The annual report of the Australian Institute of Criminology (AIC) is produced to meet parliamentary reporting requirements and to provide information to stakeholders and the community about the AIC’s work.
This page includes reports of commissioned research by the AIC, externally published books, and other AIC reports and publications that are not part of a series.
Some of the publication have been scanned from hardcopies, are only available as PDF files.
Fact sheets on a broad range of topics relating to bushfire arson
Topical data from recent research by the Australian Institute of Criminology and other relevant research organisations
A series of designed to help communities develop crime prevention projects in their local area
Innovations in crime prevention
As part of the Australian Government's commitment to implementing the recommendations of the Royal Commission into Aboriginal Deaths in Custody; the Australian Institute of Criminology monitors and reports upon trends in Australian deaths in prison, police custody and juvenile detention.
Since its commencement in 1992, the Institute's National deaths in custody program has produced and disseminated regular reports on the numbers of deaths in custody, and the patterns and trends observed with these deaths in custody.
Annual compilation of Australian crime statistics
Introduction to a wide range of key issues in the fight against high tech crime
Australian Studies in Law, Crime and Justice is a series of monographs, published by the Institute between 1989 and 1995.
This series includes annual reports from AIC monitoring programs that capture data across Australia for a range of crime and justice issues.
This series of four papers was produced by the National Committee on Violence between 1989 and 1991.
This series contains edited papers resulting from conferences held by the Australian Institute of Criminology.
Fact sheets, tip sheets and case studies from evidence-based research for practitioners working in the criminal justice field.
In-depth research reports
- Research Reports are reports up to 30,000 words in length that explore a particular topic in detail. All publications in the Research Reports series are subject to peer review.
- Statistical Bulletins are short reports that present statistical information crime and justice in a concise way.
AIC reports or collaborations that are not peer reviewed but are substantive pieces of research.
- Statistical Report series includes biennial reports on our monitoring programs that capture data on a range of Australian crime and justice issues. They may also include other one-off reports.
Concise papers that are designed to inform policymakers, researchers and the wider community on current research
This series of technical report contain statistical and methodolgocial material produced as part of the AIC research process
Key insights, issues and developments in the area of transnational crime.
Violence prevention today is a series of two reports published by the Institute in 1992 and 1993.
This series of nine papers were produced by the National Committee on Violence during 1989.