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AIC Appendixes

Appendix 1:
AIC publications

Trends & issues in crime and criminal justice
http://www.aic.gov.au/publications/current series/tandi.aspx
Number Title
358Prosecuting trafficking in persons: known issues, emerging responses. Fiona David, July 2008
361Criminal use of handguns in Australia. Samantha Bricknell, October 2008
363Money laundering risks of prepaid stored value cards. Kim-Kwang Raymond Choo, September 2008
364Reintegration of Indigenous prisoners: key findings. Matthew Willis, August 2008
365Schizophrenia and offending: area of residence and the impact of social disorganisation and urbanicity. Frank Morgan, Vera Morgan, Joe Clare, Giuletta Valuri, Richard Woodman, Anna Ferrante, David Castle and Assen Jablensky, November 2008
366Crime in the Australian fishing industry. Judy Putt and Diana Nelson, December 2008
367Measuring police performance in domestic and family violence. Kiah Rollings and Natalie Taylor, December 2008
368Adolescence, pornography and harm. Colleen Bryant, March 2009
369Adolescent stalking: offence characteristics and effectiveness of intervention orders. Rosemary Purcell, Teresa Flower and Paul E Mullen, March 2009
370Career trajectories of women in policing in Australia. Rachelle Irving, March 2009
371Gauging public opinion on sentencing: can asking jurors help? Kate Warner, Julia Davis, Maggie Walter, Rebecca Bradfield and Rachel Vermey, March 2009
376Factors affecting perceived criminality. Joe Clare and Frank Morgan, June 2009
Research and public policy series
http://www.aic.gov.au/publications/current series/rpp.aspx
90Reintegration of Indigenous prisoners. Matthew Willis and John-Patrick Moore, August 2008
93Drug use monitoring in Australia: 2007 annual report on drug use among police detainees. Kerryn Adams, Larissa Sandy, Lance Smith and Ben Triglone, September 2009
94Intellectual property crime and enforcement in Australia. October 2008
95Trafficking of women for sexual purposes. Fiona David, July 2008
96The precursor chemical trade environment in Oceania. Rob McCusker, November 2008
97Police drug diversion: a study of criminal offending outcomes. Jason Payne, Max Kwiatkowski and Joy Wundersitz, October 2008
98Using crime prevention to reduce deliberate bushfires in Australia. Damon A Muller, February 2009
99Women, drug use and crime: findings from the Drug Use Monitoring in Australia program. Wendy Loxley and Kerryn Adams, April 2009
101What Australians think about crime and justice: results from the 2007 Survey of Social Attitudes. Lynne Roberts and David Indermaur, May 2009
102The Australian business assessment of computer use security: a national survey. Kelly Richards, June 2009
Monitoring reports
http://www.aic.gov.au/publications/current series/mr.aspx
Number Title
01Homicide in Australia: 2006–07 National Homicide Monitoring Program annual report. Jack Dearden and Warwick Jones, April 2009
02Firearm theft in Australia 2006–07. Samantha Bricknell, January 2009
03Deaths in custody in Australia: national deaths in custody program 2007. Jane Curnow and Jacqueline Joudo Larsen, May 2009
