, back the next in Queensland / Robin T Fitzgerald and Adrian Cherney
    The conversation. 15 Apr 2015:[4] p
  • State of imprisonment : prisoners of NSW politics and perceptions / David Bentley Brown
    The conversation. 21 Apr 2015:[6] p
  • State of imprisonment : Tasmania escapes 'law and order' infection / Rob White
    The conversation. 22 Apr 2015:[6] p
  • The effects of merging proactive CCTV monitoring with directed police patrol : a randomized controlled trial / Eric Piza, Joel M Caplan, Leslie W Kennedy and Andrew Gilchrist
    Journal of experimental criminology 11(1) Mar 2015: 43-69
  • The evidence is in : you can't link imprisonment to crime rates / Bronwyn Naylor
    The conversation. 23 Apr 2015:[5] p
  • The lone terrorist / Lilly Chappa
    Security management 59(3) Mar 2015: 18-21
  • The prediction possibilities / Megan Gates
    Security management 59(3) Mar 2015: 46-52
  • The relationship between aggressive behaviour in prison and violent offending following release / Jessica L Mooney and Michael Daffern
    Psychology, crime and law 21(3/4) Apr/May 2015: 314-329
  • Victorian prisons most violent in Australia, data shows / Ashlynne McGhee
    ABC news (Australian Broadcasting Corporation). 16 Mar 2015:[2] p
  • You've got - deadly - mail / Jason Wakefield
    Intersec : the journal of international security 25(2) Feb 2015: 30-32