The Australian Institute of Criminology is a prolific publisher in the area of criminology. The Institute regularly publishes reports based on AIC research, research funded by the Criminology Research Council and selected research by external researchers.
Trends & issues in crime and criminal justice
Concise papers which are designed to inform policymakers, researchers and the wider community on current research
Research and public policy series
In-depth research reports
Annual reports on research produced by the Institute's monitoring programs as well as the corporate annual reports
Australian crime : facts and figures
Annual compilation of Australian crime statistics
This series includes annual reports from AIC monitoring programs that capture data across Australia for a range of crime and justice issues.
Technical and background paper series
This series of technical report contain statistical and methodolgocial material produced as part of the AIC research process
Criminology Research Council reports
Reports on outcomes of research funded by the Criminology Research Council.
AICrime reduction matters
Innovations in crime prevention
Bushfire arson bulletins
Fact sheets on a broad range of topics relating to bushfire arson
Crime facts info
Topical data from recent research by the Australian Institute of Criminology and other relevant research organisations
High tech crime brief
Introduction to a wide range of key issues in the fight against high tech crime
Research in practice
Fact sheets, tip sheets and case studies from evidence-based research for practitioners working in the criminal justice field.
Transnational crime brief
Key insights, issues and developments in the area of transnational crime.
Crime prevention tip sheets
A series of designed to help communities develop crime prevention projects in their local area