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Crime prevention: April 2014

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

CCTV in Australia Research Project May 2014

The Australian Institute of Criminology is currently conducting research into the use of CCTV in public places. Every local government in Australia is invited to participate in an online survey about their use of CCTV.

This research is important because it will help to better inform the use of CCTV and other crime prevention initiatives in local communities.
Please contact Shann Hulme (by phone) 02 6260 9242 or (by email) shann.hulme@aic.gov.au for more information about how your council can become involved in this important national research project.

Every participating council will go into a draw for a chance to receive one of two free registrations to the AIC’s upcoming Crime Prevention and Communities Conferences held at the Melbourne Convention Centre on 10-11 June 2014.

Books/reports

Book chapters

  • Understanding and preventing crime and violence : findings from the Seattle Social Development Project / David J Hawkins ... [et al.]
    Kluwer Academic Publishers, 2002

Journal articles

  • Bayesian spatio-temporal modeling analysing local patterns of crime over time at the small-area level / Jane Law, Matthew Quick and Ping Chan
    Journal of quantitative criminology 30(1) Mar 2014: 57-78
  • CLIMATE Schools : combining mental health and drug and alcohol prevention programs / Maree Teesson
    Drug and alcohol research connections. Apr 2014:[7] p
  • Community safety and crime prevention partnerships : challenges and opportunities / Patrick Shepherdson, Garner Clancey, Murray Lee and Thomas Crofts
    International journal for crime, justice and social democracy 3(1) 2014: 107-120
  • Determinants of complainant satisfaction with agency responses to anti-social behaviour / Rick Brown and Emily Evans
    Crime prevention and community safety 16(2) May 2014: 105-127
  • Deterring gang-involved gun violence : measuring the impact of Boston's Operation Ceasefire on street gang behavior / Anthony A Braga, David M Hureau and Andrew V Papachristos
    Journal of quantitative criminology 30(1) Mar 2014: 113-139
  • New laws will change drinking culture
    New South Wales police news 94(4) Apr 2014: 10-11
  • Partnerships and NSW local government Community Safety Officers / Patrick Shepherdson, Garner Clancey, Murray Lee and Thomas Crofts
    Crime prevention and community safety 16(2) May 2014: 71-86
  • The indeterminacy of the risk factor prevention paradigm : a case study of community partnerships implementing youth and gang violence prevention policy / Tim Goddard
    Youth justice 14(1) Apr 2014: 3-21
  • The monetary cost of offender trajectories : findings from Queensland (Australia) / Troy Allard, Anna L Stewart, Christine Smith, Susan M Dennison, April Chrzanowski and Carleen M Thompson
    Australian and New Zealand journal of criminology 47(1) Apr 2014: 81-101
  • The New South Wales property crime decline / Garner Clancey and Rohan Lulham
    Current issues in criminal justice 25(3) Mar 2014: 839-851
  • Thinking about the fall in crime / Alan. Marlow
    Safer communities : a journal of practice, opinion, policy and research 13(2) 2014: 56-62
    Summary: Reviews the reasons why there has been a fall in the volume of recorded crime in the UK and other liberal economies
  • What works and what does not work in reducing juvenile graffiti offending? A comparison of changes that occurred in the frequency of persistent graffitists' patterns of offending following the announcement of two successive initiatives aimed at reducing / Myra Frances Taylor and Umneea Khan
    Crime prevention and community safety 16(2) May 2014: 128-145