04Armed robbery in Australia: 2006 national armed robbery monitoring program annual report. Lance Smith and Erin Louis, April 2009
Technical and background papers
http://www.aic.gov.au/publications/current series/tbp.aspx
Number Title
30Risk factors in Indigenous violence victimisation. Colleen Bryant and Matthew Willis, May 2008
31Court outcomes for firearm offences in Australia. Megan Davies and Jenny Mouzos, June 2008
32The Australian business assessment of computer user security (ABACUS) survey: methodology report. Graham Challice, June 2009
Bushfire arson bulletins
http://www.aic.gov.au/publications/current series/bfab.aspx
54Law enforcement levels and bushfire arson rates. July 2008
55Weekly patterns in bushfire ignitions. October 2008
Crime facts info
http://www.aic.gov.au/publications/current series/cfi.aspx
175Responding to the problems associated with alcohol: Australian community perceptions. July 2008
176Murder-suicide in Australia. July 2008
177Assault-related injuries among young Australians. August 2008
178Sexual assault against children. August 2008
179Fake ecstasy. September 2008
180Personal fraud. September 2008
181Indigenous offenders readmitted to prison. October 2008
182Intimate partner homicides. December 2008
183Child victims of homicide. January 2009
184Mental disorders and incarceration history. January 2009
185Australian internet security at home. January 2009
186Juror understanding of judicial instructions. March 2009
187Government spending on justice services. March 2009
188Victims of armed robbery by location. April 2009
189Assault causing death. May 2009
190Child protection investigation. June 2009
191Computer security incidents experienced by Australian business. June 2009
192Industry sector and the prevalence of computer security incidents against Australian businesses. June 2009
193Top 10 computer security tools used by Australian business. June 2009
AICrime reduction matters
http://www.aic.gov.au/publications/current series/crm.aspx
Number Title
71Preventing and dealing with armed robbery through staff training. August 2008
72Gambling-motivated fraud in Australia: who, why and how. September 2008
73Gambling-related fraud: strategies for prevention and early intervention. November 2008
742008 Australian crime and violence prevention awards. January 2009
75Labour trafficking: key concepts and issues. February 2009
76Good governance for effective crime prevention. March 2009
77Policing in and around licensed premises. June 2009
Research in practice
http://www.aic.gov.au/publications/current series/rip.aspx
1Getting the story from children: good practice in forensic interviews. July 2008
2The status of laws on outlaw motorcycle gangs in Australia. June 2009
Transnational crime brief
http://www.aic.gov.au/publications/current series/tcb.aspx
3Labour trafficking: key concepts and issues. March 2009
4Charges and offences of money laundering. March 2009
5Labour trafficking: prosecutions and other proceedings. June 2009
Other AIC publications
Australian crime: facts & figures 2008. March 2009
brief: newsletter of the Australian Institute of Criminology no. 1. April 2009

