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Publications series

  • 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 dete

  • 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  • AIC reports or collaborations that are not peer reviewed but are substantive pieces of research.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.