Current Issues in Criminal Justice - Volume 17 No. 2


  • Juliette Langdon and Paul Wilson, When justice fails: A follow-up examination of serious criminal cases since 1985
  • Lynne Weathered, Pardon Me: Current Avenues for the Correction of
    Wrongful Conviction in Australia
  • Tamara Walsh, Won’t Pay or Can’t Pay? Exploring the Use of Fines as a Sentencing Alternative for Public Nuisance Type Offences in Queensland
  • Lyn Hinds, Three strikes and you’re out in the west: A study of
    newspaper coverage of crime control in Western Australia
  • Samantha Jeffries, How Justice 'Gets Done': Politics, Managerialism,
    Consumerism, and Therapeutic Jurisprudence
  • Abigail Kohn, Police Beliefs and Attitudes about Gun Control

Contemporary Comment

  • Mike Grewcock, Slipping through the net? Some thoughts on the Cornelia Rau and Vivian Alvarez Inquiry
  • Mark Findlay, Globalisation and Urban Crime: Mean streets or lost suburbs?
  • Rick Sarre, Police and the Public: Some observations on policing and Indigenous Australians


  • Phil Scraton, Bin Laden in the Suburbs: Criminalising the Arab Other,
    Scott Poynting, Greg Noble, Paul Tabar and Jock Collins
  • Jude McCulloch, Criminal Justice and Political Cultures: National and
    International Dimensions of Crime Control, Tim Newburn and Richard Sparks (eds)
  • Bron McKillop, With Malice Aforethought: A Study of the Crime & Punishment for Homicide, Louis Blom-Cooper and Terence Morris
  • Rick Sarre, Batons and Blockades: Policing industrial disputes in
    Australasia, David Baker