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Reporter

ISSN: 
0157-7921
Australian Institute of Criminology
Published: 
1/09/1979

This quarterly news magazine of the Australian Institute of Criminology replaced the Institute's Newsletter.

Vol. 1 No. 1 1979 - Vol. 8 No. 4 1987

The following documents are available only in PDF format.

  • Volume 8 Number 4 : December 1987 (pdf <1MB)
    • Preventing property crime
    • More prisons?
    • Tomorrows crime trends
    • Asian and Pacific Correctional Administrators meet
    • New staff members
    • Some questions that need answers
    • Police and problems
    • Minister launches ivory scales
    • Aboriginal prisoners - the picture gets worse
    • Libraries network
    • Road safety study
    • Book review
    • Research award
  • Volume 8 Number 3 : September 1987 (pdf <1MB)
    • Youth and the law project
    • The Justice Portfolio
    • ACT Drug Indicators Project
    • Overseas visit by Deputy Director
    • Psychologists visit Institute
    • Working with the DPP
    • Retailers' seminar
    • Crime by companies
    • Book review
    • Writing on the wall
    • And, in brief
    • Dear (mythical) minister
    • 1988 Seminar Program
    • New publications
    • CRC Research Grants
    • Statistics
  • Volume 8 Number 2 : June 1987 (pdf <1MB)
    • New Institute director
    • Intellectually disabled offenders
    • Crime at school
    • Domestic violence statistics
    • With a little help
    • And in brief
    • Putting the brakes on car theft
    • Sentencing: the public's view
    • Interpretation of crime statistics
    • Video viewers' attitudes
    • Police budgets
    • Missing persons project
    • New publications
    • CRC Research grants
    • Statistics
  • Volume 8 Number 1 : March 1987 (pdf <1MB)
    • Three good years — Professor Richard Harding
    • Correct use of prison census
    • The Thai penal system and drug offenders
    • Book review
    • Capital punishment debate
    • And, in brief
    • Wide ranging research seminar
    • New publications
    • Statistics
  • Volume 7 Numbers 3/4 : September/December 1986 (pdf <1MB)
    • Lionel Keith Murphy
    • Government illegality
    • Criminology Research Grants
    • Alternative dispute resolution
    • Law and mental health congress
    • Drug law enforcement statistics
    • How the public sees crime
    • And, in brief
    • New publications
    • Homicide: the social reality
    • 1987 seminar program
    • Book reviews
    • Statistics
  • Volume 7 Number 2 : June 1986 (pdf <1MB)
    • Commemoration: Bill Clifford
    • Librarians in the criminal justice system
    • Sentencing reform
    • And, in brief
    • Jury seminar
    • Forthcoming conferences
    • Organised crime and drug enforcement
    • Book reviews
    • Seminar on sentencing
    • New publications
    • Statistics
    • Publications
  • Volume 7 Number 1 : March 1986 (pdf 1MB)
    • Child abuse conference
    • New staff
    • Wife battering: denial of a health issue
    • Youth, crime and justice
    • Prisons: a symbolic gesture?
    • Book reviews
    • Media exploitation of women
    • And, in brief
    • Criminology Research Grants
    • Statistics
    • Forthcoming seminars
    • Publications
  • Volume 6 Number 6 : December 1985 (pdf <1MB)
    • Domestic violence conference
    • The United Nations and crime prevention
    • Community-based corrections meeting
    • Institute library
    • And, in brief
    • Sentencing by just deserts
    • National survey on domestic violence
    • Farewell, Col Bevan
    • New publications
    • Seminar program
    • Book reviews
    • Criminology Research Grants
    • Statistics
    • Publications
  • Volume 6 Number 5 : September 1985 (pdf <1MB)
    • Pre-trial diversion conference
    • Criminology Research Grants
    • Burglary seminar
    • Book reviews
    • Criminal justice centres
    • Retailers and crime today
    • And, in brief
    • Justice programs for Aboriginals
    • Statistics
    • Review of Alcoholics and Drug Dependent Persons Act 1968
    • Publications
  • Volume 6 Number 4 : June 1985 (pdf <1MB)
    • Criminology research conference
    • CINCH launch
    • Book reviews
    • Aboriginal workshop
    • New publications
    • And, in brief
    • Crimes by companies
