Crime Prevention

R. Sarre University of South Australia Corresponding author: rick.sarre@unisa.edu.au In 2015 in a Sydney, New South Wales court, an offender turned violent, knocking out a prosecutor and having to be restrained by seven police officers. It took five minutes for...
  • September 29, 2016
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R. Sarre University of South Australia Corresponding author: rick.sarre@unisa.edu.au In 2015 in a Sydney, New South Wales court, an offender turned violent, knocking out a prosecutor and having to be restrained by seven police officers. It took five minutes for...
  • September 29, 2016
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T. Prenzler University Of The Sunshine Coast This paper reports on a literature review of published reports of domestic violence prevention programs involving security applications. The study was unable to identify studies with full experimental designs showing clear evidence of...
  • August 19, 2016
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L. Morella School of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences, Federation University, Victoria, lindamorella@students.federation.edu.au Regarded as one of the most heinous crimes, paternal filicide are difficult to comprehend. Highly publicised cases such as the death of the Faquason children and Luke Batty...
  • August 19, 2016
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L. Eriksson*1, M. Dawson2, P. Mazerolle3, S. McPhedran4, R. Wortley5, H. Johnson6 1 Griffith Criminology Institute / School of Criminology and Criminal Justice, Griffith University 2 Centre for the Study of Social and Legal Responses to Violence / Department of...
  • August 19, 2016
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Dr Joe Clare Murdoch University, School of Law, j.clare@murdoch.edu.au The expectation that problems cluster in a non-random way and the potential to design and implement targeted problem-prevention strategies provide a suitable platform for evaluating ‘ghost-writing’ (or ‘contract cheating’). Ghost-writing, which is...
  • August 19, 2016
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Toan Quang Le  Ph.D. Student – School of Global, Urban and Social Studies, RMIT University, Australia, Quangtoan.Le@rmit.edu.au; Lequangtoant32@gmail.com. Youth offending is criminal and other illegal behaviour engaged in by minors who are younger than the statutory age of majority. In recent years, youth...
  • August 19, 2016
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H.C.O. Chan Assistant Professor of Criminology, Department of Applied Social Sciences, City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, S.A.R., oliverchan.ss@cityu.edu.hk Using a sample of 892 secondary schools students from 12 schools, this study aims to explore the gender differences in the...
  • August 19, 2016
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K. McDonald Kate McDonald, Senior Investigation Officer, NSW Ombudsman, kmcdonald@ombo.nsw.gov.au On 9 April 2012, a new consorting law commenced in New South Wales. The NSW Parliament required the NSW Ombudsman to prepare a report on its operation over three years for...
  • August 19, 2016
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K. McDonald Kate McDonald, Senior Investigation Officer, NSW Ombudsman, kmcdonald@ombo.nsw.gov.au On 9 April 2012, a new consorting law commenced in New South Wales. The NSW Parliament required the NSW Ombudsman to prepare a report on its operation over three years for...
  • August 19, 2016
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