Current Issues in Criminal Justice
Current Issues in Criminal Justice is produced by the Institute of Criminology Press and is the major Australian journal on criminal justice. Contributors include academics, researchers and professionals, who provide expert analysis of the many aspects of criminal justice. The Journal covers national and international issues, and has subscribers from many different countries and disciplines.
The Journal features 'Contemporary Comments' which are at the cutting edge of the crime and justice debate, as well as reviews of recently released books.
Current Issues in Criminal Justice: Volume 25 Number 2, November 2013
- Ian Warren, Randy Lippert, Kevin Walby and Darren Palmer, When the Profile Becomes the Population: Examining Privacy Governance and Road Traffic Surveillance in Canada and Australia
- Sanja Milivojevic and Sharon Pickering, Trafficking in People, 20 Years On: Sex, Migration and Crime in the Global Anti-Trafficking Discourse and the Rise of the ‘Global Trafficking Complex’
- David Brown, Criminalisation and Normative Theory
- Samantha Jeffries, Christine E W Bond and Rachael Field, Australian Domestic Violence Protection Order Legislation: A Comparative Quantitative Content Analysis of Victim Safety Provisions
- Fairleigh Gilmour, The Girl in the Cellar: Media Representations of Natascha Kampusch
- Elizabeth Grant and Yvonne Jewkes, More Important than Guns or Grog: The Role of Television for the Health and Wellbeing of Australian Aboriginal Prisoners
- Toby Miles-Johnson, Confidence and Trust in Police: How Sexual Identity Difference Shapes Perceptions of Police
- Arlie Loughnan, Reforming the Criminal Law on Mental Incapacity
- Martine B Powell, An Overview of Current Initiatives to Improve Child Witness Interviews about Sexual Abuse
- David Rolph, Juries in the 21st Century by Jacqueline Horan
- Tanya Mitchell, Indigenous Crime and Settler Law: White Sovereignty after Empire by Heather Douglas and Mark Finnane