    • Crime and punishment in the colonies
    • United Nations congress
    • New staff
    • Statistics
  • Volume 6 Number 3 : March 1985 (pdf <1MB)
    • Institute insight
    • New minister
    • Criminology research conference
    • Youth crime in Australia
    • CINCH online
    • Costigan: publicity and crime
    • And, in brief
    • Book reviews
    • New publications
    • Statistics
  • Volume 6 Number 2 : December 1984 (pdf <1MB)
    • Domestic violence conference in 1985
    • And, in brief
    • Community policing conference
    • New publications
    • Book reviews
    • Prisoner developmental programs
    • Correctional statistics discussed
    • Institute's new librarian
    • Research grants
    • International criminal statistics
    • Statistics
  • Volume 6 Number 1 : September 1984 (pdf <1MB)
    • Women in the prison system
    • Crime and justice in the A.C.T
    • 54th ANZAAS Congress
    • Retail crime prevention
    • Prostitution: what controls?
    • Indigenous people's research
    • Mass media and youth violence
    • Book reviews
    • Statistics
    • Training Division news
  • Volume 5 Number 4 : June 1984 (pdf <1MB)
    • Cure worse than crime?
    • Institute conference evaluates youth crime
    • A question of values
    • Criminology at ANZAAS
    • Victims of crime
    • Librarians seminar
    • New publications
    • New Institute researcher
    • Book reviews
    • And, in brief
    • New board appointments
    • Statistics
  • Volume 5 Number 3 : March 1984 (pdf <1MB)
    • Criminology and the ANZAAS Congress
    • Aboriginal adolescent offenders
    • Corporate law reform needed
    • Myths of terrorism
    • Executives 'quizzed' on environment crime
    • Community service orders examined
    • International contact valued
    • Letter: Groote Eylandt
    • Reply by David Biles
    • New publications
    • Statistics
    • Book reviews
    • Visiting American researcher
    • And, in brief
  • Volume 5 Number 2 : December 1983 (pdf <1MB)
    • New Institute Director sets research priorities
    • Conference stresses understanding of Aboriginal culture and customs
    • Wee Waa death cell
    • Senior criminologist attends U.N. meeting of experts
    • Criminal code unjust toward Aboriginals
    • Institute trouble shooter
    • Groote Eylandt
    • New criminologist
    • New publications
    • Book reviews
    • Statistics
    • Chinese law delegation
  • Volume 5 Number 1 : September 1983 (pdf <1MB)
    • Darwin prison 'attractive'
    • Drugs and crime link examined
    • Crime Commission debate
    • Streamlined sentencing procedures
    • New publications
    • Book reviews
    • Statistics
  • Volume 4 Number 4 : June 1983 (pdf <1MB)
    • Another kind of crime summit
    • Director's digest
    • New book a valuable analysis
    • Institute researcher returns
    • Counting heads
    • National plan needed to fight arson
    • New publications
    • Circular twaddle?
    • Book reviews
    • Statistics
    • Happenings
  • Volume 4 Number 3 : March 1983 (pdf <1MB)
    • A reforming Attorney-General
    • Director's digest
    • Political terrorism in the 80s
    • Institute seminar reviews research
    • International seminar
    • New publications
    • Book reviews
    • Happenings
    • Statistics
  • Volume 4 Number 2 : December 1982 (pdf not available)
  • Volume 4 Number 1 : September 1982 (pdf <1MB)
    • Policing political violence
    • Director's digest
    • Whose responsibility?
    • Seminar reviews current police research
    • Europe lags in victim compensation
    • New publications
    • Book reviews
    • Statistics
    • Happenings
  • Volume 3 Number 4 : June 1982 (pdf <1MB)
    • New Chairman of Board of Management
    • Director's digest
    • The growth of private security
    • Costs and benefits of prisons
    • Criminal justice system outmoded
    • AIC / State collaboration
    • Methodology of evaluation
    • Japanese business self-regulation
    • Marriage - a safe haven from homicide
    • Mentally ill offenders in custody
    • New publications
    • Book reviews
    • Minorities and crime
    • Statistics
    • Happenings
  • Volume 3 Number 3 : March 1982 (pdf <1MB)
    • How 'getting tough' can mean less punishment
    • Director's digest
