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Crime & justice research 2019 / edited by Michael Phelan.

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Canadian Policing Research Catalogue






Includes bibliographical references.


1 online resource (x, 222 pages)


Edited by Michael Phelan, APM, Director, Australian Institute of Criminology.
This special report has 6 parts. Each part includes 3 publications written by various authors.


Six priorities were established for the Australian Institute of Criminology's research in 2018. These priorities cover a range of contemporary crime and justice concerns, including family and domestic violence, child exploitation material, Indigenous over-representation in the criminal justice system, youth crime, serious and organised crime, and illicit drugs. This book is structured broadly around these six themes, and each paper provides an insight into the AIC's work on that topic.

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Part A.: Family and domestic violence. -- 1. Who reports domestic violence to police? A review of the evidence. -- 2. Targeting repeat domestic violence: assessing short-term risk of reoffending. -- 3. Is methamphetamine use associated with domestic violence? -- Part B.: Child exploitation. -- 1. Understanding and preventing the onset of child sexual abuse in adolescence and adulthood. -- 2. Exploring the implications of child sex dolls. -- 3. Benevolent harm: orphanages


Special reports series (Australian Institute of Criminology).

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