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Australian Community Based Corrections

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0818-6618

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Australian Community Based Corrections 1989

This is the report of the third National Census of Community Based Corrections in Australia.
The census was conducted on 30 June 1989 in all states and territories. The census covered all adult persons serving non-custodial court orders on the census date, including post-prison orders such as parole and early release schemes, as well as orders not involving terms of imprisonment, such as probation, fine option and community service orders. The explanatory notes provide a full description of the coverage of the census. The data collection form (see Appendix 1) is the same as that used in the 1985 and 1987 censuses.

ISBN 0 642 14776 0
Francois Debaecker and Joyleen Chapman

Australian Community Based Corrections 1987

This is the report of the second National Census of Community Based Corrections in Australia.
The census was conducted on 30 June 1987 in all states and territories. The census covered all adult persons serving non-custodial court orders on the census date, including post-prison orders such as parole and early release schemes, as well as orders not involving terms of imprisonment, such as probation, fine option and community service orders. The explanatory notes provide a full description of the coverage of the census.

ISBN 0 642 14776 0
Francois Debaecker and Joyleen Chapman

Australian Community Based Corrections 1985-86

Results of the First National Census of Community—Based Corrections
This is the report of the first ever National Census of Community Based Corrections in Australia. The Census was conducted on 30 June 1985 in all states and territories, except in Victoria, where 30 September 1985 was preferred because of difficulties in computerising the client records system, and Tasmania, where 30 June 1986 was selected for similar reasons. The Census covered all adult persons serving noncustodial court orders on the census date, including post-prison orders such as parole and early-release schemes, as well as orders not involving terms of imprisonment, such as probation and community service orders. A full definition of the coverage of the Census is given in the Explanatory Notes.

John Walker and David Biles

Cite article

Debaecker F, Chapman J, Walker J & Biles D. 1986. Australian Community Based Corrections. Archive. Canberra: Australian Institute of Criminology. https://aic.gov.au/publications/archive/acbc