Appendix 2:
Non-AIC publications

A number of institute staff had work published in non-AIC publications during 2008–09. This includes publicly-released consultancy reports.

Bartels L 2009The weight of the sword of Damocles: a reconviction analysis of suspended sentences in Tasmania. Australian and New Zealand journal of criminology 42(1): 72–100
Choo K-KR 2009Cybercrime: a timely call from Australia: editorial. Pakistan journal of criminology 1(1): vii–viii
Choo K-KR 2009Digital trading in precious metals: combating fraud. e-Finance & payments law & policy 3(4):8–10
Choo K-KR 2009An improved identity-base key agreement protocol and its security proof. Information sciences 179(3): 307–318
Choo K-KR 2009On the anonymity of some authentication schemes for wireless communications. IEEE communications letters 13(3): 170–171
Choo K-KR 2009Security weakness in a dynamic program update protocol for wireless sensor networks. IEEE communications letters 13(6): 426–428
Choo K-KR 2008Criminal exploitation of ICT for child abuse: keynote address. Proceedings of the 2008 International Conference on Strategies for Child Online Safety, Taipei, 6–7 November 2008. Taipei: ECPAT Taiwan: 8–40
Choo K-KR 2008Organised crime groups in cyberspace. Trends in organized crime 11(3): 270–295
Choo K-KR 2008Prepaid: primed for crime. Money laundering bulletin 155: 9–13
Choo K-KR 2008Prepaid: primed for crime (2). Money laundering bulletin 156: 17–22
Choo K-KR 2008The risk of criminal exploitation of online gaming. Information age Oct–Nov: 44–47
Homel P 2009Lessons for Canadian crime prevention from recent international experience. IPC review 3: 13–39. http://www.socialsciences.uottawa.ca/ipc/eng/documents/IPCR3Homel.pdf
Makkai T & Taylor N 2009Immigrants as victims of crime: the Australian experience, in McDonald WF (ed), Immigration, crime and justice. Bingley: JAI Press: 95–105
Muller D 2009Preventing bushfire crime. Australian policy online 17 Feb. http://www.apo.org.au/webboard/comment_results.chtml?filename_num=262628
Ogilvie J & Willis K 2009Police drug diversion in Australia. Criminal justice bulletin no.3. Sydney: National Cannabis Prevention and Information Centre
Putt J 2009Policing illicit drugs in remote Australia. RCMP gazette 71(1): 26–27
Smith J 2009The evidence base: where is it? Australian library journal 58(1) Feb: 28–38
Smith L 2008Identifying prime targets for armed robbery. Security insider 13(3): 42–44
Smith RG 2008Coordinating individual and organisational responses to fraud. Crime, law and social change 49(5): 379–396
Smith RG 2008Preventing identity-related crime: the challenges of identification, in McNally MM & Newman GR (eds), Perspectives on identity theft. Monsey NY: Criminal Justice Press: 133–150
Smith RG & Akman T 2008Evaluating the Australasian Consumer Fraud Awareness Month 2007. Flinders journal of law reform 10(3): 715–735. http://dspace.flinders.edu.au/dspace/bitstream/2328/1846/4/Smith%20%26%20Akman%20JW%20jaa.pdf
Weatherburn D & Bartels L 2008The recidivism of offenders given suspended sentences in New South Wales, Australia. British journal of criminology 48(5): 665–683
Willis K 2009Plaudits for police powers. Of substance 7(2): 22
Willis K 2009Cannabis supply into and within Australia. Criminal justice bulletin no.2. Sydney: National Cannabis Prevention and Information Centre
Willis K & Ahmad J 2009Intermediate court-based diversion in Australia. Criminal justice bulletin no.4. Sydney: National Cannabis Prevention and Information Centre
Willis K & Homel P 2008Measuring the performance of drug law enforcement. Policing: a journal of policy and practice 2(3): 311–321
Willis M & Makkai T 2008Ex-prisoners and homelessness: some key issues. Parity 21(9): 6–7

Appendix 3:
Staff presentations

Adams K 2008. Women, drug use and crime: findings from the Drug Use Monitoring in Australia (DUMA) study. ANZSOC Annual Conference, Canberra, 19–21 November

Adams K 2008. Drug use in Australia. 2008 DUMA Annual Conference Darwin 11–12 September

Anderson J & Budd C 2008. Consumer fraud in Australia. ANZSOC Annual Conference, Canberra, 26–28 November

Bricknell S 2008. Firearm theft. Sporting Shooters and Firearms Advisory Council Meeting, Canberra, 1 December

Bryant C 2009. Bushfire arson. Presentation to Australian National University forestry students, 13 February

Budd C 2008. Consumer fraud in Australia: scams, victims and public awareness. Public Relations Institute of Australia National Conference 2008. Fremantle, 13 October

Choo K-KR 2009. High tech criminal threats to the national information infrastructure. Global Security Asia 2009, Singapore, 17–19 March

Choo K-KR 2009. Organised crime groups in cyberspace: a typology. National Security Australia 2009, Sydney, 23–24 March

Choo K-KR 2008. AML trends in Australia. Queensland University of Technology, Information Security Institute Day, Brisbane, 20 November

Davis B 2008. Forecasting burglary. Burdekin Conference on Crime Prevention, Ayr, 3 October

Dearden J 2008. Alcohol and homicide. International Conference on Homicide: domestic-related homicide, Gold Coast, 3–5 December

Homel P 2008. Can the criminal justice system manage crime prevention effectively? ANZSOC Annual Conference, Canberra, 26–28 November

Homel P 2008. Crime is down, so where to now for crime prevention? Australian Crime Prevention Council, Adelaide, 29 October

Homel P 2008. Future directions for crime prevention in Australia. Federal Criminal Justice Forum, Canberra, 28–29 September

