Concerned about the likely impacts of heavy cannabis use in rural and remote communities and recognising the need to equip police with advice on ways to work more effectively with […]

The responsibility for policing domestic crime is traditionally the domain of State and Territory police services. The role of the Australian Crime Commission (ACC) is to provide intelligence and investigative […]

A key recommendation of the 1991 report of the Royal Commission into Aboriginal Deaths in Custody was the employment of more Indigenous police officers, especially women, in part as a […]

While police cautioning and police referred conferencing are widely used throughout Australia, there has been little research on their impact on Indigenous young people. Limited evidence suggests that Indigenous young […]

The Intergovernmental Committee on Drugs commissioned the Australian Institute of Criminology to review policing and non-policing data on the involvement of alcohol in crime and to identify options available for […]


The Victorian Government Aboriginal Affairs Report is a chance to consider how we have tracked against out commitment to improving outcomes for Aboriginal Victorias as measured against the Victorian Aboriginal […]

Imprisonment rates in WA are above the national average, have increased by 14% between 2015 and 2016, and Indigenous women are the fastest growing group within the remand system. Imprisonment […]

Authors: Storry, Kirsten

This article discusses how Anti-corruption theory can be applied to over and under policing to help us diagnose the problem and work towards a treatment program, but it will not […]

This report looks at the complete youth justice supervision history of 24,102 young people in Australia, who experienced supervision, both in the community and in detention, between 1 July 2000 […]