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From:Trends & Issues in Crime and Criminal Justice (Issue 567) Peer-ReviewedThis study analyses the criminal histories of Australian organised crime offenders. Most offenders associated with organised crime groups did not commit their first offence until adulthood; nearly one-third were aged...
From:Trends & Issues in Crime and Criminal Justice (Issue 479) Peer-ReviewedForeword | Armed robbery is a diverse, heterogeneous crime shaped by the presence or absence of a wide array of characteristics. Therefore, effectively preventing armed robbery requires a good understanding of the...
From:Trends & Issues in Crime and Criminal Justice (Issue 505) Peer-ReviewedForeword | In Australia, crime prevention is primarily the responsibility of state and territory governments. What is less well understood is the significant role of local government in developing and delivering crime...
From:Trends & Issues in Crime and Criminal Justice (Issue 510) Peer-ReviewedOver the last 10 years the frequency of airline travel in Australia has increased. In 2014, 33.1 million Australian passengers travelled internationally and almost double that amount--60.13 million passengers--travelled...
From:Trends & Issues in Crime and Criminal Justice (Issue 529) Peer-ReviewedAbstract Armed robbery exposes workers to serious harm in an environment where day-to-day safety is not normally a concern, and can have a wide range of negative consequences for employees. Victims may find it...
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