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NSW Custody Statistics: Quarterly update March 2013 - Bureau of Crime Stats & Research : Lawlink NSW


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ICC What is the international criminal court's legacy?

ICC What is the international criminal court's legacy? | Criminal Law Australia | Scoop.it

Alison Cole: The question must not be avoided.


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Louise Woods's curator insight, July 25, 2013 7:22 AM

Article raises some good points about the effectiveness of the ICC. 

gina lockton's curator insight, July 28, 2013 11:14 PM

A good read on 'effectiveness' in relation to the ICC

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HSC Crime and Sentencing In NSW. Periodic detention replaced by ICOs BOSCAR report finds


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Murderer on parole was trying to kill again during bus stop attack, court documents show

Murderer on parole was trying to kill again during bus stop attack, court documents show | Criminal Law Australia | Scoop.it
A murderer on parole was trying to kill again when he allegedly stabbed a woman and tried to rape her at a Sydney bus stop, court documents reveal.

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Justice for whom?

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A series of high-profile violent cases has shaken confidence in the legal system, write Nick Ralston, Harriet Alexander and Lisa Davies.

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Louise Woods's curator insight, June 24, 2013 7:41 PM

This is an interesting article on aspects of the criminal justice system and the question of justice for the accused, the victim (or victim's family)and the community- using some current high profile cases in the news. Relates to the theme of 'balancing the rights of victims, offenders and society'.

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New cameras already helping to fight crime - situational crime prevention

New cameras already helping to fight crime - situational crime prevention | Criminal Law Australia | Scoop.it
New cameras already helping to fight crime...

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Louise Woods's curator insight, August 6, 2013 11:09 PM

CCTV cameras are an example of a situational crime prevention strategy.

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HSC Crime and Juvenile Jusitce. Future directions for juvenile justice in NSW

Dr Don Weatherburn and Jenny Bargen talk about recent research and future directions for juvenile justice in NSW. Audio file and powerpoint slides from the p...

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HSC Crime BAIL Laws NSW to back turnaround on bail conditions

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NSW to back turnaround on bail conditions...


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Drug crime budgets leave spending on harm reduction way behind

Drug crime budgets leave spending on harm reduction way behind | Criminal Law Australia | Scoop.it
Australia is spending more than a billion dollars each year fighting the ''war on drugs'' but has slashed funding for harm reduction, a landmark analysis has found.

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U.S. Assists International Criminal Court, but Still Has No Intention of Joining It

U.S. Assists International Criminal Court, but Still Has No Intention of Joining It | Criminal Law Australia | Scoop.it
On Wednesday, Washington is expected to give a boost to the court when the State Department offers a reward for information on fugitives in atrocity cases and issues a list of names that will include the court’s most-wanted.

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