Homel P 2008. WA's strategic approach to crime prevention: how does it compare? WA Crime Prevention Strategy Renewal Forum, 22 July

Homel P 2008. Evaluation of crime prevention: pathways for Australia and Asia. UNODC Technical Consultative Expert Group on making the UN Crime Prevention Guidelines work, Berlin, Germany, 2–4 July

Jones W 2008. Trends in homicide in NSW. Presentation to the NSW Homicide Squad Advisory Committee, Sydney, 10 December

Jones W 2008. A geography of Australian homicide. International Conference on Homicide, Gold Coast, 3–5 December

Joudo Larsen J 2008. Data issues and challenges. Trafficking in Persons Forum, Hong Kong, 3–4 November

Louis E 2008. The convention on prevention and punishment of genocide and its relationship with Indigenous Australians. ANZSOC Annual Conference, Canberra, 26–28 November

Payne J 2008. Ten years of data on drug user groups. Presentation at the Annual DUMA Technical Meeting, Darwin, 11–12 September 2008

Putt J 2009. Keeping track: investigating trends and taking action. National Research Officers Conference, Canberra, 27 May

Putt J 2009. Policing implications of illicit drug use in rural and remote Indigenous communities. Aboriginal Justice Policy Conference, Ottawa, 10–12 March

Putt J 2009. Public perceptions of crime and the criminal justice system. NSW Bureau of Crime Statistics and Research 40th symposium, Sydney, 18–19 February

Putt J 2008. Indigenous homicide. International Conference on Homicide: domestic-related homicide, Gold Coast, 3–5 December

Putt J 2008. Crime in the Australian fishing industry. ANZSOC Annual Conference, Canberra, 26–28 November

Putt J 2008. Reintegration of Indigenous prisoners in Australia. National Institute of Justice Annual Conference, Washington DC, 21–23 July

Rollings K 2008. Costing crime in Australia: why they are only estimates? ANZSOC Annual Conference, Canberra, 19–21 November

Rollings K & Wakefield S 2008. Domestic-related homicide and domestic violence risk assessment tools. International Conference on Homicide: domestic-related homicide, Gold Coast, 3–5 December

Sandy L 2008. Sex worker homicides in Australia: preliminary findings. ANZSOC Annual Conference, Canberra, 26–28 November

Smith R 2009. The prevalence and risks of personal fraud in Australia. ACFT Forum, Melbourne, 2 March

Smith R 2009. Public sector fraud: risks and countermeasures. Department of Broadband, Communications and the Digital Economy, Fraud Fortnight Seminar, Canberra, 24 February

Smith R 2008. Challenges for Australian business in customer and client identification. 4th Annual Identity Fraud Summit: Staying Ahead of Identity Fraud: Expert Guidance and Practical Strategies for the Public and Private Sector, Sydney, 2 December

Smith R 2008. The nature of crime displacement in the context of global anti-money laundering initiatives. ANZSOC Annual Conference, Canberra, 26 November

Smith R 2008. Current and future trends in ID crime in the Australian financial sector. Australian Bankers Association and Attorney-General's Department Identity Management Forum, Sydney, 21 November

Smith R 2008. Robberies at ATMs in Australia. Joint Industry-Government ATM Safety and Security Committee meeting, Melbourne, 19 November

Smith R 2008. A proposal for a nationally coordinated response to fraud. Federal Criminal Justice Forum, Canberra, 29 September

Smith R 2008. A framework for evaluating the effectiveness of the AML/CTF regime: an Australian trial. Plenary workshop: evaluating anti-money laundering initiatives in a global context. International Symposium on Economic Crime, Cambridge, 3 September

Smith R 2008. Online personal fraud: quantifying the extent of semantic and syntactic attacks in Australia. Workshop: online crime where technology, economics and psychology meet. International Symposium on Economic Crime, Cambridge, 3 September