    • Psychologists in court and corrections
    • Human rights and social defence
    • Bill provokes divided response
    • New publications
    • Book reviews
    • Statistics
    • Happenings
  • Volume 3 Number 2 : December 1981 (pdf <1MB)
    • Beware - the boardroom criminal
    • Director's digest
    • National victimology symposium
    • Aboriginals - victims of the system?
    • New publications
    • Attorney-General launches new books
    • Conference probes democratic policing
    • Prison does not prevent crime
    • Happenings
    • Book reviews
    • Letter to the editor
    • Statistics
    • U.N. course
  • Volume 3 Number 1 : September 1981 (pdf <1MB)
    • Commonwealth Government supports continuance of the Institute
    • Director's digest
    • Regional correctional conference
    • Fulbright recipient returns
    • Rethink on drink-drivers
    • Better deal for the insane
    • What price - freedom?
    • Deterrence of criminals, civil conflict and gun control
    • New publications
    • Statistics
    • Happenings
    • Book reviews
  • Volume 2 Number 4 : June 1981 (pdf <1MB)
    • Prisoner exchange to be discussed in Bangkok
    • Director's digest
    • The criminology of assassination
    • High car theft rate
    • Link in computer systems
    • Book display
    • It rubs off!
    • Firearms - rights and risks
    • New publications
    • Statistics
    • N.Z. penal review
    • Happenings
    • Book reviews
  • Volume 2 Number 3 : March 1981 (pdf <1MB)
    • Law violation and big business
    • Different cultures, different sentencing
    • New publications
    • Director's digest
    • Happenings
    • Criminologist - a 'woman in question'
    • In the interests of child welfare
    • Probation: a sentence in its own right?
    • Institute's initiative on Aboriginals
    • Mad, bad, or both
    • Caracas and crime
    • Librarians in the criminal justice system
    • Review of criminological research seminar
    • Statistics
    • Book reviews
  • Volume 2 Number 2 : December 1980 (pdf not available)
  • Volume 2 Number 1 : September 1980 (pdf <1MB)
    • New publications
    • Director's digest
    • Police must 'learn to live with media'
    • Guatemala: a criminologist's view
    • Safer to live in Tokyo?
    • Researcher addresses Nader meeting
    • Book explores crime and inequality
    • Statistics
    • Book reviews
  • Volume 1 Number 4 : June 1980 (pdf <1MB)
    • New publications
    • Director's digest
    • Researcher questions alcohol-rape link
    • Reoffending to regain care, workshop told
    • Sinhalese jailor tells of prisoner promotion
    • Prosecutors discuss diversion proposal
    • Seminar part of unique research cycle
    • Crime trends study completed
    • Statistics
    • Book reviews
  • Volume 1 Number 3 : March 1980 (pdf <1MB)
    • New publications
    • Director's digest
    • Study finds rise in imprisonment rate
    • Children's rights and justice for juveniles
    • Quamby: the reality of the law
    • Prison officers' course
    • Violence by and against children
    • Hong Kong corrections meeting a 'first'
    • More police training needed in 'domestics'
    • Statistics
    • Book reviews
  • Volume 1 Number 2 : December 1979 (pdf <1MB)
    • New publications
    • Director's digest
    • Unemployed: an 'underclass'
    • Community policing is 'best' defence
    • 'Children of parents in conflict'
    • Crime in a new community
    • Scottish prison experiment 'successful'
    • Size of the crime problem
    • Sentencing reforms proposed
    • Media and fear of crime
    • Book reviews
    • Statistics
  • Volume 1 Number 1 : September 1979 (pdf <1MB)
    • New publications
    • Director's digest
    • Parole on trial at seminar
    • 'Double standards' in crime law
    • Institute Chairman retires
    • New Chairman appointed
    • Centralised prison proposed
    • Call for State crime committees
    • Call for crime factor in planning
    • Survey is information 'gold mine'
    • Australian criminologist's overseas post
    • Statistics
    • Book reviews

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1979. Reporter. Archive serials. Canberra: Australian Institute of Criminology. https://aic.gov.au/publications/archiveserials/reporter