Smith R 2008. Fraud prevention in financial services: the impact and success of the Australian AML/CTF regime. Investment & Financial Services Association Conference: Innovate 08, Gold Coast, 7 August

Smith R & Budd C 2008. Coordinating individual and organisational responses to fraud. ANZSOC Annual Conference, Canberra, 26 November

Taylor N 2008. Measuring police performance in domestic and family violence. International Conference on Homicide: domestic-related homicide, Gold Coast 3–5 December

Taylor N 2008. Understanding the research on sexual assault: prevention and future directions. Sexual assault forum hosted by Victorian Office of Women's Policy, Melbourne, 31 July

Tresidder J 2009. Corrections: measuring outcomes. Making a difference: responding to need in developing, implementing and evaluating correctional programs conference, Melbourne, 5–6 March

Tresidder J 2008. Juvenile justice: measuring outcomes. ANZSOC Annual Conference, Canberra, 26–28 November

Tresidder J 2008. Juvenile justice: measuring outcomes. International Adolescent Health Conference, Melbourne, 5–7 November

Walters J 2008. Starbursts, smurfs and mules: crime displacement within the regulated sector. ANZSOC Annual Conference, Canberra, 26–28 November

Willis M 2009. Community corrections and post-release across Australia: what do we know and what do we need to know? Making a difference: responding to need in developing, implementing and evaluating correctional programs conference, Melbourne, 5–6 March

Willis K 2008. Lamp post or lighthouse? A new tool for measuring the effectiveness of Australian drug law enforcement. ANZSOC Annual Conference, Canberra, 26–28 November

Appendix 4:
Occasional seminars and submissions

15 July 2008The good, the bad and the ugly of crime prevention: where to from here for crime prevention, policy and practice in Australia and across the world? Peter Homel, AIC
17 September 2008The use of modelling to inform illicit drug policy: examples from the Drug Policy Modelling Program. Alison Ritter, National Drug and Alcohol Research Centre
22 October 2008Alcohol and other drugs: new initiatives and broader information access. Jane Shelling, Alcohol and other Drugs Council of Australia
24 November 2008Justice matters: the world needs more Scorpions. Jan van Dijk, University of Tilburg, the Netherlands; AIC Visiting Research Fellow
2 December 2008What’s up DOC? Contemporary practice, themes and issues in Designing Out Crime. Paul Eklbom, Design Against Crime Research Centre University of the Arts, London. AIC Visiting Research Fellow
8 December 2008Reducing intimate-partner homicide rates: what are the risk factors for death when a woman is being abused? Carolyn Rebecca Block, Illinois Criminal Justice Information Authority
8 December 2008Finding a serial burglar’s home using distance decay and conditional origin-destination patterns: a test of empirical Bayes journey-to-crime estimation in The Hague. Richard Block, Loyola University Chicago
23 February 2009Only in Canada, eh? Restorative justice the Canadian way. Robin Vandekleut, Restorative Justice Canada
3 March 2009Emerging technologies for community corrections. Jack Harne, National Institute of Justice and Joseph Russo National Law Enforcement and Corrections Technology Center
1 May 2009The use of innovative communication technologies by police and other law enforcement agencies. Frans-Jan Mulschlegel, International Police Expertise Platform
7 May 2009Implementation of the National Council’s plan for Australia to reduce violence against women and their children. Heather Nancarrow, National Council to Reduce Violence Against Women and their Children
25 June 2009Mentoring women released from custody: toward a mentoring model. Mark Brown, University of Melbourne School of Social and Political Sciences

The AIC made written and verbal submissions to government inquiries as follows:

July 2008Australia. Parliament. Joint Committee of Public Accounts and Audit. Inquiry into the impact of the efficiency dividend on small agencies
July 2008National Drug Law Enforcement Research Fund. Existing and emerging alcohol and other drug-related issues impacting on law enforcement in Australia
March 2009Productivity Commission. Inquiry into gambling

Appendix 5:

Date Roundtable
29 July 2008ABACUS—stakeholders attended from a number of Australian Government agencies, as well as representatives from other organisations. There was a presentation on the methodology of the study and some preliminary results. Discussions were held on how findings could be used, particularly to inform policy in the Australian business community.
31 July 2008DUMA national stakeholders meeting—representatives from the AGD, the ACC and the Australian Customs Service met with the AIC to discuss national drug and crime research priorities and how DUMA can best meet those needs. The discussion included a review of the current state of the program, improved data access for Australian Government agencies and future research directions.
21 August, 29 August, 10 September 2008Federal criminal justice forum, Brisbane, Melbourne, Perth—a series of roundtables were organised by the AIC as part of the lead up to the national federal criminal law and procedure forum, involving a diverse range of participants from academia, the judiciary, the legal profession, non-government organisations, police representative bodies and the general community. The purpose of the roundtables was to generate ideas for discussion at the national forum and enable a wider range of people to be involved in the development of the agenda.
21–22 August 2008People trafficking forum, Samoa—participants included representatives from the Solomon Islands, New Zealand, Fiji and Samoa to discuss issues relating to trafficking in persons, irregular migration and labour mobility. It incorporated a higher level transnational organised crime theme, as trafficking activities have not been detected on a large scale in the Pacific and therefore are not considered a regional priority. The roundtable discussion focused on vulnerabilities that may lead to trafficking in the region.
16–18 February 2009AML/CTF Professions Project, Canberra and Sydney—five meetings involved the sectors (accountancy, legal profession, trust and company service providers, precious metals and stones and real estate) proposed to be included in the second tranche of the AML/CTF legislation. The objectives were to learn of cases of crimes of money laundering and terrorism financing being facilitated through the sector, to gain insight into the perceived risk of these crimes being facilitated either wittingly or unwittingly by professionals in the sectors and to learn of sector professionals' attitudes towards the proposed legislation and its impact on their sector. Findings contributed to a risk assessment of the vulnerability of the sectors to being involved in crimes of money laundering and terrorism financing.
24 February 2009Environmental crime—this forum involved a broad group of experts from relevant Australian Government and state/territory government agencies, non-government organisations, academia and independent research institutes to discuss the scale and significance of environmental crimes as they occur in Australia and the efficiency and flexibility of regulatory, law enforcement and criminal justice responses to these crimes. Findings were used to shape a chapter for a report and to identify and recommend areas of research to the AIC Board.
27 February and 29 April 2009Bushfire arson workshops—held to develop and refine practical resources for practitioners to implement community bushfire arson prevention programs locally. The workshops involved reviewing current bushfire arson prevention knowledge, how to use a crime prevention framework when implementing a bushfire arson strategy, and trialling the draft resources. Participants included ACT and NSW fire, police and enforcement agencies. These workshops provided an invaluable opportunity to obtain feedback on the resources and allowed the AIC to make them more relevant and usable to the target audience.
4 March 2009Corrections administrators—held in conjunction with the conference co-hosted with the Victorian Department of Justice, this conference brought together policymakers and practitioners involved with correctional programs and services, as well as researchers, academics and others with an interest in this area. The main aim of the conference was to share current knowledge and directions in correctional programming.
7 April 2009Measuring the harm from serious and organised crimes: some reflections with Michael Levi—Professor Michael Levi, AIC Visiting Research Fellow presented this seminar, which discussed some key aspects of the harm, seriousness and threat debate to government, non-government organisations and stakeholders.
8 May 2009Domestic-related homicide national advisory group—this event was attended by academics, non-government organisations and government representatives to decide how to release the research conducted by members of the group and disseminate related work.
18 May 2009(Non-sex industry) labour trafficking forum—brought together government agencies, non-government organisations and Australian and international academics to discuss the nature of the challenges in, and possible responses to, labour trafficking as it affects Australia. Insights were presented by a range of speakers from the Australian Human Rights Commission, the Salvation Army Safehouse for trafficked women and the Anti-Slavery Project.
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3 November 2017